Crippen & Cline, LC | Stephen Howard
The process is different depending on which court issued the warrant. You may be able to appear in court on a "walk-in" calendar and request that the warrant be recalled and have a formal court hearing set. But there is no guarantee the judge will recall the warrant without taking you into custody. Some courts will allow you to sign a promise to appear. But that can depend sometimes on why the warrant was issued. It can also depend on what kind of charge you are facing. A lot of local attorneys offer free initial consultations. You would probably be better off talking directly to an attorney about the best way to handle your situation.
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