Burdon and Merlitti | Adam Van Ho
You should consult with an attorney to get the warrant cleared up as soon as possible. If the warrant is not cleared up, you risk getting picked up on the warrant and staying incarcerated until the case is finalized. By having an attorney help you clear up the warrant, you might be able to get a reasonable bail/bond until your case is finalized. By getting the warrant cleared up, you will also be able to make a stronger case to the judge to grant you probation and minimize your license suspension than if you have to be picked-up on your warrant by law enforcement.
Answer Applies to: Ohio