Sometimes courts will allow you to quash a warrant by appearing at the clerk's office. WARNING-DO NOT TRY THIS ON YOUR OWN UNTIL YOUR ATTORNEY HAS CONFIRMED FOR YOU WITH THE COURT THIS IS POSSIBLE.
Other times, your attorney can appear with you on the court's warrant calendar to ask the judge to quash the warrant.
Or you can go to a bail bondsman who will typically ask you to pay 10-20%
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