Q: I found out I have a warrant but it does not state what the warrant is for, what do I do?
A: Call a lawyer or a bail bondsman. The bondsman’s business is to help people post bail to get out of jail. You want to make sure what the bail is before you turn yourself in. It will be more difficult to make financial arrangements from jail. If bail is too high, you need to be talking with a lawyer about options. Covid-19 is seriously impacting how quickly people can get into court. If you do nothing, you could get picked up at any random time.
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