Q: If a bench warrant has been issued for Failure to Appear on a felony , can that warrant be lifted somehow?
A: I the bench warrant has a bond amount, you can get with your bondsman and go to the Court Clerk and post the bond at anytime. Usually, Failure to Appears end up with a no bond or triple the bond, so in those cases you need to get with your attorney as quickly as possible and see if they can get you in front of the judge with your bondsman to reinforce the bond if the warrant has already gone red.
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