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Yes. What happens after charges have been filed and accepted by the District Attorney's office is that an arrest warrant will be issued against the individual. With enough heads up, the individual can turn himself in to avoid an arrest, with a bail agency already standing by to post bail. After this, bail is posted, and a hearing is set. One gets 3-4 general hearings for negotiation, until either trial
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