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I am sorry for your situation. Unfortunately, an injured party in a matter can indeed request a criminal
action if the situation that arises from the civil matter may also fall under a criminal charge as well.
Just because the Plaintiff talked to the clerk of court where the warrant was issued does not necessarily itself negate the legality of the warrant. If you wish to attack the legality of the warrant, your attorney can attempt to quash it based on technicality.
However, the best thing to do at the moment is
to retain an attorney if you have a warrant out against you and then upon putting down a bond with a bail bond
agency, let your attorney represent your matter in the Court.
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