Now that the warrant was served on you, the clerk of the court in the county in Colorado in which the prosecution is being commenced should be setting a court date for the case.
At the same time, the prosecuting attorney in that county will be responsible for obtaining the governor's warrant. Meaning, if your attorney contacts the office of the prosecutor, they should be able to provide the progress on obtaining the governor's warrant.
If the attorney contacts the prosecutors office, they can also check on forgoing the governor's warrant and simply having you appear in court. As I suggested above, the clerk should be establishing a court date. Instead of proceeding on the governor's warrant, you, or your attorney, could simply appear in court in Colorado and proceed with the prosecution.
Please let me know if anything requires clarification.
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