I received a return call from an attorney with Griffith & Associates from EllisCountyCriminalDefense.com who was able to answer my questions. I would like to share what I learned and save some other victim the days of agony and phone calls all over the state by sharing what I learned.
NOTE: This information is based on research I have done and IS NOT all from that attorney. You must contact the very best criminal attorney you can find to have any chance of not having your legal nightmares get even worse.
When the Judge said he would PR the warrants, the person involved is on bond (whether you have to pay anything or not). That DOES stop the existing warrants involved (although another could pop up at any time). You will probably have about 30 days where at least those warrants won't get you arrested to do whatever you decide to do.
The arresting county sends paperwork to the counties that put out the warrants. They will file it - often very quickly. That paperwork will eventually (in 30-120 days) put your case on the docket (whatever that is) which means you must show up in court. If you're lucky maybe you'll get notified, but you may not. The arresting county said you must call the other counties every week and ask if you're on that week's docket (but if they don't give you the right answer and you don't show you another warrant will be issued for your arrest).
Hiring the best attorney in the county can help you resolve the issues if you're wealthy, BUT the bad news is they can NOT appear in your place. You must appear at least once and risk being jailed even if you can afford the $5000 retainer and whatever the resulting additional charges would be.
Once you get the existing warrants taken care of and the cases resolved you can spend even more money and possibly have your record expunged. Unfortunately, your photo, name and location are already plastered all over the Internet so your reputation is ruined.
Once something goes online it can never be completely removed. There are archives of most sites. Be wary of companies that charge you to get your mugshots removed. I personally know of someone how keeps paying and as soon as one is removed another site puts it up and they have to pay again. I have not found any evidence that anyone has successfully removed at least all live photos, but that doesn't mean no one has.
If you are the totally innocent victim of identity theft and the amounts aren't too high, the warrants are misdemeanors. HOPEFULLY (at this time) they will appear in the TCIS system (available to all Texas based law enforcement), but they (at this time) will PROBABLY not appear in the Federal / National NCIS where any law enforcement in any state can find them. Again unfortunately, if you got fingerprinted you are probably entered into NCIS. The photo they took can also be used to identify you should you walk by any camera capable of facial recognition anywhere in the world. (Wear really big sunglasses.)
That you are innocent of any wrongdoing is of no concern to the legal system. You have now been arrested. For the rest of your life you must answer yes on any legal forms (applying for a job, or an occupational license, or to rent property, and probably to buy property) UNLESS you pay to have your record expunged. Then you MAY be able to legally answer no - but if they see your photo online you are not going to get the job/rental/property.
If you do not wish to risk being arrested by appearing in court, attorneys can not help you. You may be able to avoid arrest for misdemeanor identity theft / forged checks perpetrated against you by going to another state. Your best chance would be to live somewhere very remote doing whatever you can to keep a roof over your head and eat.
Do NOT have anything in your own name including utilities, bank accounts, credit cards. Do NOT have a vehicle in your own name.
Do NOT try to renew your driver's license as you can be arrested on the spot for any warrants. (Although misdemeanors are not typically uploaded to the NCIS database, SOME may be - and that could change.)
If you are ever asked for ID you may have major problems. You could try your birth certificate. (If you're female and haven't used your maiden name in decades maybe they won't connect that to the name you used to have a driver's license in.)
Remember always that you are a fugitive from justice. Do all you can to avoid being asked your name or for ID. You must be willing to forgo all the things many think are essential from medical care to banking to travel.
Any time you leave the remote property you find to live on you put your freedom in danger. There are cameras all over now and some have facial recognition. You can be stopped, asked for ID and searched for walking, or simply standing on your own property. Avoid all contact with law enforcement of all kinds and ideally with anyone else.
When you relocate DO NOT carry a cell phone, GPS, or use a computer that has a video camera on it. Get rid of them before you move. Never use a loyalty card or debit card. Learn to do informal barter for everything you need. Never contact anyone who knows you and especially do not contact any family or friends connected to you in your phone records or on social media.
If you want to buy anything, get an LLC in New Mexico where only the trustee's identity is required. If you want to protect any income from the LLC, use two - one for your income and one for holding property and spending money. Do not do anything to connect the two. For details on how to do all that, find J.J. Luna's books at Amazon.com.
Best to all the innocent victims of the system that makes us all guilty with no way to prove our innocence. If you hire the best attorneys to go to court to try to clear your name, I pray that you stay free. May God Bless.