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Yes, once you are released, the court will been notified that the warrant was served and that you were in custody and posted bail. A court date will then be set, for which you need to appear. Notice will be sent in the mail, to the address which they have for you from your arrest and when you posted the bail to be released. You will then be arraigned on the charges and the process will start.
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