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If your son ducked his jury obligations, Texas is going to want to bring him in and to impose the appropriate penalties for him.
If he ignored court summonses telling him to report for jury duty, this would be a violation of Section 62.0141 of the Texas Government Code. It is Failure to Answer a Jury Summons. It has a civil penalty only and can get him a fine of anywhere between $100 and $1,000. But along with that, the court can also charge him with criminal contempt, a misdemeanor, which would have a maximum possible sentence of 180 days in jail.
The only way to remove this warrant would be for him to report to court. If he does so as soon as possible with a reasonable excuse for his failure to report for jury duty, it's possible the judge could simply fine him and set a new date for him to begin jury service. But as indicated, the court can also choose to impose jail on him. For that reason, it would be best if he has a lawyer with him when he returns to court to vacate the warrant.