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Unfortunately, there is only one way to get rid of a warrant and that is for the wanted person to turn himself in on it. If this is a police warrant, as opposed to a warrant issued by a judge for a defendant's failure to appear on his court date, it's safest for him to seek out a local criminal lawyer and have that lawyer work out the terms of a voluntary surrender with the police.
In that way, he will enter the system at a time most convenient for him rather than be picked up by the police at home or work. He can also get an idea in advance of what bail is going to be so that he can arrange for his soonest possible release.
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Sometimes the best we can do is to confirm what you already know. Warrants have only one solution. You can turn yourself in or you can risk getting caught.
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