Clearing an arrest warrant for a misdemeanor offense can usually be done without the defendant having to appear personally in court, with very few exceptions. Defendants who live in anther state are often surprised to find that we often clear misdemeanor warrants the same day we are retained. On the other hand, clearing a felony warrant almost always requires that the defendant personally appear in court. In San Diego county, each court branch has distinct rules and procedures for clearing a warrant, and felony warrants are treated differently from court to court. Read more at this link: Arrest warrants bench warrants.
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