If you have a warrant in Flagler County you have options. Some common reasons that Flagler County warrant is issued include; failure to appear warrant, violation of probation warrant, arrest warrant and warrants for failure to pay a fine or court cost. Once you find out you have a Flagler County warrant the most important thing to find out is if you have a bond. If you have a bond the warrant can be cleared up a couple ways. A Flagler County warrant attorney can file a motion to recall or set aside the warrant or capias with your judge or by stipulation with the State Attorney’s office, set up a turn in date by filing a motion to surrender, if the bond is too high an attorney can file a motion for a bond reduction hearing and if you do not have a bond Flagler County warrant lawyer Kevin J. Pitts can file a motion to set a reasonable bond. If you have a no bond warrant you should contact warrant attorney Kevin J. Pitts as soon as possible. Once a warrant is issued the government will start using the information they have on you to bring you into custody. Having an attorney that understands how to clear up a warrant in Flagler County can reduce your time in jail by getting the process started before you go into custody. It is not uncommon for an inmate without an attorney to be in custody for weeks before their first court date. Another option to resolve a warrant when you have a monetary bond is to do what is called a walk through. A bondsman can get the warrant of your back but this does not resolve the entire case. Hiring a Flagler County attorney after a walk through helps ensure that you will not get another warrant on your case. Flagler County warrant attorney Kevin J. Pitts can make arrangements to clear up your warrant and minimize the inconvenience and cost for you. Call warrant attorney Kevin J. Pitts to discuss your options in dealing with your Flagler County warrant at 386-451-5112.