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Superior Court of California - County of San Diego: Criminal: Warrants

Warrants

A warrant may be issued if you fail to:

  • Appear at a court hearing
  • Comply with a court order such as failure to complete:
    • Treatment programs
    • Volunteer work
    • Custody
    • Community service

Failure to comply with court orders may result in:

  • Mandatory court appearance
  • Additional charges being filed by the Prosecutor
  • A hold being placed on driver's licenses with the D.M.V.
  • Arrest
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