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You will be taken into custody for processing and to have the warrant served. Then you will be brought before the Court to address the outstanding matter, or you may post bail on the case and you will be given a court date.
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You may appear on any Wednesday morning, at 8:30 am at the Franklin County District Court window to quash an outstanding warrant. You will be required to produce a photo I.D.
Your case will then be brought before the Judge. This is a one-time option per case.
You may post the bail on your case with either cash or a bail bond. Please call the Franklin County District Court office at 509-545-3593 and inquire as to how much the bail is on your case, and then post the appropriate amount. A court date will be set after the bail is posted.