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Question: I was on diversion, and finished the program but never paid the money, and basically jumped diversion what would be the best way to begin dealing with my warrant?

Answer: Most courts allow for a walk in appearance. Go to the court where your case is located and request from the clerk that your file be pulled so that you may see a judge. You will need to explain to the judge why you did not pay the fees and request you be given an opportunity to pay the fee and still take advantage of the diversion program. It would be best if you have the money you owe with you to pay the fees then and inform the judge that you can pay at that time.

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