How to get a felony warrant squashed in Dallas county
This is really hard to do, especially in Dallas County-- mainly because of logistics. In Dallas, the judges have minimal control over their dockets. The dockets are frequently run by the prosecutors who have set days and show up here and there. Court cooridinators will refuse to put a case on the jury docket until a prosecutor bothers to show up and say they are ready for trial. With that being said.... If you can have someone get a copy of the arrest warrant and affidavit, and the basis for the warrant is invalid in form or substance, then you may be able to file a writ to quash the warrant. Your big issue, however, is going to be getting a setting before the warrant is served on you. If you have a reason to believe the warrant is invalid, hire a criminal defense attorney that routinely practices in Dallas County to file the appropriate motions. If you know you committed the offense, then work on reaching out to a good bondsman to walk you through the system so that you spend as little time as possible in the county jai.