BLMLcR 3.3 QUASHING WARRANTS The defendant or defendant's attorney may schedule a hearing to quash a warrant, after first non-appearance, either in person or by telephone, but the warrant will not be stayed or quashed, and the defendant will still be subject to arrest on the warrant until the defendant has appeared in open court and the Judge has quashed the warrant. A hearing to consider the request to quash a warrant will be scheduled as soon as possible and not later than the second regularly scheduled criminal court day following the request. No warrant will be quashed until the defendant has paid a fee of $100.00 to the clerk. [Adopted October 7, 1998; renumbered effective September 1, 2008]
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