SCMLR 3.2 PROCEDURE TO QUASH WARRANT The Court may quash the warrant under the following circumstances: (A) The defendant may personally appear at the clerk's office and pay the amount of the warrant fee in cash. The defendant shall then personally sign a promise to appear at a hearing set for the next judicial day with a criminal case docket. The Court will determine the appropriate conditions for the defendant's continued release at that hearing. (B) If the Court has ordered a second or subsequent warrant in a particular case, the defendant may appear at the clerk's office and sign a Request for Motion Hearing to Quash Active Warrant. The defendant will sign a promise to appear at a hearing set for the next judicial day with a criminal case docket. However, 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. (Effective: September 1, 2011)
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