If the warrant has a bond amount the best thing to do is get your bond set up then turn yourself in. This will take a lot of stress off of your family and friends and you won’t have to worry every day wondering if that will be the day they catch you.
Find a bonds company and tell them the situation. They’re used to people doing this. They’ll get your bond ready to go so as soon as you’re booked the bond can be posted. This is best for everyone. The jail wants you out as quickly as possible and you want to be out as quickly as possible. Even though the bond is ready it cannot be posted until you are actually booked so you will spend a few hours there.
If you do not have a bond on your warrant you will have a harder time. You probably want to contact an attorney. It is possible for a judge to reinstate a bond but that is up to him and will usually take an attorney working with the judge to get that to happen. Once a bond is set then you would do the same as above, either using the attorney to cover the bond or a bonds company.
To turn yourself in just go to the Front Desk and tell one of the officers that you have a warrant and want to turn yourself in. Don’t worry, no one is going to jump over the counter to tackle you. Make sure you let them know that you have already dealt with a bonds company and that your bond is ready to be posted.