Supposing that charges in Georgia are pressed against a person who does no longer reside within the borders of the state, can these charges be handled outside Georgia?

A person facing charges in Georgia must appear in front of a judge in Georgia. His/her legal affairs cannot be handled by a remote control. In addition, if a person was arrested, his/her release was conditioned by appearance in court in person and not by a representative of any kind. Failing to appear in court may result in an arrest warrant that is valid anywhere in the United States.