If I got a DUI and then moved to another state, can I handle the case from here without having to go back to court?

Question Details: I got a DUI nearly 4 years ago. I never made it passed the pre-trial stage. I became homeless and have sense moved to Iowa where I now have a full-time job, a fiancee and children. I still have an active warrant for my arrest but I want to know if I can legally handle this case with the help of an attorney without having to go back or turn myself in. Could I could transfer it to here somehow? If I turn myself in I would likely lose my job and wouldn't be able to provide for my family.

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