My attorney says they can take care of my arraignment without me going but my bondsman said I had to go to all court dates. Who should I trust?

When a bondsman helps post your bond they give you conditions to abide by as terms of posting the bond for you.  One of those conditions of bond for the court and the bondsman is that you appear at all court dates. However, some counties allow an attorney to handle your arraignment for you if you have already hired an attorney.  This saves you from going to court.  Your attorney will know if the county where you are charged will waive your appearance at arraignment.