Warrant Defense Attorneys
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If you are the target of a warrant, you could be arrested at any moment. Every time you go to work, leave your home or get behind the wheel of a care, you run the risk that you could be jailed before your friends, family and co-workers. If you are the target of a warrant, you need a warrant defense attorney who will protect your rights.
Our warrant defense attorneys are led by a former prosecutor who handled the prosecution of thousands of warrants. Having a warrant means you will have to deal with the criminal justice system and it is important to have an attorney on your side who knows the ins and outs of warrant prosecution. Our office can provide you with step by step legal advice to ensure that an active warrant does not mean the end of your freedom or the violation of your Constitutional rights.
What is a bench warrant?
It is understandable that people may have to miss court. Some people forget that they have a court date and others just don’t understand what it means when a police officer tells them they must appear in court or pay a fine by a certain date. While these are valid excuses and may be considered by a judge it will not stop a judge from issuing a bench warrant if you fail to appear. Once a bench warrant is issued, or if you realize you missed your court date, you should contact a warrant defense lawyer immediately.
What is a search warrant?
What is an arrest warrant?
Arrest warrants can be requested by the District Attorney if the DA knows they are going to file a criminal complaint against you. Police can request an arrest warrant if they can convince a judge that you have committed a crime.
If you find out you have a warrant, you should immediately talk to a warrant defense attorney to determine your next steps. If you are arrested on an arrest warrant it is critical that you inform the police that you are invoking your Fifth Amendment right to remain silent, and not say another word about your case.