Helping You To Stay Out of Jail With An Outstanding Warrant

If you have an outstanding warrant, it may seem easier to avoid it and simply go on with your life. Still, whatever you do and whatever you go, the warrant will never disappear, regardless of how much time has passed. Eventually, you will be arrested. If you hire our firm, we may be able to recall the warrant without you ever having to appear in court. The firm has great success in preventing our clients from serving jail time, even in cases where the client has done nothing for a long period of time to resolve this problem. An attorney will present the best possible defense to keep you out of jail. Often a person has a warrant for failing to do what the court ordered and needs a second or third chance to complete classes or other obligations.

An arrest warrant is an official document, signed by a judge (or magistrate), which authorizes a police officer to arrest the person or people named in the warrant. Warrants typically identify the crime for which an arrest has been authorized, and may restrict the manner in which an arrest may be made. For example, a warrant may state that a suspect can be arrested “only between the hours of 6 a.m. and 6 p.m.” Finally, some warrants also specify the bail that a defendant must post to regain freedom following arrest. If the warrant is for a previous failure of the suspect to appear in court—called a bench warrant—it will probably specify that the arrested person may not be released on bail at all (sometimes termed a “no-bail warrant”).

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