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What To Do If You Have A Warrant For Your Arrest

If you have arrest warrants you are taking a serious risk with your freedom. When a judge or government agency issues an arrest order that can be taken into custody anywhere in the United States. You have the ability to put an end to the worrisome and order by hiring an expert criminal defense attorney.

There are many reasons why an order can be issued, the most typical type of the order is an arrest warrant. An arrest warrant is usually issued when an individual is scheduled to appear in court and does not appear. When this occurs, a “warrant” is issued automatically with the names of the persons on it and the order of the court is disseminated to all detention agencies. A person may also have orders for the following reasons: detention, probation violations, faults appear, non-payment of a fine or failure to comply with court orders. If an order has been dictated by your detention time is of the essence, it is important to take care of the order as soon as possible. Failure to do so may result in imprisonment, suspension of your driver’s license, high fees and fines, and other serious legal consequences. If you are not a citizen of the United States an order can also lead to denial of your immigration status and possible deportation.

The Matian Firm has the experience and skills to handle all warrant issues. We handle all warrant orders in all California counties. We are aware of the importance of the situation and implement specific strategies in the management of each order for the benefit of our client. Depending on your case and court, our lawyers may “void” or disable the order. In some cases, our lawyers may handle erasing a court order and without the need for your presence in court.

How can I get an arrest warrant?

  • Not Paying your Fines
  • Not completing Classes/Programs
  • Violations of Probation

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