Santa Ana Warrant Attorney
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There are different types of warrants that you might be concerned about in Santa Ana. If there is a warrant for your arrest, you might be confused and worried about what is going to happen to you and what you can do about your situation. Your freedom is very important to you and we understand that. Our founding attorney is a 30 year veteran of the criminal defense field of law, and we know exactly what you're going through and we can help you.
There are different types of warrants in California:
If you fail to appear in court at a specified required time or if you fail to pay a fine, you are in contempt of court and the judge will issue a bench warrant.
Some of the situations that might cause a bench warrant to be issued include:
- Given a citation or ticket by a law enforcement officer
- Ordered to appear in court
- Scheduled for sentencing/conviction
A bench warrant can result in losing your license, fines, jail time and other penalties.
This type of warrant is given to the police ordering your arrest. If law enforcement officials have evidence of criminal activity or wrongdoing, this type of warrant will be issued.
If there is a warrant out for your arrest:
- The police can come to your house or work to arrest you at any time
- You will be brought to jail
- You can be arrested without even knowing that there was an outstanding warrant
Warrant Lawyer in Santa Ana
If you discover that there is a warrant in your name, you need to speak with a Santa Ana criminal defense attorney immediately. Your freedom is at risk, and if law enforcement officers come to arrest, you they will not wait to hear an explanation - they will simply arrest you and take you to jail. A Santa Ana warrant attorney can help you avoid the penalties and punishments associated with a warrant. If you were completely unaware of the fact that there was an outstanding warrant, you can be very unpleasantly surprised when a law official shows up to arrest you. We have been working with criminal defense in California for over 30 years, and we have helped countless individuals resolve warrant problems.