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Los Angeles Bench Warrants Lawyer

Have You Been Arrested Because of a Bench Warrant in Los Angeles?

A judge can issue warrants if a person fails to comply with a mandatory court order. Judges issue warrants from the "bench" also known as bench warrants. If you have been arrested because of a bench warrant, it is important that you contact a Los Angeles criminal defense lawyer who can advise you of your legal rights and defend you against the warrant. At the Law Firm of Tyler & Wilson, LLP the experienced criminal defense team has successfully represented individuals charged with crimes.

About Bench Warrants

In countless cases, a person is unaware that he has a bench warrant. Certain actions can place a person in contempt of court and causing the issuance of a bench warrant. For example, a failure to appear in court at an ordered specific date and time, failure to pay a fine, and failure to obey another court could constitution grounds for a warrant. Judges issue bench warrants for immediate arrest by law enforcement. Upon an arrest, some factors can influence the subject of bail. Taken into consideration would be the estimated flight risks as well as any criminal past and those would affect the decision to allow the posting of bail. A judge would most likely deny bail in the event other outstanding warrants existed.

A bench warrant can have terrible consequences for a person. The outcome could result in a violation of probation, increased fines, suspension of a California driver's license or a court ordered jail or state prison sentence. If you have a bench warrant then you must get support from a criminal defense lawyer who can guide you through the court process and assist you with proper legal advice. There is a chance that a lawyer could work with a judge and other court officials to have your bench warrant expunged from your record. Please do not let the situation worsen. It is important that you contact the firm to discuss the legal situation at once.

Contact a Los Angeles bench warrants defense attorney to determine a resolution for the bench warrant matter.

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