Warrants

Los Angeles Warrant Defense Lawyers

WHAT CAN YOU DO IF YOU HAVE A WARRANT OUT FOR YOUR ARREST IN LOS ANGELES COUNTY?

Most people who have warrants out for their arrest do not realize how easy it is to get the warrant out of the system. The biggest problem surrounding a warrant situation is fear. A person with a warrant is afraid of going to jail and facing the consequences of their actions. In reality this is normal. How many of us simply put off and avoid dealing with things that cause us pain, anxiety and horrible feelings. We all do it! But when we finally take the bull by he horns and deal with it, we feel so much better.

Taking the first step is usually the hardest thing to do in a warrant situation. I encourage to just simply do it. Once you have made the first call to discuss the warrant situation and then gone over your scenario, you will feel better and gain a sense of control back. Then once we have everything out in the open, all that is left to do is set up a plan to take care of the warrant, put the past behind you and allow you to be free from looking over your shoulder and the fear of what will happen when you are brought to justice.

WHAT IS THE BEST WAY TO HANDLE A WARRANT IN AN LA COURT?

You first move is to have a consultation with a criminal defense attorney who has appeared in the court where your warrant is pending who can tell you exactly what you are looking at. Once your know what you are potentially facing then you can start the process of preparing for it and making the first move towards being done with it! Many times people are not really facing anything all that horrible. They have built things up in their mind and the reality is that the case can be dealt with and they can have this experience behind them.

Just by appearing in court with your attorney ready to deal with your case, the judge will automatically take the warrant out of the system. Then it is up to your attorney to negotiate with the prosecutor and / or judge to settle the case and put the pieces in place for you to fulfill your responsibilities to the court and move on with your life! Call our law firm at (866) 986-2092 or fill out online contact form here.