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All About Warrants

Warrants and Arrests

There are different kinds of warrants that are used in varying circumstances. They include arrest warrants, bench warrants and search warrants. In order to issue a warrant there should be probable cause that the individual committed a crime. Whenever an arrest warrant is issued on a person, law enforcement has the legal right to arrest you at any site they locate you, be it your home, work or driving in your vehicle. A warrant can also be issued to obtain evidence on a pending investigation that could lead to charges and an arrest. Warrants are issued with the authority of the court system, allowing officers to conduct the actions mentioned in the warrant. Many warrants are issue due to:

  • Failing to pay court ordered restitution
  • Failing to pay fines
  • Probation violations
  • Failing to keep a court ordered appointment or hearing
  • Failing to complete a court mandated course or counseling
  • Becoming involved in a crime

When you suspect there may be a warrant out for your arrest, or have already been arrested on a warrant, contact a lawyer immediately for the legal assistance you will need to fight the consequences. The criminal defense department at Floyd Skeren & Kelly, LLP has been helping local residents for over two decades in their pursuit of protecting their clients' rights.

With your freedom at risk, now is the time to take the necessary legal steps to avoid the worst consequences. If you have violated your probation terms in some manner, going before the court and explaining what occurred can often have the arrest warrant set aside with the agreement to return to the terms of probation. For those being investigated for a crime, having our knowledgeable legal team working on your defense will go far towards preparing your case for trial or to have your charges reduced or dismissed.

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