Orange County Warrants
Newport Beach Criminal Defense Attorney
Bench warrants are issued against individuals in Orange County, California, for a number of reasons. If you failed to appear in court, failed to pay a fine or failed to comply with a court order, a warrant may be issued for your arrest. If an Orange County warrant has been issued in your name, it is important that you take care of this matter as soon as possible. If you do not, you could be facing potential jail time, heavy fines, and other legal consequences.
If you or someone you know in Newport Beach, Irvine, Huntington Beach, or anywhere in Orange County has a bench warrant which needs handling, please contact the Newport Beach defense lawyer at the firm without delay. Attorney Scott D. Hughes understands how confusing and intimidating legal matters can be, especially for those unfamiliar with the court system. That is why he is dedicated to helping individuals with Orange County warrants. He knows the Orange County legal system and the correct legal strategies to use to help achieve a favorable outcome for your case. He can negotiate with judges and prosecutors to help lessen your penalties and keep you out of jail.
A bench warrant is a type of arrest warrant, issued by a judge. It is then entered into the computer system for the Department of Justice. If you are stopped by a law enforcement person who runs your driver license through the system, your warrant will appear and you will be arrested on the spot. Your driver's license may also be suspended until your warrant is cleared.
It is important to work with an attorney like the Newport Beach bench warrant lawyer at the firm who has a track record in handling bench warrants. In the case of a misdemeanor, he may be able to have the warrant recalled or removed from the system so that your case can be handled.
Don't put off handling your Orange County warrant. Consult with Newport Beach bench warrant attorney Scott D. Hughes about your case today.
Do you have an Orange County warrant out for your arrest? Contact the Newport Beach bench warrant attorney at the firm to discuss your case today!