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WARRANTS


South Florida Warrant Defense Lawyer


 

South Florida Warrant Defense LawyerAggressive Attorneys who help Resolve Warrants

Our lawyers at the Fort Lauderdale firm ofLeader & Leader, PA, assist clients who discover that they have an outstanding warrant for their arrest. Because of our experience and knowledge of the local criminal justice system, we are in a good position to help.

 

Experienced lawyers who get results in all warrant matters

We represent people who are the subject of warrants for failing to appear in court, triggering a bench warrant technically referred to as a capias. We help people who have outstanding warrants for skipping bail, failure to appear or violating parole or probation. We have helped people who had arrest warrants outstanding on a criminal charge. We have successfully persuaded judges to allow bail in instances where there is no automatic right to a bond. We have been able to have people returned to probation with no jail time. If you learn of an outstanding warrant, contact our Fort Lauderdale, Florida, attorneys right away. We will develop a strategy to keep you out of jail and out on bond.

 

If you learn about an arrest warrant, contact an attorney immediately

Some people, once they discover that they are named in an arrest warrant, stop reporting to their probation officer, fearing that they will be arrested. Although understandable, this is the worst possible thing they can do. It will make matters worse and increase their chances of landing in jail. Instead, they should immediately call an experienced Fort Lauderdale Criminal Defense Lawyer to advise them about the best course of action.

 

If you are unexpectedly arrested, call an attorney right away

Of course, some people never know that there is an outstanding warrant for their arrest until they are stopped by the police for a minor traffic infraction. They can find themselves in jail because of a broken tail light. If this happens to you, contact a lawyer as soon as possible to learn about your options. Warrants are tricky. They require a knowledgeable attorney who understands what local judges and prosecutors need to know when petitioning to set aside a warrant or to allow bond. Our lawyers at Leader & Leader, PA, have been handling situations related to warrants for many years and know what to do. Don’t hesitate to call–there is a lot at stake.

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