What You Should Know About Warrants
When a bench warrant is issued against you by a judge, law enforcement authorities essentially have a mandate to track you down and to immediately arrest you. Bench warrants may be issued for a variety of reasons, including (but not limited to) cases in which you have:
- Failed to appear in court to face charges against you or to testify (if you have been subpoenaed)
- Failed to pay court-ordered fines
- Allegedly committed some offense while out on bond for other charges
- Allegedly violated the terms of your probation
While these situations can cause panic and fear, it is critical that those who have bench warrants issued against them to contact our experienced Denver criminal defense attorneys. We understand that bench warrants can be issued for a number of reasons, including administrative errors in the court system, misinterpretations of your behavior or actions or even lapses in judgment. At the Flesch & Beck Law, our Denver bench warrant lawyers will fiercely defend your rights and do what it takes to resolve your case as favorably and efficiently as possible.
Denver Bench Warrants — Consults And Legal Help
Depending on the nature of your case, as well as your criminal record, our legal team may be able to get the warrant against you vacated in exchange for setting a court date (during which time your defense can be presented). Regardless of whether you are or are not required to appear during this hearing, it is vital that you have professional support.
At Flesch & Beck Law we have extensive experience with the legal system and know how to adeptly present the facts of your case and argue the charges against you. If you or a loved one is aware of a bench warrant out for his or her arrest, we strongly encourage you to meet with us as soon as possible at no cost or obligation.
In addition to providing you with experienced legal advice, we can help ensure that you are not arrested while at work, church or even in front of your children. Contact us today for FREE by calling 720-689-0322 or emailing us and receive professional legal guidance regarding your case, your rights and the best manner in which to proceed.