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Bench & Arrest Warrant Lawyers in Los Angeles, California

Having a warrant issued in your name is a scary situation. A simple police stop for speeding or another minor traffic violation can turn into an arrest. Warrants may be issued for different reasons, and the two most common types of warrants are bench warrants and arrest warrants. This website will also explore information on felony warrants, misdemeanor warrants, probation violations and failures to appear in court.

At Eisner Gorin LLP, our experienced attorneys represent clients facing any type of warrant in or around Los Angeles, California. We have over 50 years of collective courtroom experience and are former prosecutors who are now using our extensive knowledge of both sides of the criminal court process to assist clients facing criminal charges or warrants throughout Southern California. With a Los Angeles warrant attorney from our firm at your side, you have the chance to avoid being taken into custody.

Bench Warrants and Arrest Warrants in Los Angeles

Both bench and arrest warrants are very serious. Either may result in immediate arrest, meaning you will be taken into police custody and will likely face criminal charges, have to post bail for your release or face other serious legal action. Rather than ignore the situation, it is absolutely crucial that you consult a lawyer as soon as possible to discuss your situation. A lawyer can look over the circumstances of your bench warrant or arrest warrant and determine what can be done to help. While you may need to appear in court, with a defense attorney at your side your chances of avoiding arrest or serious criminal charges is much greater.

A bench warrant is most often issued for a failure to appear in court or other violation of court orders. This may include failure to pay a fine, failure to pay child support or failure to complete a court-ordered sentence (such as counseling or rehabilitation).

An arrest warrant is issued when law enforcement has probable cause to believe that a person has committed a criminal offense

Los Angeles Warrant Lawyer

Many people who have warrants issued for their arrest may not even know that they are in danger of being taken into custody. However, as soon as you find out that you may be in danger of being arrested due to a bench warrant or arrest warrant, take a moment to contact Eisner Gorin LLP. We can help.

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