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Do You Have an Outstanding Arrest Warrant in San Antonio?

Don't Hesitate to Contact The Law Office of John J. Fox

Having an outstanding warrant for your arrest is an uncomfortable situation. Once a warrant has been issued, law enforcement officers can arrest you at your home, during a traffic stop, on the street, or even at your job and take you to be booked at the County Jail. Many times, arrest warrants are issued with no bond amount listed. This means that you can't even pay to get yourself released until you are taken before a Judge. Oftentimes, the time it takes to be booked, processed and bonded out can cause you to miss work and even potentially lose your job. This could turn into an extremely serious situation for you and your family. If you suspect or know that you have one or more warrants outstanding, it is important to take action before you are arrested. There are several methods that can be used to make the process of dealing with an arrest warrant much easier. Talk to a San Antonio criminal defense attorney who can assist you to deal with the warrants at a time and place of your choosing rather than being treated like a criminal.

It is important to remember that the issuance of a warrant does NOT mean you are guilty of a crime, but it does mean that the judge wants to have you appear in the courtroom. There are many different types of arrest warrants. Traffic ticket warrants are issued when an individual fails to pay fines for traffic offenses. An arrest warrant can be issued on someone who has been charged with a criminal offense. A bond forfeiture warrant can be issued by a Community or Municipal Court, County Court or District Court Judge after an individual fails to appear in court after being released on a bond. A Motion to Revoke Probation (MTR) warrant can be issued if you are accused of violating the rules of your probation. Once any type of warrant is issued any chance encounter with law enforcement could result in an arrest. A lawyer experienced in the warrant and bond processes, like John J. Fox, can accompany you to the court and smooth out the process for you.

Is there a warrant out for your arrest?

To ensure your rights are protected in clearing up an existing warrant, you should be advised by and accompanied by legal counsel. If you believe a warrant for your arrest has been issued, or even might be issued, you need skilled legal advice. We can help streamline the process of dealing with the warrant and even assist you with arranging bond. This can result in you being processed and released as quickly and cheaply as possible. Attorney John J. Fox can investigate the matter for you, give you dependable information concerning any active warrant or imminent warrant, and assist you to develop your defense strategy and handle the warrant. Call The Law Office of John J. Fox for a confidential consultation.

Contact a criminal defense lawyer in San Antonio for assistance in protecting your rights while handling an active warrant.

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