Warrants

A warrant requiring an arrest may be issued for a variety of reasons, such as failure to appear for a court hearing, failing to pay for fines, fees, or tickets, or not completing terms of probation or following court orders.

If you have a warrant for your arrest, police officers may try to find you at any known addresses that they have for you. This means they could likely appear at your workplace or any other public place and take you into custody. A scene like that could be detrimental to your job, reputation, and maybe career. If you are pulled over for a traffic violation and you have a warrant, the officer will take you into custody.

If you have a warrant you should hire an attorney immediately and appear in court with your attorney by your side and address the warrant. Your attorney may be able to convince the court to release you without going into custody or posting bail.

Contact Orange County Criminal Defense Attorney Ali Komaili if you have Warrants immediately.