Warrants: How our attorneys can help.
Why do I have a warrant for my arrest?
First of all, its important to understand that there are two types of warrants:
The judge issues a warrant from the bench (hence, the name) if you have fail to appear in court or have failed to fulfill a court obligation, such as a post-conviction fine, community service or other probationary obligation. These warrants are very dangerous because they are entered into a law enforcement database to ensure that you are arrested the next time that you are pulled over in your vehicle or otherwise discovered. They can also carry a significant amount of bail which you will have to pay in order to be released.
When a law enforcement officer, detective, or police agency have probable cause to believe that you have committed a crime, said officer, detective or agency will petition the court to issue a warrant for your arrest. Once the judge has issued the warrant, the police will then contact you to turn yourself in or will arrest you at your home, place of business or the next time you are pulled over in your vehicle or otherwise discovered.
What can your lawyers do to prevent me from being arrested on an outstanding warrant?
Robert Ernenwein, a Los Angeles criminal defense lawyer, will go to court with you, go to the clerk’s office, call up your case file to be heard by a judge. He will then motion the court to recall and quash the warrant, in other words, terminate the warrant pending your court proceedings. In so doing, you are relieved of the danger, humiliation, and expense of being arrested.
In the event that the judge denies the motion, Mr. Ernenwein can ask to continue further hearing on the matter until you can return with a bail bondsman to post bond before you enter custody.
Robert Ernenwein has over 30 years of experience having warrants “recalled and quashed” for his clients. Mr. Ernenwein is a former Los Angeles Deputy District Attorney and is Certified as a Criminal Law Specialist by the California State Bar Board of Legal Specialization. He has been named a “Super Lawyer” by Los Angeles Magazine and has appeared as a legal analyst on multiple cable news programs, including Fox News. The experience and capabilities of the team at the Law Offices of Robert Ernenwein are unmatched.
Our extensive experience and knowledge give us the tools we need to successfully challenge a warrant for your arrest.
Call us immediately at 310-375-5858 for your free consultation.