If you have a warrant out for your arrest, you may feel like you have to watch every move you make. Even the smallest traffic violation can result in your arrest if there is a warrant out for you. This can make everyday life very stressful.
Take control of the situation by retaining experienced Las Vegas criminal defense lawyer at LV Criminal Defense. The criminal justice system can be confusing and scary, but with the help of qualified counsel, you can stop worrying about getting arrested.
A bench warrant is the order of a Nevada judge to arrest you for failing to appear for a scheduled court date. For example, if you are pulled over for speeding and the officer writes you a ticket, the ticket will have a date on it. This is your scheduled court date to plead guilty (or not guilty). If you fail to appear, the judge will issue a bench warrant. The bench warrant gives the police permission to arrest you if they find you.
There are several situations which may cause a judge to issue an arrest warrant:
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An arrest warrant gives the police the ability to search for you at home, at work, or in public, and once they find you, to take you into police custody. If the police find you and arrest you, they should read you Miranda rights, which include telling you that you have the right to remain silent until a lawyer is present.
If this happens to you, remain silent and contact LV Criminal Defense as soon as possible to defend you going forward. Your attorney will be able to represent you at the bail hearing to try to get you out of jail while the case proceeds.
City of Las Vegas Marshal – Warrant Search
Clark County Criminal Division – Warrant Status Check Information
If you have a warrant out for your arrest, don’t be alone in the process. Trust LV Criminal Defense to help you clear your name or deal with the charges so you can move on with your life.
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