Bench warrants are commonly issued for people who have received traffic tickets, but who failed to pay them or appear in court. If you have received a traffic ticket, a court date will be listed on it, and if you miss that court date or fail to take action on the ticket prior to that listed date, a judge may issue a bench warrant for your arrest, in some circumstances. This can be an unnerving situation for most people, and you do not want to spend the next weeks or months looking over your shoulder. Our traffic ticket attorney can help.
After a bench warrant has been issued for your arrest, you may be arrested the next time you encounter the police. In some cases, law enforcement may even perform a warrant sweep, during which the police round up all those with outstanding warrants. We can help. Our bench warrant lawyer will work to help resolve your bench warrant and the original charges.
In most cases, we are able to have your bench warrant recalled, often within a few days of hiring our attorney. Contact us now to begin the process of recalling your bench warrant and clearing up your traffic problems.