If You Discovered There Is a Warrant Out for Your Arrest
The moment you discover there is a warrant for your arrest in California, feelings of shock and concern may quickly set in. Navigating this challenging situation requires the expertise of an experienced criminal defense attorney who can protect your rights and provide effective legal guidance.
At Werksman Jackson & Quinn LLP, we specialize in criminal defense and are fully equipped to handle such cases with precision and care. When you seek our assistance, you can feel confident knowing that our skilled legal team is working diligently to resolve the warrant and secure the best possible outcome for your case. Reach out to us at (213) 688-0460 today.
Stay Calm and Gather Information
When faced with the reality of a warrant for your arrest, it is important to remain calm and composed. Panicking can lead to poor decision-making and may further complicate the situation. Instead, focus on gathering essential information about the warrant, such as the specific charges against you, the agency that issued the warrant, and any other pertinent details that may be available. This information will be valuable when consulting with a criminal defense attorney who can help you navigate the legal process and develop an effective strategy to address the warrant.
Consult with a California Criminal Defense Attorney:
Navigating the legal system and safeguarding your rights requires the expertise of a California criminal defense attorney. Seek legal representation immediately to ensure a proactive and strategic approach to resolving the warrant. The Werksman Jackson & Quinn LLP team of experienced attorneys is ready to assist you in this critical situation.
Understand California Warrant Laws
California warrant laws encompass various types of warrants, such as arrest, bench, and search warrants. Arrest warrants are issued when a person is suspected of committing a crime, while bench warrants typically arise from a failure to appear in court or comply with court orders. Search warrants allow law enforcement to search specific premises for evidence. Understanding the legal process involved in the issuance and execution of these warrants is crucial, as it helps individuals navigate the system and safeguard their rights during the resolution process.
Confirm the Validity of the Warrant
It is of utmost importance that you verify the authenticity and accuracy of the warrant. Potential errors or discrepancies, such as incorrect personal information or improper issuance procedures, may render the warrant invalid. Your attorney can assist in confirming the warrant’s validity and addressing any discrepancies.
Developing a Defense Strategy With Your Attorney
Work closely with your criminal defense attorney to develop a comprehensive defense strategy tailored to your case. Discuss the specific charges outlined in the warrant and explore potential legal defenses and arguments to challenge the allegations.
Evaluate Your Options With Skilled Legal Assistance
Consider the different surrender options available in California, such as self-surrender or surrender through legal representation. Voluntarily surrendering may lead to a more favorable resolution and mitigate the risk of additional charges or complications.
Comply with Legal Obligations
It is pertinent you comply with all legal obligations following the discovery of a warrant. Avoid appearing to flee, ignoring the warrant, or interfering with law enforcement proceedings, as doing so may result in additional legal consequences.
Communicate Openly with Your Attorney and Explore Possible Resolutions
Maintain open and transparent communication with your criminal defense attorney. Share all relevant details and information related to the case to help your attorney build a strong defense strategy and effectively represent your interests.
Facing a warrant for arrest can be overwhelming, but an experienced criminal defense attorney in California will guide you, protect your rights, and identify the best course of action. Contact Werksman Jackson & Quinn LLP at (213) 688-0460 for a free initial consultation to discuss your situation and explore possible resolutions.