Is that warrant hanging over your head and ruining every aspect of your life? Take care of it for good by partnering with a Dallas warrant attorney at Chris Lewis & Associates, P.C..
Warrants are issued for a variety of reasons, but the end result is often the same. An active warrant has likely caused you tremendous stress and fear, and you are probably constantly worried about the prospect of an arrest. Handling a warrant can allow you to put this stress and anxiety behind you.
If you handle it on your own terms, you can often minimize the effects that clearing your warrant will have in your life. For instance, you can set up a self-surrender that fits around your work schedule. A Dallas warrant lawyer can assist you in getting your warrant cleared and can help you deal with any legal ramifications you may be facing.
There are a few different types of warrants, and each one is issued for different reasons:
For instance, if you failed to provide evidence that you completed driving school for a traffic violation, or you failed to pay the fine you were charged with.
No matter what type of warrant you have, your Dallas warrant clearing lawyer can help you resolve it.
Some warrants are relatively easy to clear up—easier than you might think. Your attorney can actually contact the court and have bail prearranged. Then you can turn yourself in at a day of your choosing, often called a self-surrender or walk-through, and you can be back out in the community with a scheduled court date very quickly.
Your attorney can even represent you in court for certain traffic violations or minor infractions.
With a criminal warrant, your Dallas warrant clearing attorney may be able to arrange bail and get you released as well. Your attorney can then fight for you against a conviction of a criminal charge.
Let’s be real—there’s no good time to take care of a warrant, but there are some times that are better than others. You don’t want to be arrested at an inconvenient time, such as at work or while checking the mail in your pajamas. If you work with an attorney, you may be able to have bail prearranged or work out a self-surrender arrangement.