Sometimes arrest warrants are issued by mistake when the alleged offender did make arrangements and there was communication failure or a paperwork mix-up in the court office. Whatever the reason, having a warrant out for your arrest is never a good thing. Working with an experienced criminal lawyer in New Orleans to bring your warrant to resolution puts your failure to appear in a more favorable light.
Working to resolve the warrant for your arrest as soon as possible is always best. Attorney Jeff Hufft is an experienced criminal defense attorney who can work with you to resolve your Orleans Parish, Jefferson Parish, Plaquemines Parish, St. Bernard Parish, St. Tammany Parish, Washington Parish, or St. Charles Parish bench warrant or alias capias warrant with favorable circumstances when possible.
Even if you live out of state, or happen to move out of state while your warrant is active, your bench warrant or alias capias warrant never disappears. Waiting for an arrest to resolve your warrant never works in your favor, and in cases like failure to appear for sentencing, can actually work against you since you will appear to be a flight risk to the judge.
To find out what Attorney Jeff Hufft can do for your outstanding warrant, call (504) 232-3080 today to schedule your free case consultation.
If the probation officer alleges that you violated probation, then the court may issue a “no bond” warrant for your arrest. Hiring an attorney in these cases is important for several reasons. First, your attorney can contact your probation officer to find out what conditions are outstanding. Your attorney can give you advice on how to come into compliance quickly.
If you have a warrant out for your arrest in Orleans Parish, Jefferson Parish, Plaquemines Parish, St. Bernard Parish, St. Tammany Parish, Washington Parish, St. Charles Parish, or the surrounding areas, it is best for you to actively resolve it as soon as possible. Attorney Jeff Hufft will work directly with you to develop a warrant resolution strategy that aims for a favorable outcome.