Bench Warrants Lawyer in South Florida
What is a Bench Warrant?
A bench warrant is a warrant issued for your arrest by the court when a
person fails to appear in court for a scheduled legal procedure. Often
a person misses a court appearance appointment due to a personal emergency,
illness or lack of notice regarding the appointment. However, the court
is normally not very interested in the reasons why and will issue the
bench warrant for your arrest. Usually, the best way to remove a bench
warrant is to retain the services of a
Florida criminal defense attorney so as to file a motion in the court on your behalf. Once a bench warrant
is out for your arrest, you can be picked up and put in jail at any time,
even following a routine traffic stop. You can even be picked up at home
or work, resulting in embarrassment, possible loss of employment and disrepute.
Handling it before this happens is vital to your peace of mind and future.
At Bogle Law once you retain our services, we will file a motion to cancel
the bench warrant so that you will no longer be at risk of being jailed.
Effective Defense Lawyer Helping with Bench Warrants
No matter what offense you committed, having a bench warrant out for your
arrest can be frightening and stressful. In Florida law enforcement will
aggressively pursue someone with a warrant issued on them. Other reasons
for a bench warrant being issued include violating parole or failing to
fulfill some type of court ordered sentencing.
Attorney Tauna R. Bogle has the unique experience of having been a former
State prosecutor, thus has the experience of both sides of the law.
This can benefit you when it comes to our office possibly being able to
successfully handle your warrant. Remember, failing to do anything about
it can lead to much more serious penalties. Allow our dedicated and competent
legal staff help you in handling your bench warrant so that you may put
this behind you and move forward with your life.
Don’t ignore a bench warrant!
Contact Bogle Law criminal defense lawyer, for assistance.