Dealing with Arrest Warrants & Bench Warrants in San Diego
Our Attorneys have successfully recalled 100s of arrest warrants on both Felony and Misdemeanor cases.* Warrants are issued for failure to complete DUI Classes , DVRP Classes , other probation conditions or failure to appear at a court proceeding. (If you are just looking for where to enroll your DUI classes, click here.) A person with an arrest warrant is a fugitive of justice. There is no gray area there. The next law enforcement officer to contact and identify that fugitive will take them immediately to jail. Jail disrupts everything. Warrant cases all end one of two ways: (1) the fugitive meets an attorney and an intelligent legal strategy is implemented that address the Court and asks for leniency OR (2) The fugitive is arrested and held until sentencing by the judge for the violation. DO NOT let the Judge find you first! . Contact us today to discuss your warrant. (619) 840-4566
How Did I Get This Arrest Warrant, And What Should I Do?
If you have arrest warrants in San Diego against you, you will need to hire an attorney as soon as possible. When there is an active arrest warrant, a judge has signed an order authorizing the San Diego police to arrest the person named on the warrant. The authorization has been granted because the authorities believe that there is probable cause that the person named has committed a crime. This can happen when a law enforcement officer or the person who claims to be the victim of a crime signs a sworn statement naming a particular person as the perpetrator. If you are in this situation, then at this point of time, you haven’t had the chance to defend yourself and need to be careful with the steps you take to handle the matter effectively.
In order to serve an arrest warrant, also known as bench warrants, San Diego arresting officers have the authority to enter the home of the person named on the warrant. If these officers has a reasonable suspicion that the person on the warrant lives at an address, and they also have reason to believe that the person is present, they may enter the residence to make an arrest.
This type of situation is exactly where the lawyers at Ertz Law Group have our expertise. We will protect our clients’ rights from the arrest warrants San Diego residents are served with across the city on a daily basis. The warrants can be for several different types of crimes including felonies, misdemeanors, probation violations or domestic violence.
Before being stopped while you are driving on their way to work or are interrupted in their homes, people with warrants out for their arrest may want to call the Ertz Law Group first. These lawyers have made it possible for everyone to be able to afford their services with flexible payment plans, and the first meeting with Ertz lawyers will be of no cost to the client.
It doesn’t matter what day it is, people can find themselves in these types of difficulties even on Saturday and Sunday. The Ertz Law Group is open on those days from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. just like we are Monday through Friday.
With 15 years of experience handling legal issues in the San Diego courts, Ertz Law Group provides the kind of diligence and experience you need when you find yourself on the wrong side of an arrest warrant. Give us a call on (619) 840 4566 and we’ll bring you in for a free consultation about your situation.