California Warrant Attorneys
Do You Need a Warrant Attorney in California?
Has a warrant been issued for your arrest? If you commit a crime in California, an arrest warrant can be issued against you, at which time an officer can take you into custody. If you fail to appear in court for a legal matter or violate your probation, a bench warrant can be issued against you and you can be arrested. If there is a warrant out for your arrest, you need to hire a skilled warrant attorney who can recall your warrant.
At Wallin & Klarich, we have been recalling warrants for our clients for over 40 years. We can help you, too. Call us today at (877) 466-5245 for legal advice about your case or read below for more information about warrants.
Why Hire Wallin & Klarich?
The success of our warrant recall defense firm has helped us achieve the highest of merits, including a 5 out of 5 AV rating on Lawyers.com, a 10 out of 10 rating on AVVO.com, and an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau.
For over 40 years, the warrant lawyers at Wallin & Klarich have helped many people like you facing arrest and bench warrants. Here are just a few testimonials provided by some of our previous clients who wanted to share their stories:
“I had a bench warrant out for my arrest and was charged with driving under the influence and false impersonation. My Wallin & Klarich attorney immediately recalled the bench warrant and presented my case in the best light to the District Attorney’s Office. The result was a complete dismissal of the entire case. Without the aggressive representation of Wallin & Klarich I could have lost my job and been subjected to possible jail time. I am grateful to Wallin & Klarich for their help. I would recommend them highly to anyone facing criminal charges.”
“I was arrested for a DUI warrant and I hired Wallin & Klarich to represent me. The District Attorney wanted to send me to State Prison for up to 3 years. After Wallin & Klarich looked at all the police reports and paperwork in my file, they found that this warrant was over 2 years old. They informed the Court that she intended to file a motion arguing that my right to a speedy trial had been violated. Wallin & Klarich pointed out to the Court and the District Attorney that no notice had ever been sent to me asking me to appear. The Court did not even make Wallin & Klarich file the formal motion. The Court DISMISSED the case on Wallin & Klarich’s oral argument. I would recommend Wallin & Klarich to you if you want an attorney that knows what they are doing in Court. Wallin & Klarich took control of the case the minute it was assigned to them, as it is evident from the ruling that they got from the Court.”
“I had a $30,000 arrest warrant for a DUI probation violation, and I was looking at the possibility of jail. Wallin & Klarich was able to recall the warrant and reinstate my probation without jail. What a relief. Wallin & Klarich was a good investment. Thank you for keeping me out of jail.”
Call Wallin & Klarich Today
You can place your trust in Wallin & Klarich. Our knowledgeable California warrant lawyers are committed to defending your rights and your freedom. Call us today for immediate help on your case.
For more information on laws regarding arrest and bench warrants, read below or simply pick up the phone and speak to one of our skilled criminal defense attorneys today.
Call us today at (877) 4-NO-JAIL or (877) 466-5245 for a free telephone consultation.
Types of Warrants
There are several types of warrants that may be issued against you by the court. These include:
- A California Arrest Warrants:
- Felony Arrest Warrant (PC 831 through PC 816)
- Misdemeanor Arrest Warrant (PC 1427)
- A California Bench Warrants (PC 166; PC 978.5):
- Failure to Appear Warrant
- Failure to Pay Warrant
- Contempt of Court Warrant
- Probation Violation Warrant
- A Search Warrant in California (PC 1523)
What is an Arrest Warrant?
An arrest warrant authorizes law enforcement officers to arrest and detain you if you are suspected of committing a crime outside of an officer’s presence. A judge can issue one of two types of California arrest warrants:
- Felony Arrest Warrant (California Penal Code sections 813-816) (PC813-PC816), or
- Misdemeanor Arrest Warrant (California Penal Code section 1427) (PC1427)
There are many restrictions on how and when the police may execute warrants for your arrest. Violations of these rules may result in a reduction (or even a dismissal) of your criminal charges. These rules are discussed in greater detail in this section.
How to Clear a Bench Warrant in California
Our attorneys at Wallin & Klarich have written an overview on how to clear a bench warrant in California, as well as the benefits of getting rid of your bench warrant. In addition, our attorneys provide you with answers to the most commonly asked questions related to California warrants. However, if you have questions that are specific to the facts of your particular case, please give us a call today.
Call Wallin & Klarich
If you have a warrant issued against you, it is vital that you contact an attorney at Wallin & Klarich today. Our attorneys may be able to negotiate with the court for a bail reduction, or an “O/R release” saving you a considerable amount of money while helping you avoid spending any time in jail. Our attorneys may be able to get your charges reduced or dismissed altogether. With offices in Orange County, Los Angeles, San Diego, Riverside, San Bernardino, Ventura, West Covina and Victorville, the California criminal attorneys at Wallin & Klarich have successfully represented clients for over 40 years. We have the knowledge and experience to help you win your case.
Call (877) 4-NO-JAIL (466-5245) today for a free consultation. We will get through this together.