No one can run forever. If you have a warrant, or think you might have one, we will find out.
The Jacksonville criminal attorney at The Mussallem Law Firm P.A. knows what to do when our clients have warrants out for their arrest. If there is a warrant, chances are:
- The judge ruled there is probable cause you committed a crime.
- You missed a court date.
Judges issue warrants, giving the police the power to make an arrest or search or seize property. Judges can also issue what’s called a capias, or a “bench warrant” directing police to take someone into custody.
But having a warrant issued does not mean you’re guilty of anything. We can also contest the charge that led to the warrant being issued in the first place. Let our Jacksonville Criminal Attorney help with your outstanding warrant or capias. Often times, our team is able to set a court date to avoid the arrest. People that come to handle their warrants without the police having to run them down often fare better in front of a judge, so let our Jacksonville Criminal Attorney work for you.
- Outstanding Warrants in Jacksonville Cleared Up The court system in Jacksonville is overcrowded, like much of the criminal justice system in the United States. About 150 to 200 people are arrested ....