New York Bench Warrant Lawyer
Arrested on a bench warrant in New York?
Bench warrants (also called arrest warrants) are issued by a court, at which time law enforcement officers can pick up the individual and bring them directly to the court to address the reason for the arrest. If you or someone you love has been arrested on a bench warrant, it is extremely important that you get in touch with a competent and aggressive New York criminal defense lawyer. At the Law Offices of Brian D. Perskin, we have years of experience and success helping clients achieve favorable results with these and criminal charges.
Often, bench warrants are issued to handle contempt of court issues. Whatever the reason, penalties for not addressing any issues with the court can be severe. You could be fined and imprisoned for failing to complete court ordered classes, violating probation or missing court appointments. It is thus important that any accused individual does not simply try to resist the law, but gets experienced legal representation to help them navigate through the situation to maximize their potential for a successful outcome. This applies not just with a bench warrant, but with their overall criminal case.
Bench Warrant Defense Attorney in New York
Some people who lack experience with the law, resist what they feel is incorrect. This can complicate matters for them, cause them to forfeit rights they did not know are theirs, and ultimately bring worse outcomes to their case than what they may be able to obtain. Rather than fighting the law, they must realize that a competent attorney is there to help them to use the law to obtain the justice they deserve - if they want any chance to win. This can apply to your case, whether you have already been arrested on a bench warrant or whether you suspect you may be arrested. Don't accidently throw your rights aside, get in touch with an attorney at our offices and we can help you understand what legal rights and options you have.
Contact a New York bench warrant attorney as soon as possible for protective legal guidance and representation if you or someone you love has been or may be arrested on a bench warrant.