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Failing to Appear in Court After You Have Received a Summons, Ticket or Other Court-Ordered Request Could Lead to The Issuance of A Bench Warrant for Your Arrest

Bill DiRenzo Nov. 2, 2021

Failing to appear in court after you have received a summons, ticket or other court-ordered request could lead to the issuance of a bench warrant for your arrest. Similarly, if you have been charged with a misdemeanor, felony, or you have violated the terms of your parole, a judge may issue a bench warrant authorizing your arrest. Now, while you should be informed anytime a bench warrant has been issued for your arrest, this will not always be the case. You may not become aware of a bench warrant until it is too late and you have been placed under arrest.

If you are under investigation for a criminal offense, or you suspect a bench warrant has been issued for your arrest, we strongly advise you consult with a DiRenzo & Weick criminal defense lawyer as soon as possible. When you contact our firm, we will take the time to answer any questions you may have, determine whether or not you have a bench warrant, review the original charges against you and work diligently to help you get the entire matter fully resolved. From the dismissal of your warrant, to the avoidance of additional fines and penalties, to the negotiation of a reduction in charges, our lawyers are committed to defending your interests and protecting your legal rights.

When you have a bench warrant for your arrest, your freedom and future are at stake. Contact a knowledgeable Fort Lauderdale criminal defense attorney who will be able to advise you of your rights and provide you with the aggressive representation you deserve.