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Wais Azami is an affordable OC warrant lawyer who routinely handles arrest warrants and recalls bench warrants in the Orange County, LA and Inland Empire from his Garden Grove office. He sometimes can do it on the same day when possible. Don't take a chance getting pulled over or dragged into custody when you're caught unprepared.
Do you have the following questions:
What does it mean to have a warrant?
Can the police arrest me anywhere when I have a warrant?
Can the police take me from my house when there's a warrant for my arrest?
Who issues a warrant or bench warrant or arrest warrant?
Who issues the warrant?
Can I bail out if I'm arrested for a warrant?
What do I do if I'm not a citizen and there's a warrant for my arrest?
Do I need an attorney to defend me for a warrant?
Arrest warrants in OC or anywhere in California are usually issued by a magistrate or court because someone has failed to comply with a legal demand or a court order. For example, not showing up for a scheduled court date or scheduled court hearing, not fulfilling terms of probation or parole, not paying fines, not appearing in court when demanded by the judge to appear, not appearing after promising to appear, and for various other reasons.
The bottom line is that when a warrant has been issued for you, you could be taken into custody and forced to appear in court in front of a judge. If that is on a Friday afternoon, you'll have to wait until next weekday the court is open. NO bail will be allowed. Law enforcement can take you in by coming to your known address, by pulling you over while you're driving, by finding by coincidence/accident (usually in car accidents where people have to show ID's), and anywhere else where you are identified by law enforcement. There are no set times of when they can or cannot come for you. Once an arrest warrant has been issued, you're considered a fugitive.
Immigrants & Warrants:
People who are not yet U.S. citizens or are totally undocumented, should be very careful not to get an arrest warrant. If one does get an arrest warrant, it's important to hire an attorney to appear in court on your behalf (possible for infractions and misdemeanors). Felonies require personal appearance even if an attorney is hired. The reason for wanting an attorney to appear and take care of the matter as quickly as possible is to avoid jail time where ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement) could put a hold on you and prevent you from leaving. Even if you pay your bond to bail out, (for normal arrests, not warrant arrests), you could be transferred to an ICE hold (waste of bail money basically) and forced to deal with your immigration issues. However, if you're picked up for the warrant only, there will be no bail.
Whenever possible, hire an attorney to appear on your behalf and avoid the risk of an ICE hold, regardless of how minimal it may be. The alternative is devastating. Wais Azami handles OC arrest warrants routinely for residents of Anaheim, Santa Ana, Stanton, Westminster, Midway City and all other parts of OC. We do criminal defense law well.
Law Office of Wais Azami is operated by an attorney who recalls arrest warrants in Orange County, Los Angeles County or Riverside County. Quashing a warrant is vital to your freedom and independence. Please call (714) 321-9999 for a same-day appointment.
My practice helps both citizens and immigrants with their criminal cases. Moral character crimes can be a big problem for your immigration status. Majority of cases involve simple misdemeanors and low-level felonies where good people got caught up in a tough situation. An Orange County warrant attorney can help with recalling your warrant in Orange County, LA County or anywhere else in SoCal. Typical cases are; Shoplifting, DUI's, Drug Possessions, Drug Paraphenalia, Domestic violence, Theft, Burglary, Assault, Battery, Driving without a license, driving on a suspended license, Domestic Battery, Sexual Assault, Outstanding Warrants, Failure to Appear, Probation Violation, Indecent Exposure, Sex with a minor (underaged person), Felony Evasion, Resisting Arrest, Weapons, Weapons Possession, Discharge of Firearms within City Limits, Attempt Crimes, Leaving the Scene of an Accident, Hit and Run, Conspiracy, Solicitation, Prostitution, Sex Cases, Drug Cases, and much more...Call the number below for a same-day evaluation or consolations.
OC Bench Warrant Search can be done from our criminal defense law office in Garden Grove.
12832 Valley View St, Suite 203, Garden Grove, CA 92845
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Law Office of Wais Azami
12832 Valley View St, Suite 203, Garden Grove, CA 92845