Outstanding Arrest Warrant
Do you have an outstanding arrest warrant in New Jersey? Watch this video to learn what to do and then call our experienced criminal lawyer for guidance.
What should I do if I have an outstanding warrant?
I’ve handled many cases, where people simply forget to appear on a summons. They’ll tell me, “I got a ticket seven years ago. They suspended my driver’s license, but now I want to clear it all up.” I’ve handled many of these cases, and I actually enjoy handling them because there’s a history to them and usually, through that history, we can get a very nice result. The idea is to contact the court, where they may require you to post a bail directly, or they may simply say, “We’re not allowed to ask you for bail, but we’ll set up a new court date for you.” When I handle it personally for my clients, I will contact the court by letter and by phone, set up a new court date, and then the client and I will go in. I’ll speak to the prosecutor, find out if it’s still a viable case, and if not, try and get the case dismissed.
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