You can be arrested on the spot once a warrant for your arrest has been issued. This means that being stopped by the police, even for a minor traffic infraction, can result in the loss of your freedom. It also means that your information has been flagged in databases in order to make it easier for law enforcement to know that you are meant to be detained. While an arrest warrant sounds dramatic, the truth is that it is common for one to be issued because a person has made a simple mistake. Bretton Barber is able to help individuals handle their arrest warrant issues before they get worse. Contact Bretton today to learn more information.
There are a number of reasons why an arrest warrant may be issued in your name. While the most serious reason is because the police wish to arrest you for a serious crime, the truth is most warrants are issued for more mundane reasons. Our Phoenix criminal defense attorney is able to assist with arrest warrants that have been issued for a number of reasons including:
- Failure to pay a traffic ticket
- Failure to appear in Court
- Failure to check in with a probation officer
In many cases, an arrest warrant can be cleared up if the matter is taken care of as quickly as possible. If it is not cleared up, it may lead to additional hassles, charges, and penalties.
Bretton can help you get the warrant quashed right away so that you do not need to fear being arrested the next time you are pulled over for speeding. Bretton is able to handle issues involving a warrant for a simple flat fee that is affordable for most people. Do not wait to clear up your warrant problems. Contact his office today. In addition to Phoenix we represent defendants in other Maricopa County cities such as Mesa, Glendale, Scottsdale, Chandler, and Gilbert. We also assist Pima County residents in Tucson.