Outstanding Warrant? Protect Yourself Against Being Jailed for a Traffic Stop With Proactive Legal Help!
If you have an outstanding criminal warrant for your arrest in Massachusetts, you live in constant fear of any traffic stop or encounter with the police resulting in you going to jail. You are unable to renew your drivers license, so you face additional criminal charges if caught driving.
I can tell you that the best way to handle an outstanding arrest warrant or failure to appear is to deal with it proactively, and figure out the best way to negotiate a reasonable outcome, so you can get on with your life.
In my experience, there are a number of options available to deal with the authorities in criminal warrant matters. Judges are favorably impressed by those who voluntarily address mistakes of the past, and if you ask me to represent you,
With old cases, they may no longer even have any evidence against you, so there may be a chance to get the entire case dismissed. Either way, I’ll make sure you get the best deal possible to insure your future freedom. But if you ignore an arrest warrant, you’ll be facing new charges when you are picked up, and all your negotiating leverage will be gone.
Living Out of State and Worried About an Old Massachusetts Arrest Warrant?
As new criminal record systems continue to put online, it is getting harder and harder to hide from an old warrant. More and more states share old warrant information, and that will only continue to increase as new systems go online in the cause of homeland security. Especially since the Patriot Act, more and more old warrants and charges are being found and put online and are accessible by law enforcement agencies nationwide.
If you didn’t pay all the fines or fees associated with a criminal restitution or skipped out on a warrant and were cited for Failure to Appear in Massachusetts court, you could be arrested at any time.
It common for police to sit in their cruisers and type in license plates of vehicles as they go by. Or, increasingly, you can be scanned and tagged by an automatic license plate reader embedded in many police cruisers.
If a warrant is found that matches your license plate or DMV records, you’ll be pulled over, arrested, and have your car impounded. This could happen anywhere and at anytime, and you’ll be forced to come back to Massachusetts and face charges.
But often, these matters can be cleared up much easier than you think.
In fact, with old cases, I am often able to resolve them without you needing to show up in court, saving you the hassle and expense of travel back to Massachusetts to personally appear in court. I can enter a Motion for a Speedy Trial on your behalf, cite the hardship and difficulty of travel, and waive the court appearance. I will review the evidence that exists in your case.
In old cases, frequently any evidence is gone, old witnesses are missing, police officers have retired, and the state essentially has no evidence against you anymore. If so, I can often get the court to dismiss the case entirely. Please call me about your case, and I’ll tell you what I can do to help resolve it.
I am able to clear up old Massachusetts warrants and failure to appear charges for clients across the county, and out of the country. Especially for international clients, a criminal warrant could cause problems the next time you try to enter the county. Call or contact me, and we may be able to resolve the matter by email.
Free Consultation on Failure to Appear / Massachusetts Arrest Warrant Cases
Whether you’ve had a warrant issued for your arrest for failure to appear in court last week, or from ten years ago, it’s always best to deal with it before you’re stopped by the police. Often I can help remove the threat of being arrested and jailed that is hanging over you.
Call me right away about your MA arrest warrant. I’ll give you some straight advice on all the options available to you. Don’t delay. Call me today.
If you are an outstanding arrest warrant in MA, failure to appear, or other criminal legal problem, contact me for a free consultation. Don’t risk your freedom being taken away without using every defense available! By calling, you have nothing to lose. I’ll be happy to talk with you over the phone or meet and discuss your particular case before you decide if you want to hire me.