Delaware Bench Warrant Lawyer
In Delaware, if you have been arrested and fail to carry out all legal obligations related to your arrest, you will have a bench warrant issued for your arrest. Once the bench warrant is issued, if you have any interaction with the police, you will be arrested.
Being arrested in a scenario like that can cause you a significant amount of aggravation. If you have a bench warrant out for your arrest, you need to consult with an Attorney. You have options that can protect you. Without an experienced lawyer, you could be at risk of losing your freedom.
Do not wait to contact a Sussex County, Delaware Defense Lawyer at the Law Offices of Murray, Phillips & Gay if you have a bench warrant, or failure to appear, in Delaware.
Reasons a Bench Warrant is Issued in Delaware
You may have a bench warrant issued for your arrest in Delaware if you:
- Neglect or fail to make a scheduled court or sentencing appearance
- Neglect or fail to pay fines, fees or child support payments
- Violate a court order such as failing to perform community service
Penalties If Arrested Via Bench Warrant
If you are ultimately arrested by police for something unrelated to your bench warrant, you will be taken into custody immediately. For example, if you are pulled over in a routine traffic stop, you will be arrested. You may be held without bail, or you may be released on bail, until your court date. Since you failed to fulfill all legal obligations, the penalties and consequences may be very severe when you go to court.
Your previous criminal history, your record since the initial arrest and other factors will determine what options you have regarding having your charges dismissed or minimized.
Contact A Dover Delaware Criminal Lawyer
Call the best Georgetown, DE Lawyers if you would like to proactively resolve your Delaware bench warrant. The Law Offices of Murray, Phillips & Gay will fight for your rights and attempt to limit or minimize the consequences of your pending charges. Email a Defense Attorney now.
The Law Offices of Murray, Phillips & Gay has offices in Sussex and Kent County Delaware to serve you. Call the Georgetown, Delaware criminal defense office by dialing 302-855-9300. Call Milford at 302-422-9300, and Seaford at 628-9300. Contact Delaware Defense Attorneys through email.
Julianne E. Murray and Ronald D. Phillips are skilled attorneys in the Delaware area. Their practice encompasses many cities in northern, central and southern Delaware. If you are looking for an attorney, the Law Offices of Murray, Phillips & Gay can help you.