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Pinellas County Bench Warrant Attorneys

St. Pete and Clearwater Arrest Warrant Lawyers

A bench warrant may be issued for your arrest if you fail to appear in court for a scheduled appearance, if you fail to pay a court-ordered fine, or if you fail to meet any other requirements set forth by the court. Probation violations and the failure to pay child support may be additional reasons that a bench warrant will be issued in your name. Once a judge signs a bench warrant, law enforcement is authorized to arrest you on sight. You may be pulled over for a minor traffic offense and end up being arrested because of an outstanding warrant. Law enforcement may also come to your home or office and arrest you.

For more detailed information about warrants and how an attorney can help you, we recommend that you visit our Florida Bench Warrant site. We have also included some basic information on this page for your convenience.

Criminal Defense Lawyers in Clearwater, Florida

To find out what can be done if there is a bench or arrest warrant currently issued in your name, you can consult a criminal defense attorney at Finebloom & Haenel. We are experienced in handling these matters and can work to ensure that you are not taken into custody. The wrong thing to do is ignore the situation. It is better to consult a lawyer as soon a possible and confront it head on. In fact, your willingness to proactively handle the situation can work in your favor in court.

Our attorneys represent clients in bench warrant and arrest warrant matters throughout all of Pinellas County, Florida. We have offices located in Clearwater (satellite Office) and can meet with you to discuss your situation during a free initial evaluation.

Contact a Pinellas County warrant attorney at our firm today!

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