Warrants / Bench Warrants / Failure to Appear
A warrant for your arrest is an extremely stressful situation. At any moment you could be stopped by law enforcement and arrested, throwing your life into chaos. This make every day stressful and tiring. That’s no way to live your life, and you can take steps to lift the weight on your shoulders.
An attorney can help you settle the warrant against you so that you don’t have to live in fear. You may be confused about your situation or unsure of your options, but an experienced lawyer can explain everything to you and answer your questions.
West Chester Active Warrant Attorney
The lawyers at Ciccarelli Law Offices have been serving those faced with criminal charges across Pennsylvania for decades, and they are familiar with all aspects of the court systems. We will be happy to examine your situation and answer any questions that you may have. No matter what you are wanted for, we can aggressively seek out a positive resolution for your situation.
Call us today at (610) 719-3200 to schedule your free consultation. We can analyze the details of your case and help you choose the best way to proceed. Let us help you lift the weight of daily stress from your shoulders and proactively handle this situation as soon as possible. We are proud to represent clients in West Chester, Lancaster, Philadelphia, King of Prussia, and the surrounding areas of Pennsylvania.
Bench Warrants in Pennsylvania
A bench warrant is an order issued by a judge for law enforcement to take you in to custody in order to have you appear in court. These may be issued in a range of scenarios, including:
- Failure to appear at a preliminary hearing
- Failure to pay court-ordered fees
- Failure to complete court-ordered DUI classes or rehabilitation
- Failure to appear at a pre-trial conference
- Failure to appear in court when subpoenaed
This bench warrant can lead to an arrest during a routine traffic stop or any other situation where officers investigate your records. Officers may even report to your work or home to arrest you.
In addition to the original consequences of the initial cause for your warrant, you may now face additional penalties, such as extra fines. In addition, a long-standing warrant may affect your case and its resolution. This makes it imperative that you secure a lawyer as soon as possible if you suspect that there may be a warrant against you.
Finding a Lawyer for a Warrant in Chester County
No matter the circumstances of your warrant, we can take on your challenging situation and aggressively seek out a positive resolution for your situation. Let Ciccarelli Law Offices relieve your stress and take on your defense. We know exactly how to resolve your issue with as smoothly as possible Call us today at (610) 719-3200 to relieve the stress that you’re under.