MARIETTA CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEY
If there is an arrest warrant out for your arrest, you can spend each and every day looking over your shoulder and living with the fear that the police could show up at your door seeking your detainment. Running from the law is not a way to live. The emotional and financial consequences of evading an arrest warrant can leave you in a comprised position. Running from law enforcement is never the right thing to do, even if you think it seems like the best idea at the time. It is understandable if you are afraid to face consequences that might be awaiting you, but it is easier to seek leniency from prosecutors and law enforcement when you are cooperative.
WAS AN ARREST WARRANT ISSUED?
If you need assistance with a warrants matter, you should make immediate contact with a criminal lawyer in Marietta to begin the process of resolution. In the state, the main forms of warrants are bench warrants, search warrants, warrants of attachment and arrest warrants. If you are suspected of committing a crime when police were not present to observe, law enforcement officers will consult with a District Attorney about your case.
If there a reasonable suspicion exists that you committed a crime – known as probable cause – the DA and police will seek an arrest warrant from a judge. If the judge concurs on probable cause and issues a warrant, police will have the right to arrest you and will seek your detainment. Even if you feel you are innocent of any crime you may be accused of, your best course of action it to remain calm, keep silent, and cooperate with police. Then make swift contact with a Marietta criminal attorney who can help you through the criminal defense process. We understand you are frightened and concerned and that you need trusted help.
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