California Drunk Driving Defense Lawyers
Bench Warrant Arrests ● Failure to Appear
When a person is scheduled to appear in court, it is a requirement that they appear, not a request. Failure to appear for any court proceeding, including arraignment and sentencing, can result in the court issuing a bench warrant for your arrest. Failure to pay a fine can also result in a bench warrant. This warrant gives law enforcement the right to immediately arrest you and take you into custody. A bench warrant can result in harsher penalties than you faced originally. If you believe a bench warrant has been issued for your arrest in relation to DUI/DWI charges, get in touch with an experienced attorney as soon as possible.
Contact an experienced DWI/DUI law attorney at 408-275-9800 to discuss defending against bench warrant arrests. Our office accepts all major credit cards and payment plans.
Whether a bench warrant has been issued because you forgot to appear in court, or you did not have enough money to pay your fine in a timely manner, we can help. At the law firm of Roberts & Elliott, LLP, we have more than 25 years of experience standing up for the rights of people charged with Drunk Driving DUI/DWI and related offenses. We are ready to put our knowledge and experience to work for you.
A bench warrant being issued against you for failure to appear in court or failure to pay your fine is a serious matter. We are serious attorneys, ready to take the steps necessary to defend you against drunk driving charges and related warrants for your arrest.
We are available to assist clients in San Jose, California, and the surrounding cities, including Palo Alto, Mountain View, and Santa Clara. We are dedicated to helping you. For more information about bench warrants, contact us at 408-275-9800 to schedule a consultation with an experienced drunk driving defense lawyer. We handle both felony and misdemeanor DUIs.
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We want you to feel confident you hired the right lawyer to represent you and answer your questions about California DUI laws and the DMV hearing process. For that reason, we invite you to schedule a free confidential consultation with our experienced DMV hearing lawyer by calling us at 408-275-9800 , e-mailing us , or filling out our intake form on our Contact Us page.
You can also obtain some general information about criminal law, including the DMV hearing, by visiting our criminal Information page. We are here to help you.