Farmington Hills Arrest Warrant Attorney
Arrest Warrant Defense in Oakland County & All of Michigan Since 2002
Arrest warrants are legal documents which allow law enforcement agencies to arrest the person it names immediately. The state issues the warrant for the person's immediate detention, and an arrest is made from the authorization of the warrant. In the United States, a warrant must be supported by legal documents which show that a person is likely guilty of committing a crime. Often, those who are named on a warrant may not be aware of its existence until they are arrested.
If you are facing the consequences of an arrest warrant, then you need the help of an experienced Farmington Hills arrest warrant attorney—someone like me, Daniel D. Hajji, Attorney at Law. American citizens are protected from unwarranted arrests, and an attorney will examine your situation to determine if your rights were violated. I’ve been defending the residents of Oakland County and surrounding areas since 2002, and I am ready to use my experience to fight for you.
Consultation with a Farmington Hills arrest warrant attorney is free when you call (248) 599-0054. You shouldn’t face an arrest warrant alone, and I am ready to fight for your future.
Difference Between Arrest Warrants & Bench Warrants in MI
Bench warrants differ from arrest warrants because they call a person to appear before a court. So, someone who is facing a bench warrant is no necessarily subject to an arrest. Another difference between these warrants is how quickly authorities act upon arrest warrants. Arrest warrants issued at the request of law enforcement are usually enforced quickly because authorities have a specific plan to carry out the arrest.
Call an Experienced Farmington Hills Warrant Attorney Now at (248) 599-0054
Anyone who is facing an arrest warrant should retain the services of a lawyer as soon as possible. If you decide to continue without an attorney, you are putting yourself at risk. Any statements you make following your arrest can be used against you later in your case. Having an attorney will help you avoid incriminating yourself of a crime you are accused of committing.
Call me today for help before or after the execution of your arrest warrant. I am prepared to help you and will walk you through every step of the process to protect your rights. You should never ignore a warrant and should always seek legal advice when one has been issued with your name on it. I’ve been fighting for clients throughout Michigan since 2002. For the last two decades, I’ve fought to protect the rights of my clients and build a strong case for their defense through every step of a trial.
Call me today to find out how I can fight for you at (248) 599-0054. Consultation is free and 100% confidential.