Pulling A Warrant
Pulling a warrant requires that an attorney enter on the underlying case that you were originally charged with. There is NO WAY to simply pull the warrant and not service the original charge for you. Every single person at our office can explain this more in detail to you. If you explore this website you will see that there are many types of warrants. Our $149 starting point offers you the best dependable attorneys in the state of Missouri for a matter that started out as a stop sign ticket, speeding ticket, failure to register, no proof of insurance, or something like that. Obviously misdemeanor and felony warrants are very different animals
The most common type of warrant is a warrant for failure to appear in court. This can happen if you get a ticket and forget to pay it by the assigned court date. It can also happen if you have already entered a plea on a charge and missed a pay date or failed to comply with some other requirement of the court when you were supposed to.
Often times, if you are facing a failure to appear or comply warrant, our office can have that warrant recalled by entering as the attorney on your case and requesting that the court recall the warrant. There are exceptions to this, as every court has different procedural requirements, but our experienced attorneys and staff can find out the best and most convenient method for clearing up your warrant and will help you through that process every step of the way. Please contact us to find out more.
If you are wanted for questioning it is extremely important that you consult with an attorney before turning yourself in. Our attorneys know how to help walk you through this process to insure that you do not inadvertently incriminate yourself or make the process more difficult than it needs to be. We will be with you every step of the way.
Police officers who have brought you in for questioning don't always read you your rights. Before going in, our attorneys will meet with you to discuss your rights and to help compose a written statement that invokes your right to remain silent to be given to the police. This written record protects your rights and lets officers know that you won't be speaking to them at all without an attorney present.
When you go in to meet with the officers, our attorneys can go with you to insure that your rights aren't violated
Contact our office right away for help in dealing with this complicated process.
If you are facing a warrant on a felony charge, our attorneys can help assess your case and, if possible, assist you in getting a reduction in bond once we have entered as your attorney. Your chances of getting a bond reduction vary greatly depending on the severity of the offense, your personal criminal history, and a number of other factors.
Our attorneys have a great deal of experience in handling felony cases and will do everything in our power to reach the most favorable outcome possible. Please contact us to find out more.