Worried about a warrant for your arrest? Call our office to have your warrant recalled.
Avoid jail and stop worrying about being rearrested just because you have a warrant for your arrest. Being wanted by the police usually ends in another arrest at a most inconvenient time.
A case is removed from the court’s calendar after a court issues a misdemeanor warrant. There are ways to have the violation recalled. The case must be re-calendared and a request made to the court to recall the transgression.
A misdemeanor warrant can be recalled (quashed) by having it put on calendar. The process to have a warrant issued for a probation violation can be much more difficult to get recalled.
Misdemeanor warrant’s are recalled by licensed attorneys. Sworn officers of the court have the authority to appear in someone else’s place. They are required to make all court appearances with a criminal client even if the client fails to make an appearance.
In order to have a case rescheduled, it is necessary to know your case number and the courthouse where your case was scheduled. Other things to know include; the original charges, reason the warrant was issued, and the amount of bail required to post. All of this information is necessary when you are seeking to find someone to represent your case and defend your rights.
When someone hires an attorney to have their misdemeanor warrant recalled, the attorney must continue representing that person throughout the entirety of their case. Although the misdemeanor warrant is recalled, the original case continues on at whatever stage it was when it was issued. If it was issued because someone missed a trial date, after recall, a new trial date will be scheduled. Remember, also that once it is recalled, that person can plead guilty to end their case.
If it was issued because of a probation violation, an attorney can appear and talk to the judge about reinstating their probation after the misdemeanor warrant is recalled.
Be aware, that you may also be facing additional charges. Sometimes a prosecutor in a misdemeanor case will add a new charge for failure to appear even if the warrant is recalled.
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