Hire an experienced Warrant Removal Lawyer in Marshfield, MA
If you know that you have a Massachusetts Warrant, call Attorney James Hester now for a confidential consultation. He can help you remove your Massachusetts Warrant. In Massachusetts if you do not attend a court date on a criminal case, whether you were aware of that court date or not, a warrant can issue for your arrest. Once a warrant is issued by a court, the case is put on hold until the person returns to the court where the warrant issued and personally appears before the judge to remove the warrant. An outstanding warrant could mean a prosecutor will ask that you be held on bail pending the resolution of your case. If a warrant enters on a criminal case, that warrant remains until it is removed by a judge. Often warrants for arrest are issued and remain in the system for years before they are discovered. Someone who has an active warrant for their arrest from a Massachusetts court can be arrested on that warrant at any time if they encounter the police in any jurisdiction. Additionally, a person with a warrant from a Massachusetts court can be prevented from obtaining or renewing a driver's license, and can be denied Social Security or Medicare benefits until the warrant is removed. Attorney James Hester regularly helps clients deal with warrant removals.
WARRANT REMOVAL RESULTS
Quincy District Court (January 26, 2023)
Client, living in Massachusetts was charged with possession of a class A substance with intent to distribute. He failed to appear and a warrant for his arrest issued. He was in warrant status for 8 months before contacting Attorney Hester. Attorney Hester helped the Client remove the warrant and resolve the case in person.
Dudley District Court. (November 3, 2022)
Client, living in Mississippi was charged with negligent operation of a motor vehicle 20 years ago. He failed to appear, and a warrant issued. Attorney Hester helped the Client remove the warrant and resolve the negligent operation charge via video. The Client never had to appear in Massachusetts.
Dedham District Court (August 3, 2022)
Client, living in Brazil, visited the United States on a Visa. Just before her scheduled return home, she was charged with operating a motor vehicle without a license and operating an unregistered vehicle. The Client did not want a warrant to issue but had to return to Brazil before her Visa expired. She returned home to Brazil before her arraignment date. A warrant did not issue. Attorney Hester was able to get the charges dismissed prior to arraignment. The Client did not have to return to Massachusetts.
Brockton District Court (January 10, 2019)
Client, living in South Carolina, owed money on a criminal docket. The warrant issued 18 years ago. Attorney Hester removed the warrant for the client. The Client paid the outstanding balance and never had to appear in a Massachusetts.
Taunton District Court (January 4, 2019)
Client, living in South Carolina, owed money on a criminal docket. The warrant issued 17 years ago. Attorney Hester removed the warrant for the client. The Client paid the outstanding balance and never had to appear in a Massachusetts.
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