Las Vegas Warrants
If you have a bench warrant in Las Vegas or an arrest warrant in Las Vegas, Henderson, or North Las Vegas, you can quash your warrants by having the Law Office of Daniel Page, quash or recall your warrant today. Las Vegas Warrant Attorney Daniel Page can recall most warrants in a matter of hours. Our office is located in Las Vegas, Nevada – and that gives us the advantage in solving your warrant problems.
Las Vegas Warrant Attorney
Warrant Attorney Daniel Page works with each client and can represent you in the underlying case that led to the warrant being issued in the first place. Don’t take a chance and represent yourself on a warrant in Las Vegas – call Attorney Daniel Page and find out how he can help you resolve your Las Vegas arrest warrant or bench warrant at 702 685 3535.
More about Las Vegas Warrants
What exactly is a bench warrant? A bench warrant in Las Vegas is an order that is issued by the court or a judge and it is similar to an arrest warrant. The purpose of a bench warrant is to apprehend and detain a person who has failed to appear in court for a pending action. When a bench warrant is issued for a person, law enforcement has the right to immediately arrest the person wherever that person is located. Bench warrants can be issued when a person fails to appear in court for a criminal or civil proceeding. When a person is arrested on a bench warrant, he or she is usually held in jail until bail can be posted and then brought to court.
Find out how bench warrant lawyer Daniel Page can start the process of recalling your Las Vegas arrest or bench warrant. Call us for a free consultation at 702 685 3535
What is Failure to Appear? (FTA)
If you have been ordered to appear in court on a criminal case or traffic ticket, failing to do so will result in a bench warrant and severe consequences. A failure to appear in Court may subject you to additional fines and costs, suspension of your driver’s license and a warrant for your arrest.
In order to have your license reinstated, you must first obtain a clearance from the court that issued your failure to appear. There is immediate help available if you have failed to appear in court. Las Vegas warrant attorney Daniel Page works quickly to help clients who have missed their court appearances in Las Vegas, North Las Vegas, and Henderson obtain a clearance and get out of warrant. Attorney Daniel Page can also help you if you failed to appear in Goodsprings, Searchlight, Mesquite, and many other cities in Clark County. There are effective strategies available and he can help you to obtain your Failure to Appear or FTA clearance today.
Don’t ignore your failure to appear, call FTA Attorney Daniel Page now, and take charge of your future at 702 685 3535 and find out how he can help you!
More about Failure to Appear Laws in Las Vegas
Failure to appear (FTA) is a legal term that is used to describe action taken against a person who has failed to appear in a criminal or traffic court at a set date and time. Failure to appear is considered an infraction and it is a crime. When a person fails to appear in court for a pending proceeding, a bench warrant can be issued in his or her name. If a court has issued a failure to appear in a traffic matter, the chances are that court notified the Nevada Department of Vehicles (DMV) and requested that your license or your registration be suspended. In many cases, if you don’t resolve a failure to appear, not only will your license or registration be suspended but you may have a warrant issued as well.
What it Failure to Pay? (FTP)
If you have already plead in your criminal case or traffic ticket, and the Court has set up a payment plan for you, failure to make timely payments will result in the Court issuing a bench warrant, which has the same consequences as a failure to appear bench warrant. No matter what your reason is for not paying, if you failed to pay without taking any action, a warrant will be issued (the length of time varies depending on the court). Failure to Pay Attorney Daniel Page can help you obtain a Failure to Pay clearance and get you back on payments. In some cases, Attorney Daniel Page can still work on getting the citation off your record.
Call FTP Attorney Daniel Page today at 702 685 3535 and find out how Las Vegas Warrant Attorney Daniel Page can help you today.
Do You Have a Warrant?
In some cases, Attorney Daniel Page can still work on getting the citation off your record. If you have a bench warrant or an arrest warrant, you need to retain the services of a skilled traffic ticket lawyer. Las Vegas criminal defense attorney Daniel Page works hard helping his clients resolve their warrants in Las Vegas area courts.
Recalling the Warrant
- If you have received a warrant, we can file a motion to recall it today.
- Once the warrant has been recalled, in most cases we can start over on your case and work to keep the citations off your driving record.
- Our rates to recall Las Vegas Warrants is extremely competitive, and our assistance is professional and personalized.
Convenient Downtown Service
Our office is located in Las Vegas. Because of our convenient location, we can often offer same-day service to recall your warrant and begin to address the issues that led to the warrant.
Once your warrant is recalled, we will advise you on how to proceed. Depending on whether you received your ticket in the Las Vegas Municipal Court, Las Vegas Justice Court, or in any one of the other cities that make up Clark County, Las Vegas Warrant Attorney Daniel Page will provide you with information to help you take appropriate steps. Contact the Law Office of Daniel Page today at 702 685 3535
In some cases, Attorney Daniel Page can still work on getting the citation off your record. If you have a bench warrant or an arrest warrant, you need to retain the services of a skilled traffic ticket lawyer. Las Vegas criminal defense attorney Daniel Page works hard helping his clients resolve their warrants in Las Vegas area