Massachusetts Old Warrant Removal Attorney

If you need to remove an outstanding or old warrant issued by a court, our firm will provide you with fast and effective legal representation in order to resolve the issue. Having a Massachusetts Warrant issued for your arrest is a serious matter that should be dealt with immediately.  It is important to speak with a criminal lawyer when clearing up an outstanding warrant in Massachusetts.  An attorney will be able to speak with the court and the prosecution prior to having their client appear at the courthouse in front of a judge.

Why Do I Have a Warrant in Massachusetts?

In Massachusetts, courts often issue warrants for the following reasons:

  • missed court appearances;
  • missed or late court payments;
  • missed or late probation fees;
  • violations of conditions of probation.

Often times, old warrants will go unnoticed for years. Frequently, one learns of a warrant when he or she goes to renew a driver’s license, get a new job, or fills out an application. Also, individuals who have moved out of state may learn of a warrant in Massachusetts if their home state has placed a “hold” on their license until the Massachusetts issue is resolved.

Prompt Warrant Removal Legal Representation

If you or a loved one has an outstanding warrant in Massachusetts, contact Caselden Law to speak with an experienced Boston Warrant Removal Attorney about your case.  We offer free and confidential case quotes and are available to speak with you around the clock. Our criminal defense firm understands the importance of quick action when it comes to removing bench or default warrants.  We handle all criminal cases on a flat-fee basis.

Our Cambridge, MA law firm is available to represent you on short notice and will quickly & effectively advise you as to the best way to proceed when dealing with an outstanding warrant.

Old Default Warrants in Massachusetts

One of the most common types of warrants that are issued by judges in Massachusetts is a default warrant.  In Massachusetts, a default warrant is issued when an individual does not appear in court for a scheduled date. If the defendant is not present, the judge will likely issue a default warrant for his or her arrest.  Notably, it is common for individuals to be unaware of an old warrant in Massachusetts for years before it causes an issue.

If a an arrest warrant is issued in your name, it is very important to speak with a Boston criminal defense lawyer about your case as soon as possible. Old warrants that remain outstanding may lead to:

While a defendant may in fact have good reason for missing a criminal court appearance, such as being unaware of the date, the court will generally issue the warrant if the message does not reach the judge or the judge finds that the excuse is insufficient.  Regardless of the reason that you missed a court date or scheduled payment, it is vital to address the issue with legal counsel and the applicable court as soon as possible – delay simply puts you at risk of being arrested and transported to the courthouse by the police.

Massachusetts Warrant Removal Law Firm

At Caselden Law, we work tirelessly to ensure that our client’s rights are protected when going through the warrant removal process.  In addition to representing you on your Motion to Recall Warrant in front of the judge, we will also see the underlying criminal case through to the end.  Through our hard-work and superior legal knowledge, Caselden law has provided outstanding results to clients facing criminal charges and outstanding warrants throughout the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

Regardless of your legal situation, we will carefully construct a well-designed legal defense strategy that is specifically tailored to meet the circumstances of your warrant recall case.  As a client of our law firm, your Boston criminal defense attorney will analyze every aspect of your case and will draft well-crafted Motions and other pleadings to be tactfully presented to the judge.

In addition to handling warrant cases that have recently been issued, our firm has vast experience handling warrants for out-of-state residents who no longer live in Massachusetts and cases involving old warrants that were issued many years ago.

If you are seeking to remove an arrest warrant in Massachusetts, Contact Caselden Law to speak with an experienced Boston outstanding warrant lawyer about your situation.  We are available to speak with you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

We Handle All Warrant Removal Cases on a Flat-Fee Basis. 

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