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Many people have no idea there is a warrant out for their arrest. This can be a scary situation when they are confronted by the police. Raleigh and Durham criminal defense attorney Randy Griffin covers this in his latest video, and we wanted to recap that here.
It’s possible to find out if you have an outstanding warrant by going to the Magistrates Office. Just be forewarned that if you go to the Magistrate’s Office they may arrest you on the spot if you do have a warrant.
The best way to know if you have an outstanding warrant is to contact our criminal defense attorney office in Raleigh or Durham. We will check for you, and there’s no need to be scared you may be arrested by us. We will help you if you do have a warrant. This is why most people do come to us.
A few reasons you may have an outstanding warrant are:
If you’ve done one of these, it’s likely you have a warrant out for your arrest.
You should call us immediately to see, so we can come up with a plan on how to proceed. You can try to hide, but it will only hurt you in the long run.
For more information about warrants, watch this video where criminal defense attorney Randy Griffin explains more about it.
#FreeAdviceFriday – On today's episode, Attorney Randy Griffin explains how warrants can be issued for even being late to court and how you can check to see if you have an outstanding warrant.
Posted by Frasier & Griffin PLLC on Friday, December 7, 2018
You can schedule a free consultation with us to find out if you have an outstanding warrant. It only takes a few minutes, and we’ll be able to advise what you should do in the situation you’re currently in. In order to schedule a free consultation with our Durham and Raleigh criminal defense attorney office, call us at (919) 680-4039.
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