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Failure to show up in court on your scheduled day may result in a bench warrant. This is usually referred to as a Failure to Appear or FTA. Also, if you received a traffic citation, or were arrested on other charges, and then failed to appear on your scheduled court date, most likely the court has issued a warrant for your arrest. An experienced bench warrant lawyer can file a motion and request that the warrant be withdrawn.

MD Code §5-212

Further, one needs to understand that if you have an active warrant for your arrest, and you come into contact with a police officer who puts your name into a data base, you could be arrested and held until your situation is resolved.

A BENCH WARRANT LAWYER CAN FILE A MOTION TO RECALL YOUR WARRANT

Most of the time, a bench warrant lawyer can do this without the appearance of the client.

You can telephone our office at (240) 705-8960 and speak with an attorney about your bench warrant.

Steven C. Ameche is an experienced criminal defense attorney with concentrations in theft, suspended licenses, shoplifting, burglary, DUI, assault, drug and controlled substances and most felony and misdemeanor offenses. If you would like to talk to a Maryland or Washington, DC bench warrant lawyer about a potential case, call us toll free at (240) 705-8960 for a free consultation. Further, our attorneys have successfully handled all types of criminal law matters. We represent clients throughout Maryland and the District of Columbia. Mr. Ameche is proud to offer his clients over 24 years of experience. Accordingly, our well respected lawyers will try to get the best outcome for your matter. Hence, our goal is simply to achieve the best possible results for each of our clients in every case we handle.

If you have questions about a criminal law case, we can help. Call us at (240) 705-8960, or email us at [email protected], or complete our online contact form and a lawyer will call you back.

All telephone consultations with a bench warrant lawyer are free!