If you or somebody you love has a warrant out for your arrest or if one jurisdiction is seeking your extradition to another jurisdiction, you need to speak to an attorney as soon as possible.
At the Younglove Law Firm, we are experienced and knowledgeable in the area of handling bench warrants and extradition matters.
We understand that these issues can be complicated, but you should not try to handle them yourself.
Let our Phoenix warrant and extradition attorneys get involved as soon as possible so we can communicate with law enforcement authorities and the prosecution to help resolve this matter.
When you have a warrant out for your arrest or are facing extradition, you need an experienced Phoenix criminal defense attorney by your side. The Younglove Law Firm is going to help you through this.
A Phoenix warrants and extradition attorney going to provide valuable services on your behalf when you are facing a serious situation. An attorney will be able to examine the warrant or extradition order against you and will communicate with both law enforcement and prosecutors on your behalf. An attorney can use their resources to:
Judges can order bench warrants for those who, for whatever reason, fail to show up to court. Additionally, a warrant may be issued for your arrest as a result of an investigation conducted by law enforcement officials. If law enforcement officials cannot locate you to execute a warrant, this could result in you being labeled as a fugitive from justice.
Extradition orders will be issued if you have left the state where you are facing criminal charges. This could mean that you have left Arizona after facing charges here, or you are in Arizona and are facing charges in another state. Extradition hearings are the process of transferring an arrested individual from one state to another.
There are various rules that jurisdictions must follow concerning extradition, and the person facing extradition can challenge all of the allegations in the other jurisdiction’s charging document and force them to demonstrate probable cause. Additionally, it may be advisable to waive extradition, which means the defendant allows themselves to be voluntarily transferred to the other jurisdiction.
If you or somebody you care about has a warrant out for your arrest or are facing extradition, do not hesitate to seek an attorney immediately. At the Younglove Law Firm, we understand that these matters can be challenging and confusing to deal with. We regularly handle these cases, and we will not hesitate to get involved on your behalf. When you need a Phoenix warrant and extradition attorney, you can contact us for a confidential consultation of your case by clicking here.