Because of the maze of bureaucracies that manage law enforcement and the criminal justice system in New Jersey, many people are living their day to day lives without knowing they have an outstanding warrant.
Some are for relatively minor issues, like driving on a suspended license, while others are more serious. Some are many years old.
What To Expect If You Have An Outstanding Warrant In New Jersey
Regardless of the cause, what everyone living with an outstanding warrant shares is the risk of arrest in any interaction with police.
If you’re pulled over for speeding or interviewed as a witness to a crime, you run the risk of having your information put through a police database and returning the outstanding warrant. You don’t have to live like that.
Outstanding warrants, especially old ones, can be dealt with, and an attorney can help ensure that courts take a friendlier view of the circumstances that may have prevented you from knowing about a warrant, or responding to it.
Contact An Experienced Outstanding Warrant Lawyer In New Jersey
If you’ve discovered you have an old or outstanding warrants for arrest, or just want to take care of a past mistake you’re tired of living with, call attorney Matthew Reisig today at 732-625-9661 for a free consultation anywhere in New Jersey.