Resolving Bench Warrant Issues in Oakland County
Criminal Defense Attorney
If a bench warrant has been issued against you, don't make the mistake of thinking you can ignore it or that it will expire. Bench warrants do not expire or simply go away.
In the state of Michigan, if a person fails to answer a citation or attend a court hearing—perhaps in relation to their probation order—the court can notify Michigan's Secretary of State (SOS) about the person's failure to appear in court and their driver's license can be suspended as a result. This frequent occurrence often leaves people feeling powerless and without much hope.
Bench warrant issues are best—and more quickly—resolved with the help of an Oakland criminal defense attorney who has the legal prowess to make your outstanding bench warrant a thing of the past.
Why hire Long Law PLLC?
Having a bench warrant issued against you is a serious matter that can have serious and consequences, such as suddenly losing your driving privileges.
If you currently find yourself facing this complicated legal matter, Attorney Emily Long from Long Law PLLC can help. Her criminal defense firm has helped clear the names of many Michiganders who have found themselves facing criminal charges.Don't let an outstanding bench warrant impact the rest of your life.
Attorney Emily Long may be able to resolve your bench warrant matter and have your driver's license reinstated. She is a accomplished and aggressive advocate who is fearless when it comes to fighting for her clients in court. In fact, she has
tried more than 50 cases to verdict and knows how to win.
Get Back on Track
If you or someone you know would like to address an outstanding bench warrant and have lost their driver's license, or other privileges, as a result, seek the help of Long Law PLLC as soon as possible. Ms. Long can review the details of your case and explain your legal options through a free case evaluation.
Turn your bench warrant case over to Long Law PLLC for the individualized attention and
relentless legal representation it deserves.
Contact Long Law PLLC today!