If you know that you have a Massachusetts Warrant you need to speak with a Massachusetts Warrant Attorney. Attorney Patrick Donovan helps clients remove all types of Massachusetts Warrants.
What is a warrant? A warrant is an order by a judge that allows police officers to arrest a person on-site. In Massachusetts, there are two types of warrants, straight warrants, and default warrants. A straight warrant is the same as an arrest warrant. A default warrant happens when a person does not appear in court or fails to pay a fine.
Remove Your Massachusetts Default Warrant
You don’t want to have an active Massachusetts warrant against you. There are many consequences to having an active Massachusetts warrant. For instance, police could arrest you at any time. Anyone arrested with a warrant cannot be bailed at the police station. If arrested on a Massachusetts warrant the person must be brought into court, which means that bail will not be set at the police station. Second, while the Massachusetts default warrant is active a person’s driver’s license will be suspended. If that person is stopped while driving he or she will not only be arrested but also charged with driving with a suspended license. Third, any benefits a person receives from the government will cease while the Massachusetts warrant is active.
Effects of a Massachusetts warrant on out of state residents
Massachusetts warrants affect out-of-state residents. Eventually, your driver’s license will either become suspended or it will not renew. Benefits will cease. Having a default warrant can also affect entry into the country.
Do I have to come back to Massachusetts to remove the warrant?
That depends on the case. However, many times the client does not have to appear and the case may even be dismissed without the client ever having to come to court. If you are not living in Mass. call and speak with a Massachusetts Warrant Attorney to learn more.
Warrant Removal Results
Massachusetts Warrant Attorney Patrick Donovan has worked with people from New Hampshire, Florida, Michigan, Idaho, California, Texas, Washington, Nebraska, and Georgia in removing their Massachusetts default warrants.
Client defaulted on a 1989 DUI criminal case. Then the client moved to Texas and contacted Massachusetts Warrant Attorney Patrick Donovan. Attorney Donovan removed the Massachusetts warrant. Finally, the case was dismissed.
Client, a college student studying criminal justice, had a default warrant for a driver’s license case. The warrant was removed. Then, the case was dismissed prior to the arraignment. Ultimately, nothing went on the client’s criminal record.
Massachusetts Warrant Attorney Donovan removed a default warrant for a client from Texas for a past Operating Under the Influence. Then, the warrant was recalled and the client was able to get his license reinstated.
Massachusetts Warrant Attorney Patrick Donovan removed an old default warrant for a client from Florida. Also, the Client never had to appear in a Massachusetts Court and the case was dismissed for $200 in court costs.
Massachusetts Warrant Attorney Patrick Donovan removed an old default warrant for a client from Washington state. Then the case was dismissed for $100. The client never had to appear in Roxbury Court.
Massachusetts Warrant Attorney Patrick Donovan removed a default warrant for a client from Albany, NY. Client never had appeared in Hingham Court. Case Dismissed.
Massachusetts Warrant Attorney
Massachusetts Warrant Attorney Patrick T. Donovan has represented clients who have had warrants issued against them from courts in Boston and throughout the state of Massachusetts. Also, Attorney Patrick T. Donovan fights for the best possible outcome for each and every one of his clients.
Attorney Donovan uses his prior knowledge as an Assistant District Attorney to his clients’ advantage. Ultimately building the strongest case possible for every single one of his clients.
Call Boston Criminal Attorney Patrick T. Donovan today for your free consultation at (617)479-1800!
Attorney Donovan offers free consultations. And, his office is conveniently located in Quincy close to route 93. Also, Quincy Criminal Attorney Donovan offers both evening and weekend consultations. Call attorney Patrick Donovan at (617) 479-1800 for your free consultations.
CALL THE LAW OFFICE OF PATRICK T. DONOVAN TODAY FOR YOUR FREE INITIAL CONSULTATION AT (617) 479-1800.