Old or Outstanding Warrants in Chattanooga, TN
What is an arrest warrant?
In the state of Tennessee, an arrest warrant is simply a document signed
by a judge or court clerk that allows an official to detain the subject
of the warrant. Whether your concern is bail or being in the Just Busted
paper, contact Davis & Hoss, PC today for the legal advice you need
to intelligently and competently handle an old or outstanding arrest warrant
against you in the state of Tennessee.
I have an arrest warrant in Tennessee. What should I do?
If you are the subject of an arrest warrant in the state of Tennessee,
it is crucial that you read the following information.
Do not go and turn yourself in on an outstanding warrant without first
consulting a Chattanooga criminal defense lawyer at Davis & Hoss, PC. Any lawyer would advise their client to have an attorney retained before
turning themselves in at the jail. What happens if they don't let you out?
Strong Defense from a Chattanooga Criminal Defense Attorney
You can have an arrest warrant against you for a variety of offenses —
even something like a missed court date following a traffic ticket. Just
because you forgot a court date or misplaced a summons does not make you
a criminal. If there is a warrant out with your name on it, don't
hesitate to retain legal counsel right away.
Lawyers Lee Davis and Bryan Hoss have been involved in close to 200 trials
in jurisdictions around the country. This level of experience is rare
and gives our firm an invaluable perspective and edge when it comes to
defending clients accused of crimes in Tennessee.
Call Davis & Hoss, PC as soon as you can to discuss your options in a free
case evaluation with one of our experienced criminal defense attorneys.