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Warrants Defense in Miami, Broward and Hialeah


If you have an outstanding warrant for your arrest in Florida you must understand that you are constantly living your life at risk of being arrested. Regardless of the circumstances of the charges, a warrant gives law enforcement the right to arrest you at your home, place of work or during a routine traffic stop potentially affecting you and your family in an extremely difficult way.

A warrant is a document signed by a judge that authorizes law enforcement to take a specific action. There are two basic types of warrants other than bench warrants utilized in the state of Florida: arrest warrants and warrants for failure to appear in court (alias capias warrant). If the courts have determined that there is probable cause implicating you for a crime, an arrest warrant is issued. It is considered an outstanding warrant until the police bring you into custody.

Search warrants, similar to arrest warrants, require a supporting affidavit stating the facts that justify the warrant. A search warrant authorizes law enforcement to search a person or specific property (such as a home, vehicle, or cellular phone) for evidence that has been or is likely to be used during the commission of a crime.

Defense and Support for Warrants

The best path to resolving a warrant is to hire an experienced attorney that can challenge the warrant. There are actions and strategies that we can utilize to help mitigate the negative impact having a warrant issued. Dependent upon the circumstances we may be able to resolve a warrant without you and your family experiencing the trauma of being arrested.

Contact a Miami Criminal Defense Attorney Today

If you have an outstanding Warrant in Florida, it is important to seek a Criminal Defense Attorney immediately. Contact Miami Criminal Defense Attorney Adam K. Goodman to learn about your options during a free consultation. As a Hialeah Criminal Defense Attorney, Adam K. Goodman will aggressively fight for you and defend your constitutional rights. Adam K. Goodman maintains the ideal that relationships matter, which has earned him respect amongst prosecutors and judiciary. This leads to results for you, the client.  

As a former Miami prosecutor and Chief of Litigation, Adam K. Goodman has the experience and knowledge to defend your case. Contact The Law Office of Adam K. Goodman at (305) 482-3265 or (954) 695-5126 today for all of your Broward County, Palm Beach, Monroe, or Miami Criminal Defense needs.