What Happens Next

If you are taken into custody, you will be forced to appear in court for any proceedings you missed and may be subject to further legal penalties. The longer you attempt to avoid arrest, the more severe your penalties may become. When you voluntarily return to court with legal representation, a judge will most likely look more approvingly upon your case.

An arrest warrant may lead to the following consequences:

  • Criminal Conviction
  • Jail Time
  • Prison Time
  • Severe Fines
  • Probation Time
  • Restricted Parole

By retaining legal counsel and appearing in court, you greatly minimize the potential consequences and repercussions you may have to face. We are here to ensure you receive a positive outcome and that your personal rights are protected.

Have a warrant issued for you? We can help!

At Thomas & Paulk, our years of experience in criminal law and our dedication to our clients have enabled our Tampa lawyers to obtain excellent results in many of the warrant cases we have taken on. When a person has a warrant out in their name, they may be arrested anytime, anywhere. Whether you are at home or driving to work, a police officer may show up prepared to bring you in.

Not only is an arrest embarrassing and frightening, it also interrupts your life–you will be torn from your family, work and friends. Our firm is committed to fighting for individuals who have a warrant out for their arrest, safeguarding their personal rights and their future.

If you are concerned about your future freedoms, contact our firm today at (813) 321-7323 to schedule your initial consultation and take charge.

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4 Benefits of Hiring a Criminal Attorney

  • Guidance

    You may know nothing about the criminal system and may be confused on what to do next. You'll need an attorney who will guide you through the entire process to make things a little easier for you.

  • Relationships

    Our attorneys have been working in the courts for a long time and have developed positive relationships with all the people you may face during your case. This can help improve the position in your case, which can help your outcome.

  • Knowledge

    You won't be able to look into all the possibilities alone. Your criminal attorney is well-versed in criminal law and will be able to provide you with a strong strategy and turn the odds in your favor.

  • Building a Case

    Unlike a prosecutor, a criminal defense attorney will spend the time to build a strong case to help by dismissing your case or reducing the penalties.

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