What Should I Do If I Have A Warrant?

If you are questioning whether authorities in Maryland have a warrant for your arrest, the stress and concern can be exhausting. Or perhaps you missed a court date, and know for a fact that a warrant exists, but you are unsure of how to proceed. Either way, seeking the advice of an experienced criminal defense attorney now can be extremely beneficial.

Think of the situation in this way — would you like to rid yourself of the fears associated with the warrant and have some control over the circumstances involved when you report to authorities? With representation from The Wiggs Law Group, you can avoid police coming to your home to arrest you or a traffic stop that leads to your arrest.

Don't Put Your Career Or Education At Risk. Get Help Now.

With our guidance, we can help increase the chances of a judge setting a reasonable bond so that you can continue your work or your education. Contact us and we can answer your questions about how long authorities may detain you, and the potential amount of the bond in your criminal case. This way, you can be prepared and work toward the best possible outcome in your case, given the circumstances.

High-Quality And Affordable Attorneys Available To Help

The Wiggs Law Group in Prince George's County offers high-quality legal representation at affordable rates. In addition, our firm offers flexible payment plans and appointments.

Contact us at 240-545-5544 or email the firm to schedule a free initial consultation to discuss your individual circumstances with one of our experienced lawyers.