Speak with Our Merced Criminal Defense Attorneys Today

If you did not show up in court for an arraignment, pre-trial setting or another mandatory court hearing, your future may be hanging in the balance. Failing to appear in court is a serious matter and should not be taken lightly. A bench warrant for your arrest will most likely be issued for having failed to appear in court.

If you missed your court appearance, you could be facing the following penalties:

  • The forfeiture of your posted bail
  • Revocation of probation
  • Suspension of your driver's license
  • Steep fines

We Are Dedicated to Protecting Your Rights

We, the experienced legal team at Tenenbaum Law Firm, have the legal prowess and insight to protect your rights during this stressful moment. We can carefully review the details of your case during a complimentary evaluation to determine if you missed your hearing for a valid reason, such as a medical emergency.

Regardless of the circumstances surrounding your case, we will do everything in our power to help minimize the damage this kind of charge can bring. Your rights and future are so important to us that we are available 24/7! This is the kind of unparalleled service you can expect from our firm.

Get years of experience on your side!

Considering the seriousness of these cases, time is of the essence. Don't delay. If you are stopped for a traffic violation, an officer can arrest you if there is an existing bench warrant against you.

Find out what two decades of experience can do you for when you call our team . We can help you resolve your failure to appear matter as quickly and effectively as possible.

Merced Criminal Defense Attorney

Office Location:

Tenenbaum Law Firm
800 West 20th Street
Merced, CA 95340
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(209) 384-3000

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