Celebrity singer and husband to Whitney Houston is wanted for a warrant issued by a judge. Some people think that he is hiding in Los Angeles, California. A Massachusetts judge issued a warrant for the arrest of Bobby Brown after he failed to pay child support. Brown was previously ordered to pay $45,000 in child support to the two teenager children he has from a previous relationship with his former girlfriend, Kim Ward.
The law surrounding warrants in Massachusetts is almost identical to a Los Angeles bench warrant. There are two different ways in which a bench warrant can be issued for the arrest of a person. The first is if a person is wanted for a crime. The judge will issue an arrest warrant. Once that is issued then law enforcement will arrest you and take you into custody. The second way a warrant can be issued is if you were supposed to be in court, or were ordered to do something by a judge and you failed to perform satisfactorily.
A warrant should be cleared as soon as you become aware of one being issued. Otherwise, you might not be able to get the best result on a case. In Los Angeles, a warrant while on probation could harm your chances to have your case expunged after you have completed a grant of probation.
A Los Angeles bench warrant attorney is be able to assist you in getting the warrant recalled and quashed as well as able to help you get a Los Angeles expungement.
If you have been charged or investigated with committing a Los Angeles white-collar fraud or grand theft in Southern California, or if you have a Los Angeles Bench Warrant, please contact Los Angeles criminal defense attorney Michael Kraut for 24/7 assistance by phone at (323) 464-6453 or toll free at (888) 334-6344 or online.