Arrest warrants are issued in a very wide range of circumstances and there is no single situation in which this takes place. An arrest warrant may have been issued against you for a failure to attend court or perhaps you have absconded from custody or failed to answer bail.
What should I do about an arrest warrant issued in Scotland?
If an arrest warrant is issued against you, this is a very serious matter and will mean that the police are actively looking for you. The warrant gives them the legal power to arrest you, so it is important that, if you think a warrant may exist, you seek expert legal advice as soon as possible.
Here at McGovern Court Lawyers, we can help you. We regularly assist people with outstanding arrest warrants against them. We can help you ensure that the police follow the correct procedure in relation to your arrest warrant and treat you correctly. McGovern Court Lawyers will always fight for your best interests and ensure that your rights are properly protected.
If an arrest warrant is outstanding against you, it is paramount for you to contact us straight away. We can speak to the police on your behalf, find out the exact circumstances in which the arrest warrant was granted, and ensure that the police follow proper procedure when dealing with you.
Contact McGovern Arrest Warrant Lawyers - Whenever and wherever you need help
If you are worried about a warrant against you, please contact us without delay. We are available 24/7 on 01698 442 796, or you can use the online contact form via the website. The sooner that you contact us, the sooner that we can help you.
Whether you are from Airdrie, Bellshill, Coatbridge, East Kilbride, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Hamilton, Lanark, Motherwell, Wishaw or throughout Scotland, McGovern Court Lawyers will be happy to represent you.