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Have a Warrant Out for Your Arrest? Be Careful Driving!!

Jul 7 | 2016  by

Last month, the United States Supreme Court decided the case of Utah v. Strieff. The Court determined that evidence found after illegal stops may be used in the court if the officers conducted their searches after learning that the defendants had outstanding arrest warrants. If you have warrants out for your arrest, take extra care when you are driving on the road. Better yet, give the criminal law experts at Fausone & Grysko, PLC a call, and we can help you take care of those outstanding warrants and resolve any legal problems you might have with the criminal justice system.

Do you have a criminal warrant outstanding for your arrest on a traffic ticket? Misdemeanor? Felony? If so, call Fausone & Grysko, PLC today for a consultation (248) 380-0000.