Arrest Warrants

TRAFFIC OFFENSEThere is never a good or convenient time to be taken into custody on an arrest warrant.

Being pulled out of your car or home at gunpoint, enduring the long-lasting pain, discomfort and humiliation of being handcuffed in front of your children, family or in public is a horrible experience. The expense of having your car towed and your name popping up on the internet only adds to the embarrassment.

If you are concerned that there may be a warrant out for your arrest, you can contact the public counter at the Shasta County Superior Court at 530-410-0090. The clerk will not disclose the amount of the warrant if one exists and will usually advise you to turn yourself in.

Retaining an experienced lawyer such as John M. Kucera, may help you avoid being arrested and being forced to face the expensive proposition of having to post a bail bond. If the bail has been set at a high amount, Mr. Kucera can argue to the court to lower bail and to assist you by prearranging a bail bondsman to secure your release.