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  • Why Not All Arrests Lead to Convictions
    Why Not All Arrests Lead to Convictions

    Were you recently arrested in Orange County or anywhere else in California? If so, you may be very nervous right now. What will happen? Will you be locked away for years? Will you have to pay ...

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  • What if I Fail to Appear in Court?
    What if I Fail to Appear in Court?

    Court is not a fun place to be, not for most people. It’s right up there with hospitals and dentists. If the thought of going to court makes you nervous or squeamish, unfortunately you have to grin ...

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  • How Do I Find Out if I Have a Warrant?
    How Do I Find Out if I Have a Warrant?

    An arrest warrant is filed against an individual by a judge on behalf of the State of California. Warrants can be filed by the traffic department for a traffic-related offense or by the criminal ...

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  • Failure to Appear in Orange County
    Failure to Appear in Orange County

    What is a failure to appear under California law? Remember when the peace officer handed you a ticket and asked you to sign it? By signing the ticket, you promised to appear in court (called an ...

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  • Arrest Warrants in Orange County
    Arrest Warrants in Orange County

    What is an arrest warrant? It’s an official court document that a judge signs, authorizing the police to arrest the person named in the warrant. There are different ways that a warrant can be issued: ...

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  • Can I Bring My Children to Court?
    Can I Bring My Children to Court?

    If you were recently arrested for a crime in Orange County, California, you can expect to attend a series of court appearances. Unfortunately, court appearances are not “optional.” So, if you have ...

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