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Bench Warrants & Your Rights
Bench Warrants & Your Rights

Having a warrant out for your arrest is no laughing matter. This experience can be very frightening and stressful, especially if you are not sure why there is a warrant for your arrest. There are different types of warrants, but one of the most common is known as a “bench ...

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