Arrest Warrants

Arrest Warrants
If you or a loved one has an outstanding arrest warrant anywhere in the state of New Hampshire, you have options! There is no reason to live in fear of the day that the police show up at your home or place of work. Attorneys Jim Reis and Kevin O'Keefe have represented hundreds of defendants with outstanding warrants, and will explore every possible way to keep you out of jail. It is simply too risky to sit back and wait for the police to come after you. Serving search warrants and arrest warrants can be a danger to anyone in the area. Tensions are high and simply put; everyone is at risk of being in the line of fire. This can all be prevented though by contacting an experienced criminal lawyer. In many cases, we can file a motion to withdraw the outstanding warrant. If the judge grants the motion we can set a court date and litigate the case.
Even if you have missed a court date and have had an outstanding bench warrant for weeks, months, or even years, we can help. Even if you have already tried unsuccessfully to file a pro se motion on your own to vacate the warrant or the prosecutor objected to vacating the warrant, we can still file our own motion to quash your warrant. In the past, Jim and Kevin has successfully filed motions to withdraw warrants in cases including traffic violations, drug offenses, misdemeanors, and even felonies. There is simply no reason to wait for police to find you or a loved one. Outstanding arrest warrants do not simply disappear after a certain amount of time, no matter how minor your case may be. Even a traffic violation or minor drug possession arrest warrant will stay in the system forever. In addition, anyone stopped on a traffic violation or involved in an auto accident will be subject to a search incident to arrest by police officer on the scene. Do not take the risk of being arrested at an inopportune time, and call our firm today for a free consultation.

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Kevin O'Keefe has represented thousands of clients in all areas of criminal law. Before establishing Reis & O'Keefe, Kevin was an attorney with the New Hampshire Public Defender.
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James Reis started out at the New Hampshire Public Defender in 2000. Throughout the years, Jim has steadfastly protected the rights of nearly four thousand clients.
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