If you failed to appear in the Municipal Court for North Las Vegas then the Judge will order a Bench Warrant for your arrest. In some cases, a bench warrant can be issued if you failed to comply with a court order or were otherwise non-compliant on other court-ordered arrangements.
After the bench warrant is signed, the court will set a cash bail or bond amount. The court might also suspend your driver's license pending the resolution of the case. The warrants are often served by the North Las Vegas Marshal.
Alternatively, if you failed to appear for a traffic citation, then the court can issue a Failure to Appear Warrant. The failure to appear warrant adds a new charge of Failure to Appear to the original charge with an additional fine of $307. The new charge is entered before the person has the hearing arraignment. Additionally, the court can suspend the driver's license.
Contact a criminal defense attorney at Gallo Law Office to resolve a warrant. Attorney James Gallo is experienced in resolving warrants issued by the North Las Vegas Municipal Court Warrant Office. Call to find out how to clear a warrant issued by the North Las Vegas Justice Court or the North Las Vegas District Court.
Warrants Kept by the North Las Vegas Police Department
Chapter 10.60.10 of the North Las Vegas Police Department Policy Manual sets out the duties for the North Las Vegas Police Department (NLVPD) as it relates to warrants in North Las Vegas. Under these rules, the NLVPD will provide accountability and safekeeping of North Las Vegas Justice Court and District Court warrants housed at the NLVPD Records Division, Customer Service Bureau.
The North Las Vegas Police Department will provide a 24 hour point of contact for confirmation of North Las Vegas Justice Court and District Court warrants. When the North Las Vegas Municipal Court warrant section is unavailable, the NLVPD/DC will provide confirmation for North Las Vegas Municipal Court warrants.
Warrant in North Las Vegas - Visit the website of the City of North Las Vegas Municipal Court to perform a Court Case Search. Search court cases in the North Las Vegas Municipal Court system. Search by a person's name. A warrant issued in the Municipal Court in North Las Vegas can be found in the Warrant Division. Juvenile court cases in North Las Vegas are not accessible on the web site. Use the Municipal Court Case Search web site to find Online Payment information using a Last Name, First Name, Ticket Number, Case Number, or DL Number.
Frequently Asked Questions on Warrants in North Las Vegas - Visit the website fo the City of North Las Vegas to find frequently asked questions about warrant issued by the municipal court. Find information on how to resolve a warrant, setting a court date, posting bail for someone else, failure to comply with a court order, and failure to appear for a traffic citation.
Attorney for Warrants in North Las Vegas
If you believe a warrant was issued for any traffic, misdemeanor or felony case by the North Las Vegas Municipal Court, the North Las Vegas Justice Court or the North Las Vegas District Court then contact Attorney James Gallo.
Many people contact our firm after discovering that they hve a traffic warrant for unpaid parking fines or moving violations. More serious cases include misdemeanor or felony warrants issued in Clark County, NV. Call today to find out what an experienced attorney for warrants in Las Vegas can do to help you clear the warrant. Whether your warrant is for afailure to appear in court or extradition from another state for a felony warrant, hiring an experienced attorney is important.