Attorney for Out of State Charges in Alabama

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Because the laws in Alabama could be different than those in your state, it is best to work with a defense attorney who not only lives in Alabama, but also has extensive knowledge and experience defending clients against in the state and federal court systems in Alabama.

At Alabama Criminal Lawyers we offer skilled representation to people from out of state who have been arrested for

Regardless of which type of crime(s) you have been charged with or what type of drugs are involved, at Alabama Criminal Lawyers you will receive the dedication, experienced representation, and clever negotiation skills needed to fight your charges.

We work with a team of experts, investigators, and other professionals when preparing our case to ensure our clients have the strongest defense possible. Contact Alabama Criminal Lawyers today at (205) 981-2450 for a free consultation.

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Contact Us for any Out of State Charge

At Alabama Criminal Lawyers, we understand how overwhelming and downright frightening criminal charges can be, let alone when charged with a crime in another state. We are here to protect your best interest and help you get through this difficult time.

Trust us when we say that we can find innovative and creative ways to defend you against your charges, regardless of how serious they may be or how high the odds are stacked against you. Contact Alabama Criminal Lawyers today at (205) 981-2450 for a free consultation.

What if I have a warrant in Alabama, but live in another state?

If you live in another state and there is a warrant for you in Alabama, the police in your home state can arrest you and transfer you to Alabama. Typically, an arrest warrant allows you to be arrested anywhere in the U.S.

What if I got a DUI in Alabama, but live in another state?

If you were arrested and charged with a DUI in Alabama, your case will continue through the Alabama courts no matter where you live. You will need to travel back for your court dates. Or, a more convenient solution is to hire a local attorney to represent you in court.

If I don't live in Alabama, do I have to go to my court date?

It depends. You may be required to physically appear in court, which would require you to travel from your home state to Alabama. However, when you hire an Alabama criminal defense attorney, your lawyer may be able to represent you in court without you appearing in person.