December 8, 2008 By Wallin & Klarich

For Rapper DMX, rehab does not halt court proceedings.

Admitting yourself into a rehab facility will not halt court proceedings and could result in a bench or arrest warrant being issued against you. Such is the case with rapper DMX. Once again he was a no-show to court today because he admitted himself to an undisclosed residential rehabilitation center. The presiding judge issued a bench warrant for DMX’s arrest and raised the bond to $120,000 cash. The 37-year-old is facing charges of drug possession, identity theft and animal cruelty stemming from three felony arrests.

If you are being prosecuted for any type of case, and you fail to appear in court after a mandatory appearance, the judge will most likely issue a warrant against you. Wallin and Klarich has been successful in having our client’s presence in court waived due to medical conditions or hospitalizations. Before you consider skipping out on your court appearance consult with a California criminal defense lawyer and knowledgeable firm such as Wallin & Klarich that will always provide you with the best advice for your situation. Call us at 888-749-0034 and visit us at

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