Do You have any Outstanding Warrants for Your Arrest?

There are a number of minor offenses, along with the more serious ones, that can cause a warrant to be issued for your arrest. Neglecting to pay parking tickets can lead to a warrant. A simple bookkeeping mistake made by a secretary at the courthouse may be the culprit, or the warrant may be due to your failure to appear for a court date. It is even possible that you may be suspected of committing a crime, and the authorities have had trouble locating you.

You will find that when the authorities locate and arrest you, neglecting to deal with the warrants for your arrest will end up costing you a lot of money. Therefore, you should take steps to find out whether there are any warrants for your arrest. There are several ways to accomplish this:

A police officer can give you this information.

Asking a police officer is the most straightforward way of obtaining this information. You can find out immediately, and without a charge, whether there is a warrant for your arrest, as police officers can easily check their databases where this information will be found. If there is a warrant for your arrest, however, the officer can choose to arrest you immediately, and you will be responsible for the cost associated with the warrant. Therefore, you should consider this possibility before you decide to obtain this information from a police officer.

Another option is to go to the courthouse.

This is a viable option if you have some idea that there is a warrant for your arrest, and which courthouse would have issued the warrant. A simple request at the appropriate courthouse will provide the information that you need, and most warrants for minor offenses will not lead to an immediate arrest. If you have gone to the wrong courthouse, however, you may walk away thinking there is no warrant, when it was actually issued from another courthouse.

You may choose to utilize an online service to find out if there are any warrants for your arrest.

If a warrant has been issued for your arrest in the U.S., there is an internet website that will provide this information to you. You can easily access all of the relevant public databases online, and the cost is quite reasonable. Your privacy is totally protected when you use this service, therefore, you needn’t worry about this leading to your arrest.

Neglected warrants become more expensive over time, and continuing to suspect that there may be warrants for your arrest, and avoiding dealing with the issue, may lead to some very hefty fines. You can avoid this unfortunate situation by checking into whether you have any current warrants issued for your arrest.

{ 3 comments… read them below or add one }

Joice Gail Fisher March 21, 2011 at 4:06 am

Just wanted to know if I have any outstanding warrants nation wide.

Thanks
Joice

eay kunda April 14, 2011 at 11:18 pm

do I have any arrest warrant

Lanorris brittman August 5, 2011 at 4:48 pm

Just wanted. To if I have any warrants

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