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What Can I Do If I Have an Outstanding Warrant?
If you think you have an outstanding warrant you can start by
conducting a an online private search over the internet . The second option
is to visit the local court house in the county you believe the warrant was issued. One way to obtain this information is to go in person to the court house and ask for the records department. This method can be very time consuming and inconvenient since typically the court house is only open during normal working hours. Be advised, this can also pose some risk for whom the warrant was issued since the individual may be detained by legal officials on the spot. To avoid this you have the option of using a confidential online search system
to get a complete background check and criminal history report.
Once you find out you have an outstanding warrant the best way to deal with it is to contact legal representation or contact the clerk magistrate's office yourself if the warrant is not too serious to schedule a court appearance. If the properties of the outstanding warrant are more serious or criminal in nature, it’s best to contact a criminal defense attorney on your behalf. It should be noted that once an arrest warrant is issued there is no statute of limitations. This means that the warrant doesn't expire and an individual can be apprehended or picked up at any time anywhere.
To learn more about police warrants and your legal rights please visit our detail page on police warrants