At 1st Choice Bail Bonds we believe in support and educating the community. Especially in regards to bail bonds and the bail bond industry. That’s why we take care and time to answer your questions. When you’ve never posted bail before, either for you or a friend or loved one. It can seem like an intricate process. We’re here to help you sort through the facts and make sense of it all. That’s why in today’s post we want to address a common question and answer, “What to do when there’s a warrant for your arrest.” In no time at all you’ll have all the facts you’ll need to navigate what you need to do. Especially if there is a warrant out for your, a friend, or a loved ones arrest. Let’s begin!
If you think there is a warrant out for your arrest there are three different steps to can take. One, being that you can stop a police officer and ask. They can run your information and see whether or not there is a warrant for your arrest. However, be warned, if there is a warrant for your arrest the officer will be obligated to arrest you and bring you in. Two, you could call the courthouse. By providing your information they will be able to look up whether or not there is a warrant for your arrest. And if there is you will be able to put your affairs into order and not be arrested on the spot. Third, you can look into your local county courthouse or police website. Some websites keep outstanding warrants listed either under warrants or records. Some even give you the ability to search by name.
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Whether you or a loved one as a warrant out for your arrest or if you’ve been arrested – call our team at 1st Choice Bail Bonds today! We can get you the help you need to assure that you are released as quick as possible.