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Discover your active arrest warrants and save yourself a lot of trouble and money
Find your arrest warrants now
When did you last check to see if you've got any outstanding arrest warrants? You've probably never even given it a thought but have you ever considered what might happen if there are any warrants out on you?
One day there will be a knock on the door and there will be a cop standing there ready to take you to jail.
You'll go before a court who know that you were hunted down by the police. You may need time off work, more money than you want to part with in fines and a lot of upset.
Take a look at 3 methods that you can use to discover if you have warrants and save yourself a lot of unnecessary stress and expense.
You can have an arrest warrant and not know it
The hardest part about all this is that you may not even know that you've done anything that could get you a warrant. It could be a trivial parking fine that you've forgotten about or a traffic offence. Were you supposed to do some community service but forgot to go. You could have done the community service but forgotten to tell the court that it's been done. Someone could have taken your identity and done a crime while pretending to be you.
Minimizing the effects of an arrest warrant
If you've got an active arrest warrant then before too long you will most likely have to appear in court before a judge. That's a fact but if you find that you have an active arrest warrant before you get arrested then you can to some extent, control what happens when you go to court. Go see a lawyer as soon as you can when you learn that you have a warrant. A lawyer will be able to advise you of what you have to do, where to go and exactly how you should turn yourself in.
Find arrest warrants online now
Simply doing this will show the court that you are trying hard to put things right and so will most likely treat you more lenient.
3 simple ways to find your outstanding arrest warrants
All 3 methods are simple but please try to avoid the first one as it may not be good for you. My choice is number 3 because it's easy, quick and can be very effective.
1. Ask a police officer - No don't do this
This is arguably the most certain way of finding your arrest warrants, at least in the local state if not nationwide. The problem you will have with this method and the reason why I don't suggest that you do it, is because it can get you arrested right away. The moment that the officer knows that you have an active warrant he or she can decide to arrest you on the spot and you will give up the advantage that you might have had from handing yourself in voluntarily.
2. Ask at the courthouse
This is a good method of searching for warrants if you know where they might have been issued. Just go to the courthouse or records office and ask. You are not likely to be arrested by doing this but you are less likely to find out about any warrants that are issued somewhere else.
3. Subscribe to a top-rate online public records database
Go online and subscribe to a public records database. Once you've done that you'll be able to search for your arrest warrants whenever you want and as often as you want. You can also search to see if your family and friends have any warrants too.
When you use a public records web site
You don't have to worry about getting arrested when you use an online service to find your warrants because most of the better sites are completely confidential. No one will know that you've been searching and no one else will see the results so it's completely safe.
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When you find that there's an active warrant out on you go straight out and get yourself a lawyer to guide you through the process of giving yourself up and getting it all sorted out. It's miles better than getting arrested.
Don't forget to contact a lawyer as soon as you discover that you have a warrant for arrest.
Active Arrest Warrants: 3 ways To Find Out If You Have A Warrant For Arrest
Author: Steve Gee