A judge may issue a warrant with regard to police arrest for a few reasons. These involve failure to appear in court, a law enforcement scrutiny and investigation resulted in enough proof to indict you of a criminal offense, an outstanding motorized vehicle violation or failure to comply with work release conditions.
In case you believe that there is a warrant out with regards to your arrest the first thing that is needed is to confirm the warrant. They’re a few of resources accessible to you that can provide you with some important details about any outstanding warrants. The first place to call should be your local sheriff’s department. A call placed to the main line may or may not grant the important information you need. If they refuse to provide this information over the phone, you can go to the sheriff’s department in person and speak with the clerk. Though you should note that if you do have an outstanding warrant and you visit the law enforcement agency in person, they will most likely place you under police arrest.
An alternative to the sheriff’s department would be to call your local courthouse and speak with the county clerk. If they also refuse to provide information over the phone, you can go down to the courthouse and speak with the clerk directly. This option it is less likely that you will be arrested on the spot.
An alternative to the ‘do it yourself’ approach will be to contact a criminal defense attorney. They will be able to find out if there is an outstanding warrant or if you are being investigated by law enforcement.
Harris County Warrant Lawyer
Harris County Warrant Lawyer Andy Nolen has worked with cases of all types in his 21 years of legal practice and is still helping Texans today in Houston and all its surrounding counties. Andy Nolen and Associates offer a whole range of affordable legal services in criminal defense and juvenile defense, ranging from representation in court on all juvenile and adult criminal cases, sealing or expunging records for eligible people, to obtaining occupational driver’s licenses. To plan a free of charge appointment or to discuss your situation with Harris County Warrant Lawyer Andy Nolen, call 832-480-8951 today.