Free Arrest Warrant Search | Have I Got Any Active Arrest Warrants

Do you think that you might have an arrest warrant?

Do you think that you might have an active arrest warrant waiting for you somewhere? Did you skip a court appearance or something that might have caused a warrant to be issued for you? Perhaps you are just concerned that you might have a warrant for something you haven’t done.

If you know that you’ve offended then you know that there is a pretty good chance that a warrant has been issued for you. If this is the case then you should get a lawyer and hand yourself in as soon as you can. If you don’t then you are going to join Jesse James and become an outlaw.

You might have a warrant for silly reasons, like forgetting to turn up in court or failing to pay a fine for something. If this happens then you most likely have collected a Bench Warrant. It’s the same as an arrest warrant as far as you are concerned, it will get you arrested just the same.

You can end up with a warrant even when you haven’t done anything wrong. The police only have to think that you are involved in a crime and they can get a warrant for you. Someone might even be impersonating you when they committed the crime and the police have details of your identity instead of the criminals.

Do nothing and get a free arrest warrant search

You could just ignore the fact that you might have an arrest warrant. Sooner or later you will get stopped for some minor traffic offence or routine inspection. When this happens the police will reward you by doing a free warrant search for you. If they find that you have a warrant they will most likely arrest you right there.

You don’t have to wait to be stopped by the police. You could just go to them and ask if you have any warrants. They will do a warrant search for free but again, they are likely to arrest you if the search finds an active warrant.

Check for arrest warrants in public records

Free warrant searches at the courthouse

Do you know which county your warrants were issued in? You should know this if you forgot to turn up in court for instance. If so then you can go to the county courthouse and ask. This should be free in most cases and it won’t get you arrested unless the warrant is for something very serious. You have to go to the right courthouse for this to work though. They will probably not be able to search other county records for you.

If you aren’t sure which county the warrant is in then you could try state records. Most counties feed their records up to the state but the process can be slow and sometimes not very reliable. To be on the safe side you should check warrant records at the county and state level.

Search for free arrest warrants in public records

Arrest warrants are public records and there are some web sites that are making it their business to collect all publicly available records from across the nation into a huge database. They then organize the data and make it all available to you for easy searching nationwide.

These public records web sites are very effective at finding information about people fast and it’s not just arrest warrants either. You can search for criminal records and all sorts of background information. You can also do the search on anyone you want to, not just yourself.

Depending on which public records web site you use, you can either pay a small fee for each search that you do or, you can pay a small monthly subscription and do as many free arrest warrant searches as you want to. You can search nationwide and background check practically anyone.

Read this comparative review of two respected and very effective public records web sites – Absolutely Free Background Checks – Choose the one that’s right for you.

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Check Warrants For Arrest And Hold On To Your DNA

There seems to be a growing culture amongst law enforcement agencies to collect DNA from everyone that they can. This is being made possible in more and more areas by laws which allow DNA to be taken and stored from anyone who gets arrested. If you think that you might have an active arrest warrant somewhere then you would be wise to check and if you have one get it dealt with as soon as you can. If you don’t get arrested then you won’t be forced to donate your DNA.

“Why is this such a big deal?” I hear you ask. Isn’t it a good thing that DNA information is available to the police so that they can identify more suspects in crimes? On the face of it you would be right. Using DNA matching techniques investigators are able to eliminate suspects where the DNA does not match. They can also search the ever growing database of DNA samples to find suspects that would otherwise go undetected even when decades have passed since the crime was committed.

When used responsibly by professional investigators, DNA matching can be a very powerful ally to law enforcement but can you trust this kind of technological power to the people who run our justice systems? A recent case in the UK would suggest that you can not. A man was convicted for a rape 16 years before when the only real evidence presented was a DNA match. While the DNA made the defendant a suspect it certainly did not prove guilt and yet the jury saw fit to convict.

So my advice is to go out of your way to avoid getting yourself arrested. One way to help you do this and keep your DNA to yourself is to regularly check your warrants for arrest and deal with them before the police get around to acting on it.


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Criminal Records: Just How Just Is The Justice System?

The truth is out there if anyone would bother to look for it

I sit here thinking about the injustice that goes on in our society today. I’m sure that you and most other people in the “civilised” world, assume that society investigates crimes to determine the truth. The guilty get punished and the innocent go free.

I thought the same way until very recently when a friend was charged with a serious offence that, in my opinion, he did not commit. Yes there was evidence to consider him a suspect but certainly not enough evidence to prove beyond doubt that he was guilty of the crime.

Are the police more interested in the conviction that they are in the truth?

We all believed that the police and legal teams would work together to uncover the truth and that the defendant would be cleared of the charges against him.

Did this happen? No it did not. The police had no other suspects so they stopped looking for evidence that could have cleared his name. He had no alibi and no way of proving his innocence. The trial went ahead with no clear evidence that he was guilty or innocent.

You would have thought that with no clear evidence of guilt that the jury would return a not guilty verdict on the grounds that there was reasonable doubt. But no, they did exactly the opposite and they did it unanimously.

The jury does not always make the right decision

I believe that even the prosecution team was surprised at this verdict. They had made a complete mess of the evidence all along. Making up scenarios that suggested guilt but were complete fiction.

This innocent man is now doing a long custodial sentence and his name will be tarnished forever. He has been condemned to a lifetime of low paid jobs and public disgrace.

There needs to be a change in the justice system. We will never be able to call ourselves a civilized society until our justice system becomes more interested in finding the ruth than it is about due process and makeing someone pay even if it is the wrong person. Lets not forget also that the real guilty person is still out there, potentially committing crimes. No one is looking for the real criminal.

There are more innocent people in prison than you might think

Since this case came to court I have learned that convicting innocent people has become, or still is, far more common than you could ever imagine. You don’t have to go far to fnd accounts of many alleged crimes where the evidence just does not make sense to convict someone and yet they were.

It seems that the police will go to great lengths to secure evidence that will point to a conviction at the expense of evidence to the contrary.

The jury have an impossible job

In court, the prosecution’s job is to get that conviction, not to find the truth. The jury have an impossible job of making sense of biased and unreliable evidence with no training or expertise to help them do the job. Is it any wonder that they vote with their emotions rather than fact. They are more likely to convict someone because they don’t like them than they are to examine the factual evidence objectively.

You might want to think about this the next time you look up someone’s criminal record or arrest record. Not everyone that is arrested or even convicted, are guilty.

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Arrest Records Are Public Records

Arrest records are public records

Arrest records are public records which means that they are free to access. Anyone has the right to see them including you. Unfortunately it doesn’t always follow that arrest records can be obtained without parting with some money. They might be freely available but there is still a cost associated with storing, finding and delivering the records and warrants to you. Luckily for you the Internet has not only made searching for arrest records and criminal records very easy, it can also do it for very small sums of money.

Criminal records are public records

Most criminal records are public and free too. This makes it relatively easy now to do a criminal background check on someone. It’s also getting easier and easier by the day as more and more public records become available online. You can already access more information than you can imagine about almost anyone you can think of.

If you spend long enough online you should be able to find sources of free public arrest records and warrants. For instance if you are looking for arrest records publicly available in Arizona you can find a lot of useful links on this page Arizona Active Arrest Warrants.

Arrest records public in background checks

Free public arrest records are increasingly being used by individuals and employers to check out the backgrounds of friends, neighbors, job applicants, boyfriends, girlfriends and other people that you come in contact with. It can become very time consuming however if you try to do all of this for free without spending any money at all.

To help speed up the process and allow you to look up free arrest records public, criminal records and much more on anyone you need to, you can safely use a public records investigation web site. They do charge a small fee but you can get a lot of information for your money.

Searching public arrest records and warrants can be fast and efficient

A good investigations web site will give you unlimited access to as many criminal records, warrants and arrest records, public and free to access. You will also be able to search for other information too. Bankruptcies, property records, addresses, neighbors and all sorts of information you might want to know about.

Using commercial public records web sites can be very fast and very efficient. If you subscribe to an unlimited service then you can do literally hundreds of searches in a single evening. This makes searching for arrest warrants, public and free as close to reality as you can get.

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How to Check If You Have Any Active Arrest Warrants

Arresting people is what police officers are there for

Noone knows better how to check if you have an active arrest warrant than police officers. They do it all day long and they love doing it. They check out anyone and everyone that they can and do you know why they do it? They do it because if they find that you have a warrant then they can arrest you and when they arrest you they can add another score to their tally sheet. Police officers who make the most arrests most likely get the most praise from their superiors so it’s in their interest to arrest you for anything that they can. So don’t ask a police officer to look up your arrest warrants for you, there is a much better way of doing it.

Knowing how your police department works is very important. It exists to investigate and detect crime and then to arrest the perpetrators of those crimes. It makes sense to measure their performance to make sure that they are doing the best job for you and reward them appropriately for doing it. The problem with this is that it creates an eagerness to arrest people that fosters a competitive attitude towards arrests. Police officers could become more interested in maximizing arrests than detecting and preventing real crime.

How do you measure the performance of a police officer?

I’m guessing that there are many things that police forces use to asses the performance of their officers. This could include recording the accuracy and speed of their paperwork, their proficiency with weapons and a host of other things. It would be very naive to imagine that the number of arrests made by by an officer is not included in the assessment.

Measuring arrest numbers is easy

It’s almost too easy to to count the number of arrests made and I’m sure that they make it more interesting by awarding more or less weight depending on the severity of the crime. Was it a misdemeanor or a felony? Busting someone for a felony is sure to prompt a celebration don’t you think? It must be worth many points on the arrest tally sheet.

Police officers can check if you have an arrest warrant

So cops are measured by how many arrest that they make. They can also check to see if you have a warrant so what do you think is the first thing they do when they stop you for any reason? They will check to see if you are wanted of course.

Problem solved you might think. All you have to do to check for arrest warrants is ask a police officer. But there is a catch. A police officer will be only too pleased to do an arrest warrant check on you and they will do it for free too. The problem is that they will arrest you on the spot if they fid that you have a warrant.

Remember the game that the cops play involves arresting as many people as possible in as short a time as possible. Finding out that you are wanted represents an easy score for them.

You do not want to get arrested

Believe me when I tell you that the last thing you want to happen is to get yourself arrested. This aplies whether you have committed an offence or not. Getting arrested means spending some time in jail and the possible expense of bail. It also means that you will have an arrest record that will never go away. For many employers, having been arrested is reason enough not to give you a job. It won’t count for much that you were never convicted or even if you were never charged with anything. The fact that you show up on police records is enough to condemn you to a life of low paid work.

So if you have offended and you want to put things right, check public records first to see if you have a warrant and get it sorted before the police have a chance to arrest you. Get yourself a lawyer to guide you safely through the process.

If you have not committed any offence, or you don’t think that you have, then it’s still a good idea to check yourself out regularly just in case you have collected a warrant for something that you know nothing about. Victims of identity theft have this problem all the time. Check to see if you have an active arrest warrant using public records right now. You might regret it if you don’t.

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How Long Does An Arrest Warrant Last For?

You can’t outrun an arrest warrant

Did you think that you had gotten away with that warrant for your arrest because it was issued a long time ago? Perhaps it was even in a different state. If you haven’t been arrested already then perhaps the warrant has been forgotten about – Wrong. How long does an arrest warrant last for? – A lot longer than you might imagine.

Arrest warrants are for life

Warrants do not expire and they do not have a time limit. An arrest warrant will remain active until you get arrested or you give yourself up. It’s as simple as that and if you haven’t been arrested yet then it’s just luck. Give it time and it will most likely catch up with you.

If you have a warrant for a serious felony crime then you can expect to be caught quickly unless you are actively avoiding capture. It’s more likely though, that you have a warrant for a misdemeanor offence like failing to attend court or not paying a fine. If this is the case then it’s unlikely that the police will be actively pursuing you.

Warrants don’t go away by themselves

Just because you have a warrant for a minor offence from years ago and you haven’t been arrested yet, it doesn’t mean that you won’t be. Remember a warrant will last forever unless you do something about it. It will not go away by itself.

One day you will get stopped for some routine traffic offence and the police will take the opportunity to check to see if you have any arrest warrants. You are already in front of them so if they can add you to their arrest statistics for the day then they will. They can do a routine warrant check in no time at all with their onboard computers and if they find your warrant, even if it’s from years ago, they will arrest you and take you to jail.

Most police officers are assessed in some part, by how many arrests they carry out so they have a real incentive to find something to arrest you on. You would be an easy target.

Dealing with an arrest warrant

I’m guessing that if you are reading this article then it’s because you either know that you have a warrant for arrest or you think you have one. You are also concerned that you should be doing something about it before your luck runs out and you finally get arrested.

Once you have been arrested you will be thrown into jail to be released only after bail has been set. That’s when it starts to get expensive so if you can, it’s best to avoid the getting arrested part.

You need to get yourself a lawyer to guide you through the right way of handing yourself in and dealing with whatever it was that got you the warrant in the first place.

Find out what the warrant is about

Before you hand yourself in you need to find out what the warrant is for and even whether one exists at all for that matter. You can get details of the warrant from the courthouse where it was issued. Just give them a call and ask. If you can’t remember where it was issued then you can use an online public records database. Arrest warrants are public records so there is a good chance that you will find your’s online.

Forever is how long an arrest warrant lasts.

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Arrest Warrants | Avoid A Warrant For Arrest To Keep The Cops Away

Avoid getting arrest warrants if you can and make sure you know when you have one

Not all arrest warrants can be avoided because they are completely out of your control. You can make sure that you find out about them early enough to find a lawyer and deal with it before the police come knocking on your door in the middle of the night to drag you away to jail.

It is possible to avoid some warrants however and you should do everything that you can to make sure that you don’t end up with one. You don’t want to get arrested for a silly oversight do you?

How to avoid Bench Warrants

Bench warrants are similar to arrest warrants. If you get one then you can expect that the police will eventualy come after you to take you in. The main difference is that a Bench Warrant is issued by a court and an arrest warrant is issued by the police.

If you were told to attend court and you missed the appointment then a Bench warrant can be raised. The court can issue a warrant for you if you don’t follow their instructions at any point during or after your court case. If you were given a fine or community service to carry out by the court and you fail to pay or do the work then the court will issue a Bench warrant.

It’s easy to avoid getting a Bench warrant. All you have to do is follow instructions. If you turn up in court when you are told to and you accept your punishement, pay all your fines and do your community service then the court will have no cause to issue a warrant for you.

If you have to do community service as part of your judgement then make sure that the court has been informed when you have completed the work. This is a silly mistake to make and one that’s easily made. After all you’ve paid your debt to society so that should be the end of it right? Wrong, if you do the service but the court aren’t informed then they will assume that you haven’t done it and guess what? they will issue a Bench Warrant for you.

How to avoid an Arrest Warrant

The best advice I can give you here is to obey the law at all times. Don’t steal, don’t be violent, don’t do drugs, don’t drive faster than the speed limit, don’t park in places where you should not… Get the picture?

The problem is that you can’t always avoid an arrest warrant because the police can issue one for you at any time. You don’t even need to have committed a crime for this to happen. The cops just have to think that you did it. What this means is that you might not even be aware that you have an arrest warrant because you haven’t been notified yet and you can’t remember breaking the law.

Warrants for arrest might be issued against you for several reasons. You might have driven through a red light and not noticed. You might have been exceeding the speed limit and the letter hasn’t got to you yet. You might have committed some serious crime or someone has stolen your identity and committed a crime for you.

It’s hard to avoid Criminal identity theft

Criminal identity theft seems to be getting more and more commonplace. Someone pretends to be you and goes off and commits a crime. If they get caught then they give the police your details and skip bail. In this situation an arrest warrant will be issued in your name and the police will come looking for you instead of the criminal who really committed the offence. This is one of the worst situations to be in because you never know when it’s going to happen or in which state the arrest warrant is going to be issued in.

If you have a warrant for your arrest for something that you did not do then the best you can do is to make sure that you find out when a warrant is issued on you. If you are aware of the warrant you can get yourself a lawyer and hand yourself in voluntarily before the cops come and drag you off in handcuffs.

Finding out if you have an Arrest Warrant

If you have an arrest warrant then eventually you will have to appear in court to answer the charge. You will be in a much better position to argue your case effectively if you have voluntarily given yourself up because this shows the court that you have made an effort to comply with the law. So how do you find out if you have an arrest warrant or not?

The easiest and by far the most convenient way to check for arrest warrants is to use an online public records database. Public records from thousands of different sources can now be accessed from a single web site to do background checks and find out information on almost anyone including yourself. Arrest warrant details are included in the information that will be made available to you. These web sites very powerful so use them wisely.

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How To Find An Arrest Warrant | It’s No Joke If You Have A Warrant

Would you know where to look for arrest warrants

If you have a warrant for arrest you will find that it’s far from an amusing situation. You will be even less happy if you didn’t do anything wrong and the warrant is some kind of error. Warrants are bad news and at best they can cost you money and worst case land you in jail. So do you want to know how to find an arrest warrant?

If you want to do something about a warrant before it turns into an even bigger problem for you than it already is then you need to know that you have one. This isn’t always obvious especially if you are not guilty of the offence. There is now an easy solution to looking up warrants that you can use in a flash.

Do you know what a warrant for arrest is?

If you have an warrant for arrest then it means that the law enforcement agencies have an instruction to arrest you and take you to jail. The police can apply to a Judge for an Arrest Warrant and a court itself can give you Bench Warrants for things like failing to turn up in court etc. Both types of warrant will get you arrested unless you deal with it first so there is very little difference at the end of the day.

Who has your identity?

Getting your identity stolen is no joke either and it seems to be happening more and more. I’m guessing that the apparent explosion of identity theft is at least in part due to the increasing tendency to put everything online and so offering the thieves more opportunity to steal your details. If someone uses your stolen identity to commit a crime then you can get left with the warrant.

Beat the cops to it – find warrants first

The Internet to the rescue – Don’t you just love it? You can find almost anything you want online today and arrest warrants are there too. All you need is a web site that makes it easy to search for the stuff so that you don’t have to do the leg work. It works too.

Arrest warrants are just one example of the information that you can learn about someone online. There are web sites devoted to bringing all this public domain information into your home for you to search it whenever you want to and it’s fully confidential.

Is there another way to check for arrest warrants

There are alternative ways to to find out if you have a warrant if you don’t care to use a specialist public records database web site. I’m not sure why you would want to use them when you can just go online and do it in minutes but here they are anyway,

Just ignore it. Wait for the police to come for you. This works most of the time but the consequences of getting arrested out of the blue are not happy ones.

If you know where the warrant came from you can go and ask the courthouse. This isn’t going to work if the warrant was raised in a different area.

Asking a law enforcement officer is likely to find your warrants for you if you have any but expect to get arrested on the spot.

The best way to find an warrant for arrest is to utilize a public records background check web site.

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Find Out About Your Warrants Before The Cops Come To Get You

Why were the police knocking on Anna Wallis’s door in the middle of the night?

Anna Wallis is an IT technician in a department store. She’s good at her job and she runs around all day long fighting with computer bugs and keeping the stock control database up to date. It’s a high pressure job but she loves it and wouldn’t have it any other way. Anna has never been in trouble with the police before so why did the cops come for her in the middle of the night? They knocked so hard that she thought they were going to break the door down.

You can get your identity stolen so very easily

Anna won’t remember this now but it happened more than 2 years earlier. She often takes her lunch into a nearby park to get away from the stress of the office for an hour and one day she left her purse on the bench where she sat to eat. Only a few minutes had past before she realized what she had done and went back for her purse right away.

She was so relieved to find that the purse was still there, exactly where she left it. A quick check of the contents revealed that nothing had been stolen so Anna was happy and felt very lucky to get her purse back. But what has this got to do with the police at her door 2 years later?

She didn’t know it but a thief had stolen Anna’s identity from her purse as it sat alone on that park bench. Her credit card numbers, her address, her drivers licence details and other information had been quickly copied and Anna never knew that it had happened. The thief took less than 3 minutes to steal Anna’s identity.

Has your identity double got you into trouble with the police?

You might expect that if someone steals your identity then they will use it to make some instant money. Go on a spending spree with your credit cards, rent a car in your name and take out a huge loan for you to pay back. This isn’t always the reason that a thief might want to steal your life.

In Anna’s case the thief had been saving her identity for a special occasion. Something more important than a quick spending spree. This thief had been planning a big robbery and had been arrested as she left the scene. Unfortunately the police had no real evidence to suggest that they had caught the right person. The thief was too good to be caught in the act or with the stolen goods on her so she was let free on bail.

The thief had used Anna’s identity when she was arrested. This was why she stole it from her in the first place, to use as a contingency plan. When the thief failed to return to court a bench warrant was issued for Anna, not the thief.

This story is made up. It never happened but it could happen and it could happen to you.

The cops can arrest you any time they want if you have an active warrant for arrest

The police don’t have the time to go after everyone the moment that an arrest warrant is issued. Depending on the severity of the crime it could be months or even years before they get around to you. Very often they will just wait until they pull you in for something else like a speeding ticket or jumping a red light. They will do a check on you then and find the warrant.

Sooner or later they will catch up with you and if they have to they will search you out and knock on your door.

Don’t wait for the knock at the door. Find out about warrants for arrest now

Whether you committed the crime or not, when you get to court you will most likely be treated far more favorably if you give yourself up voluntarily instead of being dragged there by the police. But how do you deal with a warrant if you didn’t know that you have one in the first place?

Do regular background checks on yourself

It’s easy to do a regular background check on yourself by searching free active arrest warrants with an online public records database. It can take less than 5 minutes to check yourself out and make sure that you don’t have any warrants or other problems that you need to deal with. By doing this you can stay one step ahead of the police and deal with arrest warrants before they become a major problem for you.

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How To Find Warrants For Arrest Today

For Pete’s Sake Don’t ask a police officer if you have an arrest warrant on you

Don’t even think of asking a police officer if you have a warrant for arrest unless you don’t mind her arresting you on the spot. Any officer of the law will be pleased to do a search for your active arrest warrants but if she finds one then she will have no option but to take you in and arrest you. Wouldn’t it be better if you found out for yourself in a discrete and confidential way? If you find out that way you have a warrant then you can do something about it in your own good time. So, how to find warrants for arrest…

Active arrest warrants are not the sort of thing that you want to ignore. If you have a warrant and you wait for the cops to come and arrest you then you are going to have an uphill struggle on your hands whether you are guilty of the crime or not.

Depending on the severity of the offence and the state that it was committed in, it could be years before the police decide to actively chase after you. They like to be patient and wait for you to stumble into their little traps of routine vehicle checks or minor traffic violations. When you get pulled over they will do a routine check for active arrest warrants. After a while, if they haven’t caught you, you might find that you get a knock on the door in the middle of the night.

There could be loads of reasons why you might have outstanding active arrest warrants and you might have no idea that they exist. Perhaps you’ve picked up a speeding warrant and haven’t got the notification yet or maybe you’ve forgotten to pay a fine.

You might be a victim of criminal identity theft

If someone steals your identity it’s called identity theft. If someone steals your identity and commits a crime posing as you then it’s called criminal identity theft. If someone has done this to you then you could have warrants for arrest in all sorts of places for all sorts of offences and you won’t have any idea that they exist. This is a bad position to be in and it’s almost impossible to stop it from happening.

Do you dread the thought of getting your identity stolen? You can get your bank accounts cleaned out, loans taken out in your name and even active arrest warrants for things you didn’t do.

If you know that there are active arrest warrants on you then you have a chance to do something about them before the situation gets out of hand. The sooner you learn about them the better.

The courthouse will tell you about any warrants they have on you

You can check for active arrest warrants by making a request at the courthouse. They will be able to tell you if they have are any active warrants in your name. The problem with this is that you can’t be certain where the warrants may be. Which courthouse do you enquire at? This is particularly true if you’ve had your identity stolen and crimes committed in your name in other states or other countries.

How to find warrants for arrest the easy way

If you want to make absolutely sure that you’ve done everything that you reasonably can to make sure that you’ve checked for warrants then you should use an online public records service. These services pull together information from multiple private and public records databases and allows you to search them all quickly, conveniently and confidentially.

Don’t leave it a moment longer, find out if you’ve got any active arrest warrants on you right away.

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