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.
Arrest Warrants – Court Records Review
See this review of a well respected court records and investigations web site.
Author: Steve Gee