What to Do If You Have an Outstanding Arrest Warrant

First, you need to find out where your arrest warrant was issued. To accomplish this you have a few choices. You can go down to the local court house where the offense took place and ask for your records. This can be time consuming since typically the court house is only open during normal working hours. If you don't know where the offense took place, then it becomes a guessing game as to where to look. In either case, you risk being arrested on the spot if you have a warrant for your arrest and show up at the local court house in person.

Secondly, if you are not sure what state or county the outstanding or pending warrant was issued you can use an online search site such as RecordsCourt.org to run a complete warrant, court record or personal background check for any person in all 50 states. This is the fastest and most convenient way to run reports today and you can do it right from the privacy of your own computer. Once you find out you have an outstanding arrest warrant the best way to deal with the warrant is to call the local court magistrate office and tell them you would like to resolve an outstanding arrest warrant. If the warrant is of a serious nature it is best to consult with a criminal lawyer first.  
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