Find Out if you Have an Arrest Warrant in Your Name.
If you find out you have a warrant for your arrest what does it mean? Will you be arrested? What should you do next? Should you address the outstanding warrant? How can you get it removed from your record? Can you clear your name? Many questions such as these come up when one finds out an outstanding warrant (or warrants) exists in their name. This site was designed to help educate and advise you throughout the warrant process.
Definition of a warrant: A warrant is a document issued by a legal or government official authorizing police or another law enforcement agency to make an arrest, search premises, or carry out an action relating to the administration of justice.
In order for an arrest warrant to be issued, there has to be sufficient probable cause to arrest a person or search a property as stated in the Fourth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution.
Probable cause is defined by reliable and reasonably credible facts, evidence, and/or circumstances revealing there's a valid chance a certain person
has committed a specific crime in question. A police officer needs to provide enough information to allow the judge to make his own decision about the case. Only information known at the time can be considered by a judge to decide if a warrant will be issued. Once an arrest warrant has been obtained it authorizes police or other law enforcement agencies to take a suspect into custody and detain him/her until he/she can be brought to trial for the crime committed.
Regardless of your situation, the first thing you should do is verify that a warrant is in your name, for what charge, and in what state and county. An arrest warrant must name the defendant, describe the offense, command someone's arrest, and be signed by the judge in order to be valid.
After you have correctly verified the warrant as belonging to you, I strongly advise you to seek legal counsel. A lawyer is essential to guiding you through the legal process, representing you in court, and helping you expunge the charge from your record if at all possible. Note: not all crimes are able to be removed especially if they are serious or criminal in nature. However, only a lawyer can represent you and legally get the charges removed.
Here are some links to get you started with your search and to help you decide if you need a lawyer and how to go about finding one.
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