What Is a Warrant Check?
People may not know a warrant has been issued for their arrest until they’re pulled over for some minor reason and then arrested. Doing a warrant check is a way to find out if you’re “wanted” before being taken away in handcuffs unexpectedly. If you call local law enforcement, they probably won’t tell you if you have a warrant, and if you show up in person, you run the risk of arrest if there is a warrant.
Liberty Bail Bonds Nassau can do a warrant check for you, so you can have peace of mind. We act as a go-between, so you don’t have to deal directly with the police. If you do have a warrant out for your arrest, handling it sooner rather than later is the best way to limit the disruption to your life. We offer an easy online warrant check form so you can find out what your status is. Contact us today for more information on obtaining warrant checks for Nassau County, Florida, or for assistance with bail bonds.
Why Is a Warrant Check Important?
If you’ve had any contact with law enforcement, including receiving traffic tickets, there’s a chance you could have a warrant and not know it. Being unaware of a warrant leaves you in a vulnerable position, but if you know one has been issued, you can take care of it before problems arise. People who are applying for jobs, for instance, often have a warrant background check through a prospective employer. Finding out you have a warrant from someone you thought might hire you is both embarrassing and probably disqualifying. If you were to meet the police for any reason, they likely will run an arrest warrant check and if warrants are active, you’ll be taken into custody. Finding out you have a warrant allows you to come up with a plan on how to take care of it before it pops up at the worst possible time.
Take Care of Outstanding Warrants Promptly
Outstanding warrants are a serious issue that can compound the legal problems you already have. Your chances of successfully dealing with the warrant decrease the longer it’s active. Taking prompt action signals that you’re serious about resolving the situation, which looks better to judges and prosecutors. Warrants can be issued for a few reasons, from failing to appear in court to felony warrants resulting from police investigations. Clearing up outstanding warrants proactively prevents you from being forced to deal with a troublesome warrant you didn’t know you had, and if you have a warrant, you may be able to get a more favorable outcome by turning yourself in voluntarily.
At Liberty Bail Bonds Nassau, we’re experienced with checking for a warrant and understand what must happen next if you have an active warrant. Contact us for details.
Choose Liberty Bail Bonds Nassau for Your Warrant Check
We’ve been helping Nassau County residents for decades with warrant checks and bail bond needs. We offer a quick online form for warrant checks to make it as easy as possible to verify whether you have a warrant. On most days, we process warrant checks at 9 a.m., noon, and 6 p.m. to get answers back to our clients as quickly as possible.
Contact Liberty Bail Bonds Nassau for Easy Warrant Checks
At Liberty Bail Bonds Nassau, we want to help you stay out of jail—or get out quickly. Contact us today for a warrant check, or for help with bail bonds. We’re open 24/7.
Disclaimer Notice: We check for criminal warrants in Nassau County only. We do not perform child support warrant checks. This service is at no charge, and the information is not guaranteed in any way, shape, or form. Unless you are currently on bond with Liberty Bail Bonds Nassau, please limit yourself to one check per person per month.