arrants are tricky things. In most cases, the people issuing the warrant don’t alert the individual to the existence of the warrant. After all, if they could locate the person, then they would just arrest him or her. This leads to instances where people never even knew they had an outstanding warrant until they have a run in with the law.
This may not seem like a big deal, but it is more common than you might think. Luckily, it is possible for a person to check if they have a warrant. One of the easiest ways to do so is by contacting San Diego Bail Bonds. We provide free warrant checks in several California counties to help out our clients.
Each county is different on how warrant checks are performed and who can perform those checks. This makes it so that we can only perform warrant checks in certain counties. The counties were we cannot perform warrant checks include:
- Alameda County
- Kings County
- Madera County
- Marin County
- Napa County
- San Francisco County
- San Mateo County
- Solano County
- Sonoma County
If you want to check for a warrant in one of these counties, you will need to do it yourself. This is usually done by going to a local police station or courthouse, but can also be done online in some instances.
If you suspect that there may be a warrant out for your arrest, you should definitely check and make sure. You don’t want it to pop up when you’re interacting with the law over trivial things, like a parking ticket. Luckily, San Diego Bail Bonds has your back. We will be more than happy to perform a warrant check for you, provided it is in a county where we can.