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How Do I Find Out if I Have a Warrant?

An arrest warrant is filed against an individual by a judge on behalf of the State of California. Warrants can be filed by the traffic department for a traffic-related offense or by the criminal courts for a felony or misdemeanor offense (generally when the prosecutor has enough evidence against a suspect to file criminal charges).

Most people can contact or search the Sheriff's Department database in the county where the alleged crime took place, which would be the Orange County Sheriff's Department in this case. To search for an active warrant in Orange County, CA, click here.

“If there’s a warrant for my arrest, do I need to watch over my shoulder?” In Orange County, if a warrant is issued against you, law enforcement can arrest you on site. This can be alarming for the arrestee, since many individuals are not even aware a warrant is out against them.

What if There is a Warrant for My Arrest?

If there is a warrant out for your arrest,immediately contact us to speak with an Orange County criminal defense attorney. We can answer your pressing questions and guide you every step of the way, seeking the most favorable outcome from the start. We’ll address your concerns and fully explore all options, especially those that may help keep you out of jail pending trial or a plea bargain.

Most people have arrest warrants issued against them because they failed to appear in court. Unfortunately, there are many who are not even aware they had to appear in court. This could happen for a few reasons, such as a change of address and the order was never received. We can help you sort out the details. We understand you have enough on your plate as it is. Regardless of the reason behind the warrant, the focus is to get the warrant and the case resolved asap.

Related: What is Bail in California?

If there is a warrant out for your arrest, contact the Law Offices of Virginia L. Landry, Inc. for aggressive representation!

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