Question by  Joe (17)

How do you find warrants and get rid of them?

I think there's an warrant out for me in another state, but it's not correct.


Answer by  April (296)

You can contact that police station. Contact the district attorney for that jurisdiction to clear your name. They can verify your personal info, photograph, and fingerprints.


Answer by  prissymissy (1895)

You will have to turn yourself in and contest the warrant. Until you show up and present yourself on the charges, the state that the warrant is in will not be willing to work with you. If you have a warrant in another state and you get pulled over, the police can still arrest you.


Answer by  Krissie (551)

Contact the police and ask them about outstanding warrants, if you want to find out and deal with it immediately. Otherwise, look up the state's sheriff department website. There should be an option to search for warrants--check your name and see if there are any there. If you find one, immediately contact the police to sort it out.


Answer by  ranivtcm (4)

A warrant is issued by a court to provide the legal authority for the sheriff or police to arrest someone. It doesn't necessarily mean you will go to jail.

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