Have you forgotten to pay a fine or been speeding?
If you've forgotten to appear in court for any reason or failed
to pay a fine then you may have a warrant out for your arrest. If you've just done some community service and forgotten to
show proof that you've done it then the court might have issued a warrant on you. You might simply have a speeding fine that
You don't have to have committed a crime either. If the police just think that you've done something
wrong and have some evidence to support it then they can apply to the court for a warrant for your arrest.
Once a warrant has been placed on you the police will come looking for you to take you to jail. They might not be
quick about it so you might have some time but they will eventually come for you and drag you off.
You can't ignore a warrant for arrest, even if you don't know you have one
Even if you haven't committed a crime you
can't afford to ignore a warrant for arrest. If the police arrest you on a warrant then you will end up in court. If the police
had to come and get you then your record will show this and it will look as if you were trying to evade the warrant whether
you are guilty or not. This will immediately turn the court against you, which isn't good.
It could happen to you
just like it does to many people every day. It could be the result of something seemingly trivial like an overlooked speeding
fine or you might have become the victim of identity theft, a crime that is increasing at an alarming rate. The identity thief
could have committed crimes for you and you're left to take the rap.
The court will be much more sympathetic if you give yourself up voluntarily
< If you give yourself up voluntarily
instead of waiting until the cops come knocking on your door then you can expect the court to treat you differently. Instead
of it looking like the police had to hunt you out and drag you to court they will see that you are a responsible citizen and
that you've taken steps to do what's right. The court will feel a lot warmer place under these circumstances so it's very
important for you to check to see if you have any warrants for arrest regularly.
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What Is A Warrant For Arrest And How To Check For Arrest Warrants