We put together a simple step by step guide on how to find out if there is an outstanding warrant for those of you that are interested in knowing. There could be a million reasons why somebody would want to know whether or not they have an outstanding warrant. But, that’s not our business. Our business is to provide the world with information that is hard to come by. So sit down and enjoy this tidbit of information and prepare to find out for sure whether or not an outstanding warrant exists.
Step 1 To Find Out If There Is An Outstanding Warrant
Gather all of your information. In order to obtain accurate results, you have to know a few pertinent details about the possible warrant. What is the full name and birthdate of the suspect? When was the supposed crime committed? Where was the crime committed? It might be a good idea to know whether or not the crime was a felony or a misdemeanor.
The most important information you need in order to find out if there is a warrant is the name, birth date and place the crime occurred. Since the information you are searching for is located within the court system you have to know where the warrant was granted. If you are inquiring about a federal warrant, you might be able to get information on the US Marshall’s Service Website but it will take a while. What do you do if you don’t know much about the crime? It’s easy, keep reading.
Step 2 Get Information Regarding An Outstanding Warrant
Once you have the information you need in order to get started, the hunt for more information can begin. Since the warrant was granted by a judge, in most cases this is public information. When you know where the warrant was set into action you can contact that court and get the information you are looking for. There are various ways to contact the courthouse.
- Phone Call
- Visit in Person
When you find the website of the county or the area of the courthouse use your sleuth skills to navigate the website until you find a searchable area that will allow you to search for public records. Yolo County in California has one. With a little bit of work, you can make your way into a place that will give you access to the online public records portal.
It may be a lot quicker to make a phone call. If you do choose to go this route make sure you have all of the facts straight about the suspect who could or could not have an outstanding warrant. The courthouse will need to have the full name and birthdate of the person of interest. You might even need to have the social security number of the person. Most likely they will not divulge that information over the phone, but it is worth a try.
-Visit In Person
One of the fastest, and for sure methods to find out if there is an outstanding warrant is to go to the police station and ask. If you are seeking information on somebody other than yourself, the police might be reluctant to give you that information. However, if the warrant is for you it will only be a matter of seconds until you know for sure that you have one. Good luck. If these options are a bit much for you, the next step is the best way.
Step 3 How To Find Out If There Is An Outstanding Warrant Using Spyfly
This should have been the first step. The easiest, and fastest way to find out if there is an outstanding warrant is to visit www.spyfly.com and type a name in the search box. Fast, easy, and completely confidential.
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