Do You Have a Texas Arrest Warrant? Here's How to Find Out!

Warrant Lookup Do You Have a Texas Arrest Warrant? Here's How to Find Out!

How To Find Out If You Have a Texas Arrest Warrant

There are thousands of arrest warrants in the state of Texas, issued for a variety of reasons.  From forgetting to pay a parking ticket to serious felonious crimes, many people are unaware that a warrant exists. If you are unsure if there is a warrant issued for you or a loved one in Texas, you need to find out for sure, so you can deal with the consequences. 

Fines, jail time, and lengthy court proceedings are some of the penalties you may face.  Warrants can also show up in employment background checks, title searches, or even some licensing procedures. Doing a Texas warrant search can be simple and quick when you use DoNotPay's Warrant Lookup Product.

Why do I need to do a warrant search for me or my loved one?

There are a number of reasons that you may have an outstanding warrant. They range from not paying a bill that you owe, failure to appear as ordered in court, to more serious crimes. In fact, you may not even realize that there is a warrant. Doing a warrant Texas warrant search, can put your mind at ease, or guide you to the next step in getting the warrant satisfied.  Depending on the offense, you may be able to take care of the warrant by simply paying a fine.  If it is more serious or has been open for a long period of time, you may be arrested, or a court date may be set.

You may also want to do a Texas warrant search for a loved one. Reasons for searching for their warrants may include doing a background check before proceeding into a personal or business relationship, protection of children or others close to you, or protecting yourself from legal recourse if this person is a fugitive and shares a residence with you.

Can I do a Texas warrant search by myself?

If checking for a bench or arrest warrant, there are a few things that you can do on your own:

Contact the Sheriff’s Office
  1. Contact the Sheriff's Office in the county where the offense took place. The Sheriff's office contains the databases containing all the criminal activity in that county. The trick here is that you may not be sure which county it happened in, and they would only have their county records available. You would have to go to the office in person, which may or may not require an appointment or a long wait time. And normally, access is limited to regular daytime office hours.

Be aware:  If you go to the Sheriff's office for a warrant search on yourself, you could be arrested on the spot.

Check County RecordsSome counties have access to an online warrant inquiry tool, but not all. If you cannot find this tool on the internet, contact your Sheriff's office for more information. You will need to input personal information such as the name of the individual, date of birth, and other personal information.
Run an Online Background CheckYou could use an online background check company. Many websites claim that they can provide background checks and criminal history. They can sort through some of the detailed work for you but end up being very expensive.

What if I am unable to do a Texas warrant search on my own?

That's where DoNotPay comes in. With our Warrant Lookup product, you will be able to quickly and easily search for open warrants in your name or your loved one. Avoid the wait time, the web searches, and the fear of being arrested with our warrant search tool. You will have the results quickly and easily and you can even do it anonymously.

How to do a Texas warrant search easily without all the wasted time and frustration with DoNotPay

If you want to do a warrant search in Texas but don't know where to start, DoNotPay has you covered in 4 easy steps:

  1. Go to the Check for Warrants product on DoNotPay.
  2. Choose whether you want to search for yourself or someone else, and answer a few questions to help us narrow down the search results, including current and previous addresses, age, the names of parents/relatives, and any known aliases.
  3. Select how you would like to receive the results in the case where we have to contact the police station on your behalf (by mail or email).
  4. Enter your contact information, including email, address, and phone number.

Why should I use DoNotPay to do a Texas warrant search?

DoNotPay offers a way for you to save time and remain completely anonymous. DoNotPay will scan through online public records on your behalf to check if you or a loved one have any warrants issued. If your county or state doesn't provide online records, we'll send a public records request letter to the police station on your behalf and request for copies of any matching warrants to be sent to you directly by email or mail.

Can DoNotPay help with warrants in other areas?

You bet! We can provide the same fast and easy warrant searches to other jurisdictions, such as:

What else can DoNotPay do?

DoNotPay can find solutions to many of your problems. 

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  3. Get compensated if you are the victim of a crime.

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