you can by making phone calls to different law enforcement agencies but not by the internet.AnswerGo to a police station and turn yourself in. Or, get an attorney to inquire for you.
There is no need to pay for information that is public records. Many people that are caught up in legal issues, tend to think that if they try to look into whether or not they have a warrant issued for them, they might forfeit their freedom. This is not the case. Of course, if you are wanted for murder or other heinous crimes, all bets are off! But for lesser charges, felonious or not, there are several ways to find out this type of information, with out worrying about getting picked up.
All the items listed are free. Again, there is no need to pay a website to get this info for you. Try these areas of search in the order presented. As a point of information, when at all possible, self-surrender should be the first thing an honest person would do. Warrants never expire, no matter what the cause, no matter what the statute of limitations are on the crime, they never expire. A routine background check for employment, a traffic stop, (with in the state of the warrant) a federal background check, and in some states, the DMV, can uncover a warrant in another city, county or state.
I think my buddy has a warrant. Is there a way to search free arrest warrants?
This question does not pertain to arrest or search warrants.
A friend of mine is being charged with possession and we were wondering if there are any arrest warrants on him. Where can I search for arrest warrants online?
no not always
I live in a bad neighborhood. There is a lot of crime. Do you know of a website that I can search free arrest warrants?
It could be one. There are search warrants and arrest warrants. If you have a search warrant, the police are entitled to search your property. After executing the search warrant, if the police establish probable cause to believe that you committed a crime, they can arrest you. If you have an arrest warrant, it is only a matter of time before the police find you and execute the arrest warrant.
Misdemeanor arrest warrants do not expire.
There are a few companies that offer individuals the ability to do a criminal background or arrest warrant search for fee. Are there any sites that allow you to search for free?
Two totally different warrants. An arrest warrant can be based on a complainants statement re: He\She broke into my home, etc. A search warrant, depending on what you are searching for can be based on information received from an informant, a controlled buy etc.
There is no public database for Arrest Warrants, because that information is not automatically available to the public. You, or your attorney, can inquire directly with the Police to find if there is a warrant for your arrest.