How to Look Up Outstanding Warrants

Written by deannab | 13/05/2017

There are many reasons you may want to look to see if an individual has any outstanding warrants. Perhaps you would like to query about yourself, a relative, or someone you are considering hiring. This is public information and is easily obtainable from several sources depending on the level of the infraction. With a few phone calls, you can find the information you need, and you don't need to identify yourself to do it.

Things you need

  • Phone Book

  • Telephone

Look up the phone number for the local municipal court or justice of the peace.

Call their number to find information about an outstanding warrant for a Class C misdemeanour, such as a traffic ticket they may have issued.

Look up the number for your local sheriff or police department and call the dispatcher. They will have information about outstanding warrants regarding a Class B or a Class A misdemeanour or a felony.

Things you need

  • Phone Book
  • Telephone

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