ARREST WARRANTS: HOW TO TURN YOURSELF IN

Arrest warrants are issued for many reasons by judges. When you have an arrest warrant issued for you, you may be unsure how to handle the situation. After all, it looks good to work with the police by turning yourself in. When you have an arrest warrant active, 303 Bail Bonds is always available to help. We have listed some tips to assist you in the process of turning yourself in for processing.


Tips For Arrest Warrants And Turn In

  1. Speak To A Lawyer – When you hear about the warrant, the first thing you should always do is retain a lawyer. Contact them as soon as possible. When you turn yourself in or have been arrested, it is harder to acquire your own representation. Once you have a lawyer, they can go to work finding all the details of the warrant for you.

  2. Determine If There Is An Assigned Bond – Many judges assign a bond at the time of warrant issue. This is great news, as it allows you and your lawyer to formulate a plan. Whether it is contacting your local bondsman or finding the funds, you can make your processing go by much quicker.

  3. Turn Yourself In – With your lawyer and your bondsman, you can go ahead and turn yourself in. You have in essence covered your bases and made the entire process simpler for the police, the lawyer, the bondsman, and yourself. This is looked upon favorably.

  4. REMEMBER, Always Be Courteous – It bears repeating that you should always be polite and courteous to the police. Do not exaggerate yourself, but this simple act of being nice will also go a long way in speeding up processing.

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