Bob Barry Bail Bonds is your source for warrant checks in the Daytona Beach area. We offer a convenient location with 24/7 service by reliable, licensed, respectful bail bond agents.
A criminal warrant is a document granted by a judge that gives local law enforcement the right to take an individual into police custody. To receive a warrant, the officer must have probable cause to believe the suspect has committed a crime and produce evidence to that effect in court. If an active criminal warrant is issued in your name, an officer can arrest you in public, after a traffic stop, or at your home or place of work. When you have a warrant out, proactive steps to remove the warrant by turning yourself in can prevent the consequences of a public arrest. Running from the charges can compound your legal issues and the potential penalties if you are convicted.
Because warrants are not public records, it can be difficult to determine if they exist. Although you can call the police station to ask about an outstanding warrant, they are likely to question you and may not provide the desired information. With a warrant check, we use our resources to determine whether an active arrest warrant has been issued for you or a loved one in Volusia County. We strive to make this process as seamless and straightforward as possible so you can achieve peace of mind or plan your next steps to eliminate your legal worries. If you do discover an active warrant, we can help you achieve release from custody with an affordable bail bond. Clients can opt for a one-time warrant check or arrange for automatic monthly warrant checks. If you have an active bond with our agency, you can schedule more frequent checks for Volusia County criminal warrants. Whatever your preferred schedule, we provide the information you need quickly and efficiently by processing checks at 9 a.m., noon, and 6 p.m. each day. If you or a loved one may be in legal trouble, arrange a warrant check with the team at Bob Barry Bail Bonds. We are ready to help you resolve these issues with fair service and local court experience. You can reach out to us online 24 hours a day, seven days a week.