Austin Warrants & Travis County Warrants
Do I Have a Warrant Out for My Arrest in Austin or Travis County?
Although there are numerous resources available to find out if you have a warrant out for your arrest in Austin, Texas, usually a quick search from either the Travis County Sheriff's Office Warrant Search or the Austin Police Department Warrant List will provide an answer. Unfortunately, sometimes one or both of these resources will fail to show an active warrant when one has been issued. These lists are updated periodically and are not always accurate. There have been many instances when neither of these databases has shown an active warrant for someone's arrest, yet we were still able to find one through other resources.
Austin Warrant Walk-Through
There are several options to clear a Travis County warrant. As a criminal defense attorney, the Law Office of Kevin Bennett will often work with a client to schedule a "walk-through" at the Travis County Jail. This process allows clients to complete the booking process much quicker than the average person that is arrested, as they do not have to spend nearly as much time at the jail.
By scheduling a walk-through in advance, many clients feel much less anxiety, as they have the peace of mind knowing that their defense attorney is there to help them at the Travis County Jail and that the necessary steps have been taken in advance to minimize their jail experience.
Don't Do This Alone
If you have an active warrant out for your arrest in Austin, Texas, you should immediately contact an Austin criminal defense attorney to help protect your rights and so that they can begin working on a defense to the accusations against you. If you have an active warrant, a lawyer can evaluate your case and advise you how to clear or "lift" the warrant.
However, even if you do not have an active warrant out for your arrest, if you think there is even the slightest chance that a warrant for your arrest could or might be issued, then it is imperative that you contact Austin criminal defense lawyer Kevin Bennett at (512) 476-4626 to discuss these concerns.