When You Have a Warrant

When you find out that you have a warrant issued for your arrest, it can be an unnerving situation, to say the least. You want to get the situation handled as quickly as possible and ensure that the problem is completely eliminated. At Grimes Bail Bonding & Notary Services, LLC, we understand the overwhelming feeling of dread that can come along with a warrant status and bail service, and work quickly to find the right solution for you.

We can Help You Identify Your Warrant Type and Requirements.

Our Bondsmen Can Help You Decide Your Next Move to Begin the Process of Getting Out of Trouble.

The Process

When you learn of a warrant for your arrest, most bondsmen can complete a walk through warrant bail service. This, of course, depends on the nature of the warrant. Most warrants, however, can be bonded immediately which means that your bondsman will either prepay your bond or make arrangements to post your bond amount as soon as you are processed in the system. This can save you from having to sit in jail, go before a judge, or even be arrested. Sometimes, a warrant cannot be bonded immediately in which case you may have to go before a judge before your amount is set. It’s still a good idea, though, to have a bondsman on the job to post the amount as soon as the judgment is made.

Warrant Types and Their Requirements

*While this is a general guideline, it is not meant to provide exact bond amounts or requirements. Always call your local bondsman for the most accurate information in your area.
  • Non-Violent Misdemeanor Warrants: These warrants can typically be completed as a walkthrough.
  • Violent Misdemeanor Crimes: Warrants for these charges must be handled by seeing a judge to set the bail amount.
  • Non-Violent Felonies: These vary on a case by case basis in most instances.
  • Violent Felonies: In most cases, these charges require a bond hearing before the defendant can be released.
  • Bench Warrants: These warrants are issued by a judge when you miss your initial court date and can typically be completed as a walkthrough.
  • Capias Warrants: These warrants are issued by a judge when you have failed to comply with a previously agreed upon settlement. These warrants cannot be bonded and require either full payment of your fine or time served in jail.

Bail Service You Can Trust

For most people, dealing with warrants and bail is a new and stressful occurrence. When you need bail service and guidance that you can count on to be accurate, honest, and effective, call the Grimes Bail Bonding & Notary Services, LLC team at __PHONE__. Our friendly staff delivers a detailed explanation of charges, warrants, and bail requirements so you can begin putting this ordeal behind you.