What should I do if I have a misdemeanor warrant for my arrest?

Are you still being haunted by wild and reckless nights of disorderly conduct during your college years or suffering the brunt of humiliation that comes with public intoxication? If you have a misdemeanor warrant for your arrest then most likely you have been trying desperately to find out how to best handle this situation from your past.

In order to best assess what to do if a misdemeanor warrant has been issued for your arrest, you must understand what a misdemeanor warrant actually is.

A misdemeanor warrant is a court sanctioned document that calls upon law enforcement officers to arrest you, the accused, of a criminal act that may not have been witnessed by an officer of the law. A misdemeanor warrant is issued if there is probable cause that you’ve committed a crime under the umbrella of things such as the following:

  • Possession of Marijuana
  • Driving While Intoxicated (DWI)
  • Assault or Assault involving Family Violence
  • Theft or Theft by Check
  • Criminal Mischief– possibly caught on camera or witnessed by person(s).

The reasons why this type of warrant has been following you may vary but essentially, the prosecuting party believes that they can provide probable cause to the court. The good news is that you do have options. When there’s a misdemeanor warrant out for your arrest, make sure you consult a licensed bail agent with Freedom Bail Bonds to find out the next steps in your unique case. The process to satisfy the warrant is called a walk through and in a matter of a few hours the threat of being arrested will be a thing of the past!

If you’re innocent of the crime, go to trial with your lawyer who will be able to present proof of your innocence through accumulated evidence. In case you’re in a tough situation right now in Travis County or Williamson County and need to get a bail bond, call Freedom Bail Bonds toll free number: 1-(800)-766-7002.