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Do You Have an Outstanding Warrant in Hartford? July 29, 2020

Downtown Hartford, Hartford
Do You Have an Outstanding Warrant in Hartford?, Hartford, Connecticut

Having a warrant out for your arrest can upend your life, potentially turning a simple traffic stop into a trip to jail. Unfortunately, many defendants don’t even realize the court has issued a warrant until it’s too late. If you live in the Hartford area, a local bail bond office can find out whether you’re in legal trouble and may minimize the risk of landing in a Hartford jail.

What Is an Arrest Warrant?

A warrant gives police the legal authority to take you into custody. Judges might issue warrants after police gather enough evidence to justify an arrest or a defendant fails to appear in court. Probation violations can also result in an arrest warrant, even if police officers didn’t take you into custody at the time of the incident.

How Are Warrants Executed?

bail bondIf you have a warrant out for your arrest in Hartford, the police won’t necessarily show up at your door. Instead, you’ll typically receive a notification in the mail, requiring you to turn yourself in at the local police station. If you don’t, the warrant will remain in place until you come into contact with the police. If you’re pulled over for speeding or witness a crime, officers will likely take you into custody.

However, Hartford police do occasionally coordinate with Connecticut state law enforcement agencies to sweep up people with outstanding warrants. In a single day, they can pick up hundreds of defendants accused of a wide range of felony and misdemeanor offenses.

How Can You Check if You Have a Warrant?

A Hartford bail bonds agency may be your bet. You may try calling your local police department to ask about the status of your warrant, but they’ll likely say that you have to inquire in person. This typically isn’t the best approach, as you may be arrested on the spot.

Fortunately, bail bond agencies have access to the same databases used by law enforcement. Many offer free warrant search services, and will help you decide on the best path forward to minimize your risk of going to jail.

For over 23 years, 3-D Bail Bonds has helped reunite defendants and their families throughout Connecticut. If you suspect you have a warrant out of your arrest, our agents will verify the information and provide the respectful, professional service you deserve. Visit us online to learn more about how we can help, or call (860) 247-2245 to speak with a bail bondsman in Hartford. Find their Hartford office directly across from the Hartford Correctional Center. For their New Britain bail bonds location, call (860) 229-2525. Dial (203) 562-6666 to speak with a bail bondsman in New Haven.

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