Avoid the hassle and embarrassment of being arrested in front of your friends, family, or even at your place of work.
If you or someone you know has an active warrant for arrest, we can help guide you through the process of taking care of the warrant. When a warrant is issued for arrest, law enforcement officers will try to locate you at your home or at work, and once in custody, it may take several hours before you can make contact with family or friends to post a bond and have you released from jail.
In many cases, we can offer assistance to help you turn yourself in and bond out within just a few hours of your arrest.
Before you decide to turn yourself in on an outstanding warrant, you will need to make sure you have a bond for the warrant, if you are not sure if you have a bond for your warrant, contact our office and we can help you find the information and start the process for you.
Below are many of the different websites where you can find out about active warrants.
Pinellas County warrants: Contact Sheriff’s Office, or contact a bail bondsman to get warrant information.
If you have a warrant for a jurisdiction outside of Florida, contact our office so we may assist you with the information