At Around the Clock Bail Bonds, we provide services to clear your warrant without the embarrassment and hassle of actually being arrested. If you have an order out for your arrest, the walkthrough process is your best option. Our process allows you to spend as little time at the jail and courthouse as possible. Call (512) 476-5245 to get started.
An arrest warrant is an order issued by a court that authorizes law enforcement to detain the named offender. Basically, if you have an outstanding warrant, law enforcement has every right to apprehend you at any time and bring you to court. It is very unlikely that an arrest order will be dismissed or annulled once it has been issued and it will not go away with time. You can check for outstanding warrants online through the Travis County Sheriff’s Department and/or the Austin Police Department.
Completing a warrant walkthrough is a very positive step in answering for an arrest warrant. We advise our clients to complete a walkthrough to avoid the hassle and complications of an actual arrest.
To begin the process, follow these steps:
Call Around the Clock Bail Bonds at (512) 476-5245.
We are on call 24 hours a day, seven days a week to assist you. Do not wait until law enforcement finds you–set up a walkthrough with us today.
We will make arrangements for your arrest.
An agent will accompany you to the Travis County courthouse where you will present yourself for arrest. You will need to present personal information, including your ID, and fingerprints and photographs will be taken.
We post your bail, file paperwork, and have you released FAST.
The benefit of a walkthrough is that you spend much less time at the jail and courthouse than you would have had you been arrested. We post the bail bond immediately, file all necessary paperwork with the court, and have you released very quickly.
You are free to go.
Once all the paperwork is complete, you will be free to leave. However, you are still obligated to attend your scheduled court date. The court will provide you with paperwork which includes your first court date. It is your responsibility to keep this date and time.