How do you know if you have a warrant in Harris County

Below is a quote from a blog article that talks about arrest warrants.  Please make a comment about the link and include any information on how Capitol Bail Bonds would check to see if you have an arrest warrant.

When a government issues a warrant for your arrest, they want to locate you and make sure you pay your fine or conduct whatever business is waiting for you in the courts.

If you have a warrant in Harris County it could be for several reasons. Not appearing in court,  and unpaid traffic tickets are two of the most common reasons. Call Capitol Bail Bonds and give us the proper information which would be your name and DOB we can then enter the information into the system and pull up any open warrants.

If there is a warrant we can post a bond to help you take care of any situation. This is called a non-arrest bond and if the defendant is in jail we can post a bond as well that will expedite the proceedings to get them out of jail.

Call Capitol Bail Bonds located at 607 Houston Ave downtown Houston, Texas across from the city jail. We will be happy to help you locate this information in a few short minutes and be on the way to helping you post the necessary bond to get you a new court date. There is no need to worry any longer our friendly staff are willing, and able to assist you.



Harris County Bail Bonds Tips


When acquiring a Harris County bail bond, pertinent information a bail bondsman will need is the defendant’s name, social security number, the arresting agency, the exact charge against the defendant and the amount of the bond. With this information, the bondsman will be able to determine the amount of cash needed to bond the defendant out.

A Harris County bail bonding company is the phone book, but really who still uses the phone book these days.  Search the internet with keywords like:  Houston bail bonds, Greenspoint Houston bail bonds, and other areas of Harris County.  Credible bonding companies will usually show up in the first three pages of your internet search.

A Harris County bail bond is a financial promise that a person will appear in court for a case, hearing or trial. Many people who have been arrested for alleged crimes need to procure a bail bond in order to avoid jail time. While bail bonds mean that you may have to risk financial security, they are often necessary in order to avoid jail. Here are a few reasons why to procure a Harris County bail bond:

To Avoid Jail Time

The biggest and most obvious reason to get a bail bond is to avoid jail time. In some arrests, there can be months between an arrest and a trial, which would otherwise be spent in jail.

To Broadcast Your Innocence

By placing your finances or home on the line as a guarantee of your court appearance, you are broadcasting your innocence. Only those who are guilty would avoid their trials.

To Avoid Asking Friends and Family For Assistance

If you need to pay a large amount of money to secure release, you may not want to ask friends, colleague or family for financial help.


When you need help with a Harris County Bail Bond, call Capitol Bail Bonds, located across the street from the Houston City Jail.


Capitol Bail Bonds

607 Houston Ave.

Houston, TX 77007



Carolyn Campbell is the owner of Capitol Bail Bonds. She can be reached @ 713-281-1000 or online for more information.