A warrant is a document issued by a legal or government official authorizing the police or some other body to make an arrest, search premises, or carry out some other action relating to the administration of justice.
Got Warrants? Arrest Warrants are never a good thing and are very stressful as you never know when law enforcement is coming to get you or if you will get arrested by being pulled over for a brake light out. A warrant for your arrest is also known in the court system as "OFA" which means Order For Arrest. The court system normally will not tell you if you have a warrant for your arrest, but some cases you may get lucky. When you learn of a warrant issued for you arrest or know it may be coming it may be a good idea to start getting prepared including finding the right attorney for your case and finding the right bondsman (which we hope is us). Call as soon as you know and explain your situation as every case is different and we will help you in every way possible to make it less stressful.
When you know that you now have your second FTA (Failure To Appear) the magistrate may check a box on your appearance bond stating this is a actual notice, also known as a "c-bond". When this happens, a bail bondsman that agrees to post your bail is taking full responsibility for the total bond amount and cannot be set aside in the event of a forfeiture. Most bail bondsman will not accept these bonds as it is a huge liability, but we can help. If you ever find yourself coming across this situation you will need more than likely 100% percent collateral, but call us and we can explain it to you as well as try to help.