What Is A Warrant Walk Through?

Do you have a warrant out for your arrest in Florida? Warrants can be terrifying and are able to be issued by a judge for many different reasons. When you hear about having a warrant out, you may be unsure what to do. Do you turn yourself in or do you wait for the police to find you? The easiest way to deal with a warrant is actually called a warrant walk through.

What Is A Warrant Walk Through?

Photo of warrantLet’s get the scary part out of the way; a walk through does indeed mean you would be turning yourself in to the police. However, there is some planning that happens before you turn yourself in. Once you hear of your warrant, the first thing you do is contact your lawyer and a bondsman. Having them on retainer means you will have all of your bases covered before you go in to jail. When you enlist their aide, it is time for them to go to work to discover the details of your warrant.

Many times, when a warrant is issued, a judge will determine a bail amount and give it on the warrant. Your lawyer can inform you of the reason for the warrant and then you can work with your bondsman on the bail. Once all of the information has come to light and you are prepared, you, your lawyer, and the bondsman can then begin the walk through process. At the police station, you will be processed for your warrant as you would normally. Your lawyer will be there with you every step of the way, assisting with statements and maintaining your rights. However, instead of being escorted to a cell at the end of processing, your bondsman can take care of the bail amount. This expedient system means you get in and out of the jail quickly!

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