Allen Warrants

When there is an Allen, Texas warrant out for your arrest, the best thing to do is take action, as putting it off can lead to immense stress and increase the likelihood that you will be blindsided by an arrest. Whether the underlying charge is a minor misdemeanor or a serious felony, Peveto Law is here to protect your rights and fight for your most advantageous outcome.

Responding to Allen Texas warrants

Civil. Criminal. Alias. Capias. Bench. Fugitive. There are many types of warrants you may be facing in TX and each is issued for its own reason. Whether you failed to appear for a ticket, were accused of a crime with evidence strong enough that a judge issued a criminal warrant, failed to make child support payments, or have been targeted for any one of a number of other reasons, the end result is essentially the same: you could face arrest without warning at any moment.

You have several options for responding. You could simply turn yourself in, but that could lead to time in jail until your case is added to a docket. An often more appealing option is to work with an attorney to post a bond, getting you added to the docket and buying you some more time outside of jail to respond to the underlying charge. At Peveto Law, when we tackle Collin County warrants, we look for any weaknesses in the allegations that could lead to dismissal, reduction, or some other beneficial result.

Perform an Allen Texas warrant search

There are several online locations to perform an Allen Texas warrant search. Collin County provides an active warrant lookup. A county judicial records search may provide additional results. For Allen Municipal Court records, it is possible to search the status of local violations. There may also be warrants listed by the Texas Department of Public Safety; its statewide search includes warrants reported by cities and counties.

In any case, it is possible that some records do not appear on one of the online search tools. The warrant may be too recent to appear, or you may not be searching the correct jurisdiction to find it. If you suspect you may have a warrant pending, a Texas warrants attorney can help track it down.

Clearing warrant information in Allen, Texas

It is in your best interest to have a warrant cleared from your record as quickly as possible. A pending warrant can lead to a suspended driver’s license, impaired job opportunities, and of course arrest. You could be arrested at work, in front of your children, or in some other harrowing way.

At Peveto Law, we provide rock-solid representation to clients who have been charged with crimes in Allen, Texas and throughout the DFW area. We know how to track down Allen warrants and determine the most appropriate way to respond. If you know or have reason to suspect that you have been named in a Texas warrant, call Peveto Law today for a free and confidential consultation.

Additional resources for warrants in Allen, Texas:

  1. Collin County Texas, Active Warrants Lookup,
  2. Collin County Texas, Judicial Online Search,
  3. Allen Municipal Court, Search Violations,