Missouri Warrant Search

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How to Check for Missouri Warrant Records

The era we live in has a very high rate of crime, and one can never be sure of who to trust unless we run a background check. As a concerned citizen, parent, and good Sarmatian, it is all our duty to keep a close eye on the people in our Missouri communities in order to ensure that they are safe at all times. For this reason, among others, the United States of America and its citizens have the right to access criminal records, including any type of warrant on anyone. The Freedom of Information Act paved the way to the current structure of criminal records in America. A good way to check up on someone is to run a Missouri warrant search, and all you need to begin this search is the person’s first and last name. Then with the help of an online public record website, anyone can run this search anonymously from the convenience of their home, work, or on the go with their smartphone. A person’s Missouri warrant records will reveal if that person is trustworthy, if they have any previous run-ins with the law, felonies, misdemeanors, and even traffic citations. There is a wealth of information you can find with a Missouri warrant search.

Searching For Arrest Warrants in Missouri

An arrest warrant search is a method through which you can inquire whether or not a person has any pending criminal charges that will lead to their arrest, or if they have had any previous criminal records. A Missouri arrest warrant search will give you a heads up if someone is dangerous, what their criminal charges are and if you should be concerned about reporting this person to the authorities. Although the crime rate within the state of Missouri is not as high as in other parts of America, it is always better to be safe than sorry. To begin a Missouri arrest warrant search you will need to find the name of the person of interest, the more information you have on this person, the more accurate your results will be. Then you have some options for searching for this information online. You can search through the various county sheriff department websites, which is a good place to find the most-wanted criminals in the state and county. Another option is to use an online public record site where you can search anonymously and statewide with a simple name search. Many people like their privacy when searching online and this second option is very popular because you can search without letting anyone know you are doing so.

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Finding Warrant Records from Missouri State Resources

Typically, warrant searches have to be researched by county in the state of Missouri if you are using state run resources. If you know the county where the warrant was issued, or where the person of interest resides, then the relevant county sheriff department websites are a good place to start. You can also sometimes use city police websites to access more specific warrant records if you know where to look. A third option is to use the Missouri highway patrol site to access criminal records, arrest records and active Missouri warrants for a small fee. The only caveat to using any of these resources is you will often need to register with them to use their resource, so your searches will not be private. If you are looking to run a Missouri bench warrant search, you will need to use county courthouse website resources as the state law enforcement agencies will only show you active Missouri arrest warrants and fugitives.

Do I Have an Active Arrest Warrant in Missouri

If you think there might be an active warrant out for your arrest that you are not aware of there are some steps to take to help you navigate this. Typically, the smartest thing to do would be to contact the authorities immediately to address the concern directly. Legally, you have the opportunity to get a lawyer before you contact the authorities, so that you can better represent yourself with appropriate advice given by someone with an intricate understanding of the system. Here are some simple steps to take that can help you decide what to do next.

  1. Check online to run an active Missouri arrest warrant search to make sure you do indeed have one issued in your name. You will be able to find if there is anything active, what the criminal charges, what county it was issued in and the date of issuance. 
  2. Before making any decisions, it’s essential to obtain legal advice from a criminal defense attorney if you can afford one. If you cannot then you might be stuck with a public defender but either way, make sure you consult with them before surrendering yourself if possible. 
  3. If it’s a minor offense or misunderstanding, turning yourself in can reflect positively and you might be able to be released on bail. But do this under the guidance of an attorney if at all possible. They can help you peacefully surrender yourself and go through the correct channels to getting you released or bond out until your court hearing. 
  4. The next step is to plan your approach to the courts with your attorney and make sure you have all the information you need before going to court. Being well prepared and looking sharp will only help you while you are in front of a judge, or jury. Showing up to court unprepared and looking sloppy has never help anyone. 

Missouri warrants play a significant role in maintaining law and order and holding criminals accountable for their actions. It is also essential to understand their implications, not just from a legal standpoint but also in how they can profoundly affect a person’s life and future prospects. Awareness and proactive measures can help in navigating and mitigating the potential challenges posed by these. Warrants should be taken very seriously, and if there is any question if you or someone else has one, a quick background check through a public record website will give you all the information you need to take the next step. These records do not go away on their own and they can drag down many future opportunities if they are ignored. 

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Missouri Warrant Search - Q&A

Do I Have a Warrant in Missouri?

It's easy to check if you have an active Missouri warrant. You can contact your county courthouse clerk and inquire or search with the help of a public records website. A search from a public records website has the advantage of being anonymous.

Who Can Lookup Warrants in Missouri?

Anyone can lookup a warrant in Missouri as they are public record. If you know the full name of the person and their age or date of birth it's relatively easy to perform a warrant check online with the help of public record websites like SearchQuarry.com.

Are Missouri warrants public record?

Yes, all arrest and bench warrants in the state of Missouri are public record which means that anyone can view them online.

How long do warrants last in Missouri?

They can last indefinitely which means that they do not go away. Arrest warrants specifically will stick around until that person is arrested or a judge quashes or removes it. Bench warrants can sometimes be lifted if a missed court appearance is rescheduled or a delinquent court fine that is paid off.

Can a warrant affect my employment in Missouri?

Absolutely, a warrant will show up on a background check which can make it a barrier to being hired. Many employers will pass on someone with a criminal past or an active Missouri warrant.

Can I travel outside of Missouri with a warrant?

It is not recommended as you can get arrested and extradited back to Missouri if you are caught traveling out of state with an active Missouri warrant. It can especially difficult to fly anywhere as TSA will run your information through their database which will flag you and then be detained and arrested potentially. It is not a good idea to travel out of state with any active warrants.

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  1. says:

    We do show a parole violation for a Tina Lynn Pugsley and an active Missouri warrant for her, as well as a failure to follow judges orders.

  2. says:

    Does Tina pugsley have a warrant

  3. says:

    Gordon, we ran a check for you and did not find anything in our database resources at this time. If you suspect this might be a recently issued warrant or one that is pending because of a missed court appearance then you’ll want to reach out to the county clerk where you suspect this is from

  4. says:

    Need a warrant check Stephen Gordon, Joplin, mo

  5. says:

    Hans, we ran a search for you and we did not find any results in the state of Missouri

  6. says:

    Looking for warrant info for Hans Dykes

  7. says:

    Jamie, we ran an extensive nationwide search with our resources but did not find anything listed under your name

  8. says:

    Does jamie conaway have a warrant in dixon mo

  9. says:

    Can you check to see if david j cunningham age 27 dob 7/11/1994

  10. says:

    can you please check for any Randolph county missouri warrants for Charles Leonard Birdsong, age 60

  11. says:

    Our records show multiple criminal records for an Anthony M. Ashbury but no active Missouri warrants at this time

  12. says:

    Cass co. Sherrifs keep going too my moms n asking for me….they say im not in trouble can you see if i have any warrants

  13. says:

    Brandon, we ran a Missouri warrant search for you and did not find anything active at this time

  14. says:

    I have an unpaid fine that is getting close to a year old. I have to make a few phone calls to figure out how to pay it, as it was turned over to a collections group. In the meantime, are you able to see if I have an active warrant, due to this unpaid fine?

  15. says:

    Joe, we did not find anything under your friend’s name, Brandin Chapin, with our MO warrant check

  16. says:

    Checking to see if a friend has any warrants in the state of MO Brandin Chapin

  17. says:

    Rhonda, we found an arrest record for a domestic violence charge from 2017 however we do not show any active MO warrants at this time

  18. says:

    I have Cancer and can\’t go to jail unexpectedly. I need to do a warrant check for myself so I can take care of it. Please check in Hollister, Taney county, MO. I am 54 y/o. Thank you for your prom p t attention to this matter.

  19. says:

    Shelia, we ran a Missouri warrant check for you and could not find anything at this time under your name

  20. says:

    I need to know if I have any active warrants in Missouri?

  21. says:

    Pauline, we found some criminal records related to some controlled substance charges however we haven’t found any warrants under your name in Missouri

  22. says:

    I need to find out if I have a warrant in Missouri so that I can do whatever messed to get it taken care of so I don\’t have to worry about it after I have my baby in about 3 months. My name is Pauline Ashby d.o.b 05-20-91 I live in st.charels county Missouri.could you plz help me find out my warrant status possibly plz?

  23. says:

    We don’t show any Missouri arrest warrants for a Frederic Schultz

  24. says:

    I would like to know if I have any warrants in Missouri Frederic a Schultz 12/01/80

  25. says:

    We checked our Missouri criminal record database and show an arrest record and incarceration from a few years ago as well as probation orders however, we are not showing any active warrants at this time

  26. says:

    Ashante, we’re not showing any warrants in our database attached to your name in Missouri

  27. says:

    Hello I need to find out if I have a Warrant I was unaware of. If so how do I go about paying it

  28. says:

    I never got a ticket or any type of arrest record with any case # or code to check on my status of any charges filed against me was wondering if I have an active case with an active warrant for my arrest is there any way for me to access this information on my legal status for myself?…»» Pauline Sue Ashby

  29. says:

    Benjamin Johnson is a very common name in Missouri. Can you also provide us with your middle name and age so we can filter our results?

  30. says:

    I need a warrant check in missouri please.

Last Updated: 2023-08-22

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