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How To Look Up Warrants In Travis County

Charlie explains how to find warrants online in Travis County using just your name and date of birth.


Q: How can I look up warrants online in Travis County?

A: You can search for warrants online using your name and sometimes your date of birth. Links to all relevant websites for conducting these searches are included in the description.

Q: Is law enforcement required to notify me if there is a warrant for my arrest?

A: No, law enforcement is not obligated to inform you of an existing warrant. It's a common misconception that they must notify individuals, but that is not the case.

Q: How long after an offense can a warrant be issued?

A: A warrant can be issued up to two years after the date of the offense, particularly for misdemeanors, due to the statute of limitations.

Q: Which website should I primarily use to look up warrants in Travis County?

A: The main website for looking up Class B misdemeanors, Class A misdemeanors, and all felonies (except traffic tickets) is the Travis County Odyssey portal.

Q: Are there other websites I should check in addition to the Travis County Odyssey portal?

A: Yes, you should also check the APD warrant site and the Travis County Sheriff's Office warrant website to ensure thoroughness, as some information might not appear in the Odyssey portal.

Q: Where do I search for Class C ticket warrants?

A: For Class C tickets, you should check the Austin Municipal Warrants website. If the ticket is from one of the Justice of the Peace Courts, check their specific website.

Q: What should I do if the municipality is not online, like Bee Caves or Sunset Valley?

A: For municipalities that do not offer online searches, you must contact the court directly to inquire about any Class C ticket warrants.

Q: Who can I contact for help looking up a warrant?

A: If you need assistance looking up a warrant, fill out the forms below and we will call you with more information.

Free Travis County Warrant Search

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