The HCSO’s online warrant search provides information related only to Class A and Class B misdemeanor warrants and other processes issued by a Harris County Criminal Court at Law.
If your name appears on this list, act immediately to avoid arrest.
You may post bail in the form of a surety bond obtained through a licensed bail bondsman; you may deposit cash in the amount of your bail; or you may surrender yourself and request that a magistrate release you on a personal bond without sureties or other security.
You may post bail or surrender to the HCSO’s Bonding Desk at 49 San Jacinto, Houston, Texas 77002. The HCSO’s Bonding Desk is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, including holidays.
If you are arrested you will be required to post bail to secure your release from custody.
Felony and Misdemeanor Warrants. Felony and Misdemeanor warrant information may be obtained via the Harris County District Clerk’s website at www.hcdistrictclerk.com under Online Services, Search Our Records and Documents.
Harris County Justice Courts. Information about fine only misdemeanor cases pending in the Harris County Justice Courts may be found by using the “Find Information about Cases and Dockets", “Find My Case and Court Date” on the Courts’ Website at www.jp.hctx.net.
City of Houston Municipal Courts. Information about fine only misdemeanor cases pending in the City of Houston Municipal Courts may be found by calling “311.” Information may also be obtained by using the Municipal Courts’ Website at www.houstontx.gov/courts , or by calling the Municipal Courts at 713-247-5479.
If you have questions about warrants or the information on this site, you should seek advice from a lawyer of your choosing.
FOR YOUR OWN SAFETY, DO NOT ATTEMPT TO APPREHEND ANY PERSON LISTED ON THIS SITE.
IF YOU HAVE INFORMATION ABOUT ANY PERSON LISTED ON THIS SITE, YOU MAY CONTACT THE HARRIS COUNTY SHERIFF’s OFFICE AT 713-755-6055.
If you commit a misdemeanor crime, a warrant can be issued for your arrest. Warrants are issued by the county in which you either live or have committed the crime.
THIS INFORMATION IS NOT TO BE USED BY LAW ENFORCEMENT FOR THE PURPOSE OF CONFIRMATION OF WARRANTS OR THE APPREHENSION OF INDIVIDUALS WHOSE NAMES APPEAR ON THIS WEBSITE.
Law enforcement officers should verify a warrant through a secondary source before arresting a person or may contact the Harris County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Warrants Division.
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