Arrest warrants operate identically throughout the state of Texas. Although warrants’ execution might change from one county to the next, warrants are governed at the state level by the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure (located at https://statutes.capitol.texas.gov/Docs/CR/htm/CR.15.htm). This means that there are several things that all Texas warrants should have in common. Every arrest warrant issued in Texas must include the following: the name of the person accused of a crime, the crime that the person is accused of committing, the name of the county where the crime was committed, and the signature of the judge or magistrate that authorized the arrest warrant. Further, all arrest warrants must result in an arrest within 48 hours of signing that warrant.
If you’re concerned that you have an active warrant for you in Maverick County, the best thing to do now is to contact the Maverick County Sheriff’s Office. You may do so in person at Rt. 3, Box 1033, US Hwy 57 N., in Eagle Pass, TX 78852. You can also try to call the sheriff’s office at 830-773-2321, although you will more than likely be asked to appear in person to complete a warrant search for Maverick County. If you’re trying to access arrest records for Maverick County, TX, you have two options you can either visit the TDCJ Offender Information Search tool at https://offender.tdcj.texas.gov/OffenderSearch/index.jsp, or you can use the above search form to search through an online criminal records database instantly. Please note that the TDCJ link only functions for persons currently residing in Texan prisons.
If you have a Maverick County warrant, the best thing to do is turn yourself over to authorities. It is always better to do this than to be arrested during a traffic stop.
According to the TDCJ Statistical Report of 2010, there were 86 persons in Maverick County jails at the end of the year, with another 7 persons at the state prison. You can read this report at https://www.tdcj.state.tx.us/documents/Statistical_Report_FY2014.pdf.