Finding information about arrest warrants in Texas relies on a number of different variables, such as knowing where to look and understanding what an arrest warrant actually is. An arrest warrant grants permission to officers of the peace to arrest a specific individual for a crime, and an arrest warrant can only be authorized by a judge or a magistrate. It is important to note that warrants can only be authorized by the court in the same county where the crime was committed. Texas warrants must include the name of the suspect, the crime that they committed, and the authorizing signature of the judge.
The best place to start a search for Nueces County arrest warrants is through the sheriffs office of that county. You can find their website at http://www.co.nueces.tx.us/sheriff/, and you can also visit the sheriff in person at 901 Leopard St., in Corpus Christi, TX 78401. You can view the Most Wanted persons of Nueces County TX at http://www.co.nueces.tx.us/sheriff/pdf/mostwanted/2011-1231.pdf.
If you do in fact have an active warrant in Nueces County TX, we highly recommend that you turn yourself in as soon as possible. This will make the process of demonstrating your presumed innocence far easier than if you evade police forces. Keep in mind that warrants are issued by the state, so police forces can still arrest you even if you flee to another county.
You can take a look at the law which governs how arrest warrants function at https://statutes.capitol.texas.gov/Docs/CR/htm/CR.15.htm.
By the end of 2010, 2,838 people were in prison in Nueces County prison, and there were as many as 314 prisoners at the state level. This information is from the 2010 Annual Statistical Report, as issued by the TDCJ, and can be found at https://www.tdcj.state.tx.us/documents/Statistical_Report_FY2014.pdf .