Uvalde County, just as every other county throughout the state of Texas, must follow the arrest warrant laws that have been laid out at the state level. Because these laws are created by the state and serve as guideposts for each county, the regulations for arrest warrants are the same in each county. Further, because arrest warrants are issued with the explicit authority of Texas, a warrant for one county is valid in every other county in the state. This means that if you receive an arrest warrant for Uvalde County TX, you can be arrested in any other county.
All Uvalde County arrest warrants must include the name of the person believed to have committed a crime, an explanation of what that crime was, and the signature of the authorizing judge. An arrest warrant can only be created once police officers show evidence implicating an individual in a crime. Once signed, suspects must be arrested within 48 hours.
Uvalde County TX does not provide an online listing of all of its currently active warrants. If you would like to find out whether you have an active Uvalde County warrant, you should instead get in contact with the sheriff of Uvalde County. This can be done by calling 830-278-4111, or by visiting 121 E. Nopal Rd., in Uvalde, Texas 78801. To look into records if arrest of current prison inmates, you can use a search tool provided by the Texas Department of Criminal Justice at https://offender.tdcj.texas.gov/OffenderSearch/index.jsp . Or you can use the above search form to instantly search through an online criminal records database.
According to the Annual Statistical Report of the TDCJ, 97 people were imprisoned in Uvalde County at the end of 2010 at the county level, and 14 at the state level. You can read this report at https://www.tdcj.state.tx.us/documents/Statistical_Report_FY2014.pdf .