If youre concerned that you may have an active Victoria County TX arrest warrant, the first thing that you need to do is find out. This can best be achieved by getting into contact with the Victoria County TX Sheriffs Office, which can be found at 101 North Glass Street, in Victoria, TX 77901. You can also call the Victoria County Sheriffs Office at 361-575-0651. Victoria County Sheriffs Office does not at the current time maintain an active database of current arrest warrants.
If you are instead looking for Victoria County arrest records, you can perform a search for them at https://offender.tdcj.texas.gov/OffenderSearch/index.jsp . This tool, provided by the TDCJ, will allow you to view the arrest records of current prison inmates. Or, you can use the above search form to instantly search through an online criminal records database.
Should you find that you do have a current Victoria County TX arrest warrant, then you have a number of different options. The first should be to contact a defense attorney as quickly as possible, as no other source is authorized to give you legal advice. Additionally, handing yourself over to authorities is generally a good idea, as it can save you from future legal trouble.
Because Victoria County arrest warrants, like the arrest warrants from every other county in the state of Texas, are issued on a statewide basis, you cannot flee to another county to evade arrest. Once a judge has authorized an arrest warrant, officers of the peace are required to make an arrest within 48 hours. You can read the full language of this law at https://statutes.capitol.texas.gov/Docs/CR/htm/CR.15.htm. Please keep in mind that an arrest warrant does not indicate guilt.