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|Nearly all bench warrants come from pending court cases - and if you are
interested in a warrant, you are probably also interested in the court
case that produced the warrant. Right?|
Warrants are actually court orders to a Sheriffs Department or other law enforcement that says - basically - "Bring this person to court."
The most common reason for a warrant to issue is a missed court date (failure to appear) or failure to obey a court order, such as a child support order, or probation order to complete classes.
Usually, the information found on the Warrant itself is: 1) the case # and court address that issued it; 2) the required bail to get released after arrest; and 3) sometimes, the charges on the case.
If you want details on the original case and why the warrant was issued, you need to get the case details.