Have A Warrant In Tulsa?  Alameda Bail Bonds In Tulsa Will Help You.

Most of the people who go to jail aren't hardened criminals, most time its probably because a person received a ticket, put it away in the glove compartment, and completely forgot to pay it or to court on it.  Believe it or not, this does happen.  Do you remember when was the last time you received a ticket, If you do not know, call us and we can check to see if you have any warrants?  Its always better to be safe than sorry, because you may be driving around Tulsa without knowing about a potential arrest.  If you do happen to have a Municipal or County Warrant, no problem, we can this fixed for you.  By taking care of your warrant, you won't have to be looking over your shoulder.  Also, remember places like Tulsa County Courthouse Cost Administration could help you pay off your county fines. There is more information about Aberdeen in the bottom section of this page.


You may not even have to surrender at Tulsa County Jail for your Warrant.

Having a warrant does not make you criminal. It just means you missed a court date. Sometimes you don't even need a Bondsman to do this if its a City Municipal ticket, call us to find out how. Most often we don't have to get you booked in the Tulsa County Jail; we may be able to do this at the Tulsa County Courthouse if the warrant is for an Application to Accelerate, Application to Revoke, or a Failure To Appear. It will save you a great deal of time by doing it at the courthouse instead of waiting hours at the David L Moss Criminal Justice Center. Please remember to have your I.D handy. When you arrive on the 2nd floor of the Courthouse with your Cosigner, we can get the process started. I usually take about 20 to 30 minutes from the time you arrive at the courthouse to get this done.

We are here Answer Any Warrant Questions you may have

Alameda Bail Bondsman, Angel Alameda can assist you with any questions you may have about warrants.  We can and will help you.  Our goal is to provide all clients in Tulsa, bail at prices you can afford.  You will have Warrants out of your life by choosing our services, call us at 918-599-7651 and let us see how we can help you today.  Before you go surrender, we can make sure that the warrant is active.  It can take at times up to 2 weeks for an order in Tulsa to be active. If you have seen it at OSCN, it doesn't mean that the hard copy has hit the Warrants Department at David L Moss jail.  They must have the original Warrant in hand before you can surrender. 

What Are Cash Only Warrants? Who Can Help You With That?

When someone is arrested and booked into jail on a cash-only bond,  this is for an outstanding balance and court cost. Unfortunately, Bail bondsmen in Tulsa and Oklahoma only do Surety Bail. The fine will have to be paid, or the person must sit it out until a Judge decides to set them up on a payment plan again. You can call Tulsa County Courthouse Cost Administration at  918-596-5458 to pay on County Cash Only Bonds.   It is essential to pay Tulsa Courthouse cost administration if you would like to stay out of Jail.

After You Surrender And Bond Out Whats Next?

When a person surrenders, they will get a new court date and will have to hire an Attorney to represent them in the court of law. They must go to all court dates given to them by the Judge to avoid any future Warrants. If they cant remember their court dates they call always call their bondsman and get it. It is essential to contact your Bondsman after all court dates and if you move, change your number, or need to leave the state for any reason.