How Can I Find Out if I Have a Warrant in Arizona?

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How Can I Find Out if I Have an Active Warrant in Arizona?

If you have an active warrant in Arizona, it can usually be found easily with an online search. Warrants can be issued for many reasons such as for the arrest of an individual, for failing to appear in court, as well as failing to pay fines or completing other terms of a sentence. Read on to discover your look-up options.

The best place to start your search is the Public Access Case Lookup through the Arizona Judicial Branch. Found here, this tool provides a good outline of your case.

If you have a case number and know which court your case is through, you can also call the court directly. To find a directory of all the courts that serve Arizona, visit here. Call the Clerk of Court for the appropriate courthouse and ask if there is an active warrant in your name. You will likely be asked to provide additional personal information to complete the request.

It is also possible to call the Arizona Department of Public Safety at 602.223.2000, or your county sheriff’s office, to ascertain this information. Depending on your county, it may also be possible to find this information online:

  • Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office has an online look-up tool for warrants, and Maricopa County has a case lookup tool
  • Mohave County’s warrant lookup tool is found here.
  • Pima County has a general case lookup tool here.

If you discover that you have an active warrant in Arizona for any reason, call Rideout Law Group right away so we can review your case and provide you the assistance needed to move forward.



With offices in Lake Havasu City and Scottsdale, our firm serves the entire state of Arizona, with a particular focus on criminal defense, family law, and juvenile cases.

Our goal is for the best outcome for your criminal case, which can include:

  • charges that are reduced or dropped.
  • top experts reviewing your case.
  • aggressive negotiations with the prosecution for plea bargains.
  • fines or probation in lieu of jail time.

At Rideout Law Group, our attorneys are able to expertly examine the evidence in your case to provide a strong strategy for argument that leads to an outcome that is most favorable to you. We have experience in all types of criminal cases for both adults and juveniles, with positive outcomes both in plea negotiations as well as jury trial settings.

Call us today for a free consultation at 480-584-3328.

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