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Criminal warrants are orders signed by a judge to detain a person suspected of committing a specific crime. Other warrants that may lead to an arrest are alias warrants and bench warrants. Regardless of the reason Criminal Warrants DO NOT expire until the matter is resolved and closed by the issuing judge. In other words, arrest warrants don’t just go away after the statute of limitations on the crime has ended. Note: warrants can only be revoked by the issuing judge . The defendant's attorney has to file a motion to have the warrant removed from your record even if the statute of limitations on the crime itself has passed.
Civil Warrants are commonly issued in small claims court cases where civil suits are involved. Civil warrants are issued for a specific jurisdiction, whereas criminal warrants can be valid throughout an entire state. A civil warrant is an order signed by a judge that requires an individual to appear in court for a civil case at a specific location and time. Judges may hold the individual in contempt of court for failure to appear. This is then considered a crime and the judge has the right to issue a criminal warrant for the individual.