What is a tax warrant?

Answer A state tax warrant is a lien that is put on a taxpayer's property when he fails to pay a tax, interest, fee or penalty that he owes the state department of revenue. Typically, the warrant is filed... Read More »

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What does warrant mean?

A warrant is an order issued by a judge or court of law authorizing law enforcement officials to arrest someone suspected of committing a crime. If officials cannot locate the person to arrest him... Read More »

How to Get a Warrant Taken Away?

It is a scary thing to have a warrant out for your arrest. Law enforcement officers may show up to your home or place of employment looking to arrest you. If you are identified, such as during a ro... Read More »

What Is a COC Warrant?

COC, in the legal world, stands for contempt of court. COC prevents the judicial system from functioning properly. There are two different types of COC, criminal and civil. Criminal contempt usual... Read More »

What Is a Ramey warrant?

A Ramey warrant is a type of arrest warrant. Standard arrest warrants require the filing of a complaint. Ramey warrants are issued prior to filing criminal charges in court. The case law is based o... Read More »