Does An Arrest Warrant Ever Expire?
The answer to this question is no. Arrest Warrants do not expire. There is no statute of limitations for arrest warrants. In other words, arrest warrants do not expire even if the statute of limitations of the crime itself has passed. To get a warrant removed from your record the issuing judge must close or revoke the arrest warrant. This can be done either by police executing on a warrant where the arrest has been made or the individual or defendant’s attorney files a motion with the court to have the record removed. The reason of removal can be as simple as the statute of limitations on the crime itself has passed.
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