I was hoping to resolve a warrant, as I should most definitely have one, in Colorado Springs, El Paso County. However, I called the county's warrant office and the clerk said they did not have me in their system for a warrant. This is over a matter which occurred 2 years ago. Does this mean there is for certain no warrant, or that they are negligent in simply updating their database?

  • What jurisdiction (country, province, principality, state, county etc) does your question relate to? – Rock Ape Apr 8 at 10:16
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    This was in Colorado Springs, CO. El Paso County – Bambino12 Apr 8 at 12:19
  • Is there any way you could find out which court may have issued the warrant so you could ask there? – Rock Ape Apr 8 at 12:57
  • That was the court I initially contacted, if I’m understanding your question correctly. I think I will ask for an attorneys assistance to see what happened. – Bambino12 Apr 8 at 13:03
  • Yeah, sorry, didn't realise that the WO was part of the court. Getting an attorney seems to be the way forward. – Rock Ape Apr 8 at 13:08

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