If a blue warrant has been issued there is a warrant for your arrest.  Unfortunately, there is no bond for a blue warrant.  Unlike a normal arrest warrant issued by a court a blue warrant is issued by the parole division and they do not set bonds when issuing the warrant.  Additionally, there is no court to approach to request a bond.  The only way to deal with a blue warrant is through the parole officer and they usually will require that you be in custody.  You should also be aware that your parole officer is not obligated to tell you that a blue warrant exists.  If you are arrested or turn yourself in you are entitled to a parole hearing and the parole hearing should take place within a reasonable time.

    If there is a blue warrant out for your arrest or you believe there may be please call us at 713-651-1444 or fill out an online contact form.  Just because you are on parole does not mean that you do not have rights.  Do not make the mistake of waiving any of your constitutional rights.  Your parole officer may think that you violated a condition of your parole but that does not mean you will lose your freedom.

Seth Topek
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