No warrant is required for bounty hunters to enter your house. They are permitted to enter your home without a warrant and, if necessary, use force to make arrests. This covers crossing state lines in almost all of the nation’s counties. Bounty hunters have a very high success record for re-arrests; they may contact your loved ones, friends, former or current employers, or acquaintances to secure your re-arrest.
Without a warrant, they have the right to enter a defendant’s residence and make arrests while using any amount of force, up to and including lethal force, if required. Defendants may be housed in prison for a while. In almost every jurisdiction in this nation, they can transport defendants over state boundaries.
Bounty hunting is a legitimate occupation in Kansas, and the state does not require licenses for those who do it.
Additionally, bounty hunters are allowed to possess and defend themselves with firearms.