Cullman County Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(293)Cullman County Police Departments
Cullman County Juvenile Detention Center1906 Beech Avenue SoutheastCullmanAL35055256-735-2449
Cullman County Police Departments
Cullman Police Department601 2nd Avenue NortheastCullmanAL35055256-734-1434
Cullman Police Department301 1st Street NortheastCullmanAL35055256-775-7160
Hanceville Police Department203 Bangor AvenueHancevilleAL35077256-352-9811
Sulligent Police Department5795 Alabama 74CullmanAL35058205-698-9111
Cullman County Sheriff Departments
Cullman County Sheriff's Office1900 Beech Avenue SoutheastCullmanAL35055256-735-2400
Cullman County Sheriffs Department1910 Beech Avenue SoutheastCullmanAL35055256-734-0342
Cullman County Probation Department
Cullman County Probation Department500 2nd Avenue SouthwestCullmanAL35055256-775-4771
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Warrant Records Are Important For Your Safety

Warrant Records in Cullman County Alabama

Warrant Records in Cullman County, Alabama are public information. A person can search and request these documents from the courthouse that holds the records. The fastest and easiest way to obtain these records is online. There are many companies that offer this service online and it is very easy to find one.

One of the main reasons to check is when a person is suspected of wrongdoing. For example, if an employer hires someone, they will want to know if the person was ever arrested or sued for false employment practices. Also consider running a check on new neighbors. Just because they look good and are friendly doesn’t always mean they are stable people.

When a person is fired from their job, there may be a lot of evidence against them. But, the person may have a clean record. If there is enough evidence to hire a private investigator to look into the situation, the court will release all records to that individual.

A warrant can be for any number of things. It can be for suspicion of murder, assault, molestation, rape or anything in between. Usually, a warrant will be issued by a judge after finding probable cause that a person has committed a crime. Probable cause is usually established by a grand jury. If the grand jury does not find enough probable cause to issue a warrant, then the person is considered to have been illegally searched without having a warrant issued.

Warrant records show the date and time that a warrant was issued and the place where the warrant was carried. When a person has a warrant, they are required to give proof that they are the person who owns the property the warrant was given for. That proof can be very difficult to prove unless the person knows the information. Warrant records can sometimes help with proving that a person is not the owner of a certain property.

In some cases, a warrant may be issued based on an honest mistake. The mistake may be listed in the warrant records as the property being used in violation of the law. A judge may issue an arrest warrant for the person if there is no evidence that the person was involved in the illegal activity. The person can challenge the validity of the warrant in court, but it can be difficult to get the records changed.