Madison County Alabama Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(325)Madison County Police Departments
Huntsville Police Department / Madison County Jail815 Wheeler Avenue NorthwestHuntsvilleAL35801256-427-7117
Madison County Police Departments
Huntsville-Madison County Airport Public Safety1000 Glenn Hearn Boulevard SouthwestHuntsvilleAL35824256-461-1116
Madison County Drug Task Force715 Wheeler Avenue NorthwestHuntsvilleAL35801256-427-5456
Madison Police Department100 Hughes RoadMadisonAL35758256-772-5689
Alabama Agricultural And Mechanical Police Department4900 Meridian Street NorthHuntsvilleAL35811256-372-4292
Alabama Department Of Public Safety - Huntsville Post716 Arcadia Circle NorthwestHuntsvilleAL35801256-518-9573
Alcoholic Beverage Control Board Enforcement Office210 Exchange Place NorthwestHuntsvilleAL35806256-726-0401
Calhoun Community College Campus Police Department102 Wynn Drive NorthwestHuntsvilleAL35805256-890-4741
Gurley City Hall235 Walker StreetGurleyAL35748256-776-3313
Gurley Police Department235 Walker StreetGurleyAL35748256-776-3313
Huntsville Police Department - North Precinct4014 North Memorial ParkwayHuntsvilleAL35810256-746-4100
Huntsville Police Department - South Precint7900 Bailey Cove Road SoutheastHuntsvilleAL35802256-213-4503
Huntsville Police Department - West Precinct2110 Clinton Avenue WestHuntsvilleAL35805256-427-5461
Lincoln Police Department33 Lincoln Street SoutheastHuntsvilleAL35801205-763-7777
Monte Sano State Park Forest Rangers5105 Nolen Avenue SoutheastHuntsvilleAL35801256-534-3757
New Hope Police Department5496 Main DriveNew HopeAL35760256-723-8443
New Hope Police Department5415 Main DriveNew HopeAL35760256-723-8443
Owens Crossroads Police Department2965 Old Highway 431Owens Cross RoadsAL35763256-725-4163
Triana Police Department640 6th StreetMadisonAL35756256-772-0152
University Of Alabama Police - Huntsville301 Sparkman Drive NorthwestHuntsvilleAL35805256-824-6596
Madison County Sheriff Departments
Madison County Sheriff's Office100 Northside SquareHuntsvilleAL35801256-532-3412
Madison County Sheriffs Department100 North Side SquareHuntsvilleAL35801256-532-3417
Madison County Sheriffs Department-Substation715 Wheeler Avenue NorthwestHuntsvilleAL35801256-532-3717
Madison County FBI Offices
Huntsville Alabama FBI Office4700 Whitesburg Drive SouthwestHuntsvilleAL35802256-539-1711
Huntsville Alabama FBI Office400 Meridian Street NorthHuntsvilleAL35801256-539-1711
Madison County Probation Department
Madison County Probation DepartmentWheeler Avenue NorthwestHuntsvilleAL35801256-532-0300
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Warrant Records Are All the Details You Need to Know

Warrant records are a simple and legal process that involves a court order to have someone’s records released. Warrant searches are not uncommon, especially in this day and age when many people are getting themselves arrested for various crimes. In fact, warrants can be issued for a number of things in today’s legal society. For instance, you could get arrested for drunk driving or simple possession of marijuana, without even knowing it, without any type of formal charges filed against you.

Once arrested, the police will take your personal details so they can identify you, including your name, address and any other relevant information. After being identified, the arresting officer will then write you a citation, stating that you are under arrest for “isdemeanour”. This means that the suspect has been accused of a crime, but has not actually been arrested for it.

If you do not pay attention to the citation, you can be found guilty and sent to jail for up to a full day without a definite release date. The judge will then give a warrant to your arresting officer to take you into custody. The warrant states that if you fail to appear at the scheduled court date, the warrant will be carried out. This is why it is crucial for a person to understand exactly what a warrant is and how they can go about applying for one.

It may sound complicated, but warrant records are actually fairly easy to understand. If you are having problems understanding how warrants work, you should know that in general, all warrants are granted by a judge on the basis of one particular piece of evidence. The judge may decide that there is reasonable suspicion that a person has committed a crime, and that there is a chance that they will commit that crime again. To determine whether there is sufficient evidence to secure a warrant, a judge needs to look at all the facts surrounding the crime and all the evidence that supports it.

Once the judge has decided that there is probable cause to issue a warrant, he will give his decision and the case will move forward. A warrant is effective immediately, so a person cannot get out of jail just because they have a warrant out for their arrest. However, they can still face serious criminal charges if they fail to show up at court as scheduled.

In order to see the contents of a person’s warrant, they must first appear in court and give their name, address and reason for the warrant. They can also offer a justification for not attending the hearing. This process can take several hours, depending on how busy the courthouse is. Warrant records can tell someone if they are being arrested for an illegal act, or even for something they did not do. People who want to check to see what paperwork is behind their name should always make sure to speak with a local police department.