|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|(335)Marshall County Police Departments|
|Marshall County Task Unit||424 Blount Avenue||Guntersville||AL||35976||256-571-7714|
|Marshall County Police Departments|
|Alabama Marine Police District 1||4242 Aubrey Carr Scenic Drive||Guntersville||AL||35976||256-582-1099|
|Albertville Police Department||201 South Broad Street||Albertville||AL||35950||256-891-8221|
|Arab Police Department / Arab Jail||740 North Main Street||Arab||AL||35016||256-586-7525|
|Arab Police Investigation Division||740 North Main Street||Arab||AL||35016||256-586-8124|
|Boaz Police Department / Boaz Jail||101 Line Avenue||Boaz||AL||35957||256-593-6812|
|Cathedral Caverns State Park Conservation Officer||637 Cave Road||Woodville||AL||35776||256-728-8193|
|City Of Albertville Fire Marshal - Deputy And Assistant Chief||212 South Broad Street||Albertville||AL||35950||256-891-8235|
|Douglas Police Department||55 Alabama 168||Horton||AL||35980||256-593-9531|
|Grant Police Department||4766 Main Street||Grant||AL||35747||256-728-4233|
|Guntersville Police Department||340 Blount Avenue||Guntersville||AL||35976||256-571-7571|
|Lake Guntersville State Park Ranger||7966 Alabama 227||Albertville||AL||35951||256-571-5444|
|Mountainboro Police Department||19 North Main Street||Boaz||AL||35957||256-593-0087|
|Marshall County Sheriff Department|
|Marshall County Sheriff's Office||423 Blount Avenue||Guntersville||AL||35976||256-582-2034|
|Marshall County DEA Office|
|Guntersville Alabama DEA Office||435 Blount Avenue||Guntersville||AL||35976||256-571-7714|
|Marshall County Probation Department|
|Marshall County Probation Department||424 Blount Avenue||Guntersville||AL||35976||256-571-7830|
|Marshall County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases|
|Marshall County Child Support Warrants|
|Marshall County Criminal Records|
|Marshall County Sex Offender Registry|
|Marshall County Sheriff Website|
|Marshall County Sheriff's Office Inmate Search|
|Marshall County Sheriff's Office Most Wanted|
|Marshall County Sheriff's Office Offender Search|
|Marshall County Sheriff's Office Police Press Releases|
What Is a Warrant Record?
Warrant Records in Marshall County, Alabama are available for viewing in several different ways depending on what state the warrant is from. The most efficient way to access these documents is through the courts in Marshall County. These documents provide detailed information on any violations of a person’s arrest warrant that took place in this county. The arrest warrant is issued by a judge in Marshall County and gives authority for law enforcement officials to arrest any person they feel is a threat. This is how a person’s record is accessed through the courthouse in Marshall County.
Arrest warrants are public information but not until they have been validated by a judge. Once the warrant is validated a copy can be forwarded to the person in question via mail. The person must then obtain a court date either in court of law or at the clerk’s office before they can personally go and pick up the copy of the warrant. It is then returned to the court with a request for an appointment for an arraignment hearing.
This is where it gets complicated and where many people become confused and don’t quite know what to do with the records once they get them. There are usually three places where one might find these records: at the county courthouse in the person’s county, online at the county’s website or at the person’s request directly at the court house. It will depend on the state and county in question that where the information is located and how quickly it is served.
Some states allow access to warrants online. If this is the case in your state, there may be a time limit on retrieving such information. If the person does not appear at their court date, their record will remain sealed and cannot be obtained any longer. If an appeal is filed and no one objects, then the record can be released.
After an appeal is filed, a new court date will be set and the record will be given another opportunity to be contested before being released. If no objections are raised within a certain amount of time, then the record is free to be provided. However, some states do have laws regarding how these records are stored and who has access to them. Information that pertains to a person’s permanent records must be reported on state employee Intranet and/or county office websites. Any other information must be provided by requesting written permission from the person in question.
Warrant records are helpful for employers, landlords and law enforcement personnel. With the availability of these records, they can check up on people that might be a danger and prevent harm from coming to the person’s family. And with warrant records available online, it is easier than ever to obtain the information that you need.