Morgan County Alabama Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(339)Morgan County Police Departments
Morgan County License Inspector302 Lee Street NortheastDecaturAL35601256-351-4619
Morgan County Police Departments
8th Judicial Circuit Task Force302 Lee Street NortheastDecaturAL35601256-351-4610
Alabama Department Of Public Safety Highway Patrol Division - Decatur Post4204 U.s. 31DecaturAL35603256-353-0631
Decatur Police Department / Decatur City Jail402 Lee Street NortheastDecaturAL35601256-341-4600
Falkville Police Department21 North 1st AvenueFalkvilleAL35622256-784-5237
Hartselle Police Department150 Chestnut Street NorthwestHartselleAL35640256-773-6534
Priceville Police Department242 Marco DriveDecaturAL35603256-355-5476
Somerville Police Department24 High StreetSomervilleAL35670256-778-8282
Trinity Police Department35 Preston DriveTrinityAL35673256-353-2474
Morgan County Sheriff Department
Morgan County Sheriffs Department / Morgan County Jail119 Lee Street NortheastDecaturAL35601256-351-4809
Morgan County Probation Department
Morgan County Probation Department302 Lee Street NortheastDecaturAL35601256-351-4830
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Searching For Warrants Information

Warrant Records in Morgan County, Alabama are basically any public records that have been issued as a result of a court order. They include arrests, searches, seizures and all other related court documents and data. There are two types of warrants in this state, with one being general warrants and the other specific to a person. For the purposes of searching and accessing these records in Morgan County, you will need to know the type of warrant that was served on the person involved.

General warrants are issued by a judge based on probable cause that a person has committed a crime. This includes information from an FBI or state police investigation. These records will contain such information as the person’s name, date of birth, social security number, address, telephone number and so forth. You can also conduct a background check from the criminal records that are contained in this type of record.

Specific warrants can be for any criminal activity that has taken place. For example, if a person has a warrant out for their arrest because they were caught selling drugs, they would not be able to get into any of the property they were trying to sell. When conducting a background check, you will need to know what the specific warrant was for. If the person in question has been convicted of anything related to drugs, then their records will show this. In addition, if a person has any prior arrests or convictions, their records will reflect those as well.

Warrant records are available for free in most states. However, the state of Alabama does not provide criminal records at the public free-of-charge location. Instead, you will have to go to the county courthouse or the Probate Court where the person was convicted. The cost of having these records performed for free can often be very high.

When looking to access criminal records, you want to make sure that you are doing so when the person in question is still at the age of legal majority. This means that the person may have limited access to the records once they have turned eighteen. If you are unsure of the exact date that the person was convicted, then you can run a search for their birth date. This will give you an accurate timeline of when the crime took place.

As previously mentioned, there are many different types of warrant that you can get. Before you begin your search for the appropriate warrant, you should determine whether you need the person’s actual name, or just their social security number. Both of these are great sources of additional information. Once you know the basics, then you will be able to get to the information that you are looking for.