Madison County Arkansas Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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Madison County Probation Department110 Court StHuntsvilleAR72740479-738-2229
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Madison County Sheriffs Office201 West Main StreetHuntsvilleAR72740479-738-2320
Huntsville Police Department208 East War Eagle AvenueHuntsvilleAR72740479-738-6556
Marion County Sheriff's Office201 West Main StreetHuntsvilleAR72740479-738-2320
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What Is the Purpose of Warrant Records?

Warrant Records in Madison County Arkansas are maintained by the Arkansas State Police and they are one of the most requested public records in the State. The records are very important as they provide an individual with all the information that they need to make a judgment on whether a person is guilty or not. The records contain the name, age, sex, aliases, birth date, place of birth, driver’s license number, employer, phone number and more. When you request your warrant record, you have to give the person requesting the warrant information about you. This includes any previous addresses, phone numbers or social security numbers. If the person doesn’t ask for the information, don’t worry, there is a process that they go through to get the information.

Before you can get the information from the warrant record, you have to write a formal request for the information. You have to include all the person’s information that you know. If the person has a criminal background, then you should include their criminal records along with their address. If you are looking to get a warrant, then you need to show proof that the person has been convicted of a crime. This proof usually has to be from a reliable source like the local police station.

Once you get the formal request, you will have to wait for 45 days until the warrant records get into the public domain. If the person’s record was already destroyed, then it won’t get into the public domain. It can still be searched for if you have the person’s permission. If you don’t have permission, then you shouldn’t even bother looking for the warrant records. It is always best to be safe than sorry.

After the warrant gets into the public domain, you can go to the courthouse and look up the person’s record. You should find out how long the warrant is for and where it is issued. You should also find out the reason for the warrant. If it was because of something reported in the paper, then you may be able to avoid going to court and pay a small fee to get the records thrown out.

You have three options if the person has already been arrested. You can try to get the warrant canceled by filing an application to the court that put the person behind bars. You can also try to make a plea deal. These will depend on the nature of the crime and the details provided by the police.

Once the warrant has been canceled or the person arrested, the record will be sealed. You will have no say over it after that. But you will know that it existed. There are some states which allow you to see the warrant once it is sealed but other states have different laws. It is best to check the law before trying to obtain the record.