Clay County Florida Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(10)Clay County Police Departments
Green Cove Springs Police Department205 Spring StreetGreen Cove SpringsFL32043904-529-2220
Clay County Police Departments
Orange Park Police Department2025 Smith StreetOrange ParkFL32073904-264-5555
Clay County Sheriff Departments
Clay County Sheriffs Office - Keystone Heights Operations Center555 South Lawrence BoulevardKeystone HeightsFL32656352-473-4807
Clay County Sheriffs Office - Middleburg Operations Center1836 Blanding BoulevardMiddleburgFL32068904-213-6120
Clay County Sheriffs Office - Orange Park Operations Center212 Blanding BoulevardOrange ParkFL32073904-213-6600
Clay County Sheriffs Office / Clay County Jail901 North Orange AvenueGreen Cove SpringsFL32043904-264-6512
Clay County Probation Department
Clay County Probation Department728 Blanding BoulevardOrange ParkFL32065904-213-4881
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Warrant Records Are Essential for the Criminal Justice System

What are warrants? Warrant is defined as “a legal authority granted by a public body to a person for the execution of some public acts or for the seizure of some things.” A warrant can be for any number of things. For example, one person can be arrested for suspicion of the possession of marijuana.

The police will file an arrest warrant for the person if they believe that person has been involved in the commission of a crime. The arrest will be made by a law enforcement officer, and the person will be taken into custody without any formal charges. Once in custody, the person can later request a court date to enter a plea. At this point in time, the accused will be informed if they have a defense attorney. If a court date is set, then the person is free to enter a plea, but if the person enters a guilty plea, their case will not proceed.

Who can get a warrant? Warrant records are available to law officials upon request. To find out who has been named in a warrant, you can contact the sheriff’s department or county clerk where the person lives. There is a process to get a warrant, and most people want to know as soon as possible if they have been accused of a crime. Warrant searches can be done online for low cost or you can go to a local law enforcement agency and have them search for you.

How can one access this information? The person who has been accused of a crime can go onto the Internet and do a search for this type of information. Most public agencies have this database up-to-date. However, there are some private agencies that also maintain a record of this information on a daily basis.

Warrant records fall under state jurisdiction and can vary from state to state. Therefore, it is imperative that you check with your state or county’s courthouse to see if they have these records. There are other criminal justice websites that also maintain warrant records on a daily basis.

The use of these types of records are important to the judicial system. They allow a person who is accused of committing a crime to be presumed innocent until proven guilty. Without this important protection, the criminal could commit more crimes. Warrant checks allow law officials to investigate a person and determine whether or not they should extend protection or not. In the case of a sex offender, having a warrant will prevent them from exercising their rights to reside, work, and travel within the United States. Warrant records can be accessed online to help protect the general public.

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