Brantley County Georgia Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2686)Brantley County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices
Brantley County Probation Department95 John Wilson StreetNahuntaGA31553912-462-6141
Brantley County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices
Brantley County Sheriff's Office95 John Wilson StreetNahuntaGA31553912-462-6141
Brantley County Sheriffs Department / Brantley County Jail104 East Cleveland StreetNahuntaGA31553912-462-5727
Hoboken Police Department103 Palm StreetHobokenGA31542912-458-2171
Nahunta Police Department111 North Main StreetNahuntaGA31553912-462-5631
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How to Get Access to Warrant Records

A growing trend for Georgia consumers to conduct a criminal background check on a potential neighbor, teacher, or business partner, is to perform a search of public records through the Warrant Records in Brantley County Georgia. These documents show an individual’s arrest or citation history, if any, issued by the court that issued the warrant, any prior arrests, charges, disposition dates, and any other information pertinent to the person who the record shows as having committed a crime. Warrant records can be requested directly from the courthouse in which the warrant was granted or searched through an online public records database.

To find out if there is a warrant out for your own arrest, you can visit the judicial division of the circuit court in your county, or check your Georgia state police department. If the person you are checking on has a warrant out for their arrest, they will most likely be immediately added to the state police’s Wanted List. You can then apply to the circuit court for an arrest warrant. Once you have completed your application, pay the applicable fees, and submitted a copy of the necessary paperwork, the clerk of court will grant the warrant. It is not uncommon for warrants to be granted within a few hours, especially in light of the fact that the warrant may have been written for your own arrest.

Search warrant records by choosing the appropriate category, if available. Most people only search for warrants that pertain to their own arrest. Some counties offer a list of warrants for other people, while others only list warrants for their own arrest. If you have a problem with a person you are not sure about, it is better to do a general search for warrants rather than an individual search. That way, if you need to find out more about a person, you can still perform a search, but you are certain to get accurate results.

Once you have the warrant, you will need to either go to the courthouse where the warrant was granted or request a copy of the record directly from the police department. To do this, you will need to either go to the local police station where the warrant was granted, or through an online database. Some online databases allow you to do both at the same time. Either way, once you get the record, you will need to fill in the information and then either mail it to the police department or send a credit or debit card payment.

If you are wondering why a warrant may be issued for a crime you did not commit, it is best to investigate the situation. Sometimes, a police department will issue a warrant because of suspicious activities like breaking and entering. If the suspect commits another crime shortly after the first one was obtained, the police department will have the ability to keep track of them through the criminal records. That way, they can ensure that they are not doing anything illegal while they are in their neighborhood. This can also make it easier for the police to catch someone who has several warrants out for their own arrest.

Warrant records are not only important for law enforcement, but also for anyone who might want to access someones criminal past. Some employers will perform a background check before they offer a job, and some will do the same before they even meet someone for a job. If you are going to be hiring a nanny, you will want to make sure that she does not have a criminal record, as well. With so many different types of warrants out there, you will definitely want to be very careful whom you let near you. This is especially true if you have kids in your home.

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