|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|Coffee County Child Support Warrants|
|Coffee County Criminal Records|
|Coffee County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses|
|Coffee County Sex Offender Registry Database|
|Nicholls Municipal Court Records|
|(2785)Coffee County Police Departments|
|Georgia Department Of Natural Resources Law Enforcement - General Coffee State Park||46 John Coffee Road||Nicholls||GA||31554||912-384-7082|
|Coffee County Police Departments|
|Broxton Police Department||100 Church Street||Broxton||GA||31519||912-359-3813|
|Douglas Police Department||225 West Bryan Street||Douglas||GA||31533||912-384-2222|
|Douglas Police Department||210 Jackson Street||Douglas||GA||31533||912-384-2222|
|Georgia State Patrol Troop H Post 36 - Douglas||348 Thomas Frier Drive||Douglas||GA||31535||912-389-4675|
|Nicholls Police Department||707 Van Streat Highway||Nicholls||GA||31554||912-345-2421|
|Nicholls Police Department||110 North Liberty Street||Nicholls||GA||31554||912-345-2140|
|South Georgia College Department Of Public Safety||100 West College Park Drive||Douglas||GA||31533||912-389-4370|
|Coffee County Sheriff Departments|
|Coffee County Sheriff's Office||101 South Peterson Avenue||Douglas||GA||31533||912-384-2865|
|Coffee County Sheriffs Department / Coffee County Jail||225 West Bryan Street||Douglas||GA||31533||912-383-6398|
|Coffee County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases|
|Coffee County Arrest Records|
|Coffee County Arrest Warrants|
Arrest Warrant Criminal Records in Other Counties
Other Records in Coffee County
Tips for Looking Up Someone’s Warrant
When an individual is arrested for a DUI offense in any state, they will typically be required to appear in court and provide evidence of having the proper license to drive. However, some states allow a person to defend themselves by producing the proper documents proving their identity or lack of identity to the DUI offense. These records are called “warrants.” In Georgia, all persons are required to produce these types of records upon request to a judge.
If you are looking to obtain Georgia warrants, then there are many places that can give you this information. The Internet, for example, has a wide variety of resources and guides to finding out who owns the property that a person is living in based on their name. In addition to this, you can also find out about outstanding warrants, arrest warrants and other court records by searching through public databases.
Now, before you go ahead and try to obtain this information, you should know a couple things first. First of all, it should be noted that warrants are not like traffic tickets. While a ticket may be issued by a judge after a certain period of time has gone by, a warrant must be produced and accepted by the judge. Therefore, you should not simply show up at the courthouse and expect to get the warrant immediately. If you do, you could face serious legal consequences.
Another thing to consider is that these warrants often have very specific requirements. For example, you may have to show proof that you are the person who actually owns the property that the warrant is for. If you fail to do so, then you could be held in contempt of court and you could even lose your driver’s license. If you are trying to obtain the warrant, you should also remember that in most cases, you cannot just ask the clerk for the information. This is because the clerk must be contacted within seven days of the request being made.
If you are trying to obtain a warrant for an open warrant, which is one that is issued without even giving the courts a chance to look at the person’s activities, then you can expect to have quite a bit of difficulty. To start off with, the person will be required to give their name and address, as well as any other information that can help them determine if they are the owner of the warrant. After this, you can expect to be asked a few more questions by law enforcement officials. At this point, you should understand that the warrant will be physically attached to your car, and you can be required to have it on a day-to-day basis at all times.
Some people think that they can easily obtain the records on someone without the proper authorization. While it is true that you can look up someone’s warrant, you should be aware that you may face serious legal repercussions if you do this. For example, you can be forced to reveal your identity if you fail to provide the proper identification data. In addition, you may also face serious penalties if you fail to obey the terms of your probation, such as reporting to law enforcement officials. The penalties that you face may also increase if you are caught violating your probation and not disclosing the name of the person you are investigating.