Coweta County Georgia Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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(2840)Coweta County Police Departments
Georgia State Patrol Troop D Post 24 - Newnan517 Turkey Creek RoadNewnanGA30263770-254-7201
Coweta County Police Departments
Grantville Police Department123 Lagrange StreetGrantvilleGA30220770-583-2266
Newnan City Police Department1 Joseph-Hannah BlvdNewnanGA30263770-254-2355
Newnan Police Department25 Jefferson StreetNewnanGA30263770-254-2355
Senoia Police Department66 Main StreetSenoiaGA30276770-599-3256
Coweta County Sheriff Departments
Coweta County Sheriff's Office560 Greison TrailNewnanGA30263770-253-1502
Coweta County Sheriffs Office - East Precinct55 Literary LaneSharpsburgGA30277770-254-8922
Coweta County Probation Department
Coweta County Probation Department10 Olive StreetNewnanGA30263770-252-6440
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Warrant Records Search

What are warrants? A warrant is an order by a judge for a person to appear in court. In Georgia, all warrants must be filed with the clerk of court in the county the person is charged with breaking the law. Warrant records list the name of the accused as well as the crime they were arrested for and their arrest date. If a person has a warrant out for their arrest, they cannot be found on their own, and must appear before a judge within a certain period of time. If a warrant is outstanding, the Georgia State Police will serve the warrant with a police officer at the designated address.

How can you access a warrant? To get a copy of any criminal record in Georgia, you will need to have the legal name of the person charged. Search the records through the courts website. Once you find the right person, you can fill out an application and have it processed.

What are some situations where you may need a warrant? When a person fails to appear in court or when a person is arrested for a crime that doesn’t involve a weapon, they may have a warrant out for their arrest. To see who has been issued a warrant, you will need to visit the courthouse. In some counties, this process is free. Others have a minimal fee.

Who can access the public records database? Anyone who is considered a public records investigator will have access to the database. To get a copy of someone’s record, you will need their legal first and last name and their residence address. You will also need to provide the last birthday and gender.

Can you get the results for warrants that have already been issued? Yes, you can. You can actually search an individual’s record to see if they have a warrant issued against them.

Is this legal in my state? It is legal in all states. If you are interested in searching out someone’s history, you will need to bring them to the courthouse in question. You will have to provide their legal name and their social security number. In most cases, the person will be asked to sign a form before they can proceed with the criminal record search.

Can I obtain criminal records on an arrest? Yes, you can. Most states allow you to obtain arrest warrants or criminal records on an arrest. This usually occurs after an arrest has been made. However, there may be special requirements regarding an arrest warrant.

Why would I need a warrant to find out about an arrest? An arrest warrant is issued by a judge based on probable cause that a person is committing a crime. Probable cause means evidence that a crime has been committed. If there is not enough evidence for a warrant, then the judge will not issue one. To obtain the warrant, the person arrested must be arrested and taken into custody before you can get it.