Hall County Georgia Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2956)Hall County Police Departments
Hall County Code Enforcement Division430 Prior Street SoutheastGainesvilleGA30501770-531-6762
Hall County Police Departments
Flowery Branch Police Department5517 East Main StreetFlowery BranchGA30542770-967-6336
Gainesville Police Department - Harrison Square Precinct815 Harrison DriveGainesvilleGA30507770-534-8274
Gainesville Police Department - Mall Precinct150 Pearl Nix ParkwayGainesvilleGA30501770-297-6360
Gainesville Police Department - Melrose Precinct701 Queen City ParkwayGainesvilleGA30501770-531-7913
Gainesville State College Police Dept.701 Queen City ParkwayGainesvilleGA30501
Georgia Department Of Natural Resources Wildlife Resources Division - Region 2 Law Enforcement2150 Dawsonville HighwayGainesvilleGA30501770-535-5499
Georgia State Patrol Troop B Post 6 - Gainsville2000 Cleveland HighwayGainesvilleGA30506770-535-6922
Oakwood Police Department4009 Railroad StreetOakwoodGA30566770-534-2364
Hall County Sheriff Department
Hall County Sheriffs Office610 Main Street SouthwestGainesvilleGA30501770-531-6882
Hall County Probation Departments
Hall County Probation Department1002 Aviation BoulevardGainesvilleGA30501770-535-5710
Dawson County Probation DepartmentPO Box 1435GainesvilleGA30503770-532-1895
Hall County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
Gainesville Municipal Court Records
Hall County Arrest Records
Hall County Arrest Warrants
Hall County Child Support Warrants
Hall County Criminal Records
Hall County Most Wanted
Hall County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
Hall County Sex Offender Registry
Hall County Sheriff Website
Hall County Sheriff's Office Sex Offender Search
Oakwood Police Department Warrants

What Are the Advantages of Conducting a Criminal Records Check on Yourself?

The first thing you need to know is what a warrant is and how it works if you are interested in the information about warrants in Hall County Georgia. In short, a warrant is an order from a court for a specific person or thing. This is used for various purposes, such as letting someone go that shouldn’t be allowed to enter certain premises or to protect the property from vandalism. If there is insufficient evidence to show that the person is violating any of the terms of the warrant, they are said to have been illegally arrested.

Warrant records are maintained by the police department. In Georgia, they must be filed with the county courthouse and obtained through the courts. This is done through a process called posting of the warrant request to the circuit court. The warrant request is then referred to the local police department for investigation and once the investigation is over, they will provide you with the information you want.

If the information provided by the police department is not sufficient to prove your innocence, the record is referred to a judge who will set a date for an arraignment. If convicted, you will be informed by the judge and will be scheduled for trial. You can either plead “not guilty” to the charges or enter a plea of “guilty” in which case the judge will sentence you to imprisonment. Whichever the case, once you enter a guilty plea, your record will be cleared and you will be free to leave jail.

If you are looking for criminal history of an individual, you can use a criminal records checker to discover if the person you are checking on has a criminal record. With a search query, you will be able to find out if the person you are looking for has ever been prosecuted for a crime, was arrested for a crime, or had his or her warrant out for their arrest. Most police departments will be able to provide you with this information but if they do not, you can use the court system to get the information you want.

Warrant records will reveal much more than simple police blotters. You will learn if a person has been convicted of stealing or driving under the influence. Warrant searches can also show you the name and address of the person who has been arrested for a DUI offense, as well as the details of the arrest. Police departments are required to keep these files maintained within its own jurisdiction so that they may apprehend wanted criminals. This means that if you are hiring a nanny to look after your children and suspect that they are in danger, you can get a copy of the person’s police record to ensure that your children are safe.

In some cases, you may need to obtain a warrant before you can look at the police record. If you are looking for a copy of a warrant, you must visit the courthouse where the warrant was filed. In many cases, you will need to fill out an application and pay a nominal fee to get access to the police records. This fee is often waived if the person you are looking for has already been served with a criminal complaint.