|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|(3021)Liberty County Police Departments|
|Liberty County Jail||180 Paul Sikes Drive||Hinesville||GA||31313||912-876-6411|
|Liberty County Police Departments|
|Georgia State Patrol Troop I Post 11 - Hinesville||2301 Airport Road||Hinesville||GA||31313||912-370-2600|
|Hinesville Police Department||123 East Martin Luther King Junior Drive||Hinesville||GA||31313||912-368-8211|
|Midway Police Department||10490 East Oglethorpe Highway||Midway||GA||31320||912-880-1000|
|Liberty County Sheriff Departments|
|Liberty County Sheriff's Office||201 South Main Street Extension||Hinesville||GA||31313||912-876-2131|
|Liberty County Sheriffs Department||100 Main Street||Hinesville||GA||31313||912-876-2131|
|Liberty County Probation Department|
|Liberty County Probation Department||104 North Commerce Street||Hinesville||GA||31313||912-370-2571|
|Liberty County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases|
|City of Midway Traffic Citations|
|City of Walthourville Traffic Citations|
|Hinesville Court Clerk Traffic Citations|
|Liberty County Arrest Records|
|Liberty County Arrest Warrants|
|Liberty County Child Support Warrants|
|Liberty County Clerk of Court Records|
|Liberty County Clerk of Court Records (Georgia)|
|Liberty County Criminal Records|
|Liberty County Jail Inmate Search|
|Liberty County Jail Records|
|Liberty County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses|
|Liberty County Sex Offender Registry|
|Liberty County Sheriff's Office Sex Offender Search|
|Liberty County Sheriff's Office Website|
|Liberty County Traffic Citations|
|Liberty Municipal Court Records|
|Liberty Municipal Court Records|
|Walthourville Municipal Court Records|
Conducting Warrants Searches
Warrant Records in Liberty County Georgia are maintained by the Georgia State Troopers and the Judicial Branch of the Georgia State House of Representatives. These records are public domain, and anyone can conduct a search. There are several rules which apply to warrants that have been cancelled or are suspended. If you are doing a background check on someone, you must first obtain a search warrant from the Judicial Branch of the Georgia State House of Representatives. The person you are checking on must be present in the jurisdiction when the warrant is executed. If the person does not attend the court proceedings, the warrant will lapse and you will have to obtain a new warrant.
Warrant records contain the person’s name, address, aliases, court records, and more. You may not execute a search on a person if the person’s name is protected under a protective order. Protective orders are normally issued for public safety concerns, child abuse and other domestic violence, elder abuse and other matters. You may not use the information obtained from these types of orders to commit a crime. However, you can check to see if the person has any outstanding warrants out for their arrest.
Warrant searches are usually conducted after a person’s bail has been set to ensure that the person will show up for their trial. Some warrants may be for their arrest or for failure to appear in court. A warrant may also be issued for another person’s arrest, if you believe they did not appear as required. When you conduct a search, you must first try to find the person. You may be able to find their name in the phone book or with a website.
In many cases, you may need to go to the courthouse to get information on the person. There may be a warrant out for their arrest because you have seen their name on a list of people wanted for crimes. When you try to contact them, it can be difficult. Many people just move out of state to avoid arrest. You can also try to hire a private detective to track down the person for you.
You can find out about someone’s warrants by searching the county courthouse. If you have any information on an individual warrant, you should file a request to the courts. The courts will give you a copy of the warrant. You may also want to make copies of any reports filed against the person. These reports can be found on the courthouse website under the crime reports.
When you conduct a warrant search, you will most likely find out that the person has a long list of past offenses. However, you may not learn much about their identity. You may be able to obtain a social security number, but you may not be able to learn their exact name. You may be able to get their address, but this won’t tell you much else about them.