Montgomery County Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(3055)Montgomery County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices
Montgomery County Sheriff's Office310 Broad StreetMount VernonGA30445912-583-2363
Montgomery County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices
Montgomery County Sheriffs Office208 Broad StreetMount VernonGA30445912-583-2521
Brewton Parker College Police Department201 David-Eliza Fountain CircleMount VernonGA30445912-583-3282
Mount Vernon Police Department435 South Railroad AvenueMount VernonGA30445912-583-2323
Uvalda Police DepartmentWest Main StreetUvaldaGA30473912-594-6962
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Information Regarding the Search of Warrant Records

Warrant Records in Montgomery County Georgia

Warrant Records in Montgomery County Georgia are an important source for those who are involved in the discovery process of civil cases and criminal cases. When we refer to a “warrant,” this is referring to a legal document that authorizes some form of authority for a government official or a person to carry out some specific duties. In some instances, these warrants may have to do with conducting surveillance or secretly searching the premises of a person. In other instances, the word “warrant” can be used to refer to something else.

While some jurisdictions allow warrants to be sealed, this may not necessarily be the case in Georgia. In fact, you may have the opportunity in this state to gain access to these records. This information is available to the public through numerous different online sources. If you are pursuing a case with the help of the law enforcement agencies, it is necessary for you to review the applicable laws in your jurisdiction in order to determine whether your warrant request will be granted or denied.

Although there may be times when the conduct stated in a warrant request is considered to be justified under the law, there may be times when it is not. When a warrant is applied for by law enforcement officials, they typically perform an intensive search before issuing the warrant. A typical search will include performing fingerprinting, searching the person’s residence or place of employment and looking up the person’s credit record. These are necessary steps in order to determine whether the person is violating the law.

You may wonder how performing a search of a person’s residence or place of employment can violate their privacy. The fact is that during a search warrant applications in both of these instances, one has to remain silent. Performing a search without knowing whether the information sought is obtainable or not will often result in the information being suppressed. Therefore, if you are questioned about whether or not the information you are seeking was freely obtained, it is your responsibility to inform the officer during the search that the information must be disclosed.

The reason for performing a search warrant is usually to discover information that is relevant to the case in question. If you are being arrested for suspicion of breaking the law, one would likely need to know the exact charges against you. In some instances, you may also be asked to provide photographic identification. If during a search, information is found which leads to the issuance of a warrant for your arrest, then it is your responsibility to disclose this information. Failure to do so can result in the cancellation of your warrant.

It is important to realize that in many instances a warrant is not issued solely based on suspicion. Warranting may be based on any number of reasons. For instance, federal agents may issue a warrant to a citizen on suspicion that person engaged in criminal activity. It is your responsibility to know whether a warrant is being issued to you and if you are being searched. If you fail to disclose any information about the search, then you may be in violation of the law and this can result in an arrest.