|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|(3062)Oglethorpe County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices|
|Oglethorpe County Law Enforcement Center||115 Buddy Faust Road||Crawford||GA||30630||706-743-8101|
|Oglethorpe County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices|
|Oglethorpe County Probation Department||109 Boggs Street||Lexington||GA||30648||706-743-3412|
|Oglethorpe County Sheriff's Office||115 Buddy Faust Road||Crawford||GA||30630||706-743-8101|
|Georgia Department Of Natural Resources Law Enforcement - Watson Mills Bridge State Park||650 Watson Mill||Comer||GA||30629||706-783-5349|
|Oglethorpe County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases|
|City of Oglethorpe Court Records|
|Oglethorpe County Arrest Records|
|Oglethorpe County Arrest Warrants|
|Oglethorpe County Child Support Warrants|
|Oglethorpe County Criminal Records|
|Oglethorpe County Jail Records|
|Oglethorpe County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses|
|Oglethorpe County Sex Offender Registry|
|Oglethorpe County Sheriff Website|
|Oglethorpe Municipal Court Records|
Warrant Records Are a Must Have For Any Government Employee
Warrant Records in Oglethorpe County Georgia are one of the most heavily guarded public records. There is a lot of paperwork involved with obtaining these records and they are usually quite difficult to get hold of if at all. You have to fill out lots of different applications and forms as well as submit them to many different administrative branches of the government. This can be very time consuming and a large hassle for those who want to look up someone’s warrants.
For a person that lives in Georgia, a warrant can be as simple as a traffic ticket. For example, if you got pulled over for swerving across the road while drunk, you might be able to get the citation thrown out if you can prove that it was your fault. Many times these types of tickets end up as records due to being too minor of a violation to hold against a person.
If there are any other types of records against a person, they will most likely be kept in a county jail docket. In order to see these records, a request must first be made to the circuit court clerk. Then the clerk’s office will search their records online and bring you back the information you need.
Per state law, the State of Georgia also dictates how these records are searched. Once a request has been filed, it must be done within a reasonable amount of time. Some states allow the person seeking the information to also have a copy of the arrest report. The person can then make a second search in the county jail. This second search is only valid if the person can back up their information with either the police report or the booking form. Any additional information beyond this point is not considered valid and will not help a person get their records.
Warrant records are not just limited to criminal records. They also contain information on civil cases, but these are usually private, and not available to the public. The government may hire an outside agency to perform a warrant record check, but that agency is not allowed to release the records. The courts usually maintain these records, and the public is only allowed a look at them if they can show a legitimate reason for needing them. This can usually be done by showing some type of evidence that the person is not at fault.
One example would be if a person has a warrant out for their arrest because they were caught with drugs. If you were to go to the police station and ask about the warrant, chances are the police officer would not tell you anything. You could spend your whole life sitting in prison because you did something wrong. People who are accused of a crime do not want to have their warrant out for so long, and having access to these types of records can help. These records can also be used to find out the identity of the person who has the warrant out for their arrest. If you suspect your neighbor may be a drug dealer, but you do not have any hard evidence to use as proof, having a copy of their warrant can help you get that evidence you need to take care of the problem.