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Pierce County Sheriffs Office / Pierce County Jail300 Pierce Industrial BoulevardBlackshearGA31516912-449-2011
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Blackshear Police Department219 Nichols StreetBlackshearGA31516912-449-7011
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Searching For Warrant Records in Pierce County Georgia

Warrant records are public information in Georgia. The term “warrant” is defined as a legal document from a judgment, court order of authority, made orally or by some officer empowered by the law. If the person who requested the document does not exist, or does not give you the correct information to get it, then you can go to the county recorder’s office and get the records, either by contacting them or by starting an investigation yourself. In order to get a copy of a warrant record you will have to follow the procedures laid out in the Georgia laws. You can either look for the records yourself, call the courthouse or go online and pay a small fee to have access to more extensive records.

Warrant Records in Pierce County Georgia

When looking for records of a person in Pierce County Georgia you need to first know if they have been declared indigent. Indigent people are not required to pay any kind of fees for their records, but some may have to pay a small amount if their case was delayed or had extra charges added. Some other types of people include sex offenders, DUI drivers, non-residents, unpaid traffic tickets or some other category that may require a higher fee. Once you have verified that the person you are searching for has been declared indigent you can then start your search.

Searching through the records for warrants in Georgia is relatively easy. There are a few different ways that you can go about this. If you don’t want to hire a private investigator you can perform your own search online. If you use Google and type in the person’s name and current city and state, you will be given a list of links. Look closely at each of these links and look at the names of their past addresses. If you have any information there, put it in a new e-mail or send it to the person’s employer.

If you want to do it manually you can also search for the warrant. There are a couple different ways of doing this. The first way is to use the court house itself. You can go in person or online and search the warrants up. Many times when someone is arrested and there is a warrant out for their arrest they are taken into custody and fingerprinted.

The second way is to search for your desired record by hand. If the person you are searching for has a social security number or driver’s license number you can go in person and request a copy of it. They usually only have these records available through the state. However, if the person has a past history of crime it is possible that they may have had their criminal records expunged.

The process of searching for these records is not much different than doing an online search. The only difference is the amount of time that it will take. The entire process can take anywhere from two to three days. You will also be required to provide proof of identification including a driver’s license or some other form of ID. If you are going to hire a service to do the search then expect to pay around fifty dollars.