|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|(3067)Pike County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices|
|Pike County Sheriffs Department / Pike County Jail||89 Jackson Street||Zebulon||GA||30295||770-567-8431|
|Pike County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices|
|Molena Police Department||104 Spring Road||Molena||GA||30258||770-884-5669|
|Molena Police Department||72 Depot Street||Molena||GA||30258||770-884-5669|
|Zebulon Police Department||7820 U.s. 19||Zebulon||GA||30295||770-567-8441|
|Zebulon Police Department||U.s. 19||Zebulon||GA||30295||770-567-8441|
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|Pike County Arrest Records|
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|Pike County Child Support Warrants|
|Pike County Clerk of Superior and Juvenile Court Records|
|Pike County Criminal Records|
|Pike County Jail Records|
|Pike County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses|
|Pike County Sex Offender Registry Database|
|Pike County Sheriff Website|
|The George Sex Offenders Network Offender Search|
|Zebulon Municipal Court Records|
Arrest Warrant Criminal Records in Other Counties
Other Records in Pike County
Warrant Records in Pike County Georgia fall under the category of public information. These are reports that the state or county government produce for any lawful purpose relating to the subjects of investigations. Specifically, they cover a wide variety of topics from searches to seizures, both civil and criminal. In some cases, there is an appeals process before warrants are carried out and searches conducted, with judicial review of their validity.
Warrant Records in Pike County can help law enforcement officers make sure that they are executing the law in the proper way. In many states, an arrest warrant may be issued based on suspicions that a person has committed a crime without knowing it. In order to protect themselves, law enforcement officers can conduct a search to discover whether such a person actually has committed a specific crime. If so, the warrant will then be carried out.
Warrant records show the names and addresses of persons accused of a crime. They also show other information, such as their criminal history and warrant records. In some cases, they will show pictures of the person arrested or the crime committed. Sometimes the records are sealed by the person in question if they wish to keep it private. On the other hand, they can remain on public record for an extended period if the person wants to. The reasons for wanting to have this information made public are dictated by the terms of the documents themselves.
Warrant records, unlike criminal records, are not automatically released. If a person is charged with a crime, it must be proven that they committed the crime. Otherwise, their record will stay sealed until the criminal case is completed. When a person is charged with a misdemeanor, their record will be sealed unless the prosecutor can prove that there is probable cause that the person committed the crime in question.
The process of searching for and obtaining a copy of a warrant does not usually require a court order. In some instances, if the person is being investigated for a warrant, their name will be listed in local databases. If the person is not being investigated, the records can still be searched. This process does not normally need to be done more than once, but it is something to keep in mind.
In some states, a warrant can be granted without a person being charged with a crime. This is called an “exigency” warrant. In these cases, the records are believed to be public record, but they are not for release unless the person in question is being arrested or being prosecuted for a crime. However, it may be possible to get access to these records if the person in question has some kind of criminal record that was sealed by order of a court. In these cases, a warrant for arrest would likely be granted.