De Witt County Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2613)De Witt County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices
De Witt County Probation Department201 West Washington StreetClintonIL61727217-935-7830
De Witt County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices
Clinton Police Department118 West Washington StreetClintonIL61727217-935-9438
Dewitt County Sheriff / Dewitt County Jail101 West Washington StreetClintonIL61727217-935-9507
Dewitt County Sheriff's Office101 West Washington StreetClintonIL61727217-935-9507
Farmer City Police Department105 South Main StreetFarmerIL61842309-928-2111
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What Are Warrant Records?

Warrant Records are criminal public records that reveal arrests, searches and seizures. They also show background checks and domestic disputes as well. The data is kept in two locations, with one being the federal level and the other being the local level. Warrant records include state, county and town public records.

Warrant Records in De Witt County Illinois

Warrant records are important because they show a person has been arrested for a crime. This criminal activity can be anywhere in the United States or Canada. If a person fails to appear in court on the date scheduled or a warrant is issued for their arrest, the arrest will be made with a search warrant. Once the warrant is carried out, the person will be taken into custody and held in jail. They may be told that they need to produce documentation as to their arrest. However, most people do not know that they can go straight to court if they are being detained because of failure to appear.

Warrant records are different from other public records because they are not widely available. However, you can go online and access court records through the Internet. There are many search engines such as Google and others that offer to provide public records for free. But be aware that these records do not include arrest records. Also, these are court cases, and not criminal proceedings.

A warrant can be for any number of reasons. First, the person who is accused of a crime can be arrested without a warrant. A judge can issue an arrest warrant after looking at an arrest record. The warrant can be based on several reasons. It may be related to the person’s appearance at a particular place at a particular time. It may also relate to where they were once arrested or convicted of a crime.

A criminal record does not have to show the person was actually convicted of a crime. Records also show traffic violations. If a person has been convicted of a crime, this will show up on their criminal record. But if they have been convicted of traffic violations, it will not.

Criminal background checks can not be conducted online. You can only access warrant records from the police department in the county the person lives in. This process is not very complicated. A person will be given their identification card and asked to give their permission to search the police department. They will be fingerprinted, photographed, and will be asked questions about their identity and what is on their identification.