Butler County Kentucky Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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Butler County Sheriffs Department / Butler County Jail110 North Main StreetMorgantownKY42261270-526-3676
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Morgantown City Police DepartmentSaling CircleMorgantownKY42261270-526-3662
Morgantown Police Department117 North Main StreetMorgantownKY42261270-526-2040
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Warrant Records are a part of public record and all the records which are filed or stored under this act come under the heading of “Warrant”. These are criminal records, but they have something extra in them called the ” statutory warranty ” which is not present in ordinary criminal court records. It is available to people who want it for certain particular purposes only.

This means that the Criminal Records Act and all the legislations that go with it are made after a lot of thought and deliberation. All criminal cases in Kentucky are decided in the same way. For instance, a person who is charged with murder gets a criminal case registered against him under the Criminal Records Act. And the same process holds true even if he is acquitted of the crime.

If the person later on is proved to be innocent then the record does not have any effect on his eligibility to vote or to get a passport. He can still live with his partner, have a social security number, get a driver’s license and do almost anything legally. However, these things will not be possible if there is an accusation against him. There is a very common scenario in which a person might be arrested for something that is not considered a crime in the eyes of the law. At such times there will be a warrant issued against him stating that he is a person of public suspicion and he should produce his official documents in the police station where the arrest took place.

Under normal circumstances, if the person has failed to produce the documents at the time of his arrest then he can face the consequences of having a criminal record. However, in cases of extreme responsibility, like handling money or handling illegal documents or carrying arms or any weapon, then he will be arrested under the provisions of the Criminal Records Act. Warrant of arrests should be produced before the magistrates and should be produced in the right manner. The magistrates will take over the administration of the warrant. He will have to produce the warrant personally before the court on the date scheduled. If the warrant is granted then the person has to abide by the rules and regulations imposed by the court.

In the warrant cases, the person who is accused of an offense is required to give his statement to the investigating officer who will then enter the premises of the suspected person. In other words, the person accused of the crime will be brought to the place of arrest. The investigating officer will produce the warrant to the person making the arrest. The person accused has to respond to the charges against him within the prescribed period and if he fails to do so then he will be punished under the provisions of the Criminal Records Act. There are specific rules and regulations laid down for producing the warrant before the court.

Warrant of arrests can also be used for searching a person’s background and to check whether the person is free or not. Under the provisions of the Criminal Records Act, the investigating officer who has made an arrest will produce the warrant personally before the court on the date scheduled. If the person fails to comply with the court’s orders, then he will be punished for contempt. However, in some cases, the person can still refuse to produce the warrant. The court will then order the police to bring the person before the court for the warrant to be produced. Warrant records also help the investigating authority in keeping a track of the movement of criminals and absconders.