Larue County Kentucky Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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(2454)Larue County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices
Larue County Sheriffs Office / Larue County Jail209 West High StreetHodgenvilleKY42748270-358-9876
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Hodgenville City Police Department45 West High StreetHodgenvilleKY42748270-358-3013
Hodgenville Police Department109 North Greensburg StreetHodgenvilleKY42748270-358-3013
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How Accessible Are Warrant Records?

The records that show a person has been arrested for a criminal act are called Warrant Records in Larue County, Kentucky. A Warrant is defined as a legal document from a judge that allows someone to have unfettered access to specific places. Warrants are typically issued for traffic violations and may be for criminal acts. Warrants can also be used to obtain bail or to gather evidence against the suspect in a criminal trial. If arrested, one must have access to a Warrant.

Warrant records provide an individual with important information that helps determine if they are innocent or guilty of a crime. A warrant only indicates that there is probable cause to believe that a person has committed a crime. Probable cause refers to evidence that will lead a law enforcement officer to believe that a crime is being committed. A police officer must apply for a warrant before searching for it. Warrants are often listed in the county’s courthouse and police department records.

Warrants are maintained by each local government and are available to the public upon request. When a person makes a request for a copy of a criminal record, it must include any additional information that would help determine if the person is legally represented. Additional information provided by a person can include any prior arrests or convictions for criminal activity. Warrants can also be requested from the Federal Fugitives’ Office and other federal agencies like the FBI.

In order to get a copy of a criminal record, the person can either go to the sheriff’s department or police department where the offense was committed or they can contact a private detective or agency. Private detectives and agencies commonly charge a fee for their services. Some online sites offer a free service in which the person searches an ever expanding database for information about warrants and criminal activity within the county. Some websites also provide this service for free.

Some warrants may have minor infractions such as traffic tickets while others may have serious crimes like murder or serious felonies. If a person has a warrant out for their arrest, it will appear on their personal record which can become accessible to the public. However, there are a few things that the police or the courts will consider before releasing a person from their bonds.

A warrant will remain on a person’s record until they are served with the citation or warrant. The person then has up to a year to clear their warrant before their record will be cleared. Once their warrant is cleared, their criminal record will be cleared as well. This means that if a person has multiple warrants out for their arrest, all police records will show that all charges against them were dropped.