Evangeline Parish Louisiana Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2317)Evangeline Parish Police Departments
Basile Police Department / Basile Town Jail1316 South Ryan AvenueBasileLA70515337-432-6622
Evangeline Parish Police Departments
Chataignier Police Department226 Martin Luther King StreetVille PlatteLA70586337-885-2500
Mamou Police Department501 Main StreetMamouLA70554337-468-5221
Pine Prairie Police Department1006 Edwin Elliott DriveVille PlatteLA70586337-599-2904
Turkey Creek Police Department1069 Melissa LaneVille PlatteLA70586337-461-2756
Ville Platte Police Department108 South Coreil StreetVille PlatteLA70586337-363-1313
Ville Platte Police Department114 Armand StreetVille PlatteLA70586337-363-1313
Evangeline Parish Sheriff Department
Evangeline Parish Sheriffs Department200 Court StreetVille PlatteLA70586337-363-2161
Evangeline Parish Probation Department
Evangeline Parish Probation Department200 Court StreetVille PlatteLA70586337-363-2161
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Warrant Records Online

Warrant records are public documents that serve as proof of a person’s innocence or guilt. When a person is accused of a crime, the police will serve a warrant of arrest out for their arrest. This warrant will specify the crime that the person is accused of and will serve until the warrant expires. At that point, the accused can then apply to have the warrant canceled. Warrant records are kept by each local state government.

In Louisiana, there are different laws and procedures regarding warrant records. In Evangeline Parish, a person can apply to have their warrant canceled if they are not guilty. If the person’s warrant is in another state at the time of application, the state where the warrant was issued will determine whether or not it can be canceled.

After the date the warrant is issued, it becomes a public record. You can check to see if your warrant is listed in the state records by contacting the clerk of court. You can also apply to have your warrant canceled if you are the accused party or the party designated to receive the award. However, if you are neither of these party, or if the state where the warrant was executed doesn’t allow you to apply, then you will need to hire an attorney who can fill this petition out for you.

To apply to have your warrant canceled, you first must establish your innocence. If you can prove your innocence, the court will dismiss your case. If you are in doubt, you will be asked to prove your guilt. The process of proving your innocence usually takes several weeks. Once the prosecution has completed their investigation and have been unable to prove your guilt, they will dismiss your case.

To obtain your warrant records online, you will need to know the authority that issued your warrant. If your warrant was issued by a state court, you will be able to find the warrant records online through the court website. In some states, a state motor vehicle bureau will also provide this information. Other authorities, such as the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Drug Enforcement Administration, and the Internal Revenue Service will not provide warrants online because of privacy concerns. In order to get these records, you will probably need to hire an attorney to fill out the application and pay a nominal fee. Many private investigators offer this service.

There are many different places to find your warrant records. Today, the most popular place to find public warrant records is through the Internet. There are several reasons why more people are using the Internet to search for their warrants. It is quick and easy to do searches this way. There are also many people who are more comfortable using the computer rather than speaking with a police officer face to face.