Franklin County Maine Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(2175)Franklin County Police Departments
Carrabassett Valley Police Department9000 Main StreetCarrabassett ValleyME04947207-237-3200
Franklin County Police Departments
Farmington Police Department153 Farmington Falls RoadFarmingtonME04938207-778-6311
Jay Police Department340 Main StreetJayME04239207-897-6766
Rangeley Police Department15 School StreetRangeleyME04970207-864-3579
University Of Maine At Farmington Public Safety Department111 South StreetFarmingtonME04938207-778-7400
Wilton Police Department874 Main StreetWiltonME04294207-645-4222
Franklin County Sheriff Departments
Franklin County Sheriff's Office123 County WayFarmingtonME04938207-778-2680
Franklin County Sheriffs Department / Franklin County Jail123 County WayFarmingtonME04938207-778-9891
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Farmington Police Department Website
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How to Search For Warrant Records

Warrant Records in Franklin County Maine

Searching for warrant records in Franklin County Maine is pretty straight forward if you know where to look. If you do some digging you will find out that warrants are not like regular licenses, they are very serious, and can even have very severe consequences if not taken care of appropriately. It is highly recommended that if you have been arrested for any type of crime that you find out exactly what the charges are, or at least where they were filed, just so you may be prepared and able to defend yourself if any charges are filed against you. In cases such as these it is best to have all the information you can before a warrant is issued.

In Franklin County, Maine there are special offices that keep track of warrants. You can go to this office or one near you and they will walk you through the whole process of how to search and obtain a warrant. A warrant is simply a request that someone wants you to give them permission to search and arrest that person. While warrants may only last a few months, you never know when you may have to go to court for this type of search. Therefore it is important that you go through the legal system as soon as possible, before that warrant becomes a reality.

When you are searching for this type of information it is important that you understand that the people who put you in this situation are government employees. While they may have the time to research the information for you and keep you informed of their purpose for doing so, it is ultimately your responsibility to find this information for yourself. If the person who issued the warrant does not tell you what it is, you should ask why they did it. If they give you any reasons, then you should consider looking into those reasons.

Sometimes a warrant is issued for an outstanding warrant. For example, if the person was wanted on a traffic violation, but was not arrested, the warrant would show up on their record. You may want to check with the local courthouse in your area and see if they have this information available for your search. It may be free, or they may charge you a small fee. This fee is usually worth the convenience and peace of mind knowing that you can find out this information quickly.

Warrant records can also be used by employers. If an employer needs to hire someone, they can do a background check to see if they have a warrant. This can prevent them from hiring someone with a criminal past. If you are considering a job, this may be one of the first pieces of information you look at.

Remember that when you search for this type of information, you are conducting a search for public record information. You are not looking to obtain a copy of the warrant. If you need a copy, you should go to the courthouse where the warrant was issued. You will have to fill out an application for access, but it is fairly easy and not difficult to do.