|(529)Delta County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices
|Delta County Probation Department
|310 Ludington Street
|Delta County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices
|Delta County Sheriffs Office / Delta County Correctional Facility
|111 North 3rd Street
|Escanaba Department Of Public Safety
|1900 3rd Avenue North
|Gladstone Department Of Public Safety
|4th Avenue North
|Michigan State Police District 8 Post 85 - Gladstone
|922 Lake Shore Drive
|Delta County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
|Delta County Child Support Warrants
|Delta County Criminal Records
|Delta County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
|Delta County Sex Offender Registry
Warrant Records Search
What are the purposes of searching for Delta County warrant records? These legal documents are kept by the county so that the courts can have access to them. If the person who was arrested has committed a crime in another county, the suspect may be able to be convicted in that other county under the same act. In order for this not to happen, the courts will have the ability to access the warrant records and make sure that the person they are searching for is not behind bars in another jurisdiction.
It is important to keep in mind that there are two types of warrants that exist in Michigan. One type of warrant is a felony warrant which is filed by the circuit courts against an individual who has committed a felony in their state of residence or has once committed a felony in another state. The other type is a misdemeanor warrant which is filed by the courts when there are findings of acts that are taken place in more than one state. People who have been accused of crimes in more than one state are considered to be ex-felons.
A warrant can be issued for any number of reasons. This includes: failure to appear at court as ordered; flight from apprehension; obstruction of justice; concealment of information; and many other reasons that are considered to be valid. In order to search for a person’s criminal record, a warrant will usually have to be applied for by a judge. Once the application is approved, the person will be issued a warrant that will allow police officers to search any place for the person’s criminal records.
How can you find out if there is a warrant out for your arrest? There are several ways that you can go about checking to see if there is a warrant out for your arrest. First, you can contact the sheriff’s department in your county and ask to be placed on their warrant database. If you are convicted of a felony and are also in jail, the records are supposed to be removed once you are free to leave.
However, most counties are not free to access the database and will charge a small fee for access. If you are looking for criminal records, you can try using an online search service. By entering the person’s name and current city and state, you will be able to see what criminal charges they have faced. You can also look up their birth date and anything else related to their history. These searches can cost anywhere between ten dollars and fifty dollars, depending on which site you use.
Remember, a warrant can be issued for any number of reasons. They can be issued for breaking the law, or simply because the person does not show up on their court date. If you are suspicious of a person, you can search to see if they have a criminal warrant out for their arrest.