Presque Isle County Michigan Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(769)Presque Isle County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices
Presque Isle County Probation Department151 East Huron AvenueRogersMI49779989-734-5260
Presque Isle County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices
Presque Isle County Sheriffs Office / Presque Isle County Jail267 North 2nd StreetRogersMI49779989-734-2156
Onaway Police Department20623 State StreetOnawayMI49765989-733-7755
Onaway Police Department3688 Beech StreetOnawayMI49765989-733-7755
Rogers City Police Department193 East Michigan AvenueRogersMI49779989-734-2191
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Warrant Records – What Are They And Why Do You Need Them?

Warrant Records in Presque Isle County, Michigan are a list of any person’s civil rights and/or civil accusations that has been issued against them in the court of law. Warrants are one of the most serious court charges that a person can face. A warrant is an order from a court of law that states that a person has committed a crime or act. Warrants can be issued by a judge, county clerk, or a justice of the peace. If a warrant for your arrest is released then it will be listed on the public records for the area in which you were arrested.

A warrant may be for your arrest for any number of things including but not limited to: breach of the peace, murder, arson, assault, disorderly conduct, sex crimes, domestic violence and many more. Warrants can also be issued if the arresting officer believes that a person has committed a felony without sufficient evidence to support a conviction. In other words if there are no fingerprints, DNA samples or other means of positively identifying a person then the arresting officer can use a warrant to arrest a person. There are different types of warrants that are used for different violations.

Warrants are one of the most sensitive documents and records that are kept in the court system. These records list the person who is accused of a crime and the crime that they have allegedly committed. This is especially true with felony warrants. Felony warrants are also known as grand jury warrants. Some states allow anyone accused of a crime to have an attorney present at their trial. These are known as ” writs of handcuffs” and can prevent the person from walking free.

Warrants can be very serious situation. For instance, if you are arrested on suspicion of assault, it is possible that an assault warrant will be issued against you. This means that the police can arrested you on the suspicion that you committed a crime even if you are not charged with a crime at that moment. The person who has a warrant can also have their wages garnished or taken out of their pay check if they are convicted of a crime. Even worse, if the person is found to have an outstanding warrant, their car can be impounded until they clear it. Their home can be searched without a warrant as well.

Warrant records are considered public information because they are available to anyone who requests them. If you are interested in a record, you can contact the local courthouse or the law enforcement agency where the person claims to have obtained their copy. You can request the records in person, by mail, phone call, or by using the Internet. Some online services may even allow you to download the documents directly to your computer. Most people feel more comfortable looking online, since this means they do not have to worry about waiting weeks for the paperwork to get back to them.

A good way to protect yourself from warrant searches is to never give a friend or relative your real name, birth date, or address. Also, never give out your Social Security number over the phone, unless you are having a secure conversation with the person and their spouse. If you have access to your person’s name and address, you should avoid giving this information to someone who wants it, since it is easy to obtain. You should also avoid providing your Social Security number to a stranger over the phone, since many services will offer you the option of calling in your personal information.

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