|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|(1816)Cherokee County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices|
|Cherokee County Probation Department||21 Peachtree Street||Murphy||NC||28906||828-837-6316|
|Cherokee County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices|
|Cherokee County Sheriff's Office||102 Central Street||Murphy||NC||28906||828-837-2589|
|Cherokee County Sheriffs Department||44 Central Street||Murphy||NC||28906||828-837-2589|
|Andrews Police Department||1101 Main Street||Andrews||NC||28901||828-321-5111|
|Town Of Murphy Police Department||93 Peachtree Street||Murphy||NC||28906||828-837-2214|
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Accessing Warrant Records
Warrant Records are a compilation of all types of warrants that have been issued under the law in Cherokee County North Carolina. Wills are legal documents that name an individual or business as having committed a crime, and serve as evidence that a crime has been committed. There are two different classifications for a will in Cherokee County, with one being a “witness” and the other being a “testimonial” which requires a third party to vouch for the information provided.
All criminal defense cases require the presence of a witness, which is generally a sworn statement from a person who witnessed the commission of the crime. Testimonials are not as important as they used to be in the past, however. In some jurisdictions, a person may be allowed to make their own affirmation that there had been no criminal activity. This differs from state to state, and is subject to change at any time. It is also possible for a person to make their own affirmation that no crime had been committed, but it is not as common as a witness’s affirmation.
Warrant records in Cherokee County are maintained and updated by the Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office. To obtain information on a person’s record, you can visit their office in Person County, or send them a mail request. The fee for this information is not expensive, but it depends on how many pages of information you need. If you would like to view the entire records on an individual, you can pay a small fee and download the documents yourself. If you only require certain pieces of information, you may be able to access the Sheriff’s website to perform an electronic search.
Searching a person’s background is often complicated and confusing. Generally, you must look up the person’s date of birth, social security number, place of residence, marriage and divorce history, and more. Depending on the nature of your investigation, you may also be required to find out their criminal history. Criminal activity is easy to uncover through the Internet.
In addition to looking up a person’s past, searching their warrant records are helpful when you have reason to believe they may be committing a crime. If you suspect your child, spouse, neighbor, employee, or friend is engaging in criminal activities, you can use a national search engine to discover if they have a criminal record. This option is available online, and does not take very long to conduct.
Unfortunately, obtaining public warrant records is not free. You will be required to pay a nominal fee in order to see the records. The fee is nominal in comparison to the amount of time you will spend researching the case. If the investigating officer decides to arrest the subject, they will present you with a copy of the warrant. If you decide not to release the evidence, the investigating officer will then serve a warrant to the person, which will require them to post a court date.