Yadkin County North Carolina Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1984)Yadkin County Police Departments
Yadkinville Police Department209 East Hemlock StreetYadkinvilleNC27055336-679-2863
Yadkin County Police Departments
Boonville Police Department108 North Carolina AvenueBoonvilleNC27011336-367-7828
East Bend Police Department108 West Main StreetEast BendNC27018336-699-8560
East Bend Police DepartmentWest Main StreetEast BendNC27018336-699-8560
Jonesville Police Department1503 North Carolina 67JonesvilleNC28642
Yadkin County Sheriff Department
Yadkin County Sheriffs Department210 East Hemlock StreetYadkinvilleNC27055336-679-4217
Yadkin County Probation Department
Yadkin County Probation Department103 South State StreetYadkinvilleNC27055336-679-8481
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What Are Warrant Records?

Warrant Records in Yadkin County North Carolina are considered public record, but not all information is made public. In cases where there is a question of privacy, a request for the records must be made in writing to the local sheriff or local records office. The person who requested the information must provide a name and birth date. After receiving the application, the clerk will review it and determine if the information is available and will give an estimate of how much it will cost to get the information.

If it is not available, the request can be made with a federal court. The request should be sent by certified mail with a receipt of delivery. If there is a verification of the person’s identity, then another search will be made using the person’s social security number if that has been entered into the computer. This search may not return any matches because of the poor quality of the information. The next step will be to have the person arrested and the crime committed as the basis of the warrant. If the person is present at the time of the arrest, they can enter their statement for identification, which is then entered into the system and used to find the record.

If the person’s identity is not confirmed and they are found to be a person prohibited from having a firearm, the premises must be secured and no firearms may be brought inside. If the person’s name is on any other public records, the courts will perform the same searches to see if it is a match. Because of privacy concerns, it can take up to a year to search for any public records. If the person’s identity is still not known after this period, then a warrant for their arrest will be issued.

A warrant can be applied for in two ways: voluntarily and involuntarily. A person can apply for a warrant to be kept against themselves. This can only be done when their identity is involved in any criminal case, or if there is a concern that they may run off with someone’s identity. With voluntary warrants, the police will investigate a crime before applying for one against the person. This is because it is not an automatic right that comes along with being arrested. They have to investigate a crime and then present it to a judge for formal recognition.

Involuntary warrants are issued without any investigation whatsoever. The person can still run away with the documents and be in violation of the law. Even if the person is not in criminal court, they can still be charged with fraudulently attempting to obtain a criminal record without authorization. Without knowing how a warrant was issued, a person cannot be charged with a crime. Many times people have been accused of crimes they did not commit. Warrant records help prove innocence or provide evidence for prosecution if needed.

Warrant records have become extremely private records. Many times they are only held within the jurisdiction of a particular town or city, but they are available to the general public. Anytime a person applies for a job, has their home sold or is about to have their house auctioned, a background check can be done. There are many reasons for performing a background check such as verifying employment history, ascertaining identity, and pre-empting any type of previous criminal activity. These services are typically offered for a small fee and can give you important information about a person’s past.