Mountrail County North Dakota Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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(1532)Mountrail County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices
Mountrail County Sheriffs Department / Mountrail County Jail101 North Main StreetStanleyND58784701-628-2975
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New Town City Police Department103 Soo PlaceNew TownND58763701-627-3314
Stanley Police Department208 South Main StreetStanleyND58784701-628-2677
Stanley Police Department221 South Main StreetStanleyND58784701-628-2225
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Warrant Records in Mountrail County North Dakota

You may not know it, but there are different types of warrants out there and you might not even know about them unless you are working in Mountrail County North Dakota. Warrant records are kept by the courts and they are used for a variety of different things. If you are in need of someone’s arrest records or court documents then you can find out how to get them with the help of an online site. Here is what you need to know about these records.

When it comes to warrants there are two types that are most common. There is the criminal warrant and the civil warrant. A criminal warrant is one that is issued based on a crime that has been committed. This warrant will state that the person who has the warrant has committed a specific crime and the police are required to arrest that person. The person who has the warrant can be held in jail until the warrant is lifted or the case is closed. In other words, if you are wanted on a warrant then you can be arrested and held overnight.

Another type of warrant is the civil warrant. This one does not have anything to do with a crime. It is simply one that says that a person has been negligent in some way. This could mean that the person did not take care of a car or that they did not keep their property clear. The court can issue this warrant and it will remain active unless you show the proper amount of proof to the court that you do not have a criminal background.

Warrant records are a highly confidential document and most people do not even know that they exist. Even the police are not allowed to give any details on them without your permission. There are some local law enforcement agencies that maintain these records for a small fee but you will have to fill out an application to access it.

It is important to remember that you are legally allowed to own a firearm even if you have a criminal record. However, this does not mean that you can randomly pick someone and have them arrested. You will need to go through a lot of paperwork and explain your intentions to the court. They will want to see that you have a legitimate reason to be carrying a weapon. This includes carrying a loaded weapon in your vehicle.

In order to obtain a copy of a warrant you will have to go through the courthouse. You can either pay to have a clerk walk you through the process or you can download an online form and fill it out yourself. You will not want to lie on the forms because it will affect your chances at getting the evidence you need. Once you have the evidence you will be able to tell the judge what your intentions are and whether you have a legitimate reason for wanting to carry a weapon.