Renville County North Dakota Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1628)Renville County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices
Renville County Sheriffs Department205 Main Street EastMohallND58761701-756-6386
Renville County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices
Mohall Police Department203 Main Street EastMohallND58761701-756-6464
Sherwood Police Department204 Main StreetSherwoodND58782701-459-2225
Renville County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
Renville County Child Support Warrants
Renville County Criminal Records
Renville County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
Renville County Sex Offender Registry
Renville County Sheriff Website

Overview of Warrant Records

Warrant Records in Renville County North Dakota are kept in an off-site manner at the county courthouse in Placerville. All warrants that have been executed and/or granted by the court are kept on file for up to seven years. This means that if a person has been arrested for a criminal offense, that person’s name will be entered into the public record system by the courts. Anyone can search this information to see if they do not have to have their own name registered with the courts as the defendant when they commit a criminal offense.

By performing a public records search, anyone can find out if a person they know has ever been arrested or convicted for any type of crime. It doesn’t matter how long they have been in jail or what kind of crime they may have committed. The records will be available to them. They will be able to see who the person was, when the crime happened, and what the outcome was. If it was a success then they will be able to get a criminal check, but if it was a failure then they can learn who they should send for this next trial.

Wartime warrants are also tracked down through the courts. If someone has a warrant out for their arrest, it will appear on their record. A person that is wanted on a warrant will have to go to the courthouse to apply for one. When they present themselves at the courthouse, they must sign a form that states that they understand they are being arrested for the outstanding warrant and that they were duly sworn to tell the truth. That way, it will be easier to convince the courts to release the person from their jail cell.

Anyone who has a warrant out for their arrest will not be released unless they can prove to the courts that they are not in default of their probation. In many cases, these people end up on the Sex Offenders list. Their criminal records stay on their files until they are able to prove to the courts that they have not committed a crime. A person with a sex offense on their record is not considered a free and clear person, even though they may not be charged with a crime. The courts are not likely to give them a new trial after having them put back in the registry.

Warrant records are considered public records by law. Any record that tells about a person’s arrest, criminal record, or pending charges is filed away in an official government database. If you need to obtain one of these documents, all you have to do is contact the courthouse where the person was convicted of the crime. You will have to fill out an application in order to get access to the person’s records.

Warrant records are used in a lot of different situations. If you are applying for a job, a tenant, a new neighbor, or a nanny, you can check to see who they are before you allow them into your home. Also, if you have reason to believe that a person may be violating the law, you can use one of these background investigations to help you gain confidence before you let them into your life.