Monroe County Ohio Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

Search For Warrants

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1706)Monroe County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices
Monroe County Probation Department101 North Main StreetWoodsfieldOH43793740-472-0924
Monroe County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices
Monroe County Sheriffs Office / Monroe County Jail108 West Court StreetWoodsfieldOH43793740-472-1612
Woodsfield Police Department221 South Main StreetWoodsfieldOH43793740-472-5771
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The Purpose of a Warrant Records Search

If you have been arrested for a DUI offense in Monroe County, Ohio, and you would like to obtain copies of your arrest warrant, then you may be able to get these records from the county courthouse. You will want to visit the City of Monroe County’s website and search for “warrant records”. This will bring up the website for the county of Monroe in the state of Ohio. Once there, you can search for warrants, file a request and usually have them within a few days.

Most warrants are issued by Probate courts. Probate court deals with cases that have to do with a deceased person, but a will still be filed with the court. The will list any assets that the deceased person has left such as real estate, bank accounts, vehicles and more. Once the probate court receives the will, they will perform an exhaustive search of all of the records that are tied to the person who died. They will try to find any criminal offenses that were committed by the deceased person and if they are able to locate any, they will notify the police.

These criminal records will then be kept by the courts for official use. However, it is possible that a criminal record that was not reported to the courts may still exist. It is also possible that the person that you are searching for may have no criminal record at all. This is when you may need to search for other records outside of the county in which the person lives.

It is important to note that if a warrant has been issued for your arrest, this will remain on your permanent record. This will allow employers to check the person’s background and ensure that they do not have a criminal background. It can also let a person know that they are being monitored by the police, even if they are not charged with a crime. A person that does not have any criminal activity on their record can be very suspicious to a employer.

Warrant records can help you to determine if a person has been convicted of a crime or even an traffic violation. If a person has been convicted of a felony, their name will remain on the sex offender’s registry for an indeterminate period of time. This can make it very difficult for them to find work and can affect their entire life.

Performing a search of a person’s criminal history can reveal many things about that person. These records can show traffic violations, assault, sexual offenses, marriage and divorce records, outstanding warrants and much more. There are many reasons that people need to access these records. The most common reason is to verify that a person is who they say that they are. Another reason people search for these documents is to check up on their new partners. It is important that you know the person you are involved with is who they say they are.