|Name||Address||City||State||Zip Code||Phone Number|
|(1679)Marshall County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices|
|Marshall County Probation Department||800 North 1st Street||Madill||OK||73446||580-795-5534|
|Marshall County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices|
|Marshall County Sheriffs Office / Marshall County Jail||207 North 4th Street||Madill||OK||73446||580-795-2221|
|Kingston Police Department||306 4th Street||Kingston||OK||73439||580-564-2301|
|Kingston Police Department||22 North Main Street||Kingston||OK||73439||580-564-2301|
|Madill Police Department||201 East Overton Street||Madill||OK||73446||580-795-2387|
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How to Look Up Warrant Records
Warrant Records are public information in Oklahoma and all 50 states. They serve to provide proof of an individual’s innocence or guilt, if they have been arrested for a crime, for instance if they were involved in the commission of a felony. Warrant records will also help law enforcement officials keep track of people they have arrested for suspicion of involvement with criminal activities.
Warrant Records in Marshall County Oklahoma fall under the category of criminal public records. This means that these records are filed and maintained by the courts, just like any other county or state court. In most instances, they are retained for a period of six months to one year. However, if the person doesn’t show up for court, they are still able to have the records retained. They just aren’t released to the public.
People are allowed a warrant to be issued when they have reasonable suspicion that a person they know is not of sound mind. The reason for a warrant being issued is not detailed, and it can only be described as a formal request made on a person to prevent arrest. To get a warrant, there must be reasonable suspicion that the person has committed a crime. Warrant records in Oklahoma will include the person’s name, address, age, sex, and if they have been convicted of a crime. It is extremely important to remember that these records are considered public record, meaning anyone can access them. However, not every public record is accessible.
To perform a criminal records search, you will need to contact the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation (OSBI). The OBI will either be located inorman or sheriff office in your county or at the courthouse in your city. If you are looking for someone’s criminal history, you will need to visit the sheriff’s office. There will be a small fee to perform this search.
It is possible that you will be able to access these records on the internet. However, this will only work if the person you are trying to look up has a listed online social security number. You can also try an online “free” public records search by entering the person’s name into any major search engine. If that doesn’t give you the results you want, you may need to contact the local courthouse in your area and requesting an order form.
Once you get the order, it is extremely important that you go over all of the information provided to make sure it is correct. If there are any discrepancies in the information that you have obtained from the OSBI, or if you cannot find the person’s name anywhere on the internet, you may have to go to the county courthouse and obtain the criminal report. This is definitely not a pleasant experience for anyone. If you are looking to hire someone to care for your children or an elderly relative, you will want to make sure they don’t have any warrants out for their arrest. Protecting yourself is the best way to ensure that your family and your assets are secure.