Franklin County Tennessee Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1056)Franklin County Police Departments
Cowan Police Department106 North Cherry StreetCowanTN37318931-962-0110
Franklin County Police Departments
Decherd Police Department100 Powell StreetDecherdTN37324931-962-1675
Decherd Police Department201 South Diagonal StreetDecherdTN37324931-962-1675
Estill Springs Police Department308 South Main StreetEstill SpringsTN37330931-649-2233
Huntland Police Department100 Cumberland BoulevardHuntlandTN37345931-469-7702
Sewanee Police Department111 Alabama AvenueSewaneeTN37375931-598-1111
Tims Ford State Park - Ranger Station570 Tims Ford DriveWinchesterTN37398931-962-2706
Winchester Police Department7 South High StreetWinchesterTN37398931-967-3840
Franklin County Sheriff Department
Franklin County Sheriffs Department / Franklin County Jail420 Wilton CircleWinchesterTN37398931-962-0123
Franklin County Probation Department
Franklin County Probation Department360 Wilton CircleWinchesterTN37398931-967-2089
Franklin County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
Franklin County Arrest Warrants
Franklin County Child Support Warrants
Franklin County Circuit Court Records
Franklin County Circuit Court Records (Tennessee)
Franklin County General Sessions Court Records
Franklin County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
Franklin County Sex Offender Registry
Franklin County Sheriff's Office Website

Information Regarding Warrant Records

warrants for arrest are one of the most important public records a citizen can have. If you are wanted by the law, you need to be aware of what all warrant records are and if you have one issued against you. Warrant records are the documents that show that the person was arrested, or served with a citation, or has been arrested on a warrant. These are considered public records and can be found by using a search engine such as Google, Yahoo, MSN or even a local court house.

Warrants are one of the most requested public records by people in Franklin County, Tennessee. Warrants are used to have someone arrested for any violation of the law. They also give police officers the right to arrest a person for any violation they believe is justified under the law. There are different reasons as to why warrants may be issued, but there is generally no reason why a person should not have one issued for their arrest.

When a person does not follow the conditions on their warrant (such as not abiding by the court’s order to appear or not following officer’s instructions) their warrant records may be obtained and used against them by the police or other law enforcement officials. A warrant only shows that a person has been arrested for a specific crime, but does not necessarily prove guilt. Because of this there is no guarantee of a person’s guilt unless proven guilty. This means that if you were just sitting in your house and a cop asked you if you have anything illegal in your home, you are still innocent until proven guilty.

Warrant records are used for a variety of purposes. In Franklin County, these records are used to keep track of people who are convicted of crimes, have their warrants out for their arrest, or are wanted on outstanding warrants for various violations. There is some information that is more sensitive than others, and warrants will be a lot more detailed then a speeding ticket or a parking ticket. Therefore it is always best to consult with an attorney before having any warrant searches done.

A warrant can be issued for several reasons. They can be based on suspicion of wrongdoing or as a catchall warrant which contains anything from a misdemeanor to a felony offense. If a person fails to show up on their court date, there may be a warrant out for their arrest. This can be extremely frustrating if you have just been released because you failed to show up. It is important to note that failure to show up in court does not mean a person has committed a crime, it simply means that they are missing a court date, and their case may become inactive until a new date can be set.

Many times, warrant records are ignored or kept under wraps because they contain extremely sensitive information. These warrants are considered public record and if you want to find out about a person’s record, you must go through the appropriate channels. Unless you are the person in question, most warrant searches will be denied.