Brown County Texas Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1109)Brown County Police Departments
Brown Co. Water District501 East Baker StreetBrownwoodTX76801
Brown County Police Departments
Brownwood Independent School District Police Department2100 Slayden StreetBrownwoodTX76801325-646-9549
Brownwood Police Department1050 West Commerce StreetBrownwoodTX76801325-646-2525
Bangs Police Department109 First StreetBangsTX76823325-752-6223
Early Police Department960 Early BoulevardEarlyTX76802325-646-5322
Brown County Sheriff Department
Brown County Sheriffs Office / Brown County Jail1050 West Commerce StreetBrownwoodTX76801325-646-5510
Brown County Probation Departments
Brown County Probation Department800 Farm to Market Road 3254BrownwoodTX76801325-646-0923
Mills County Probation Department1400 Houston StreetBrownwoodTX76801325-646-0923
Brown County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
Brown County Child Support Warrants
Brown County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
Brown County Police Records
Brown County Sex Offender Registry
Brown County Sheriff's Office Website

Warrant Records Are a Must Have Information

Warrant records are not always the first thing that comes to mind when one thinks of Texas criminal records. Usually, what comes to mind is criminal activity in the big cities such as Houston, Dallas and Austin. However, there are outlying areas in Texas that also have a good criminal history. And one of those outlying areas is Brown County, Texas.

What are warrants? Warrants are court orders that allow law enforcement officials to seize a person for an arrest or to search and seize property without any probable cause or lawful justification. They are issued by judges in different courts. There are warrants that are specific to a crime and others that are general. A warrant can be suspended by a judge and it can also be revoked after serving the warrant in most cases.

Warrants are one of the major factors used by police to arrest a person for any type of criminal activity. For example, if a person is suspected of being involved in a murder, they will be arrested. But if they are also suspected of participating in drug activities or whatever, then they will be arrested without warrant.

In Texas, there are a couple of ways for an arrest to be made without a warrant. First, the arresting officer can just stop the person and ask for identification. If the person fails to cooperate or if the person denies knowing the person’s identity, then arrest can be made. This is called an “unlawful arrest” in Texas. An arrest made without a warrant can be held up in court as well.

Warrants can also be granted by a federal court if there is reason to believe that a person has committed a federal crime. A person does not need to be convicted of a crime in order to have a warrant. A warrant only needs to be applied for. But the person who has the warrant can still go to court and try to get it lifted.

Warrant records are very useful for law enforcement agencies and others who have reason to suspect a person of committing a crime. If you want to check whether a person is free or arrested without warrant, then you can get online and do a search. You will have access to the personal details of the person and the crime he has been accused of. This can be very useful if you want to hire a lawyer to defend you in court. It can also be used to prevent someone from going on crime spree, especially if you have been a victim of such a person.