Castro County Texas Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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(1175)Castro County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices
Castro County Sheriffs Department / Castro County Jail100 East Bedford StreetDimmittTX79027806-647-3311
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Dimmitt Police Department200 East Jones StreetDimmittTX79027806-647-4545
Hart Police Department403 BroadwayHartTX79043806-938-2171
Nazareth Police Department106 Saint Joseph StreetNazarethTX79063806-945-2547
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Warrant Records – Information You Must Know About Them

A warrant records check is one of the most basic and important things a police officer can do. This checks will let the police know if there is probable cause to have an arrest made on a person. Perjury laws and other laws may have been broken, but without this crucial piece of information, the case may never be brought to court. Read on for more information about how these records are handled in Castro County.

In order to get a warrant, there must be a person that is accused of an outstanding warrant. To find out if you are one of those people, you will need to contact the Castro County Records Division at 3653 Commercial Drive, Suite #BC, Castroville, Texas. They will be able to tell you if you do not have a warrant issued in the county. If you are innocent, they will give you a court date and tell you when you can pick up your warrant. If you are guilty, you will have to go to the booked person’s house and sign in front of an officer.

The first thing you should do if you find out you do have a warrant is to hide the warrant from the person it was given to. It is best to have an adult sign the warrant. If the person knows they have a warrant, they will try to have it canceled, which will only make the situation worse. Instead, have the signature simply written on a piece of paper, then have the signature notarized.

Next, you should take the signed piece of paper to your local courthouse. At your courthouse, you should go to the Public Information Office. This is where warrants are processed. If you are in any question as to whether the person you are arresting has a warrant or not, this is the place to go.

You can go to the court house and ask to speak with an arresting officer. Court houses will let you know if there is a warrant out for your arrest. You can also find out about traffic citations, marriages, divorces and other information that may be relevant to your case.

Finally, you should contact the judge handling your case. It is possible that the judge may issue an arrest warrant for the person. If this happens, you should avoid the person and go to the sheriff or other law enforcement officers.