Lavaca County Texas Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1847)Lavaca County Police Departments
Hallettsville Police Department104 East 4th StreetHallettsvilleTX77964361-798-3683
Lavaca County Police Departments
Moulton Police Department102 South Main StreetMoultonTX77975361-596-7248
Shiner Police Department810 North Avenue EastShinerTX77984361-594-2831
Lavaca County Sheriff Departments
Lavaca County Sheriff's OfficePO Box 373HallettsvilleTX77964361-798-2121
Lavaca County Sheriffs Department - Lavaca County Jail38 Farm to Market Road 318HallettsvilleTX77964361-798-2121
Lavaca County Probation Departments
Lavaca County Probation Department412 North Texana StreetHallettsvilleTX77964361-798-4353
Colorado County Probation DepartmentPO Box 330HallettsvilleTX77964361-798-3714
Gonzales County Probation DepartmentPO Box 330HallettsvilleTX77964361-798-3714
Lavaca County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
Lavaca County Child Support Warrants
Lavaca County Clerk Citations
Lavaca County Jail Inmate Search
Lavaca County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
Lavaca County Sex Offender Registry
Lavaca County Sheriff Website

Warrant Records

Warrant Records are public records which show when, where and for how long someone has been arrested. A warrant is an official order from a judge that states that a person is charged with a crime or are subjects of an arrest warrant. Warrant records include a person’s name, address, booking photos, criminal offenses, background checks, warrants issued, date of issuance, arrest warrants, charges filed, and more. Warrant records are maintained by each local police department under the Texas Criminal Records Information Act (TCIA).

Warrant records are considered public records because they are required to be made publicly available. Therefore, they can be searched electronically. People can search for these records online through various websites. If you want to conduct an arrest warrant search in Lavaca County, you can do it yourself by visiting the website of the Texas Department of Public Safety.

The website contains information such as an applicant’s criminal history, current arrest warrants, outstanding warrants, and any sex crimes the applicant may have committed in the past. Warrant records can also be used to check the background of any person you’re interested in. To do this, enter the name of the person into the “find people” section. You’ll then be able to see if there’s any public records about that person that you can check out.

An appeal can be filed in several ways. It can be done personally or by way of mail. To appeal orally, you need to complete and submit an application form. To appeal by mail, simply send a letter requesting a copy of an arrest record with your signature. To verify the accuracy of the records, request for a duplicate of the original document.

In some circumstances, the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals will refuse to release criminal records. This is due to concerns over how the public is being affected by the information. To avoid warrant records being withheld, you should hire a private investigation service that can check arrest warrants and other public records for you. These services are very affordable and reliable.

In short, when you’re arrested for a warrant, it doesn’t mean you automatically lose your freedom. There are many ways to avoid having your name registered in jail. If you suspect that you may be facing such a situation, you should see a criminal lawyer immediately. If you don’t have one, make sure to get one as soon as possible!