Morris County Texas Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

Search For Warrants

NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1903)Morris County Police Departments
Daingerfield Police Department110 Coffey StreetDaingerfieldTX75638903-645-2114
Morris County Police Departments
Lone Star Police Department101 North Jefferson StreetLone StarTX75668903-656-2491
Naples Police Department101 Walnut StreetNaplesTX75568903-897-5321
Naples Police DepartmentEast Doc Dodson StreetNaplesTX75568903-897-5321
Omaha Police Department305 White Oak AvenueOmahaTX75571903-884-2305
Morris County Sheriff Departments
Morris County Sheriff Department / Morris County Jail502 Union StreetDaingerfieldTX75638903-645-2232
Morris County Sheriff's Office502 Union StreetDaingerfieldTX75638903-645-2232
Morris County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
Morris County Child Support Warrants
Morris County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
Morris County Sex Offender Registry
Morris County Sheriff Website

How to Find Out If Someone Has a Warrant

Warrant Records are one of the public information that can be accessed by a person or a company. It is generally used for various purposes like conducting background checks, finding out the background of an individual, confirming a person’s address and many other purposes. These records are considered as public domain and are available for anyone to obtain. The only condition is that you have to know the person’s identity to conduct the search.

Warrant Records are basically court files that contain the judgments, arrest warrants, criminal records and other legal documents issued in the courts. This record includes the name of the person as well as the crime he was convicted of. It will also show the period when the judgment was issued, whether it was for a misdemeanor or felony, and other details pertaining to the case.

Warrant Records in Morris County Texas can be searched by any member of the public. They can be accessed at the County Courthouse, or through the Texas State Prison or Texas Jail records. You can also find these records online through various websites that offer to give you access to public records online.

In some circumstances, the police can issue a warrant for the arrest of a person. This warrant will give the police all the right to arrest the person at their own discretion. If the person fails to meet their obligations, or they have violated the terms of probation or parole, the police can arrest the person without warrant. Warrant records are also used by bail bondsmen to ensure that the person who is arrested on their own recognizance will appear in court.

Warrant Records in Morris County Texas are different from the rest of the state in that the person can challenge the validity of the warrant. A person can file a motion to suppress challenging the validity of the warrant. This motion is generally made within a day after the issuance of the warrant. If the motion to suppress is successful, then the records will be thrown out and the warrant will be declared null and void.

If you are interested in checking to see if there is any warrant out for your own arrest, you can contact the sheriff or the police department. They will be able to tell you if there is a warrant out for your arrest. In most cases, they will be able to tell you how to acquire access to the records. In many cases, they will be able to give you a copy of the warrant, but will charge a small fee for doing so.