Roberts County Texas Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

Search For Warrants

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(1940)Roberts County Criminal Records & Warrants Office
Roberts County Sheriffs Office / Roberts County Jail112 South Main StreetMiamiTX79059806-868-3121
Roberts County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
Roberts County Child Support Warrants
Roberts County Justice of The Peace Court Records
Roberts County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
Roberts County Sex Offender Registry
Roberts County Sheriff Website

How to Search For Warrant Records

Warrant Records in Roberts County Texas are among the most public records in the state. Warrant Records contain information that a peace officer may need to legally arrest or detain a person for suspicion of a crime, and sometimes they are used as preconditions to a search. If a person has a warrant out for their arrest, they are not allowed to go into certain areas or they are not permitted to contact someone they were arrested for while they are on probation or parole.

A warrant records list is kept at the Texas Department of Public Safety under the Vital Records Division. You can go to this department to request copies of any warrant for your arrest, so that you can either go to court or make sure the warrant doesn’t get carried out. There are different reasons to request a copy of your warrant. It could be to prevent your babysitter from stealing your car, to stop an abusive spouse from coming within a certain distance of your home, or to check up on someone who is threatening you or your family. If you suspect that your child is out of school and you want to ensure they are safe, a copy of their school record is enough to place a hold on their classes until the police can show you a copy of the warrant.

A person with a warrant does not have the right to carry a firearm unless it is issued by a judge. They may have to surrender their weapon before they can come into school. When you go to court to get a copy of the warrant, the clerk is supposed to give you the name of the person who ordered the warrant, the date the warrant was written (must be recent), and the address of the warrant. If the person you want to look up is in another state, you will have to go to the Texas Statewide Crime Information Center to find the warrant. This requires a court order, and you may have to appear in person.

Most warrants for arrests are carried out on someone who owns a house, apartment, boat, or automobile. This is because the property that they own may be used as a way to hide drugs or guns. It is possible for a person with a warrant records to own a car or truck, but the warrant probably states that they must surrender their vehicle or face arrest. You can usually access police records at the same time that you look up a person’s arrest record.

If you are looking up a warrant for arrest, the first thing that you need to do is to go online to the website of the county where the offense happened. You will need the persons name, address, and date of birth to start your search. The more information that you have about the person, the easier it will be for you to narrow down the search. You can also try to find a website that will allow you to enter limited information about them in an effort to narrow down your results. Some sites will let you search with just a few bits of information and then they will provide the most comprehensive information available.

Warrant records are often kept confidential and protected from the public. However, there have been times when people who were not even associated with the police or the courts were able to access these records and obtain information about the person that they are wanted for. If this happens to you, it is important that you speak to an attorney right away. Anytime that you are trying to access public records, it is very important that you understand the laws that are surrounding the matter. If you do not have the proper legal advice, you could be doing more harm than good.