Trinity County Texas Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(1994)Trinity County Police Departments
Trinity County Sub Courthouse101 South Elm StreetTrinityTX75862936-594-3456
Trinity County Police Departments
Trinity Police Department201 South Elm StreetTrinityTX75862936-594-2505
Groveton Police Department115 Front StreetGrovetonTX75845936-642-1255
Groveton Police Department125 Front StreetGrovetonTX75845936-642-1255
Trinity County Sheriff Departments
Trinity County Sheriff's OfficePO Box 95GrovetonTX75845936-642-1424
Trinity County Sheriffs Office / Trinity County Jail214 West 1st StreetGrovetonTX75845936-642-1424
Trinity County Probation Department
Trinity County Probation Department126 West 1st StreetGrovetonTX75845936-642-1318
Trinity County Criminal Records & Warrants Databases
Trinity County Child Support Warrants
Trinity County Pistol Permits & Gun Licenses
Trinity County Sex Offender Registry Database
Trinity County Sheriff Website

What is a Warrant?

What are Warrant Records? Warrant records, also known as court records, contain information that is used to determine if a person has been arrested and is guilty of a crime. A warrant is a court order that says that a person must be arrested within a certain amount of time, for an reasons which have been laid out by the judge. It is a legal requirement that all warrants should be filed in the proper county courthouse, and they should state why the warrant was issued, and for how long. For example, if you were picked up on suspicion of DWI, you would most likely receive a warrant for your arrest.

How can you access these documents? In Texas, you have two legal ways to do this: at the police station where your arrest was made, or the station where the warrant was served. Both ways will provide you with the same information. If you are in custody, the police can give you the warrant information directly from their records. However, it’s important to know that a warrant can only be served within thirty days after issuance.

If you are out of jail, you are allowed to search the database. This is different from searching the records of someone in jail, however. If you are looking up a person who has been in jail, you must file a motion to suppress requesting the criminal record search. This is because, under Texas law, you are entitled to be informed if your rights were violated, whether or not you were informed about the right to search. To file the motion, you must first send the request to the court that issued the warrant.

How are warrants stored? Warrant records are stored electronically, via the Internet. You can perform a search using a search engine or a confidential online service such as Intellius. Most criminal justice agencies keep national sex offender registries, which they update frequently. Certain court documents are also kept on file in these government departments, so if you are looking up an individual who has a criminal record, it is possible to find out if he or she is in this database.

How do you search for a criminal record? If you have knowledge of the person’s criminal history, there are some ways that you can accomplish this discreetly. One way is to use a private detective. Another is to go online and visit your local courthouse, where you can meet with an administrative assistant who can tell you how to get a warrant. In many counties, this information is not available to the public, so you will have to go through the circuit court clerk.

How are warrant records checked by state courts? State courts usually require a person to be arrested with a warrant before they can be taken into custody and asked to stand trial. If a person is arrested with a warrant and cannot appear at their scheduled court date, then they may be held in jail until their trial date. If the person’s trial does not go as planned, then the prosecutor may petition the court to revoke the warrant.