Hampshire County West Virginia Arrest Warrant Criminal Records

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NameAddressCityStateZip CodePhone Number
(825)Hampshire County Criminal Records & Warrants Offices
Hampshire County Sheriffs Department66 North High StreetRomneyWV26757304-822-3894
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Capon Bridge Police Department1 Whitacre LoopCapon BridgeWV26711304-856-3625
J M Chick Buckbee Juvenile Center1 Jerry LaneAugustaWV26704304-496-1341
Romney Police Department340 East Main StreetRomneyWV26757304-822-4060
West Virginia State Police Troop 2 - Romney Detachment525 Depot StreetRomneyWV26757304-822-3561
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The Basics of Warrant Records

Warrant Records in Hampshire County, West Virginia are maintained by the Judicial Circuit of Virginia. These records contain the personal particulars of a person who has been arrested and is facing trial. The arrest warrant issued in Magistrates Court covers all the arrests carried out by the police department under the jurisdiction of this court. If the warrant is not renewed then it becomes an public record. You may access them at any police station or any courthouse in the state.

The data contained in criminal records pertaining to an individual can be searched by the general public. There is no restriction on how and where these records can be searched and there is no payment for such search either. Warrant records are public domain and anyone can get access to them.

Criminal public records are different from other public records. First, they are not compiled or created by a private agency. They are made accessible to the public by the executive branch of the government and are kept in libraries. They are also published in a number of places. The first public record database was established in 1835.

There are three types of public criminal records in the US. The first one is the Federal Record and the other two are the county records and the state records. Each of these has its own set of laws and regulations governing the access of the same. This means that if you want to check up somebody’s warrant, you need to go through the entire legal procedure.

You will need the person’s original social security card or driver’s license to perform the search. You also need the place where the offense was committed as well as the name of the accused. These records can be found online. There are several free providers for accessing them but the data is very limited. However, you might be able to find something if you do enough research.

In certain cases, you may need a court order to get access to the public record. There are certain restrictions placed by the courts covering whom these records can be disclosed to and when. Permission can only be granted once you have been informed of the need for the information. If you do not know where you need to look, you can check with the circuit courts in your area. The office can give you the information you need. However, this will usually cost a fee.