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Warrant records are public documents that authorize police to search premises, arrest someone or carry out a legal action. An active warrant search will show if there are outstanding warrants issued for their arrest or for searching or seizing someone's private property.
A simple warrant records online search uncovers a complete report with the defendant's name and address, complainant's offense, offense details, time, city and county of issuance, bail – when applicable.
Bench warrants are released when a defendant in a criminal case or a testifying witness failed to appear for a trial or a court hearing. An efficient bench warrant search could also indicate if someone didn't respond to a jury summons.
Search warrants are written authorizations that appoint and allow someone to enter premises in search people or for seizing private property.
Arrest warrants are official documents, authorized by a judge, which permits the police to arrest the person named in the warrant. An online arrest warrant search can display whether such warrants exist for a given person of interest.
Police warrants are issued for wanted criminals who committed a felony or a misdemeanor. A police warrant lookup will show the related criminal charges for active warrants, past convictions, the state of issuance, suspect's name, date of birth and last known address.
Besides warrants, felony records and convictions, misdemeanor charges and convictions, DUI/DWI charges, mugshots, past prison records, parole/probation information, and unsealed court case files could also be displayed for a given person.
There are more types of criminal warrants: arrest warrants, bench warrants, witness warrants, and search warrants. All the above are issued for different reasons including violating restraining orders, failing to testify as a witness after receiving a subpoena, being disruptive in court and many more. In general, arrest warrants must be pursued within a reasonable time.
Yes. If the police have enough evidence to prove you were involved in a crime, they can have a warrant issued by a court without the suspect’s knowledge.
InfoTracer facilitates the speedy access to a wealth of data collected from thousands of online databases. The online warrant search feature enables anyone to view the public information available on someone’s history of warrants, crimes, and charges.