Heard County, Georgia Arrest Records and Warrants

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A Heard County, GA active warrant differs significantly from any other judicial instrument that is available to justice agencies. One of the most distinctive attributes of arrest warrants issued in criminal cases is that they do not go out of effect. In contrast, a bench warrant from Heard can only be used to effect an arrest within three months from its release.

However, like a search order, the police do have to approach a local tribunal for an active warrant. Also, the procedure to petition the judiciary for such decrees is almost the same. The court services division of the Heard County sheriff's office submits a written plea for the release of the order.

This judge who presides over the hearing for the warrant, minutely studies the case before releasing the order. The perquisite is that there should be ample of evidence available to merit the issue of such a decree. If this is not readily available, the police might have to produce the witnesses and the victim in court.

Once such an order is signed it is known as an active warrant while orders which prevail in the system because they could not be executed are termed as outstanding warrants from Heard County. You can find data pertaining to active and outstanding warrants as well as arrest orders from the state agencies given below.

  • The sheriff: 11820 Hwy 100 N, Franklin, Georgia 30217
  • The magistrate: 215 Court Square, Franklin, GA 30217
  • The office of the county clerk: PO Box 240, Franklin, Georgia 30217

Walk into the office prepared to provide information about the subject of your inquiry as well as details about yourself. You will also be expected to pay a small fee for the warrant search.

Heard County, Georgia saw the lodging of almost 250 complaints each year between 2003 to 2008. So, through the five year period, nearly 1000 crimes were reported and about 80 of these were violent acts. Overall there has been a reduction in the crime figures of the area.

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