Lamar County, Georgia Arrest Records and Warrants

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In Lamar County, Georgia, arrest warrants are issued when the local police file a complaint in court against an alleged offender. The request for an active warrant is only made when law enforcement officials cannot arrest the suspect on the spot, after the crime has been committed or immediately after.

If a police officer is not witness to the crime, the court needs to be notified of the proof available in the matter along with witness testimony which led the investigators to conclude that the person in question was involved in the crime. Active orders for detention do not go out of effect.

Once they remain un-served for a specified period of time, they are stored in the police database as outstanding warrants which can be executed at any time in the future. So, when you do a warrant search in Lamar County, you will not only receive the low down on the arrest records of your subject but also on all outstanding warrants against him, regardless of how old they are.

However, information on warrants in cases that did not result in a conviction will be held back from civilian applicants. This is where a third party database of arrest records can come to your rescue. If you would like to know about any and all criminal matters that the subject was involved in, simply fill the form above to access a nationwide repository of records.

For information in civil matters including any legal instruments like bench warrants issued by a family court in the area, it would help to approach the office of the county clerk as they keep the court dockets. In contrast, if you are keen on accessing details pertaining to a specific criminal case, it will certainly help to take your warrant search to the office of the magistrate.

For a criminal background check sticking with the office of the sheriff should do. These agencies can be contacted at:

  • Sheriff: 121 Roberta Drive, Barnesville, Georgia 30204
  • Magistrate: 408 Thomaston St, Barnesville, GA 30204
  • County Clerk: Same as above

Of the estimated 300 crimes that are reported in Lamar County, Georgia every year, almost 20% are violent and include such incidents as homicide and sexual assault with nearly 2 case reports filed per annum. There has been an increase of nearly 80% in the rate of overall crime from 2001 to 2008.

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