Lincoln County, Georgia Arrest Records and Warrants

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It is near impossible to catch a crime drama on TV without actually coming across the term warrants; this is likely to make you wonder what an active warrant from Lincoln County, Georgia is all about. These judicial orders are handed over to the sheriff's department by the court of the magistrate.

The decree is issued only when the police petition the magistrate of the local criminal tribunal for it. A proper pre-warrant hearing is held to decide on the merits of the case brought against the accused. If the evidence is found to be sufficient to implicate the person in question, a Lincoln active warrant is almost promptly released.

These orders can be issued at any time of the night and day, so there is no binding of time on their execution either. Also, depending on how heinous the crime was, such an order can very well be used to effect arrest outside the county of issuance.Lincoln County arrest warrants should never be taken lightly, if you or a loved one has such an order out in their name, it would be best to have them handled expeditiously.

However, before you approach a lawyer to seek help against an outstanding warrant, it would help to send a friend over to the government offices mentioned below to ascertain that a warrant has indeed been released against you. Remember that the applicant will have to conduct the inquiry for Lincoln arrest records and warrants in your name as discreetly as possibly or he/she may be implicated of abetting a criminal.

To contact a state department for a warrant search in Lincoln County, go to:

  • Magistrate's office: 210 Humphrey St, Lincolnton, GA 30817
  • Sheriff's office: 145 School St, Lincolnton, Georgia 30817
  • County clerk's office: PO Box 340, Lincolnton, Georgia 30817

Of the 85 crimes that occur in Lincoln County, Georgia every year, just about 5 are violent. In most cases of crime, the incident occurred when the victim was close to his home or office. Through the four years from 2004 to 2008, there has been an increase of almost 50% in the crime rates.


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