Union County, GA Warrants and Arrest Records

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The superior court of Union County, Georgia or even a circuit, county or municipal tribunal has the jurisdiction to issue arrest warrants when the police place a formal request for such an order. An active arrest warrant is issued when a person has to be brought before the court to answer for his legal infractions.

However, for such a decree to be handed over to the police, the court has to be shown precisely why the person in question is under suspicion. In other words, the sheriff's deputies cannot just arrest an individual arbitrarily unless he is caught while in the act of committing the offense. In cases where an investigation precedes the actual arrest, the police have to procure an active warrant from the court.

To do so, the facts have to be presented before the court in writing; this includes a detailed description of the crime and evidence collected in the matter. The information submitted has to be enough to prove probable cause, only then will a warrant be issued.A common misconception about such arrest orders is that they have a set expiry period.

This could not be further from the truth; in reality, arrests have been made even on outstanding warrants that are several years old. It is crucial to understand that not only the judiciary which releases arrest warrants but also the police and the FBI maintain databases of arrest records and warrant information.

So, if you want to conduct a background check on a new entrant in your social or professional circle, start with a warrant search. Approach the police or the judiciary for help; you can simply walk into their agency offices at:

  • Sheriff's: 940 Beasley Street, Blairsville, Georgia 30512
  • Magistrate's: 114 Courthouse St, Blairsville, GA 30512
  • County clerk's: 114 Courthouse Street, Suite 5, Blairsville, Georgia 30512

Just about 60 criminal complaints were filed in Union County, Georgia in 2009.The index crime rate for the area is just over 288. It is significantly lower than the county average of Georgia which stands at 2800 incidents and the national average which is in the vicinity of 4000 cases.

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