Meriwether County, GA Arrest Records and Warrants

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An active arrest warrant issued in Meriwether County, GA, confers certain rights on peace officers. For one, with such a detention order with them, the police can arrest the accused at any time of the night or day. Also, officers can barge into the suspect’s home or office or even a private or public held property to effect the arrest.

If any property owned by a third party is damaged in the process, the state entertains claims for such occurrences. Once the individual in question is arrested, he/she cannot be detained indefinitely. However, the sheriff’s department does get enough to investigate the crime and put the accused through several questioning rounds. While answering, the alleged criminal can demand to have his lawyer present.

The police are obligated to present the arrested individual before the court at the earliest after being taken into custody. In most cases, the accused is taken for an arraignment hearing within 24 to 48 hours after being taken into custody. After the suspect is apprehended, the hard copy of the active warrant is sent to the issuing tribunal of Meriwether County, GA.

However, the police retain arrest records about the case and information on all outstanding warrants from Meriwether, Georgia. So, you can start either with the judiciary or the local law enforcement agency when initiating a warrant search.

To contact the sheriff’s office of Meriwether County, GA, for a warrant search, go to 17400 Roosevelt Hwy, Greenville, Georgia 30222. On the other hand, for a judicial route to this same information, you will have to approach the magistrate’s office at 100 Court Square, Greenville, GA 30222.

There is also another government agency that retains information on arrest warrants. The office of the county clerk is responsible for maintaining records of trial proceedings known as court dockets. You can browse through a database of these records by visiting the clerk of the court’s department at the county courthouse or contact them through mail at PO Box 160, Greenville, Georgia 30222.

A scrutiny of the crime figures from Meriwether County, GA for the eight years between 2001 to 2008 reveals that there has been a distinct improvement in the overall crime numbers and those of violent criminal acts. A little over 400 complaints were filed in the area annually as crime decreased by almost 15% through this period.

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