A warrant gives law enforcement officers the authority to initiate legal action. This may involve searching for and confiscating property, arresting or detaining criminals, and taking other measures necessary to uphold the law.
Law enforcement must present evidence demonstrating reasonable cause to suspect criminal activity when requesting a warrant. The court is required to review this evidence.
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Local Warrant Guides For:
Macomb County Warrant Search
Warren Michigan Specific Resources.
Circuit Court (Felony, Juvenile)
40 N Main St Mount Clemens, MI 48043
On Location Search – Yes
District Court (Misdemeanor, Traffic)
40111 Dodge Park Sterling Heights, MI 48313
On Location Search – Yes
Online Warren Warrant Search
There is a multitude of ways to access warrant records online for your Warren warrant search.
- One approach is to search for the county’s website where the warrant was issued.
- The FBI’s (Federal Bureau of Investigation) website can be used for federal cases.
- Another option is a nationwide database.
Records Made Available By the Courts
Anybody can access Warren court records through public record requests. You can browse or visit the courthouse to view court records.
It is possible to conduct an online search on the website where the case has been filed. Once on the website, find the database. Enter the name of the suspect.
Warren Sheriff's Warrant Checks
Contact the sheriff’s office and inquire how they provide outstanding warrant information. In most cases, they will need a public record request or will display a warrant list online.
Warren Bench Warrants
A judge may issue a Warren bench warrant as a formal order for an individual’s arrest. After the arrest, the defendant will be taken to jail and kept there to see a judge or be released after rescheduling a new court date.
Warren Arrest Warrants List
Once the police have sufficient evidence to suspect a crime has been committed, they may petition a judge for an arrest warrant. This Warren warrant grants law enforcement the authority to arrest and charge the person.
Warrant for Arrest of a Fugitive
Fugitive warrants differ from regular warrants in that they are issued for those who left the prosecuting jurisdiction.
As you might guess, a search warrant is a court order that authorizes Warren law officers to search a specified area.
Judges must approve these warrants. The warrant will specify what can be searched and confiscated.
Free Warrant Searches in Warren
Numerous methods exist for researching warrant records for free with the help of Warren courts or police.
Public records may be requested through the court system and the police department, as both agencies work directly with warrant records.