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A Leon County warrant is a court order that authorizes law enforcement to carry out particular acts. The vast majority of warrants are issued as part of criminal investigations. They can be used to provide police permission to search a location or a person for evidence, take property, or make arrests. Warrants are classified into three types: search warrants, arrest warrants, and wiretap warrants. The location to be searched and the item(s) to be seized must be specified in the search warrant. The individual being arrested must be identified in an arrest warrant. To intercept some communications, a wiretap warrant must be issued.

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Leon County FL Resources.

Leon County Sheriff’s Office (LCSO Warrant Search)
2825 Municipal Way, Tallahassee, FL 32304
Phone: (850) 606-3300
Warrants Unit
Outstanding First and Second Degree Felony Warrants
Most Wanted

Big Bend Crime Stoppers
Wanted Persons

Tallahassee Police Department
234 E 7th Ave, Tallahassee, FL 32303
Phone: (850) 891-4200

Circuit Court (Felony)
301 S Monroe St, Rm 100 Tallahassee, FL 32301
Online – Web
In Person Search – Yes

County Court (Misdemeanor, Traffic)
301 S Monroe St, Rm 100 Tallahassee, FL 32301
Online – Web
In Person Search – Yes

Leon County Warrant Search Online

There are many sites for doing a Leon County warrant search. Contacting the local law enforcement agency that issued the warrant is the best place to start. They should be able to provide you with information on how to get criminal records and arrest warrants.
You can also use a national database. These internet sites provide warrant information for all 50 states. A small price is required to gain access to this database.

Obtaining Court Records

Court records are one of the better places to look for an active warrant. These records are public and can provide useful information about a person.
Leon County court records can be obtained online or in person by visiting the courthouse. When you visit the courthouse, you can frequently request copies of court records at the clerk’s desk.

Leon County Sheriff's Office Warrant Search

There are various methods for searching warrant records in Leon County FL. First, contact the sheriff’s office directly and request the information.
You need basic information on the person to obtain warrant records from the sheriff’s office. You must give the department their full name, birth date, and other info. You may also be asked to justify your request for the information.

Leon County Bench Warrants

A bench warrant is a court order that directs law enforcement agents to bring a person before a judge. A Leon County bench warrant is frequently issued when a person fails to appear at a court hearing or refuses to obey a court order.

Leon County Arrest Warrants List

An arrest warrant is a legal document that authorizes law enforcement to arrest someone accused of committing a crime.
A Leon County arrest warrant never expires. However, if there are grounds to believe it was issued unfairly, a judge can cancel it.

Fugitives' Arrest Warrant

A fugitive warrant is a legal document issued in court by a government body that gives law enforcement officials the authority to return a wanted individual to the location where they are wanted.

Orders for Searches

A search warrant is required for Leon County police to search your home or company for evidence of a crime. A search warrant is also required if they feel there is evidence of a crime in your vehicle.

Free Warrant Search in Leon County FL

Although some websites claim to offer free warrant checks, many of them are not credible or up to date. Warrants can be checked through your local court system or police enforcement agency.