Tallahassee Warrant Search

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A Tallahassee warrant is a document issued by a judge or another authority to allow law enforcement to search for and collect evidence or arrest a person. Although warrants are typically issued in response to a criminal investigation, they can also be issued in response to civil cases.
A warrant must be supported by probable cause. This is a reasonable suspicion that a crime has been committed and that evidence will be located at the location named in the warrant.

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Tallahassee FL Resources.

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

Leon County Sheriff’s Office
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

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

Tallahassee Warrant Search Online

One technique to find warrant information is to use a public records search engine when performing a Tallahassee inmate search. These engines allow you to search for warrants by name or date of birth.
You can also search the judicial system for warrants. Visit your county courthouse to obtain copies of any outstanding warrants.
You can also contact your local police station to enquire about any outstanding warrants in your area.

Obtaining Court Records

There are various methods for determining whether you have an arrest warrant in Tallahassee FL. Contact the clerk of the court in the county where you believe the warrant was issued. You can ask the clerk to check over their records and let you know if there is an active warrant.

Tallahassee Sheriff's Office Warrant Search

If you need a warrant record, contact your local Tallahassee police station. If you are unsure whether or not a warrant has been issued for your arrest, you can conduct an online warrant search. Not all warrants are found online, depending on how the local authorities present this information.

Tallahassee Bench Warrants

A bench warrant is a court order that directs law enforcement to summon an individual before a judge. A Tallahassee bench warrant is issued when a person fails to appear at a scheduled court hearing or fails to comply with a court order.
A bench warrant is sometimes issued when a person is accused of committing an infraction. If you are granted a bench warrant, you must act promptly. If the warrant is still outstanding, you may be arrested.

Tallahassee Arrest Warrants List

An arrest warrant is a document issued by a judge authorizing the Tallahassee police to arrest a person. Arrest warrants are typically issued for major offenses such as murder or robbery. They can, however, be issued for lesser infractions such as failing to appear in court, driving without a license, or having restricted narcotics.

Fugitives' Arrest Warrant

A fugitive warrant is issued to return a person to justice if they are convicted or suspected of a crime in a jurisdiction and then fled. A fugitive warrant is a court order requiring police enforcement in the second jurisdiction to arrest and hold the individual mentioned in the warrant until they are returned to the original jurisdiction.

Orders for Searches

Search warrants are often issued when there is reasonable cause to think that a crime was committed and evidence of that crime is likely to be found at a specified location.
You can create probable cause on eyewitness testimony, physical evidence, or statements made by suspects and informants.

Free Warrant Search in Tallahassee FL

You can conduct a free warrant search by contacting the court directly and asking questions.