Marion County, Alabama Warrants and Arrest Records

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Records pertaining to Marion County, Alabama active warrants are stored in the judicial as well as law enforcement databases. Arrest warrants are released only after the police file a formal complaint with the local tribunal requesting such detention orders. The court considers the information in the affidavit and ensures that there is probable cause in the case before a warrant is handed over to the investigating officers.

Upon receipt, the arrest order is rapidly served to ensure that the alleged offender does not have to the time escape from the law. However, often times, despite the police exercising due diligence, the warrant cannot be executed. Such decrees are then stored in the national criminal repository maintained by the FBI as outstanding warrants from Marion County.

These orders can then be executed even outside the issuing county and at any time in the future since arrest decrees issued in felonies remain valid for no less than 99 years. Because a formal warrant hearing takes place for the issue of these detention orders, the department of the county clerk also gets involved in the process.

This judicial agency is in charge of maintaining records of trial proceedings which are known as the court dockets much like the police maintain information pertaining to all criminal matters in the area including the most wanted offenders. So, the office of the sheriff and the department of the clerk of court can both be approached for a Marion County warrant search.

Apart from this, you will also find details on case specific arrest warrants from the office of the magistrate. To connect with these agencies, you will have to go to:

  • The office of the county clerk: Court Square, Hamilton, Alabama 35570
  • The office of the sheriff: 280 Winchester, Hamilton, Alabama 35570
  • The office of the magistrate: 132 Military St S, Hamilton, AL 35570

Since 2001, there has been a steady growth of almost 40% in the rate of violent and overall crime of Marion County, AL. At the end of the eight year interval in 2008, nearly 500 crimes were being reported in the area on an annual basis. Of these almost 10% were incidents that could be deemed as violent.


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