Marshall County AL Warrants and Arrest Records

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The courts in Marshall County issue arrest warrants when presented with a complaint or an indictment supporting probable cause. The warrants are then transferred to the Sheriff’s Office for service and execution. Therefore, if you are doing a warrant search in Marshall County, you must check the Clerk of Court’s Office and the Sheriff’s Office for arrest records and outstanding warrants.

Marshall County, AL Courts

To search for criminal records and active arrest warrants, you will need to contact the Clerk of Court for Marshall County. However, there are three court locations for Marshall County. Therefore, to ensure you have complete warrant information, you should contact each of the offices individually. Below are the addresses and telephone numbers for each of the courthouse locations:
Guntersville Courthouse – 424 Blount Avenue, Guntersville, AL 35976 (256-571-7701)
Albertville Courthouse – 200 W. Main Street, Albertville, AL 35950 (256-878-5349)
Arab Tag Office – 761 North Main Street, Arab, AL 35016 (256-931-2702)
Most courthouses are open to the public from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm Monday through Friday.

Marshall County Sheriff’s Office

To search for outstanding warrants, you must contact the Sheriff’s Office directly. The Sheriff’s Office maintains a list of all warrants, both exceptional and those that have already been executed. However, you can view a list of the most wanted fugitives in Marshall County and check current inmates’ status on the Sheriff’s website. To do a warrant search, contact the Sheriff’s Office at 423 Blount Avenue, Guntersville, AL 35976 (telephone: 256-582-2034).

Marshall County crime data

Between 1999 and 2008, a crime occurred in Marshall County about every four hours. Crimes reported during this period totaled more than 16,000, including about 1,000 violent crimes. Over the ten years, crime rates increased in Marshall County by approximately 84% (violent crime increased by 92%).

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