Before undertaking a Hamilton County FL warrants search, you should take some time to familiarize yourself with the Florida Rules of criminal conduct and procedure. To see the full record of these rules, you can visit the Florida Bar Associations’ resource on this at floridabar.org, or read on below for some of the more critical elements.
The first is that an arrest warrant issued by Hamilton County, or any other county in Florida, is active on a statewide basis. An arrest warrant is essentially an authorization for a particular county, like Hamilton County, that grants local police forces the ability to pursue and apprehend a wanted suspect. These Florida arrest warrants are not considered an indication of guilt, as only a criminal trial can establish that. Finally, because arrest warrants are active across the state, they can be executed over county lines meaning an arrest warrant cannot be evaded by escaping to another county.
If you find you have an active Hamilton County FL arrest warrant, we strongly recommend contacting a lawyer as soon as is possible.
The best way to find out if you or someone you are concerned about has an arrest warrant in Hamilton County, FL, is to reach out to the Hamilton County Sheriffs Office. You can visit their station at 3995 County Road 51 N, in Jasper, FL, or you can dial their offices at 386-792-1001. Additionally, you can find a statewide database of individuals wanted by the state at pas.fdle.state.fl.us.
If you’re searching for Hamilton County arrest records or Hamilton County criminal records, you may do so via the FDLEs Criminal Information Center at pas.fdle.state.fl.us. Or you can use the above search form to search through an online criminal records database instantly.
By the end of 2010, the total population of Hamilton County was 14,692, and there were 879 arrests made during 2010, according to the FDLEs statistics entry for Hamilton County fdle.state.fl.us.