Franklin County, TN Warrants and Arrest Records
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If you are researching information on active arrest warrants from Franklin County, TN, you probably believe that there is such an order out in your name or would possibly like to find out if someone you know has a warrant in his/her name, isn't that right? So, here is a look at where and how you can find details on arrest warrants from Franklin, TN.
Going to the police is a no brainer; why for most people that is the first stop when looking for information on arrest records in Franklin County or the most wanted criminals in the area. However, many don't realize that walking into a precinct when they have an outstanding warrant out in their name is as good as good as turning themselves in.
A lot of people also approach the judiciary for a warrant search. The advantage of using this state source is that you can get case-wise records from the court of the magistrate. In fact, because the tribunal issues arrest warrants, you could also get some information on what prompted the police to seek the arrest order in the first place.
Another judicial division that maintains information on arrest warrants, search orders, summons, bench warrants, etc is the office of the county clerk. This is the department of the judiciary that prepares and keeps the court dockets which are basically records of trial proceedings.
To contact these agencies, you will have to drive down to:
- The sheriff's office: 420 Wilton Circle, Winchester, Tennessee 37398
- The court of the magistrate: 231 Wilton Cir, Winchester, TN 37398
- The office of the clerk of court: 1 South Jefferson Street, Winchester, Tennessee 37398-1584
Everyday at least 2 to 3 criminal complaints are filed in Franklin County, TN; this works out to over 60 plus cases every month and nearly 800 incidents per annum.A look at the decade long figures of criminal activity in the area confirms that of the 8700 complaints filed in the county between 1999 and 2008, only about 1700 were violent crimes while the remaining cases were theft related.