Grainger County, Tennessee Arrest Records and Warrants

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An active arrest warrant from Grainger County, Tennessee against you means that it will only be a matter of time before you are taken into custody. Make no mistake; a warrant gives police officers a range of powers which is why the sheriff's department has no issues going through the trouble of procuring one when they need to take an accused into custody.

Arrest warrants do not have a validity period on them like bench warrants which usually expire in a few months. Also, there is no need for the police to adhere to the geographical limits of the issuing county when it comes to the execution of a Grainger outstanding warrant. The person in whose name the order has been released can be apprehended from anywhere in the country and at any time after the release of the warrant.

Another vital point to consider when discussing Grainger County arrest warrants is that once a person is arrested through the use of such an order, the only way to secure release is through a bail hearing. However, the judiciary is under no obligation to grant a person bail. In fact, this is seldom done when the person in question is expected to make a run for it when released.

So, if you suspect that there is an active warrant in Grainger against you, go in for a warrant search promptly, this will help you to enlist the help of an attorney before things get out of hands. The state agencies that keep arrest records and information about warrants are:

  • Department of the sheriff:PO Box 5, 270 Justice Center Dr Suite 105, Rutledge, Tennessee 37861
  • The magistrate's court: Highway 11W, Rutledge, TN 37861
  • The clerk of court's office: PO Box 126, Rutledge, Tennessee 37861

Starting in 2001, every year, almost 400 crimes were reported in Grainger County, Tennessee. So, on a monthly basis, approximately 35 crimes occurred in the area of which 10% were violent criminal acts. Till 2008, crime rates for the area showed a distinctive improvement with a 4 digit reduction in the rates of both violent and reported crime.

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