Hardeman County, Tennessee Arrest Records and Warrants

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In Hardeman County, Tennessee the issue of arrest warrants is left to the judiciary while the police are in charge of investigating a matter and notifying the sitting magistrate of a criminal act and the person accused of it. An affidavit is used as the formal mode of communication between the office of the sheriff and the judiciary.

This is filed with a representative of the magistrate before the pre-warrant hearing. While the jury is not present in court at this stage, the judge who presides over the case does have to ensure that probable cause can be established from the writ before issuing an active warrant in Hardeman.

After release, information pertaining to arrest warrants is kept with the office of the sheriff, the magistrate's court and the Hardeman County clerks department that prepares the court dockets. Also, when the judicial order cannot be executed, it is stored as an outstanding warrant in the police database at the state level and the FBI repository at the national level.

It is not too difficult to initiate a warrant search in Hardeman County as long as you are willing to travel down to the agency offices listed below to get the details. You will have to pay a small fee for the information you seek and in return you will be provided with all the arrest records and outstanding warrants related data against the subject of your inquiry. The addresses of the government agencies are listed below:

  • Office of the sheriff: PO Box 72, 315 E Market St, Bolivar, Tennessee 38008
  • The court of the magistrate: 100 N Main St, Bolivar, TN 38008
  • The office of the clerk of court: 100 North Main Street, Bolivar, Tennessee 38008-2322

Through the eight year interval from 2001 to 2008, Hardeman County, Tennessee witnessed the occurrence of nearly 6500 crimes. Of this total figure, nearly 10% were violent incidents while the remaining were property crimes.In the time period mentioned, there was only a dismal increase of 5% in the rates of reported crime while the number of violent incidents fell by almost 80%.

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