Lawrence County, TN Warrants and Arrest Records
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If you are looking for information on arrest warrants issued by the courts of Lawrence County, Tennessee, be prepared to run to one or more state agencies. Although most government entities provide information on arrest records, they do not offer online provisions for searching through their database of active warrants.
In fact, while you can file a request for records pertaining to outstanding warrants by writing to the agency of your choice, you will have to visit the office in person to get your hands on the data. The only saving grace here is that the judiciary as well as the sheriff's office of Lawrence, TN will be more than willing to offer extensive information on the criminal background of your subject.
So, if you have decided to do a warrant search in Lawrence County, begin at the office of the sheriff. You can expect to find an up to date, most wanted list along with all details pertaining to any criminal activity that the subject of your inquiry was involved in.
Alternatively, you can also head to the magistrate's court. Because this is the office that actually issue all arrest warrants, they will undoubtedly have all data pertaining to such detention orders including information on how the case played out and punishment meted out to the offender in a particular matter.
Finally, the office of the county clerk will be able to provide records on all civil and criminal matters that a person was involved in, since they maintain the court dockets. All three agencies work out of 240 West Gaines Street, Lawrenceburg, Tennessee 38464. So, you can cover them all in one visit.
Through the ten year period from 1999 to 2001, almost 13,500 criminal complaints were filed in Lawrence County, TN.This puts the annual average at just about 1300 occurrences of which no less than 17% were instances of violent criminal activity. In fact, the rise of almost 40% in the number of violent crime complaints has been a point of concern for residents and police officers alike.