Williamson County TX Warrants Search

Texas Arrest Reports and Warrant Search

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All of the counties throughout Texas follow the rules and arrest warrant outlines provided by the Texas Code of Criminal Conduct, and specifically, the section that deals with Arrest Under Warrant. One of the significant advantages of the entire state following this legislation is that, regardless of where in Texas you are, arrest warrant protocol is identical. You can read the actual language of these rules at https://statutes.capitol.texas.gov/Docs/CR/htm/CR.15.htm, or read on for a brief breakdown of how these work.

The most important thing to understand about Williamson County arrest warrants is that, while they are issued by Williamson County, they are equally valid in every other county in Texas. This also means that an individual with an active arrest warrant can be pursued over county lines by the proper authorities. All arrest warrants need to include the name of the perpetrator, a description of the crimes they are thought to have committed, and also the signature of the presiding judge. Active arrest warrants grant authorities 48 hours to pursue the named individual and to place him under arrest.

To make an inquiry concerning active Williamson County arrest warrants, we advise contacting their sheriffs department. This can be accomplished either by visiting 508 South Rock Street, in Georgetown TX 78626, or by dialing 512-943-1300. We should point out that if you visit the station and have an active warrant, youll probably be arrested. IF youre curious about Williamson County arrest records, then we advise you use the search tool that has been provided by the TDCJ at https://offender.tdcj.texas.gov/OffenderSearch/index.jsp . Or you can use the above search form to instantly search through an online criminal records database.

Finally, please be aware that none of the information contained on this page should be considered formal legal advice, and that you should absolutely consult with a defense attorney before proceeding.

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