Wise County TX Warrants Search

Texas Arrest Reports and Warrant Search

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The best way to perform a Wise County TX warrants search is to start by contacting the sheriff of Wise County. In fact, unlike many of the other counties throughout Texas, Wise County has an actual web page dedicated to arrest warrants in Wise County. This page can be found at http://sheriff.co.wise.tx.us/index.php/welcome/special-services/criminal-warrants/. If you cannot find the information youre searching for on that page, we advise either visiting the Sheriffs Office at 200 Rook Ramsey Drive, in Decatur TX 76234, or by calling 940-627-5971.

Please be advised that appearing at the sheriffs office in person if you have an active Wise County TX arrest warrant will likely results in your arrest, and it is for this reason that we strongly advise contacting a civilian defense attorney before proceeding.

Are you interested in searching for arrest records for Wise County TX? In addition to using the contact information for the Wise County Sheriffs Office, you can also make use of an online tool that is designed to search for the arrest records of current prison inmates. You can find this tool 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.

According to Texas Code of Criminal Conduct, which is posted on the internet here: https://statutes.capitol.texas.gov/Docs/CR/htm/CR.15.htm, all arrest warrants are issued through Texas authority. This not only authorizes police officials to apprehend wanted suspects, but it also permits them to make arrests regardless of which county the suspect is residing in. This means that fleeing over county lines will not prevent an individual from being arrested. All TX arrest warrants must include the name of the person thought to have committed a crime, a list of those crimes, and also the signature of the judge authorizing the warrant. All warrants must be executed within 48 hours of being signed.

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