Quitman County Warrants and Arrest Records Search

Mississippi Arrest Records and Warrant Search

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Leaving an active warrant to its means can open the proverbial can of worms for you when you least expect it. So, go with the safer approach and get a Quitman County, MS arrest warrant search done to determine if a directive of this nature has been given to the cops against you. It is not uncommon to find people often blissfully unaware of the outstanding warrants issued in their name.

Unfortunately, ignorance cannot be cited as the grounds for demanding release once arrests have been made under Quitman County active warrants. In fact, an outstanding warrant that is felony-related will lead to the capture of a person, and release can be secured in such scenarios only after the court grants bail.

On the other hand, you could get an attorney to work out a settlement for you at any stage that does not involve spending the night in jail. However, before you seek legal intervention, it would help to ascertain that there indeed is an arrest warrant in your name with the police. It won’t make sense to send a friend or relative to conduct such inquiries because you could very well get them in trouble.

Instead, try using the services of a third-party organization. Look at the form above; this can help you connect with a private database of arrest records and warrants. Yes, the services are not offered free of cost but consider the convenience of conducting a criminal history check without venturing out of your home. Still, if you would rather embark on an official inquiry, go to:

  • The police: 233 Chestnut Street, Marks, Mississippi 38646
  • The judiciary: Chestnut St, Marks, MS 38646
  • The clerk of court: As above

Quitman County, Mississippi, has a higher crime index on the count of property-related incidents as well as instances of violent acts as compared to the state. The annual property crime percentage stands at around 3.32%, while that of violent crime is at 0.3%. These figures reflect the stratum of the population that is impacted by such acts.