Lee County Resources.
Lee County Sheriff’s Office
1900 Frederick Rd, Opelika, AL 36803
Phone: (334) 749-5651
Central Alabama CrimeStoppers
Circuit Court (Felony, Civil over $10,000, Domestic, Juvenile )
Criminal and Civil Online
Criminal and Civil Onsite Search – Available
2311 Gateway Dr, Rm 104 Opelika, AL 36801
Lee County Warrant Search Online
There are several methods you may use to execute a warrant search. The first step is to go to the county courthouse’s website. These databases provide name-based searches. You may use this to search for someone by typing their name and seeing whether there are any active warrants against them.
You may also ask the sheriff’s department in your area to conduct a search for you as a second option for looking up warrants. Depending on their rules, ask them to do it over the phone or online.
Using Court Records
You can find warrants in court records. You can discover information regarding warrants and other criminal documents that courts have released to the public. This can be a great approach to tracking down someone the police are looking for.
Lee County Sheriff Warrant Search
The sheriff’s office offers many ways to get warrant records. You can sometimes find warrants by going to the sheriff’s office website. For more detailed information, you may also contact the sheriff’s office.
Lee County Bench Warrant List
A bench warrant is a directive to detain someone for skipping a scheduled hearing. Once issued, a bench warrant gives law enforcement the authority to detain anybody mentioned on it.
Lee County Arrest Warrants
A magistrate or judge may issue an arrest warrant as a court order. It allows law enforcement the right to detain anybody they suspect of breaking the law. The warrant must be supported by probable cause and must detail the offense for which they are suspected.
A fugitive warrant may be issued when a person is suspected of a serious crime and run.
By demonstrating probable cause to court, police are able to acquire a search warrant. Probable cause occurs when there is a plausible suspicion that a crime was committed and when there is evidence of that crime present at the scene of the search. Police must also demonstrate that there is no alternative way to collect the evidence.
Free Lee County Warrant Search
You may do a free warrant search in a variety of methods. To find out whether there is a warrant, get in touch with your neighborhood police department. If you call, they might be able to inform you whether or not you have an arrest warrant.