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Please note there is a fee to obtain all records and their records are for the state of Indiana only. To mail in a request for a limited criminal history search, fill out the criminal history request form and mail it back to the Indiana State Police, Criminal History Limited Check, P. Box , Indianapolis, Indiana They accept check or money order by mail and payment must be provided with the form in order for your request to be processed. They are located at the Indiana Government Center, N.
They accept cash in person in addition to check or money orders. What is an Arrest Warrant? An arrest warrant is a written directive that authorizes law enforcement to apprehend the person named and bring him or her before a judge to answer for the crime they are suspected of committing. For an arrest warrant to be legally issued, law enforcement must gather information and piece together a suspect profile based on evidence and witness testimony.
This evidence must be presented in front of a judge to prove probable cause exists and that the person they are requesting a warrant for is most likely the one who committed the crime. If probable cause is established then an arrest warrant will be issued. Probable cause must be based on tangible facts and evidence, not just suspicion, for a judge to come to the conclusion that a warrant is necessary.
The Fourth Amendment of the U. Constitution states that no warrants shall be issued, unless based upon probable cause and supported by an oath. This part of the amendment protects citizens from unlawful search and seizure of person or property and ensures that innocent people are not wrongly accused or incarcerated. Once arrested, you will have the chance to hire a lawyer and build your case to prove your innocence. All citizens are considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. If you are found guilty of the crime then the charge goes against you on your personal file as a criminal record.
A valid arrest warrant must be signed by a judge in order for it to be legally acted upon by law enforcement. The warrant must list the name of the person to be arrested along with a written description identifying the suspect. If the name is unknown a clear physical description is imperative so police can arrest only persons who fit the profile.
The warrant should also state the approximate age of the suspect, gender, hair and eye color, approximate height, and any identifying marks. A warrant must state the nature of the crime for which the warrant was issued, name of the county in which the order was issued, the date the warrant was issued and the action to be taken by law enforcement.
Warrants that aren't served are considered active or outstanding warrants since there has been no arrest or resolution. Once an arrest is made in response to a warrant, the suspect will be brought in front of a judge to determine whether there is enough reason to move the case to trial. Arrest Record vs Criminal Record In the state of Indiana, an arrest record is a list of all instances in which a person has been taken into custody by law enforcement because they were suspected of committing a crime or were involved in criminal activity in some manner.
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