Bienville County warrants and Arrest Records Search

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An arrest warrant search from Bienville County, LA will bring back information on the prevalence of such orders in your name but what the report will not elucidate is how to deal with these orders for arrests. An active warrant is considered served when the accused is committed to custody by force or if he turns himself in.

In either case, release can be secured only after the suspect stands in front of the magistrate and explains to the judicial, officer why he should be let out on bond. Of course, a person who has made cops put in a significant amount of legwork to effect his arrest will not be in the good graces of the judiciary.

While on the topic of warrants and arrests, it should be stated here that outstanding warrants from Bienville County stay in the police system for ever and more. Yes, there is absolutely no reprieve from these directives unless you get an attorney to play in your league. In fact, before you mull over the idea of walking into the police station and surrendering, you should talk to an attorney.

Not all arrest warrants are made equal; while some have to be mandatorily disposed through a bail hearing, others come with the fine or the bond mentioned on them. The latter are usually arrest warrants issued in misdemeanor charges. Any inquiry into crime history will bring back results on Bienville County arrest records as well as warrants, and for this data, you will need to go to:

  • The police: 601 Locust St, Arcadia, Louisiana 71001
  • The county clerk: 100 Courthouse Drive, Room 100, Arcadia, Louisiana 71001
  • The court of the magistrate: 100 Court House Drive, Arcadia, LA 71001

The crime rates of Bienville County, Louisiana currently stand at about 25 incidents for violent acts and around 125 cases for property related crimes. So, annually about 150 criminal reports are lodged with the police. From, 2003 onwards, these figures have been in an uptrend, exhibiting a growth of about 15%.

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