Iberville County, Louisiana Warrants and Arrest Records

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In Iberville County, Louisiana, the magistrate of a criminal court issues all arrest warrants in felonies. However, a bench warrant can be issued without any involvement from the police when a person fails to obey the court’s diktat or when an accused does not appear before the tribunal as ordered.

Yet, an active arrest warrant is vastly different from a regular decree of detention issued by a tribunal with civil jurisdiction only. For one, unlike bench warrants which are issued without a formal affidavit from the sheriff’s office, law enforcement or the state prosecution have to file a complaint in court for an active warrant.

Only after this has been deliberated upon to establish probable cause will the arrest order be issued. Another crucial difference between a bench detention decree and an Iberville County outstanding warrant is that unlike the former, the latter never goes out of effect. So, in essence, while a person can only be taken into custody within 90 days of the release of a bench warrant, in case of an active order for detention, the arrest can occur at any time after the issue of the decree.

Also, there are no limitations of time or geography on active arrest warrants, they can be executed by police officers from across the country even outside the geographical bounds of the county that issued the order. Given the power that is granted to law enforcement agents by such an order, understandably, both the police and the local court maintains a copy of these orders. So, for a warrant search in Iberville, Louisiana, you can call on:

  • The sheriff: 58050 Meriam St, Plaquemine, Louisiana 70765
  • The magistrate: 600 Meriam, Plaquemine, Louisiana 70764
  • The clerk of court: 58050 Meriam St, Plaquemine, LA 70764

Despite a decrease of almost 100% in the rate of overall crime and a reduction of almost 120% in the figures of violent crime, Iberville County, LA still clocks in almost 600 criminal complaints per annum. Of these, a whopping 20% are instances of violent crime which is higher than most other areas of the state.

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