Kershaw County SC Arrest Records and Warrants

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South Carolina law requires that probable cause to exist before a judge can issue an arrest warrant.Probable cause is simply the belief that, based on the facts presented to the court, that the suspect in question committed a crime.If the judge finds probable cause exists, he will issue an active warrant directing that the suspect be apprehended and detained until a hearing can be held.To do a warrant search in Kershaw County, you should begin by searching for open court cases.

Kershaw County court records

To search for open court cases filed in Kershaw County, you can use the Public Index for the Fifth Judicial Circuit.This online resource provides information on both closed and open cases filed in Kershaw County.You may search by name, date, type of case or action type - - including warrants.The online database provides limited information about court cases; however, you are able to get information that is more detailed from the Magistrate Court that is handling the case or the Kershaw County Clerk of Court.Research fees and copy fees may apply for information requested from either of these offices.

Warrant searches and criminal history reports

To get information on outstanding warrants or request a criminal history background report, you must contact the Kershaw County Sheriff's Office.Because the Sheriff's Office is charged with executing arrest warrants for Kershaw County, it is the best resource for obtaining information about outstanding warrants.However, due to security and privacy concerns, you must request information in person rather than over the telephone.In addition, there may be charges for research and copies.

Kershaw County, SC crime data

From 1999 through 2008, crime rates in Kershaw County increased by about eighty percent and violent crimes increased by approximately eighty percent as well.During this time, someone was a victim of a crime almost every six hours with about one-half of those crimes occurring less than one mile from the victim's home.The majority of crimes committed in Kershaw County were related to theft and burglary.
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