Union County SC Warrants and Arrest Records Search
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Arrest warrants in Union County, SC are issued through the Magistrate Courts.The judges of the Magistrate Court take sworn testimony from law enforcement officers or review sworn complaints by individuals to determine if probable cause exists to issue an active warrant.Although an officer may arrest someone without a warrant, it is preferred that the officer swear out a warrant prior to making an arrest unless taking time to get a warrant may endanger the public or result in losing the suspect.To perform a warrant search in Union County, one should begin with the court system.
Union County, SC courts and case records
The quickest way to begin searching for criminal records in Union County is through the Public Index for the Sixteenth Judicial Circuit. This resource is available to the public online free of charge and provides information about criminal and civil cases filed within Union County.It covers both the Magistrate Court (that issues the majority of arrest warrants) and the Circuit Court.Most criminal cases originate from the Magistrate Court with some being transferred to the Circuit Court.Therefore, you should search by courts to make sure you find all cases pertaining to an individual.For additional information about cases, you should contact the Clerk of Court for Union County or the Magistrate Court that is handling the case.
Outstanding warrants and arrest records for Union County
The Sheriff's Office for Union County maintains records for all arrests made by county officers. In addition, the Sheriff's Office will have a list of all outstanding warrants that have not been executed within the county.You can view a list of the county's Most Wanted individuals by visiting the Sheriff's website and following the link provided on the page.
Union County, SC crime data
From 2002 to 2008, there are approximately 6,800 crimes reported in Union County including about 1,400 violent crimes.Theft-related crimes made up the majority of crimes reported during this time with only 10 murders, 50 rapes and 69 cases of arson being reported.
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