For an arrest warrant that originated in Marin County California, a court judge would have had to been given evidence that a crime or violation of law had been performed. If the judge views the evidence as probable cause, then a signature would immediately convert the document into an active warrant. The warrant would include the charges and the person alleged to have commitment them.
An active warrant in Marin County CA orders police and other law enforcement to search for and arrest the subject. An arrest warrant remain active until the subject is served by any member of California law enforcement, or if it is recalled by the court. A subject may also satisfy an outstanding warrant by appearing before the court, or posting bail.
To conduct a warrant search for Marin County California, the Marin County Sheriff’s Office Warrants Division is the main repository for outstanding warrants. They can be contacted at 415-473-7297.
If your warrant search includes previous arrest records, the Sheriff’s Office Records Division can be reached by phone at 415-473-7284, or selecting Records at the site. You should also contact the Superior Court of California County of Marin located in San Rafael at 415-444-7000.
To determine if an individual is currently in jail as a result of an arrest warrant, you can go to the County of Marin Sheriff’s Office website at https://www.marinsheriff.org/. There you can find access to the information you are looking for.
In Marin County California between 1999 and 2008 there was a crime reported 17 times each day. This averages to over 6,000 crimes each year, or over 60,000 in the ten-year period. Of the total crimes reported, close to 43,000 were thefts, over 450 rapes, and 30 murders. Overall crime climbed by 19%, while violent crime was constant.