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Where Can I Get A Free Warrant Search In Los Angeles County?

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You will be able find out about a Los Angeles county warrant search via the local county court. In order to find information about a free warrant search then you must go speak to a clerk at the court and ask them for the relevant details. Unfortunately however, in most cases you will have to pay a fee for some information as well as copying fees. On the other hand, you can go through the route of checking on the local court systems online searches.

  • How to check if you have a warrant: Police department
In some cases you may need to check if you have a warrant and there are a number of ways you can do this. Firstly, you could go to your police station and ask a clerk in the building. It is advised that you go into the station or department itself rather than speak to someone over the phone because they are more likely to tell you face to face.

  • Hire an attorney
If you believe that they may be a warrant for your arrest then you may want to consider hiring a criminal attorney to advise you. If you choose this option then the professional will be able to go through the courts to discover if you have a warrant against you.

  • Look online
In some cases you can access the information from online documents. In order to do this you should visit the governmentregistry.org because this allows you to discover warrants in databases provided by the courts. You will be required to enter specific information such as names and state as well as extra facts if needed. It is important to keep in mind that you it is likely for you to pay a certain fee for this service.
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Contact Detective Bureau at:
(323) 567-8121 ext. 4508 or 4504 for the following services, information and any addition fees not listed:
Clearance Letters; Arrest Record Log; Crime Reports; Record Search; Warrant Search; Witness Fee; Roll Fees

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