You can lose your driver’s license if you fail to appear in court, fail to pay a court-ordered fine, or have another outstanding warrant against you in Arizona. Unfortunately, failing to appear in court after being ordered to do so is a felony in Arizona, so you may have more criminal charges filed against you if you fail to appear. You should take this seriously and perform a warrant search immediately if you suspect you may have an outstanding warrant in Arizona.
Searching for warrants and criminal records in Coconino County
The constable for Coconino County serves arrest warrants for the courts within the county. You may contact the constable for information about active warrants that have not been served. You may also contact the Sheriff’s Office to obtain information about arrest records and outstanding warrants.
To search for information about court records, utilize the Judicial Branch’s case look-up system. This online system provides the public with information about closed and open cases. Once you find an active case, you can contact the court for additional information. The Clerk of Court for the Superior Court keeps the court records for the county. Court personnel cannot give legal advice nor discuss any details of the cases that are not in the public record.
Justice of the Peace Courts also issues warrants within Coconino County. Each court has a specific jurisdiction that it serves. If you are conducting a thorough warrant search, do not overlook the information you can get from these justice courts.
Coconino County crime rates
Between 1999 and 2008, crime rates decreased in Coconino County by approximately 5%; however, violent crimes increased by about 23%. Most crimes during that time were related to theft (74%) or burglary (12%). Violent crimes constituted roughly 9% of the total crimes committed between 1999 and 2008 and included 25 murders, 497 rapes, and about 3,730 assaults.