La Paz County, AZ Arrest Records and Warrants

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If you believe that you have an outstanding arrest warrant, do not panic. The first step is to try to confirm that an arrest warrant has been issued against you in La Paz County. The second step would be to contact an attorney to help you navigate the judicial system in La Paz. Justices of the Peace handle arrest warrants in La Paz County and should be your first step in performing a warrant search. The Justices take testimony and/or review sworn complaints to determine if an arrest warrant should be issued. Once the arrest warrant is issued, the Justice will transfer the active warrant to the Sheriff’s Office for execution.

There are three Justice offices that serve La Paz County. They include the Parker Justice Court, the Quartzsite Justice Court and the Salome Justice Court. To determine if an arrest warrant has been issued, contact the Justice Court that is closed to your home or where the crime alleged was committed. If there is no arrest warrant with that Justice, proceed to contact the other two courts.

You must also check with the Superior Court for La Paz County to make sure that a criminal case has not been filed against you. The Arizona Judicial Branch provides free public access to case records in La Paz County through their online database. If you do find an open criminal case, you may contact the Clerk of Court for more information or to obtain copies of court records.

The La Paz Sheriff’s Office is another source for finding out if you have any outstanding warrants since the office serves arrest warrants for the county. You can contact the Warrants Division or the Records Division of the Sheriff’s Office to get copies of arrest records or inquire about outstanding warrants.

La Paz County, AZ crime data

La Paz County had over 4,700 crimes reported between 2001 and 2008 with nearly twelve percent of those crimes being considered violent. By far, the majority of crimes reported were related to theft or burglary. During this period, overall crime rates rose by almost seventy percent within the county.

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