Most warrants in Fairfax County VA are obtained during criminal investigations and allow law enforcement to search a location or detain a suspect.
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Fairfax County Warrant Search Options.
Fairfax County Sheriff’s Office (FCSO Warrant Search)
10459 Main St, Fairfax, VA 22030
Phone: (703) 246-2328
Circuit Court (Felony)
4110 Chain Bridge Rd Fairfax, VA 22030
Public Search Terminal – Yes
Warrants in Fairfax County Can Be Located Online
Private countrywide databases, public state databases, and public county databases may all be used to do a Fairfax County warrant search.
One option is to examine the database at the local court in the county where the warrant was issued.
You may also give the local sheriff’s office a call. The sheriff’s office will have a copy of any active arrest warrants in its database.
Court Records May Be Accessed By The Public
Consult the local Fairfax County courts’ internet databases to learn more about a warrant case. The person’s complete name and the county in which they now live or the warrant was issued are also required information.
Wanted Persons List of the Fairfax County Sheriff's Office
There are several ways to search for warrant documents, and a police department is a favored place for the general public to turn to.
By posting a list on their website or requesting public records in Fairfax County VA, they may provide you with a list of wanted criminals and warrantees in their area.
Fairfax County Bench Warrants
Bench warrants come from the judge’s bench in a courtroom. These warrants are obtained when a defendant either fails to show up in court or disregards a court order.
Law enforcement may capture a suspect and bring them before the court using Fairfax County bench warrants.
Fairfax County Arrest Warrants
A court must be persuaded that the charges brought against the suspect are accurate and that the suspect is, in fact, the criminal who committed an illegal act to issue a Fairfax County arrest warrant.
Warrant For Fugitive Arrest
A fugitive warrant will be issued if a person is sought in one county and moved to another.
In this case, the person will be returned to the area where the alleged crime was committed.
There are a few limitations on search warrants. One is that there must be evidence of a crime, and the affidavit supporting the warrant must demonstrate a strong likelihood that the location will contain evidence of the crime.
The warrant must also include a thorough explanation of what may be searched for and taken.
Fairfax County Warrant Searches For Free
If you are afraid that there could be an active Fairfax County warrant out for your arrest or the arrest of another individual, there are a few easy ways to do a free warrant search.
A typical initial step is to contact the local police to determine whether there are any outstanding warrants that have been issued. You may always search internet databases of court records if it doesn’t work.