Perry County, Indiana Arrest Records and Warrants

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In Perry County, Indiana, once an active warrant is issued, it will only be a matter of time before the person in whose name the order was released is detained by the police,. However, despite a warrant in hand, the police cannot keep the accused locked up indefinitely. This person has to be taken to court at the earliest for a bail hearing.

Although the police have the authority to continue the investigative process and question the alleged offender when he is being held in custody, they cannot use force to get this information out of him. The accused has every right to demand that his lawyer be present while he is being questioned.

Because only an attorney can get a person out the legal mess that ensues after an outstanding warrant is released into the Perry County criminal system against this individual, it is imperative to get in touch with a lawyer if you believe that the police may have sought such an order against you.

While surrendering is an option, it would certainly make sense to get a legal professional to work on your side before you consider such a drastic measure. Not only can a lawyer get you a plea bargain but also he will be able to advice on how serious the matter is. For all you know, the order may just be bench warrant from Perry County and not a detention decree issued in a serious criminal case.

However, even before enlisting the help of an attorney, it would help to get a warrant search done. This will help you to get the specifics on the Perry County arrest warrants in your name but do not even think about going to state agency office demanding this information as you will be promptly arrested. Instead, send a friend or relative over to conduct the search discreetly. The agencies, they can visit include:

  • Court of the Magistrate: 2219 Payne Street, Tell City, Indiana 47586
  • Office of the Sheriff: 119 S 7th, Cannelton, Indiana 47520
  • County Clerk's department: 2219 Payne Street, Tell City, Indiana 47586

From 2001 to 2008, almost 1900 crime incident reports were lodged with the sheriff's department of Perry County, IN. Of these, less than 5% were violent incidents which included such crimes as murder, assault and rape. The annual crime average for the area was observed to be at around 260 incidents and there was a decrease of nearly 30% in the crime rates through the period mentioned above.


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