Casey County warrants and Arrest Records Search

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Casey County arrest warrant searches are allowed under the Sunshine Laws of the state which permit the release of crime history data and other public records to members of the community. Similarly, the issue of active warrants is governed by certain KY and federal laws which are designed to facilitate the detention of an accused while upholding the rights of the innocent.

In other words, these rules are meant to protect people from indiscriminate and illegal custodial detentions. However, they are also made so that the police can quickly seek judicial orders for arrests when need be. Pursuant to the criminal code of KY and the country, the sheriff's department has to present a sworn writ in court for the purpose of establishing probable cause.

This document is studied by the magistrate to ensure that the proof is enough for the state to jump into the matter. If this can be established based on the words of the witnesses or the affidavit filed by the cops, the legal perquisite is met for the release of the arrest warrant in Casey County. The magistrate then signs the directive putting it in power.

Information about outstanding warrants and arrest records is maintained by the state police, local sheriff's offices, the departments of the county clerk and of course district courts. If you are interested in starting a crime history inquiry, you can go to:

  • The office of the sheriff: PO Box 100, 625 Campbellsville Street, Liberty, Kentucky 42539
  • The court of the magistrate: 231 Courthouse Square, Liberty, KY 42539
  • The department of the county clerk: PO Box 310, Liberty, Kentucky 42539

From 2004 onwards, the crime rates of Casey County, Kentucky have held in the vicinity of 63 incidents. However, in the year 2008 this number did shoot up to touch the level of 150 cases. So, in essence, violent crime rates deteriorated by 100% while there was a growth of almost 85% in reported crime.

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