A Nye County arrest warrant search can be undertaken through the NV judiciary just as well as through the local law enforcement agency. When you take your inquiry to the office of the sheriff, you can be sure that you will be provided with the most up to date and comprehensive information on the criminal background of a person.
In other words, if this individual was ever involved in a crime, this will reflect in the results of your warrant search. However, sometimes you need more than just criminal history data. What if you intend to involve this person in your business venture? Wouldn’t it help to know how many civil suits have been initiated against this individual by disgruntled partners and customers?
If you feel that information on the civil cases started by the subject or against him is as important as details on any criminal transgressions that he may have commissioned, approach the county clerk’s office with your request. Along with information on Nye County active warrants, the clerk of court will definitely be able to provide details on any and all civil, matters in the tribunals of the area against the person in question.
Apart from arrest records, the probate court and the county clerk’s office also keep a lot of publicly held information like marriage, divorce, birth and death records. These too can be accessed while you are at the office of the clerk albeit you will have to file one more inquiry form.
Attorneys who need to know about all the legal instruments invoked against a client will usually go to the court of the magistrate. To procure information on outstanding warrants for arrests from these three agencies, you can visit them in person at:
- Law enforcement: 101 Radar Rd, Tonopah, Nevada 89049
- Judiciary: 101 Radar Rd, Tonopah, NV 89049
- County clerk: PO Box 1111, Tonopah, Nevada 89049
Of the 1200 crimes that occur in Nye County, Nevada annually, only about 120 are violent in nature while the remaining complaints are lodged in connection with property crimes. Through the five year interval between 2004 and 2008, there has been a slow yet systematic increase in the rates of violent as well as reported crime which went up by 20% and 30% respectively.