Marathon County Warrants and Arrest Records Search

Wisconsin Arrest Records and Warrant Search

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For an arrest warrant search in Marathon County, WI, you will only have to go to one location, as all three branches of the state’s justice mechanism, which offer information on detentions and outstanding warrants, work out of the same building. It is also possible to write to these agencies and request them to mail the report on active warrants and arrest records in the name of your subject to you.

However, driving down to these state departments’ offices has its own benefits, as does the prospect of using the services of a third-party information vendor. State departments like that of the county clerk and the magistrate are also keepers of additional legal data such as information on the issue of summons, bench warrants, and other judicial instruments. The clerk of court’s office, which handles the court dockets database, also has details on civil cases.

What this means for you as the applicant is that not only will you get details on the Marathon County arrests and active warrants against the subject, but also you can learn about the civil matters being heard by the local tribunals which involve this person in any sense. As opposed to this, the police will only provide crime-related data such as incident statistics and a most-wanted list.

Private agencies can also offer a significant amount of information in response to a warrant search. Because these agencies collect the data in their repositories through multiple justice agencies all across the country, you can find details on arrest warrants from all over and not just Wisconsin. To connect with a third-party establishment, you will need to fill the form above, and for a state agency, you can go to 500 Forest St, Wausau, WI 54403.

The crime rate of Marathon County, Wisconsin, at over 2200 incidents, may seem paltry compared to the other urban areas of the state. However, this may change in the future, given the rise of over 70% in violent crimes and the growth of almost 35% in overall crime.

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