Provided you are interested in finding out which are the main legal steps an arrest warrant needs to go through in order to become an active one, which can be issued against a certain individual in Mercer County, Pennsylvania, here is what you need to know:
Active warrants in Mercer County need to be the result of an analysis completed by a sitting judge. The analysis needs to focus on all of the evidence that has been brought to the court by the local police officers who have been involved in the attentive watch of the respective criminal case. This being said, once the judge is ready to place his signature on the warrant, it will turn into an active warrant.
Mercer County, PA outstanding warrants, on the other hand, are warrants that cannot be legally fulfilled, due to the fact that the suspects could not be captured by the local law enforcement officers. If you are thinking about doing a warrant or a criminal arrest records search here, you can call 724.662.2700 and try to find out more information on all warrants that have been issued against your own name or against the name of a person you know.
There were close to 16,000 total crimes reported during the 1999-2008 decade in Mercer County. Out of these crimes, close to 1,300 of them were considered violent. Doing some simple math, we can state that there are close to 1,600 crimes occurring in this county on a yearly basis, and around 800 of them, or 50 percent, happen less than a mile from the dwellings of the victims. Every five hours or so, someone falls victim to a car theft, a robbery, or a sexual assault. There are also close to 10 murders transpiring here, close to 100 rapes, more than 12,000 thefts, and close to 700 vehicle thefts.