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Can you run nationwide warrant for free on anyone?

Jackson, MI |
Attorney answers 1


You mean for a non-lawenforcement person to conduct a search to see if there are outstanding warrants on a particular person. There are free sites--but not nationwide so far as I am aware, generally it'll just be a local check. SIince they are providing a service its not unusual that they would charge for it.

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how about state by state search?