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Performing a Lee County Arrest Search and Criminal Background Check

To initiate a Lee County arrest search, contact the jail through the sheriff office (phone number 979-542-2800). Once you reach them, you can ask about a specific inmate.

You can also fill out and submit a request form to view Lee County arrest records. The form can be downloaded from the public information page on the sheriff's website.

Expanding your search

The state's authorities offer two online databases you can use for a broader inquiry that will get you access to Texas arrest records: 1) The TxDPS operates an electronic name search that shows people apprehended all over the state for offenses more serious than Class B misdemeanor. You will have to pay a fee for each search. 2) The TDCJ has an online locator that reveals names of inmate's that populate TX prisons.

Finding Lee County warrants

You will not be able to find on the Internet a governmental database which gives information on the county's fugitives. So what you can do is physically go to the sheriff office (2122 FM448, Giddings, TX 78942) and conduct your investigation face to face with one of the deputies.

As a rule of thumb, they are willing to assist those who are looking for details on people wanted by the police, so you will not have a problem obtaining information.

Conducting a criminal case search

Lee County court records will tell you if the one whose background you are checking has a history of convictions. To access these records, visit the County Clerk (843 East Industry, Giddings, Texas 78942, phone: 979-542-3684). They can help you inquire about misdemeanor offenses.

For a case search dealing with felony offenses, visit the office of the District Clerk (289 South Main Giddings, TX 78942 , phone: 979-542-2947). No matter what type of offense is involved, you will have to file a formal request to view public information. For specific instructions, go here.

Using an advanced online database puts at your disposal an advanced inquiry tool you can use to conduct an effective Lee County arrest search. Type a subject's name and you will get elaborate and updated reports containing jail records, outstanding warrants, conviction records, police data and court dockets. All searched are 100% anonymous and secure.