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A warrant refers to a written order issued by the court or an official authorizing a person to execute an office or to perform an act. It is usually directed to officers of the peace and sheriffs.
It can be done. Its called "§ 14-115. Secreting property to hinder enforcement of lien or security interest. Any person who, with intent to prevent or hinder the enforcement of a lien or security interest after a judgment or order has been issued for possession for that personal property subject to…
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No, its a civil matter, not criminal so don't let a repo person or ANYONE else tell you anything different.
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I would have to agree with previous note. I am going to assume that you are the one hiding the vehicle. People like you just don't get it. Finance companies like the one I work for are gonna get you directly or indirectly. Go ahead and hide the vehicle. Let the finance company charge it off. Then go…
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Call the local law enforcement agancy.
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The consumer is eligible to file for a chapter 7, six years after the discharge of a previous one. Although bankruptcy courts are begining to be reluctant about it. It's becoming more common that,if a debtor can pay as little as $100 a month the court will only accept a chap. 13 filing.
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A warrant ordered by the court is in effect until the court rescinds it. Or the person is brought to trial or a hearing and the matter is resolved. It is not something that can or should be ignored, as it could also culminate into contempt of court charge(s) adding further complications for the defe…
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A bench warrant cannot be issued if you fail to appear in court unless the subpoena has been properly served according to the laws and court rules of the state involved. Unless it has been served it is not binding on a person even if that person knows about it.
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First you need some info on his regiment, service #, where he served,dates he served,etc . You may not have this but do the best that you can,whatever you can,and contact the Dept. of Defence Records Office,they can look him up ,but the more info. you can give the better. Your local Legion or V.F.W.…
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There are a few ways you can do this. You can go directly to an attorney, and for a small fee, they can check if you have a warrant for you. They can then give you advice on how to deal with it. You can go directly to the police station, and just ask them. Be prepared though, if you do it this wa…
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The easiest thing to do is to call the court and ask or go to the court and review the file. Some courts have records available online. You can also check with the local law enforcement agency responsible for maintaining warrants to see if they have any information. For example, you can look up warr…
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hope that they didn't check. if they do they will know by the time you go to court.  They can but it's not likely. When you show up to court the judge will typically be leanient towards you and will handle the warrant with increased fines or a suspended sentence. It's rare for anyone to go to …
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Its called a writ of replevin and yes sometimes these are used to get the vehicle when your served one of these its either your vehicle or you,but that's your choice.  It is a long process to get a writ and you will have ample time togive up the car.
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In the United States if a person is stopped they can NOT search your car without a warrant unless you consent, however if they suspect something they can. If anything is found they will have to prove that they had "just cause" without a warrant or consent or it will be thrown out. I worked in the La…
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make a callWarrants don't randomly become assigned to people. If you think you have one you know why, and where, you would of received it. Call the county police department where you believe you acquired the warrant and ask. That's all you have to do. The police will not release that type of informa…
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It basically means that authorities are looking for the person named on the warrant. Answer It means that the police are out looking for the person and will arrest upon contact.
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Answer http://frwebgate3.access.gpo.gov/cgi-bin/TEXTgate.cgi?WAISdocID=29350926904+10+1+0&WAISaction=retrieve http://frwebgate4.access.gpo.gov/cgi-bin/TEXTgate.cgi?WAISdocID=292897181601+28+1+0&WAISaction=retrieve http://www4.law.cornell.edu/uscode/html/uscode18/usc_sec_18_00001702----0…
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The only option is to obtain legal representation as soon as possible. Once a warrant has been issued by the court the person named is subject to arrest without notice. The involved party might also wish to have a relative or friend ready to post bond, unless the warrant is for contempt of a court …
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Answer The previous answer to this question was partially correct. There is no "statute of limitations" on a failure to appear (or "FTA") in Georgia. The previous answer mistakenly assumed that a FTA results in the issuance of a bench warrant. There are numerous courts throughout Georgia that act…
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10 days from the issuance of the warrant.
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Answer Yes, The warrant has to remain active for five years and the jugde can't state it has to remain open longer
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Answer 3 years, but the credit people will have it for 7 years. Arrest warrants pertaining to any matter do not have an SOL. The warrant will remain active until the named person is taken into custody or voluntarily presents himself or herself to authorities. If the bad cheques were considered…
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The FOIA does not allow disclosure of active warrants. The information available to the public would pertain to the actual arrest of a person, (name, DOB, address, etc.) and the crime he or she was arrested for. Is there a way to find out past arrest warrants that are active and what they are for. …
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Yes, they are as long as the person is 18yo or older.
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If a warrant has been issued, there is no statute of limitations. You've been given notice. It is just a matter of catching up to you. A routine traffic stop could end up with you in cuffs. Pay it off and live without it over your head.  If a warrant hasn't been filed, I believe there is a 2 y…
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The CSED is not 6 years, but 10 years for the feds to collect on the taxes owed. There is no CSED date on state taxes. States have the right to levy any income sources and assets if need be.There is for Federal taxes, 6 years, but it varies from state to state in regards to state taxes and community…
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Answer Warrants are a matter of public record and police departments and other law enforcement agencies generally post them on their website and/or in some cases newspapers print a list of persons who have active warrants. The information can also be found through online court records but the int…
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Answer No. Its not the polices job to show you the warrant as long as they have a valid one. By the time they leave your house you will have one posted on your door or given to you personally. As long as its it's a valid warrant i.e. at the department just authorized its ok. Your entitled to a co…
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You need to actually be in the force and get the job.Also most of them if not all require you to have a 4 year degree in Criminal Justice or some type of law enforcement degree. And like stated above you need to work the streets and then after a certain amount of years you can apply for it. You will…
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Never.... I just found I had a warrant this is ovewr ten years old never knew about it never received a letter for court or anything
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Yes.
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NO! A police officer needs reasonable suspicion. That means that they must have articulable facts that when presented in the totality of the circumstances a person would reasonable believe that a crime was or will be committed. Terry v. Ohio, 392 U.S. 1 (1968), was a decision by the United State…
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Technically, you won't go to jail for stealing a car - you go to jail when you're caught. Stealing a vehicle is a felony.
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The statue of limitations is a legally subscribed time limit.
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Governor's warrant: Refers to a warrant issued by the Governor's office and used to extradite a wanted suspect from another state, where they are being held under arrest, in order to be returned to the warrant-issuing state to face trial for a criminal act.
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Depends on what the warrant is for.what if its for child support
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A death warrant signed by the Governor or President, which can only be signed for the execution of a condemned person (a person who has been sentenced to death by a trial judge ). As we are apparently International, I would venture to say that a Fatwa issued by a senior Ayatollah is far more serio…
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Texas Code of Criminal Procedure Article 12.02 Misdemeanors An indictment or information for any misdemeanor may be presented within two years from the date of the commission of the offense, and not afterward.i am trying to help my friend pay off his hot check(s) and they told him he owns over 14,00…
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This generally means a person has violated the conditions of their bail/bond and the court rovokes the bail and the person is subject to immediate arrest. Also, the bail bond company can revoke the bond, not just the court. You have the right to be released on reasonable bail which is not meant to…
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Answer A search warrant allows police to search for property and seize specific property, at a specific time, for a specific reason; In Canada a "General Warrant" allows the police to use a particular technique or method, (that without Judicial authority would be considered a breach of the person…
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Once the police put out a warrant on you, the only way to get rid of it is to get caught or turn yourself in. The only reason that they would have put a warrant on you in the first place would be because you've done something illegal. You cant just walk away from that.
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Your attorney could arrange for you to come in an voluntarily meet with the judge. However, if you encounter law enforcement before that time they'd be required to bring you to the judge on the basis of confirming the bench warrant. The bench warrant is likely for failure to appear, so if your attor…
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How long you have to charge someone with forgery depends on the statute of limitations in your state. Typically you have one to three years to file charges, but in some cases you may have up to five years.
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As long as it takes for a person to be pulled over or self surrender. There are no expiration dates on warrants of any degree...
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Yes they will. In fact, if they do have an arrest warrant for you, it might be best to find out why, and turn yourself in, rather than waste hundreds of tax payers dollars searching for you. As a cop, i have seen many things, it is not only easier but also better to turn yourself in. They might even…
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A warrant can be issued if you fail to pay a traffic fine by mail or fail to appear on the Court date on the ticket to contest the charge. Pay the fine or go to Court. Do not do neither..
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A search warrant is an order issued by a justice of the peace authorising a named person/persons to enter specified premises and look for and seize certain specified objects.Answer no, unless they have evidence to show that this particular person was involved.
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A bench warrant is generally a warrant for the arrest of someone who has failed to appear in court as ordered. It's called that because it is issued from "the bench," the place where the judge sits in the courtroom.
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Before any passport is issued, the passport applicant's name is checked against a central name check system. A federal or state law enforcement investigative agency may request (address below) that a subject be placed in the passport name check system for notice before issuance even when there is no…
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yes, they have the right to arrest anyone that has any connection to the alleged person, with a warrant from court. but if you didnt do anything wrong you shouldn't be worried.
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Yes, you can fly in without incident. A bench warrant will give you real legal problems if you get pulled over for a traffic stop or some such thing. And in that case, it's up to the officer whether or not you're taken to task on it.
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Call the sheriff's department in the county where you suspect that you might have a warrant and ask them.
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That question is very state-specific. In Georgia, you can be revoked for up to 24 months for a technical violation. If you commit a new crime while on probation, you can be revoked for either whatever time is left on your old sentence, or the maximum amount of time allowed as a sentence for the ne…
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Last time I quashed a warrant, I had to go to the circuit clerk. There, they took my information and I was assigned a new court date for the following week. Where as I appreciate going in and talking to the clerk, it is easier and less worrisome to just call in and set the date. Which in my case …
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In some states, it signifies the most serious of all the Misdemeanor offenses.
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Go to your local public records place aka probably city hall ( you might have to pay) but they should give them to you.........they cant hold your personal records from you unless you have been arrested by the FBI or cia which you wouldn't be on here if so Is that job candidate who he says he is? .…
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There is no statute of limitations on a failure to appear warrant in South Dakota. Once the warrant is issued, it remains in effect until you appear to handle the problem.
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In general, arrest warrants do not carry a statute of limitations, although depending on the situation prosecution of an individual might not be possible. Once a warrant has been issued it remains valid until the person is taken into custody or voluntarily presents themselves to authorities and the …
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Yes. However they must obtain a warrant. To do this they must demonstrate "just cause" to a magestrate before that judge will sign a warrant for a phone tap. And for you not to know about it is actually the essential point of the activity. Authorities listen in to your private conversations without…
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No, although they may not be arrested at the DMV, and they will not be allowed to have their license renewed or reinstated.
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11357 HS refers to California Health & safety Code section 11357 which is the law criminalizing marijuana possession. There are different subsections depending on amount and concentrated or not concentrated. It's not actually a "penal code" section. Most drug offenses are covered under the Hea…
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This question can have several answers.IF the warrant is entered into the interstate wanted files and -IF the airline or TSA makes a random check of the passenger manifest against the wanted files and -ESPECIALLY IF you are flying on an international fllight -the odds of your being discovered and ar…
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If the recent arrest resulted in incarceration, you can look up the county's website. Otherwise you can call to find out their procedure for obtaining arrest records.
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Arrest (bench) warrants are valid until served or recalled by the court that issued them. Courts will occasionally recall warrants that are many (ten or more) years old, but it's more likely they will remain in file and on the automated databases. I once served an arrest warrant that was 13 years ol…
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No. Just don't go back to NY. Short of committing murder, you won't be expedited to NY because of the distance between the two states. It would cost too much money for the state to pick you up on a speeding ticket. (RED2161)
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If you have been identified well enough to be the subject of a warrant by name, there usually is no Statute of Limitation. If it IS covered under your state's SOL law it may also depend on what the offense actually is.
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It depends on the charge and location where you are now and where the state that the warrant was issued. Some charges, if pulled over, etc in one state... and they run your license and it pulls up the warrant, they would go ahead and arrest you, but they then would contact the agency that issued the…
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Yes. Bench warrants are normally issued when the defendant does not appear for a court date, be it arraignment, trial, motions hearings, etc.
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Not sure exactly what you are asking. A search warrant requires the police to have probable cause that particular evidence of a crime will be found in the place to be searched. Probable cause is more than just a hunch or even reasonable suspicion. The place to be searched must be specificly identif…
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All states will extradite for serious offenses such as murder. The state will sometimes want to pursue their own charges first though, then the person will be tried in the other state. A perfect example was the sniper suspects on the east coast a few years ago. They were tried in one state then extr…
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1860Added: Unless the original contributor can supply a reference for their infomration - it should be treated as unconfirmed. Even as far back as the American Revolution the British were issuing versions of the search warrant I strongly believe that the answer to this question cannot accurately be …
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If you quit your job during the probation period, it will still show up on your employment background check. This is because regardless of duration, it is still a part of your employment history.
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yes, IC 35-38-2-3...it must be filed during the probationary period or the earlier of the following: 1)ic 35-38-2-3 state it must be filed during the porbationary perior or before the earlier of the following: 1) one year after termination of probation or 2) 45 days after state receives notice of th…
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Yes. If you have not paid the ticket, the court has found you guilty and entered the judgment on the books. There is no statute of limitations once you have been charged and given notice to appear (the ticket).
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Generally, yes. But be wary of harrassment. YEP... As a parolee you lose your rights to privacy in your residence. A parole officer can do unscheduled searches without warrants at any time to make sure you are following the rules. It is a condition that you agree to when you go on parole. Know that…
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You could try calling your local police or Sheriff's office and simply asking. If you voluntarilyagree to appear and surrender yourself it would certainly appear as a point in your favor in any subsequent action.
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I'm a paralegal who got regrettably caught in this system due to a head injury and initially not a 'real' lawyer. They're out to meet their quotas. I'm not kidding and am myself facing jail time for non-compliance because I confused the time of appointments twice. I showed up both times, one hour la…
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Answer If it is a condition (known as a Search clause) of your punishment, IE: Parole. I hear on the scanner all the time when they are running somone out, that they have to submit to a search at anytime to any peace officer. but have nothing on you and have no reason to be worried about it. Pot …
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You have two years to file a civil case against someone for assault. That's not the case that involves someont going to jail, but the case that involves getting money for your injuries from the person who injured you. The criminal statute of limitations depends on the severity of the injury. Califo…
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A right to a speedy trail,and constatutional & Cival Rights Violations!!!!
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It varies greatly, the police reserve the right to arrest you when ever they want if there is a warrant out for your arrest. It depends on the severity of the crime committed that resulted in the warrent. If you've evaded them or done something pretty severe then they will most likely come to your h…
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.40 cal. Glock semi-auto pistol. Some still carry .38 or .357 Smith&Wesson revolvers. They use AK47's or AK74's. they don't carry AK47. you obviously know nothing about this topic if you think that they carry AK47's. officers who walk a beat only carry a handgun. and the star force use M…
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Each Scanner is different. Check your manual for more information on the exact process that will get you set up correctly. Most manuals are available online as a PDF download. They may also offer to mail you a hard copy manual for a cost. Frequencies change over time, so it's a good idea to check ev…
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There is no statue of limitations on any warrant anywhere. However you will not be extradited for a misdemeanor warrant. Yes, there is statute of limitations on misdemeanor offenses. If you stay out of trouble for seven years or out of the state, the warrant will go away. I had one for a marijuana …
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If a mother drops her 8yr old daughter one place and her 14yr old son at another place for days at a time...is it considered child abandonment? She has also dropped them off with dirty clothes and when its time for her to pick them up she wont pick up her phone and is nowhere to be found. So she lea…
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Answer Misdemeanor I was convicted of a Class A misdemeanor in 2002. How long does that stay on your record?
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Probably, but it really depends upon the employer and in some context the reason for the misdemeanor.I
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Answer They can but any evidence that is collected would come into question during any court proceedings. If you have an unobstructed driveway or sidewalk that leads to your residence, it can be articulated that anyone may approach your residence. The rule is generally what a "reasonable" person…
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The county records in which the crime was commited/prosecuted. Usually provided by the county courthouse and/or related website. Another View: (in the US) The above answer, while it may be the "ideal" solution, it is by no means applicable everywhere in the country. Some jurisdictions are still not…
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The minimum statute of limitations for criminal mischief in Florida is three years. This varies depending on the dollar figure associated with the damage.
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Answer Only if you got it in Arkansas. If you got it in California, then you would have to pay it here.
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Of course it is. If you go shopping with your parents and you steal something, your parents will have to call the police and take you to jail Or your parents will show you the sign that said, "FREE RIDE IN THE POLICE CAR IF YOU SHOPLIFT FROM THIS STORE." You have to obey that rule! If you don't, you…
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You might be able to obtain free Palm Beach County mugshots at the police department. It is up to the department whether or not they release them.
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A repo man can not issue a warrant for your arrest. Only a judge can issue an official arrest warrant.
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An injunction is an order by the court. An injunction of dismissal is just that: An order dismissing all or part of the case before the court. Since the question is fairly ambiguous: Dismissing an Injunction means a previous court order has been cancelled.
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The distance between two rails in a train track is called the gauge. It depends on the company and the location. Narrow gauge rails are cheaper to build and allow a train to turn tighter corners; wide gauge allows for greater stability and therefore speed, and higher weight capacity. The most commo…
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Assisting and helping in the commission of a crime or being an accomplice.
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