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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.
google his name or google the prison and find prisons and inmate  locater then put his name in
Yes. They can file for your extradition back to the county you committed the crime.
no you can not. they will hold you till police comes and arrests you/
The police got a search warrent in order to search the suspect's  house.   The suspect would not allow the police to search his home without a  search warrant.
No, since a warrant wouldn't be the appropriate document to compel a state official to do something. Perhaps you might be able to do it with a Writ of Mandamus.Added: If you are asking about the PRACTICAL problem of getting a state ID as opposed to the THEORETICAL problem, the answer is: In order to...
A search warrant is a court order to search something for evidence of crime or for some other governmentally necessary item or information. A judge issues the order to to police at their request. The police must prove that "probable cause" exists to merit the judge issuing the order. The US...
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As it was explained to me, it means that the detective/police  officer issuing the warrant is carrying it around with them and it  is not entered into the system. In my situation it's a hassle  because I don't have the detective's information... but have been  told I have a warrant.  So, it's...
A search warrant or an arrest warrant are signed by a judge giving the policy the authority to carry out the specified procedure. The District Attorney must show cause to have the warrants signed.
Yes if they have probable cause to believe that a crime is in the process of being committed.
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America's Most Wanted' was a television program that showed photos  of the criminals that were wanted by the FBI. The program helped  the FBI catch fugitives. Whether someone thought the show was cool  depended on personal preference and many people did watch the  popular program.
  I am a Brian Patrick Williams and to the best of my knowledge i was pulled over for speeding and was not arrested.
This question refers to incorrectly written and or executed search  warrants. A bad warrant can have the wrong names or addresses  listed. They can also be executed exceeding the scope of what the  magistrate ordered.
  You may have to pay penalites for late or non-payment in addition to the fine itself. Or you may even be arrested and jailed for non payment of tickets.
A search cannot be conducted without a warrant, which cannot be  obtained without evidence of reasonable suspicion. This reasonable  suspicion is often referred to as probable cause.
Yes, all warrants may be served nationally. A person who is the subject of a warrant can be arrested on that warrant in any state.
If the party's causing some problems then yes,and they have the ability to stop the party as well.
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It is very likely that if the Mexican authorities found out, theindividual would be arrest and turned over to the United States(extradited).
The Department of Corrections certainly maintains one. However this is not accessible to the general public on any websites.
Conditions of Release, such as violating a protection order.
  Only if the check is being done by a police or court officer in the course of their duties. Checks by employers will only reveal actual convictions.
It depends on the state you're in. Most states and the feds would accept the parents' permission to search in lieu of a warrant, since most states do not allow minors to hold title to property.
No. They'll either show up at your door to apprehend you, or. if it's a minor enough infraction, just wait for you to get pulled over for a broken taillight or whatever.
as long as they are not felonies or dwi/dui then yes. i had 3  active warrants and passed my background check. they really only  look for the offences listed on the tsa website.
  Without context there is no way to provide a meaningful answer. There are occasions when they certainly do, and occasions when they certainly do not need a warrant.
  Yes. The Law Enforcement Information Network, or L.E.I.N. computer can tell in a matter of seconds if someone is wanted in the USA or Canada. Police have the LEIN computer in their cars, and if not, then there is a LEIN operator at the Police Station that can check the name.
yes they do,bigtime indeed ive traveled back an forth from ca. to Alaska many times and this was before a passport was required.Anyhow being an avid world traveler to every contient except Antarctica numerous times,ive found that the Canadian border to be one of the strictest border checks of...
  There is no free online search for arrest warrants, because that information is not made public in the same way that criminal records are. The best way for someone to find out if they are wanted is to contact, or have an attorney contact, the local police.
yes if they have a warrant
until the someone comes up with the amount of the bond, or if your found innocent at the conclusion of your trial.
No. Except for fines, taxes or levies, you cannot be arrested for an unpaid bill (medical or otherwise) in Texas unless there is fraud involved.No. Except for fines, taxes or levies, unless there is fraud involved, you cannot be arrested for an unpaid bill (medical or otherwise) in Texas.
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...
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Yes. Search warrants have expiration dates.
Yes.   Depends upon the circumstances, for example, if the individual entered the residence to avoid apprehension and the police witnessed the act then they do not need a search warrant.
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Assuming that you do not know where the wanted individual is, you do not have anything to worry about, however, if you know where the wanted individual is and the charge is a felony then your failure to disclose the information to law enforcement could result in obstruction of justice charges.
  Minor typograhical or informational errors are irrelevant. Only material omissions or discrepancies can invalidate a warrant. As long as the warrant is signed by the appropriate authority, and as long as it can be reasonably determined that you are the subject of the warrant, and as long as...
  The 11360 is transportation and sales of marijuana over an ounce. sentence ranges from 2,4,6 years in prison.
yes it does it means they have permission to look, but only for you.
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..
  No, but the next-of-kin is responsible for any expenses associated with a burial or cremation at another location, including transportation costs.
You do not need a lawyer but it is strongly reccomended that you have one. If you are convicted, then it will be on your record unless you make a plea agreement and the prosecutor agrees to have it expunged from your record at some point...possibly after you hold up your side of the agreement......
Yes. The authorities do not have to extradite the suspect just because he is in custody in another jurisdiction. It is the responsibility of the suspect to show up to face the charges in Florida.
  Police officers have a responsibility to uphold the laws of the U.S. Constitution, and to protect the public interest. They are also suppose to enforce state laws without bias.
It varies by crime and by situation. Each crime statute specifies  if the conviction counts as a as a felony or misdemeanor, and also  specifies the maximum possible punishment in terms of fine and/or  prison time. While some rare statutes have minimum sentences, most  permit the court to impose...
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of course, and if you don't have a warrants state id or a passport, they'll kick you out out or lock you in jail.
Written agreements in Kentucky are long. They have 15 years to bring a case. And if it is a felony, there is no statute of limitations.
It is unlikely but one never knows. All US states and territories honor each other's requests for extradition - there are no 'safe-haven' states - It is impossible to know with certainty whether a particular state will choose to extradite you for a particular offense, or not, there are simply too...
Yes, you just have to wait until they add your money to the books. But if you have the money on you why would you call the bondsmen?Added: Re: the clarification that was added to the discussion page. The answer is yes, you can do it that way.
  Most police officers in the U.S. have shotguns, and some have rifles, however, it's not very practical to walk around all the time carrying a shotgun or rifle. When police officers to in somewhere they specifically expect trouble, many times they take the shotgun.
  == Answer ==   A warrant can stay in the system for many years.
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  In Canada and most of the United States, the answer is "yes", as long as the Police did not exceed the scope of the warrant when they discovered the evidence of the new offense. For example, if a search warrant is issued to search your house for a suspected marijuana growing operation, and in...
Yes they have full authority to do so.
  == "Depends How Bad that we were!!!!!!" ==
If the police have articulable probable cause to place you underarrest at the time they made the arrest, they may do so at any timeand in any place. Insufficient information is given in the questionabout the issuance of the warrant, which may have been for anentirely different cause. If the police...
Bail bondsmen/Bounty hunters/fugitive recovery agents are not law enforcement officials, They can not even obtain a search warrant to search anyones home,business or property... The laws vary from state to state on what bounty hunters are legally allowed to do... In some states if the bounty...
  If the bench warrant is for an unpaid traffic or bylaw fine, or any other non-criminal fine, you can simply pay the fine to the Receiver General of British Columbia, which will cancel the warrant. Be sure to provide your full name and the ticket number. If the bench warrant is for Failure to...
A warrant can stay active until the person is apprehended, the  person surrenders, the warrant is withdrawn or the person dies.
Depending on the offense and the state's willingness to extradite you for it, yes.
A warrant will never go away.. They used to only last 7 years not they last forever..
If you are charged with a crime that could result in loss of liberty, you are entitled to a public defender if you can't afford to hire a criminal defense lawyer. You can ask for a Public Defender the first time you appear in court, which is usually at your arraignment (the hearing shortly after...
You go to jail AND pay a hefty fine UNLESS somehow the statute of limitations causes the charge(s) to be dropped. A quick call to a criminal lawyer will tell you what you need to know.Added: Are you certain it was a warrant, or just a summons to appear in court? This may be an effort by a credit...
  There has been suspetion,Or reaseon of probabilty!!!  
proof in the puddinng as they say ill inform u in 2 week
LIFE with no Parole possibly the death pen.The guy I knew in California served 18 years on a 7-life sentence.You don't always get life with no parole or the death penalty. It depends on the circumstances of the case and the evidence provided, cause in some cases its self-defense and the person won't...
  Unless an alert has been sent to the airport regarding the warrant, yes. An alert is generally sent out on serious crimes when the suspect might flee. It is not normally sent out when someone has a bench warrant for unresolved traffic citations, but is almost always done in homicides where...
If the person is being held for extradition. once the process has begun it takes as long as it takes. It is nowhere near as easy as simply driving over the state line and picking them up. A formal inter-state legal and administrative process must be begun and followed in order to legally take...
Can mean a few things but as relates to on-duty activities this is often refers to a Temporary Detention Order which is typically related to detention for behavioral or psychological reasons. This could be used to "detain" someone for their own safety or to transport to appropriate care.
  Look under public records!!!!  
Even one bench warrant would suffice. More than one, very likely.
It depends on the amount the Illinois warrant is for and if it is for a criminal warrant or for a civil case. Depending on that, the arresting agency will contact the issuing agency and will determine if it is enough to go thorugh extradition.
  In ky.No There are 79 nation wide Dont know middle IN,Or age.Or I could help out!!!  
Convicted would be the word, not charged. In some cases people are arrested for a crime, but may not be convicted of the crime for one reason or another. Depending on judicial proceedings, even if you are not convicted the arrest may still show up on your record for a period of time.
If your criminal record shows this warrant I question the fact that you would even be able to obtain employment. Would YOU hire a known wanted criminal? I suggest that you make an effort to address your legal troubles because this will follow you around for probably the rest of your life.
Probably.Listen, it's a fool's game to try and elude the cops/warrents from the past unless you live with no further contact with the police. Computers, ya' know? Police do their job by sharing info. Stay clean to remain free.