Can a Security Guard make an arrest if a crime is committed on his post?
yes, if he views the crime take place
Yes and no. If the Police have witnessed you committing, attempting to commit, or know you have committed a crime they can arrest you with our a warrant. If they suspect you of committing a crime and have very limited evidence they cannot arrest you with out presenting this evidence to a judge to get a warrant.
Police officers (in the United States) can make arrests when they have either an arrest warrant or probable cause to believe that a crime was committed and that the defendant committed the crime. Arrest warrants are orders issued by magistrates (judges) to law enforcement to bring a specific person before the court to answer for criminal charges. Most warrants are issued with a bail amount already set, but can be issued as "no bail" warrants…
No, they cannot. In order for a citizen to enact a citizens arrest, most have to have witnessed you committing a felony crime. Then the citizen is the one who fills out all the paperwork and essentially is your arresting officer. In order for a Police Officer to arrest you, they must have reasonable suspicion that you've committed a crime.
Is heresay enough evidence for probable cause in a criminal case for an arrest with out substancial evidence if a person or persons that committed the crime places you at the seen of the crime?
No. And them saying they will is an illegal debt collection practice. What they can do is file a complaint with the police, and if the police believe you committed a crime the police can either do a probable cause arrest or ask a judge to sign an arrest warrant. The company does not get arrest warrants.
A preventive arrest is when the police arrest an individual or group of individuals to prevent the occurrence or probable occurrence of a crime. Preventive arrest is still, I believe, illegal in the U.S., though it is practiced in other countries. For example: suppose Alan is extremely angry with Bob, who is not present but Alan knows where Bob lives/is at the time. Alan has a history of violent behavior and is known to own…
You can get house arrest for a felony but usually there are limits due to the severity of the crime you committed and how long your original sentencing is. They reserve house arrest for people who have committed non violent crimes, or someone who isn't a repeat offender. There usually a is an alternative sentencing office at the police station and you make an appointment to see if you are eligible, if so, then you…
It could be one. There are search warrants and arrest warrants. If you have a search warrant, the police are entitled to search your property. After executing the search warrant, if the police establish probable cause to believe that you committed a crime, they can arrest you. If you have an arrest warrant, it is only a matter of time before the police find you and execute the arrest warrant.
yes it is because then he/she will arrest u Another View: An officer cannot arrest you without reasonable cause to believe that you have actually committed an offense. If you tell one that you WANT to commit a crime, depending on the circumstances of the event, you leave yourself open for a myriad of possibly unpleasant experiences.
a judge's order to law enforcement officers to arrest and bring to jail a person charged with a crime. The warrant is issued upon a sworn declaration by the district attorney, a police officer or an alleged victim that the accused person committed a crime. PLT colledge 1st yr sec b. wayne Sources=Sources | 4096;law()