A repo man can not issue a warrant for your arrest. Only a judge can issue an official arrest warrant.
No, a police officer cannot issue a warrant for your arrest only a judge or court magistrate can do that.
Depending on the charge specified in the warrant: A Justice of The Peace - a Magistrate or - a Judge.
The judge can issue a warrant for your arrest.
A judge can issue a bench warrant for the arrest of any dead beat parent at any time after it is reported to the judge that the parent is a dead beat parent.
In all probablity the judge will issue a warrant for his/her arrest.
Car dealers cannot issue arrest warrants only judges can do that. If there is an arrest warrant then you have broken some kind of law and the dealer has petitioned a judge or filed criminal charges and the police or marshalls office will carry out the warrant.
In most jurisdictions, an arrest warrant is needed. An arrest warrant is issued by a judge when an officer can provide the judge with enough probable cause to satisfy the judge who will sign the warrant. An arrest can be made without a warrant when an officer witnesses the commission of a crime.
Generally an officer must show just or probable cause to a magistrate or judge who will issue and sign a warrant.
The judge can issue a bench warrant for your arrest.
Yes and no. A business can accuse you of a crime, just as an individual can accuse you of a crime, but they cannot issue an arrest warrant without a judge. It depends on the business and how much pull they have with the local law.
You need a judge to issue one. You need to provide a judge with the information you are basing they need for a warrant (probable cause) and if the judge is satisfied with the information, he/she will issue the warrant.
A warrant is an order from a judge to search for something or to arrest a person.
No. Only the court (Judges) may issue a warrant for someone's arrest. No lender may have you arrested for not paying a loan, however, if you don't show up to court (or have legal representation at court), the judge may issue a bench warrant for your arrest (with the intention of getting you in front of the court, not to put you in jail). If the default, however, is subsequently believed to be a result of fraud, the judge may pass the particulars of the case to a prosecutor who will likely request a warrant for your arrest. In this case, the warrant is meant to hold you for trial in criminal court.
An arrest warrent can only be changed by a judge.
No. A warrant is issued by a magistrate or judge.
In Ohio, if convicted of a traffic offense, fines and court costs due and not paid by the Plea date (03/16/06) it is up to the Judge to decide. The Judge can order a license suspension and issue a warrant for arrest that day.
There is no specified timeframe. An arrest warrant will be issued when the 'probable cause' is sufficient to present to a judge.
a cop and/or a judge out of his/her files
Yes, of course. An arrest warrant is a command from a judge to arrest a person. Usually a police officer has no choice and must arrest.
You failed to list "the following"- it did not follow you. The answer will vary slightly at different places, but the general answer would a judge or magistrate.
A warrant will not be issued for your arrest for an unpaid parking ticket. If you have an unpaid speeding ticket, they may issue a warrant for your arrest.
A warrant for arrest is issued through the court. The reasoning for the warrant being issued is for the illegal act committed by the criminal. The criminal commits an illegal act then the police department, sheriffs department, probation office, division of youth services, or juvenile office reports the illegal act to the court and the judge will or will not issue a warrant for the persons arrest.
It will vary state to state. In my home state of Virginia, a judge has the power to try cases and impose punishment. A magistrate has the authority to issue a search warrant or an arrest warrant, and to set bail.