At some point(usualy after a writ of replevin is filed) in the repossession process, a sheriff will tell you to either produce the car or go to jail. Then you will have to make a choice, car or jail. You just cant ride for free. As for "simply not being able to locate your vehicle?": think about it, IF you didint know where the car was, you would be on your way to report it STOLEN. I know where MY car is at ALL times, I think 99% of everyone else does also. IF I were to loan it to someone, I would have a very good idea of where it was then also.
As surprising as it may sound, try calling the law enforcement agency or Sheriff's Office in whatever jurisdiction you think may hold the warrant, and simply ask.
Well to put it simply..... YES
An arrest warrant does not expire. There is no statute of limitations, you cannot simply ignore them.
Simply put, a custodial arrest occurs when the defendant (or suspect or what have you) believes, whether correctly or incorrectly that he or she is not free to go.
It is not necessary to have an arrest to conclude that a crime has taken place. Sometimes the police simply do not know who to arrest. Some crimes remain unsolved. But they are still crimes.
it is simply the voltage of the system
The law enforcement officer has to tell you that you are under arrest and they have to read you the Miranda Rights. If they have not told you that you are under arrest, they can simply have you "detained". If they have not told you that you are under arrest, and you are not in handcuffs, you are free to go.
Simply locate the root word of it.
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No. As the arrest warrant for a person is simply that in & of itself -- to arrest the person. There should not be a need for a search warrant unless the authorities wish to search through one's personal property.
You have to have wifi to locate your ipod. You can download some apps like GPS tracker and let it locate your ipod. Or just simply tap on camera and tap map to locate but you have to upgrade your ipod in order to do this.
If a minor is pulled over and found with marijuana in Ohio, is it possible that a cop could simply not arrest you? If the cop doesn't say "you are under arrest" but calls the station to call your parents and pick you up, is it possible you really aren't under arrest? If you are told that a letter will be sent to you after lab results were taken on the marijuana telling you the situation, and you did not recieve it within 60 days or even at all, would that person be "free"?
An AIRPORT arrest warrant?? As strange as it sounds, call your local law enforcement agency and simply ask, your chances are better than 50/50 that they will tell you.
The website Auto Trader has an extensive network of local dealers, which visitors to the site can easily locate and search to see if they have the desired vehicle, be it an Audi S6 or any other vehicle. One would simply search for dealerships in Seattle, then call them to find out if they have used Audi S6s in their lots.
Of course a GPS system can locate a jeep dealer simply type in the address of the dealer into gps system and it will give you directions to the dealer.
Yes. Vehicle registration simply documents who legally owns the vehicle. You don't actually have to have a drivers license to own it.
You can get information on vehicle tracking from a vareity of websites that are dedicated to this topic. Simply perform a websearch on vehicle tracking to get the information you need.
It is a device in your vehicle that allows particular companies to locate your car via GPS in the event of a theft or simply to track the whereabouts of the driver. If you look online you'll see that some people have found their significant others cheating on them too.
No. The circumstances of your arrest and the reports and records of it still exist. The prosecutor simply made the decision, for whatever reason, not to prosecute the charge against you.
There are other words for vehicle but a common one is simply a transport if its not the one your looking for look in a thesaurus.
Contact the agency that wants you and see how they want to handle it or, simply turn yourself in.
To bring the arrestee DIRECTLY "to court": A bench warrant. To simply arrest an individual on a charge and begin the judicial process: An arrest warrant
No, A Process server is NOT a Law Officer or a Sheriff, They have the Same Responsibilities of a Sheriff but their NOT The Sheriff. A Process Server's Job is to simply be a Messenger of the Court and Nothing More, A Good Process Server Will Be empathetic, Kind and Wish You Good luck after they Gotcha Served.
Well i dunno if there is any real answer for this but in my opinion I think he will simply pull out his gun and shoot you.
Without knowing the wording of the warrant on which you were arrested it is impossible to render an opinion, but from the information posted in the discussion area, it seems unlikely. If they had a warrant for your arrest then it was issued by a judge and the deputies were simply carrying out the order in taking you to jail in order to be presented to court. If you feel you were mistreated during the arrest, you (or your g/f) may complain to the Sheriffs office about your treatment, but your being taken to jail after being arrested on a warrant is strictly normal procedure.