Yes, they can go anywhere and take you into custody on a bench warrant. A bench warrant is a judge's order to take you into custody.
Will the police come to your house on a bench warrant for a failure to appear at cost and fines hearing
Both, a bench warrent is just one given by the residing judge
Yes, they can. Bench warrants are usually served by Marshalls or Constables not regular police. See Discussion page
As often as they want until the warrant is taken care of.
they come back until they catch them
Yes. What do you think a warrant is??
I would think that if they knew that person was there......yes.
Yes, they can come to your house on the basis of a bench warrant.Added: A bench warrant indicates that it is issued directly by a judge or judicial officer. It is an order to law enforcement to take you into custody WHEREVER you may be located.
Yes a police officer does need a warrant to come into your house, by force. But if the officer would ask to come in and you reply yes, he can come in without a warrant.
No they cannot come into your house with out a warrant unless the have probable cause.
When you have served your period of incarceration in the first county, before they release you they should check to see if there are any other "criminal holds" on you. When they find the bench warrant they will hold you for the other county to come get you and return you to the court that issued the bench warrant.
If the police officers have a search warrant or an arrest warrant, then you have to open the door. If they have come to ask questions or for any other reason without a warrant, you do not legally have to open the door.