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.
He is a fleeing fugitive - None, except the right to be read his Miranda warning when he is eventually captured.
It means that a court threw out the violation warrant as being invalid or against your rights. Many times, courts make a mistake by not processing paperwork fast enough and then realize all the requirements were met after issuing an arrest warrant. This means the judge would have to void the violation warrant.
Police can investigate if a repossession is being legally accomplished. You cannot harass someone to collect a debt. They are in their rights to investigate.
Being in debt is not a crime in the US, there's no probable cause for arrest on those grounds. Unless there is more to it (a warrant was out for your arrest due to a related issue, credit card fraud, non-repayment despite a court order) then it does look like your rights were violated.
they have to read your rights before they arrest you.
Contact an attorney. Whether or not he was given his rights isn't material to the warrant or arrest. A person needs to be advised of their right before any custodial interrogation or any statements (and their fruit) may be excluded from court. If it was 15 months between the investigatory interview and the arrest then the original interview was probably not a 'custodial interrogation.'
When the police must read you your Miranda rights is murky at best. They must read them at some point before your custodial interrogation. That is, after they arrest you but before they ask you any questions pertaining to the crime you are suspected of. If you are arrested, the best option is not answer any questions without an attorney. When they ask you if you understand your rights, say no. When they ask you what part you don't understand, say you don't understand any of them. After that, clam up.
No, Miranda Rights do not have to be read during any arrest. Miranda Rights are required prior to an interrogation but have nothing to do with an arrest.
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A person is "under arrest" when a police officer charges them with a crime and chooses to take them to the police station to be processed for it. For example, if someone commits a crime, they are technically under arrest when a police officer witnesses the crime or has a warrant for the arrest and tells the criminal "You are under arrest." Typical procedure after this is to put handcuffs on the criminal and read them their Miranda rights (you have the right to remain silent etc). Handcuffs alone do not mean arrest, but i'm pretty sure its illegal for a police officer to handcuff someone without grounds to arrest them. As a side note, the person doing the arrest does not have to be a sworn in police officer. In Citizen's arrest cases, anyone with arresting powers like a bounty hunter can also place someone under arrest.
They are not required to read you your Miranda Rights BEFORE arrest, only AFTER arrest. #1 - It's the law that they do it and, #2 - it advises and/or reminds people of their right, if they choose to exercise it, not to answer questions that may tend to incriminate them.
to protect privacy rights that are guaranteed in the constitution
In the Bill of Rights the fourth amendment says the government must have a warrant and probable cause to search and/or seizure of your property.
Yes, you can vote if you have a warrant because you haven't been convicted of a crime. When you are found guilty of a felon, your voting rights will be restricted.
In most cases the officer will inform you of the reason for your arrest and take you in to custody for booking. You may or may not be advised of your Miranda Rights at arrest but should be advised before your are questioned after arrest.
animals do have rights, contrary to your saying, santaman, and animal control officers do take steps to arrest someone who has commited a cruel act on an animal. From what ive seen, though, they just knock on their door with a warrant and arrest them.Sorry i couldn't give you a more comprehensive answer, but someone had to delete santaman's answer...
" you got the warrant, but ive got the rights"
The Civil Rights Movement.
The car company generally has to give you notice before going through with a repossession. Also, they should give you the opportunity to pay the outstanding bill before resorting to a repossession.