THE POLICE And Your Fort Lauderdale Arrest Warrant
What Ia A Ft Lauderdale Arrest Warrant?
A Fort Lauderdale warrant for your arrest is an official document, signed by a judge (or magistrate), which authorizes a police officer to arrest you or the person named in the warrant. A warrant typically identifies the crime for which an arrest has been authorized, and may restrict the manner in which an arrest may be made. For example, the warrant may state that a you can be arrested "only between the hours of 7 a.m. and 7 p.m." Some warrants also specify the bail that a defendant must post in order to get freedom following arrest. A bench warrant is for a previous failure to appear A Bench warrant will it will specify that the arrested person will have no-bail ie a no bail warrant.
How Did The Police Obtain an Arrest Warrant For Me?
The police officer typically submitted a written affidavit to a judge or magistrate. The affidavit, given under oath, recited sufficient factual information to establish probable cause that a crime was committed and that you committed it.
The description must establish probable cause to believe that you committed the crime. A vague description would apply to numerous people. There are many facts that must be reviewed by a criminal lawyer to make sure the arrest warrant was valid. Sometimes, arrest warrants contain factual mistakes.any mistakes. Clerical errors, are not enough to invalidate the warrant.
Your Ft Lauderdale Criminal Lawyer Will be Reviewing The Entire Arrest Process to see if there is a way to make the warrant invalid. We will be looking for errors in the process.