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Find out if you have a warrant for your arrest

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Is an AOS (arrest on sight) an actual thing and how would it progress?

Hi, I am trying to write a story and it involves a character getting arrested. I just wanted to make sure there was a such thing as an AOS and how that arrest would go that went the assailant is seen by an officer.

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A warrant to apprehend is an AOS. If an officer saw the assailant they could give chase in order to complete the arrest and it would all be legal and the arrest would be held up in court.

Is there a warrant for a specific person?

Just seeing when her fine was due. I have tried: Nothing. I think it was caused by: I don't know

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Call local law enforcement and inquire.

Can a father be arrested for arrears in child support payments without being served?

I fell behind in my child support payments and built up arrears. I have tried: Tried to contact my ex wife. She is not giving me her address or phone number.. I think it was caused by: I lost my job

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If she filed that your whereabouts were unknown she could have had you not notified. You can bypass her by calling your child support officer and making arrangements with them. Usually, you have to be behind at least 6 months before you can get a warrant for an arrest of arrears.

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