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Can you get into trouble for not turning someone in that has a warrant?

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Yes, you can definitely get into trouble for not turning someone who has an arrest warrant. The most common offense to those people who interferes with the arrest of a person who has an arrest warrant is obstruction of justice. Obstruction of justice, in general, is any intentional act to interfere in the administration of the law. Obstruction of justice may include one of the following:

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  • The person attempts to hide the person who has a warrant of arrest.
  • The person uses force against the arresting officer.
  • The person tries to bribe the arresting officer.
  • The person uses intimidation to the arresting officer.

In general, you can get into trouble for not turning someone who has an arrest warrant to the arresting officer.

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