Q: Do cops go looking for you at your brothers job if you have an arrest warrant for domestic violence
Mg brother just called me to tell me that some cops went to his job and asked him if he had any idea where I was at because they were looking for me did t give him much info as to why they were looking for me and if I still worked in my previous job
A: Yes, it is possible for police to speak with relatives at their place of employment to try and obtain the location of an individual. It is also possible to check if a person has an active arrest warrant. I recommend having an attorney call the Records Department at the Sheriff's Office in the county where the warrant most likely originated.
A: yes, the police will do whatever they have to when there is a serious warrant.
they may not do it for a DUI but will for a more serious felony.
you should contact a criminal lawyer in your area to look into it for you.
if there is a good chance of your being arrested you might even want to have your lawyer get you set up for bail at a reduced fee.
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