Marietta, GA asked in Criminal Law for Georgia

Q: How often do arrest warrants happen for a disorderly conduct?

I was released in the hospital and the cop said one would Be issued for me. Problem is, I’m traveling soon and I need to make sure What I need to do.

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Robbie Levin
Robbie Levin
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  • Criminal Law Lawyer
  • Marietta, GA
  • Licensed in Georgia

A: If an officer tells you that a criminal warrant will be issued, it's not likely that the officer is lying. An attorney can help you confirm whether a warrant has been issued.

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James F. Stanley
James F. Stanley
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  • Criminal Law Lawyer
  • Lakewood , CO

A: If a law enforcement officer informs you a warrant will be issued for you on a misdemeanor charge, like Disorderly Conduct, it is possible you can ask if the case can proceed by summons. I suggest you contact a criminal defense attorney, who can contact the officer and see if their are other options.

David Edward Boyle
David Edward Boyle
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  • Criminal Law Lawyer
  • Monroe, GA
  • Licensed in Georgia

A: Contact the Magistrate Court in the county where the incident occurred and check to see if a warrant was issued. Contact a lawyer in that jurisdiction to investigate the case on your behalf.

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