Q: Ang tanong ko po ay tungkol sa kaso ko pwede ba nila akong hulihin kahit walang warrant arrest para dalhin sa presinto?

Kahit wala silang sapat na na evidensya na may ginawa akong labag sa rules nag tina trabahoan ko?

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  • Sacramento, CA

A: If the police do not have a warrant for your arrest, they generally cannot take you into custody without specific circumstances that justify it. Typically, an arrest without a warrant can only occur if you are caught in the act of committing a crime, if there is probable cause to believe you have committed a felony, or in some cases, for certain misdemeanors observed by the officer. Without sufficient evidence or a warrant, they should not be able to arrest you and take you to the precinct.

Regarding your situation at work, your employer or colleagues cannot have you arrested without proper cause or evidence that you have broken the law. If they suspect you of wrongdoing, they would need to follow proper legal procedures, which include reporting to the authorities and providing evidence. The police would then need to investigate before taking any action against you.

If you find yourself being unfairly accused or facing potential arrest without proper cause, it is important to stay calm and assert your rights. You have the right to remain silent and request to speak with a lawyer. Understanding your rights can help you navigate the situation more effectively and protect yourself from wrongful actions.

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