I was just informed that in order to issue a warrant the person needs an address. What if a hobo killed a bunch of babies and didn't get arrested on the scene? I was told by an official at the court house they would just let the hobo go. How does everyone feel about this?
That it is probably untrue.
It took me about 30s to find an arrest warrant does not require an address.
I'm going to guess that we're talking about a bench warrant....maybe for nonpayment of child support or some such. To my knowledge, though, a bench warrant can be issued whether you have a current address or not. They're just difficult to enforce unless a person is picked up by police.
But not related to the original statement.
"I was just informed blah blah blah" "what if blah blah blah"
ie, I very much doubt that the court official was actually talking about letting a murderer go and therefore I asked what sort of warrant.
Ah yes, I can see that might be the source of the misunderstanding.
I used the hobo murdering things as an example for the clerk and she gave the answer stated.... I just used that example as an extreme situation to sort of get the point across to the clerk.
True - but the average person doesn't call the court to issue an arrest warrant for murder. Heaven knows I could be wrong. But that happens so rarely.
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