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Arrest With Warrant in Wisconsin

Understand The Difference Between Arrest Warrant & Search Warrant

An arrest warrant in Wisconsin gives law enforcement officers the necessary permission to make a lawful arrest of the individual identified on the warrant. Search warrants and arrest warrants are different. A search warrant gives law enforcement officers the necessary permission to search a building, dwelling, car or other property and seize property. Police can also enter your house to arrest you if they possess an arrest warrant. In both cases, a judge must issue the warrant to a law enforcement agent.

If an individual is identified on an arrest warrant issued in Wisconsin, they may be arrested anywhere in the state of Wisconsin. They may also be arrested outside Wisconsin and extradited back to Wisconsin.

If you are facing charges, you should consult with an experienced criminal defense attorney at Eisenberg Law Offices. We can provide you with a strong defense. Contact us for a free, confidential consultation.



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