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Types of Warrants

Concerning criminal law, many people have a very limited knowledge about the specifics of the legal procedure or their actual legal rights. For example, a large majority of people do not understand a warrant or how it is used. By definition, a warrant is a court-issued document that gives an individual - usually a law enforcement agent - the right to carry out an action that would otherwise be considered a violation of an individual's rights.

There are a number of different warrants law enforcement agents can use in criminal cases. And although there are many different types of warrants, all of them allow a police officer or other agent to violate someone's rights such as arresting them and taking them to court, or even entering a person's home to perform a search. For more information about warrants or to speak with a qualified attorney about your case, contact the Austin criminal defense lawyers of Ian Inglis today at (512) 472-1950.

Common Types of Warrants

There are a few common warrants courts can grant to law enforcement agents. Three of these include the following:

  • Arrest warrants give officers the right to arrest and detain an individual
  • Search warrants allow officers to search a person's home or property for evidence in a criminal case
  • Execution warrants give one the right to enact the death sentence

Contact Us

For more information about warrants and whether an officer properly used one in your case, contact the Austin criminal defense lawyers of Ian Inglis at (512) 472-1950 today.


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