In California, you’re under arrest when you are taken into custody by law enforcement. You can be arrested if a California police officer has a reasonable belief that you participated in a crime. You can also be arrested if a warrant has been issued for your arrest by a California judge. Under either circumstance you should carefully consider what you say and do from this moment on.
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Domestic Violence Arrest
Domestic violence arrest often occurs when couples begin arguing and one person either begins to feel threatened or is assaulted by the other person.
Once arrested, your first court appearance will be at an arraignment, where you will be given the charging document. You will also be advised of your rights, and be told to find attorney before the next hearing, or be assigned a public defender. The conditions of your arrest and amount of bail you will need to post will also be set.
Being arrested or even contacted by law enforcement can be a very intimidating experience. Even if you are not arrested, you can be questioned about a crime, which could lead to your arrest. Should you be questioned by law enforcement, your first response should be; “I want my attorney present before I will answer any questions.”
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