1. In most jurisdictions, an arrest warrant is needed. An arrest warrant is issued by a judge when an officer can provide the judge with enough probable cause to satisfy the judge who will sign the warrant. An arrest can be made without a warrant when an officer witnesses the commission of a crime.

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