Understanding the Criminal Law Process Part 4 of 17 | Criminal Law Attorney Fort Myers/Naples

Arrest or Notices to Appear 

A criminal case can begin in several different ways. The most common ways are an arrest by a police officer, or a Notice to Appear. An arrest may occur if a police officer witnesses a crime or an investigation produces a probable cause that you have committed a crime.

Occasionally charges will be filed directly by the State Attorney without the direct involvement of a police officer. The result will be a mailed Notice to Appear. If you get one, and do not appear at the designated date, the court will most likely issue an arrest warrant for you.

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