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Hi Daniel, thank you for your speedy reply. Just seeking quick clarification if if I could.
In relation to my first question, I'm aware that police can arrest without a warrant, but is it likely that my status as a person wanted for questioning would have been distributed to the interstate authorities when no warrant exists at this stage?
In regards XXXXX XXXXX second, does this mean that without a warrant in place I would be free to leave and enter the country of my own accord? I have no plans to travel internationally in the forseeable future but it would be nice to know whether or not I would be detained. Thank you again.
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