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Hi. How can I help with this please?
Ok. What is your question about this? Obviously I will not know whether there is a warrant outstanding against you?
The fact that the case has concluded wouldn't invalidate a warrant per se.
It depends on the type of warrant. If you didn't attend court then there would still be a warrant for you.
If it is just an arrest warrant for questioning then they won't enforce that.
If it is just an arrest warrant for questioning alone then it should not be if indeed the case has ended.
Actually though, you mean the case against her has ended not against you? In that case, they could still arrest you if the case against you hasn't ended.
The case against you hasn't ended though.
Therefore they could exercise the warrant I'm afraid.
I do understand and yes the warrant can be enforced. The case has not ended against you.
It is possible that you could be arrested if there is still an interest in you.
I'm not sure what you mean?
Yes, there could be.