Arrests are carried out by police officers and other authorized officials in order to oblige the arrests to obey the law. There are different types of arrest that you should familiarize yourself with:
The most common type of arrest, it is usually carried out by police officials to apprehend suspected criminal. While the ratification of the Fourth
Amendment in 1791 permits law officers to take individuals who have committed offenses into custody, the Fifth Amendment
protects the arrests from self-incrimination by requiring officers to narrate the Miranda rights prior to the arrest.
An arrest is deemed lawful if it contains the following elements: the officer’s intent, the lawful authority of the official, the arrests detention, and
the perception of the individual that he has been arrested.
In this process, the arrests person shall be informed why he was arrested, before the official places handcuffs on the person’s wrists.
He should then be patted down to check for weapons or contraband. Personal property will then be removed before he is escorted to the police patrol or
other type of vehicle available.
An act guaranteed by the Ninth Amendment, a citizen’s arrest allows a plain resident to raid suspects of a crime in order
to defend himself or other individuals. Nowadays, conducting citizen’s arrest is permitted in every state, except North Carolina.
An alternative to jail time, a house arrest can be catered to an individual before his sentencing or trial order. The arrests cannot leave his home,
except during circumstances associated with his employment. This kind of arrest usually requires the use of monitoring devices, to ensure that the arrests
is always within the premises.
In instances wherein arrests are unavoidable, it is best if you are informed of its different kinds, and what rights you are entitled to.