Comment: If a court issues an arrest warrant.

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If a court issues an arrest warrant.

That is then handed to the police, and on authority of the court, police show up and use force/guns/handcuffs to take you to jail.

When the judge/jury says "Guilty", by the authority of the court you are then taken, using the same means as before to prison/jail and forcefully held.

All of these actions stem from the authority/direction of the court. It is the court's responsibility to enforce. They have agents acting on their behalf to actually do the work, but it is the courts which enforce.

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