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So warrants for arrest do not come directly from...

a judge's decision?

In most courts today, guilt is determined by a judge, not even a jury. So the person is not put in jail at the courts direction?

If the court said they could go free, could they not do so?

Honestly, this is semantic in nature, and so I will drop it at this.

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