Sure. It's basically a computer entry. I'm sure the judge signs something at some point, but it really doesn't matter.
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An unsigned warrant is not a properly issued warrant in New Mexico. There are exceptions to this rule, but those exceptions are few and far between. However, under certain circumstances, your probation officer can arrest you without a warrant. I advise you consult with a criminal lawyer in your area to get a better idea what the consequences of an unsigned warrant in your case are.
Yes. Usually the clerk in the judge's court room issues the warrant which is usually pre-signed by a judge in the court.
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