Can I take a warrant out on someone who puts a gun in my face & threatens to kill me?
2 attorney answers
I agree with my colleague above on going to Magistrate Court.
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You can go to the magistrate, pay a ten dollar fee, and request a hearing. The court will notify the other party, and will hear evidence at the hearing. If you show through your evidence that a crime was committed, the court can issue a criminal arrest warrant.