So long as you didn't receive a Desk Appearance Ticket, NYPD likely did not release you from jail - a judge did. If so, if there is an order of protection against you, make sure you don't violate it.
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This is a tricky question you are asking. It is not a matter of can they rather than a matter of will they. As counsel answered you most likely were released by a Judge. If there was an immediate and clear danger of a person hurting oneself the Judge would likely take action and send the person to a mental health facility to be monitored. The housing, clothes and money issue unfortunately would not incline a Judge or the police to keep a defendant in custody,
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NYPD makes arrests and the decision to prosecute is in the hands of the local prosecutor and judge. You do not indicate you were brought before a judge or that you ever made it to central booking so an answer is not clear cut. You do have a civil option and can sue your exBF and take him to landlord tenant court.
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