The officer arresting you need not show you any documentation. You need to hire a lawyer to represent you. The lawyer will have access to the reports on the case to determine the basis of the allegations against you. Perhaps you are a victim of identification fraud.
happens all the time. you will get the details when you go to court
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The officer doesn't have to show you a copy of the arrest warrant. When you are in custody, you are arraigned and informed of the charges by a magistrate. At this point, you need to hire a defense attorney. She will go through the discovery process and will be able to explain to you how the State is trying to make its case.
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