A warrant is not always necessary to arrest, even at one's home. These issues however are very very fact dependent and you really need an attorney to review what happened. What ever you do, do not make any statements to law enforcement. Demand an attorney. ANYTHING you say can be used against you and most likely will be used against you.
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