Search warrant wad for property, arrest warrant filed later at court for you. Two different things.
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Search warrant for property needs to correctly describe the property to be searched. Doesn't much matter who is present or resides there if there is probable cause to search the property.
An arrest warrant needs to properly id the person who has been approved to be arrested.
Don't go into details on AVVO. If the warrant did not have you name you have something interesting. Something interesting doesn't mean you know right away if you win or lose, it means you get it looked into if you are smart. There are a lot of variables. Seemingly silly and irrelevant details come into play. Questions such as did you have an overnight bag at the premises could actually decide what is evidence and what isn't. That is one out of a ton of possible examples I could give.
Be smart. Don't commit crimes, and certainly don't contact anyone over the phone who could have led to this search - such as a confidential informant. Be respectful while asserting your right to remain silent if you are arrested.
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