Will I be arrested if I were to go get my State ID replaced in the state of Alabama
It is possible. The "DMV" you are referring is the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency and it is a law enforcement organization, as the name implies. And although most of the personnel working in the driver license division are civilian (non-sworn) employees, there is always at least one or more state troopers assigned to the unit to investigate driver license fraud and to make arrests for wanted individuals. If the warrant you are concerned is a misdemeanor, then most likely you will be informed that there is an active misdemeanor warrant for your arrest and you should clear the warrant; if the warrant is a felony, then most likely you will be arrested on the spot. It is also possible, even if the warrant is a misdemeanor, that the license examiner will call the agency holding the warrant and a deputy sheriff or other law enforcement officer will come out and make the arrest.
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