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A sheriff's deputy was dispatched to locate a vehicle a rental car that had been erroneously reported stolen(embezzled). The deputy arrived at my home, the rental car was parked in front, I was asleep in my bed. After coaxing me outside, while still on my front porch and on my (rented) property I was arrested for GTA taken into custody and jailed until posting bail. Because I was inside my home, asleep in fact, when the deputy arrived and no exigent circumstances existed, doesn't constitutional law require an arrest warrant. I later discovered while researching my case that a document titled "Declaration in Support of Arrest Warrant" was submitted by the prosecution on behalf of the deputy. The doc bears the deputies signature, is dated 3 months after the fact, and NO Judicial Signature.