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Law Enforcement may make a warrantless arrest if there is probable cause to believe that a felony has been committed and the individual is the perpetrator of the crime.
If the crime involved a misdemeanor, the Deputy may not ordinarily make a warrantless arrest unless the crime was committed in the Deputies presence.
However there are a few statutory exceptions to the above provisions concerning misdemeanors.
Some instances where a Deputy may arrest without a warrant and the misdemeanor did not occur in his or her presence is the following crimes:
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