See a lawyer, the police or the court as soon as you can. If you don’t you might get in more trouble.

If there is a warrant for you, this means the police can arrest you when they see you.
That is why it is good to ask a lawyer to help you as soon as you can.

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Worried about Warrants
NT Legal Aid Commission Factsheet.
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Warrant (Yolngu Matha)

This audio explains the word warrant in Yolngu Matha. Click here for more recordings like this.

 

Police caution in Kriol

Police caution in Kriol for a person in custody.

 

Glossary: What these words mean

warrant
A warrant is  law-paper that a judge gives to police. This paper gives police the power to do things the judge writes on the warrant.

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