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2007-11-13 17:29:37
2007-11-13 17:29:37

The judge will issue a bench warrant immidiately after the indictment is made. The bail will be set in the warrant. The bench warrant will be issued on the grounds of the indictment.


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A bench warrant is an arrest warrant issued by a court against a person guilty of some contempt or indicted for some crime, authorizing his or her arrest on sight.

It depends on how long it takes the District Attorney to issue a warrant for arrest, if it an arrestable offense. Just because you were indicted, doesn't mean you will be arrested.

The grounds might be included in the warrant itself; read the whole thing when you are presented with it. If it's not included there, chances are the information won't be avaoilable to you.

The warrant itself has no statute of limitations. If the offense has already been before a grand jury and indicted, the statute of limitations requirements have been met, and the warrant will stay active until the defendant is apprehended, unless the case is dismissed.

Individual citizens do NOT "take out warrants." A warrant may be applied for by law enforcement personnel ONLY.However, if you are legally an adult, and your state of residence allows such a procedure, you may "swear out a complaint" against an individual who will then be summoned to a hearing to determine if grounds exist for criminal action

A search warrant or an arrest warrant are signed by a judge giving the policy the authority to carry out the specified procedure. The District Attorney must show cause to have the warrants signed.

neverAdded: The so-called "Governor's Warrant" is what the legal procedure and paperwork for extraditing someone from out-of-state is known as.

sufficient and probable cause.......................attest to by investigating officer

Its C. The police get warrant before arresting a suspect

warrant, probable cause or crime in presence.

Without a warrant you must find reasonable grounds to arrest someone, whereas with a warrant your reason to arrest the suspect already exists. Without a warrant a Police Officer can arrest anyone without permission of a Magistrate as long as they follow the correct procedures so their arrest is lawful, which is unlike an arrest with a warrant where you must be granted the warrant to be able to arrest that person. Without a warrant, a Police Officer can mess the arrest up and make it an unlawful arrest but with a warrant it is very unlikely that they make it an unlawful arrest.

A police officer needs a search warrant signed by a judge to search your property for evidence. The officer does not need a search warrant to come onto your property if he has reasonable grounds to think a crime is in progress or if the officer is in pursuit of a suspect.

Although crimes (except for murder) have statutes of limitation, once an arrest warrant has been issued and if its in the computer the person named in the warrant may be arrested at anytime. If the case was taken to the grand jury and you were indicted then there is no statute of limitations, and you cannot defeat the charge by staying on the lam.The prosecutor may decline to pursue the case because witnesses have died and/or evidence is lost, but one cannot automatically escape a felony prosecution simply by staying out of the hands of the cops for an extended period of time once a warrant (supported by a sworn affidavit/complaint) has been issued.For instance, in 1971, D.B. Cooper hijacked and threatened to blow up an airliner, extorted $200,000 from its owner, Northwest Orient, then leaped from the airborne 727 with 21 pounds of $20 bills strapped to his torso.That warrant is still in the computer and if he's found he will most certainly be prosecuted. The statute of limitations - five years for Federal crimes - only applies when no suspect has been indicted. Even if there is no such person as DB Cooper, he was indicted under that alias, and that's what matters.And if you were indicted for interstate flight to avoid prosecution (a federal charge) you will have to face the music no matter when you're caught.

A 'warrant' is an authorization or certification providing assurance or confirmation. thus it can be: * A voucher authorizing payment or receipt of money. * A judicial writ authorizing an officer to make a search, seizure, or arrest or to execute a judgment. * A certificate of appointment given to a warrant officer (e.g. a policeman) 'Warrants' can also mean adequate grounds to justify something (e.g. the standard of the pupil's homework warrants the highest mark)

Police with an arrest warrant can enter the home of the person named in the warrant if they have reasonable grounds to believe he is on the premises. They can search the premises in any place the accused person would be able to hide (they couldn't for example, look in the drawers of a nightstand, because no one could hide there). Police have to get a search warrant to enter the house of a person other than the one named in the arrest warrant.

There are particular components every sound argument must contain. The basic components are to state the claim, the grounds, qualifier, warrant, backing, and the rebuttal.

Removal of a patient's brain is a very risky procedure. What is the procedure for NFL coaches to challenge calls made by the officials? Did the officer follow proper procedures when executing the search warrant? The manager called a meeting to review new policies and procedures. What is the procedure when applying for financial aid?

In order to get a search warrant from a judge there has to be probable cause evidence of sometype that a crime has been committed or being committed unless in some states they have a thing called a good faith warrant where if an officer with his credit and training beleives there is a crime being commited or has been committed he can file an application and a judge can decide if it has any worthiness to grant a warrant or not.

It depends on the locality. In my state, a police officer can arrest you if you have an outstanding warrant, or if you have committed a misdemeanor that he/she witnessed, or if you are under suspicion of having committed a felony.

Yes. If the police officer has reasonable grounds to believe you were going to /you did: (a)Commit a Crime (b)Intend to commit a crime

Private citizens cannot apply for a "WARRANT" to be issued. That is a procedure that only law enforcement or the courts can use. However if you initiate a civil case against, or involving, someone you can use the power of "SUBPOENA" to summon them to court.

They may have information in advance and be watching for you, or they can locate any outstanding warrant through a standard computer check. It is always best to resolve a warrant before you are arrested. Contacting the court may let you appear when it is convenient and avoid a trip to jail all together.

PT warrant is a warrant issued for production of an Accused. P.T. warrant means Prisoner's Transit Warrant.

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