In Rem. Form of process filed with or after the filing of a verified complaint. Gives the court jurisdiction over the property to be seized. Usually must be served within the district of issue. Historically, it has not included a finding of probable cause.
An order issued by a judge or magistrate to a police officer requiring the arrest of the person named in the warrant.
A writ or order issued by a judge or other competent authority, to a sheriff or other officer, requiring him or her to arrest a person therein named and bring that person before the court to answer to a specified charge.
a court order authorising the police to bring you into custody because of the offence you have committed
an order signed by a judge authorizing the police to arrest a person believed to have committed a crime
a piece of paper that says the police have the power to arrest you and take you to court
a process issued by a local criminal court directing a police officer to arrest a defendant designated in an accusatory instrument filed with such court and to bring him before such court in connection with such instrument
a written order from a magistrate, directed to a peace officer or some other person specially named, commanding him to take the body of the person accused of an offense, to be dealt with according to law, CCP ART
court order to arrest a person;
A writ issued by a magistrate, justice or other competent authority, to a sheriff, or other officer, requiring him to arrest a person therein named and bring him before the magistrate or court to answer to a specified charge.
If a Warrant of Arrest is issued, then the police are sent to arrest the person and can either hold them in custody until they can be brought before a judge or they can be granted bail and given a date when they must attend the court.
A written order issued by the court directing the arrest of a person.
A court order for arrest of a defendant, under affidavit, before defendant's appearance at a specific place or time has been scheduled. Issuance of the warrant by the clerk (not the court order for issuance of the arrest warrant.)