Court Ordered Warrant Types
Warrants are court ordered documents that authorize relevant law enforcement officials to arrest or carry out the legal administrative justice of an individual which would otherwise invade an individual’s rights that are protected by law. There are a multitude of warrants that are issued depending on the circumstances such as; bench warrants, search warrants, extradition warrants, execution warrants and dispossessory warrants. The names of the differing warrants may vary from state to state but the warrants are authorized and initiated the same.
The most common warrant is the bench warrant, this is where a judge issues a warrant for civil or criminal court cases. This can be an issue if the subject deliberately misses his/her court appearance or fails to comply with a court order.
A search warrant is a court ordered warrant that authorizes law enforcement to search the private property or residence of an individual that is otherwise protected by privacy laws.
An extradition warrant is issued for the arrest of a criminal fugitive that might be located in another state.
A dispossessory warrant is also known as an eviction warrant that is used to evict a tenant from a residence they live in.
An execution warrant is the official death warrant that allows for the execution of a person that is sentenced to death. The death warrant only applies to states where the death penalty is recognized.
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