bench warrant

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Synonyms for bench warrant

a warrant authorizing law enforcement officials to apprehend an offender and bring that person to court

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The bench warrant may also create problems for people who are seeking employment, volunteering or working with the public.
com, when the actor failed to show, the Los Angeles judge issued a bench warrant allowing police to take him into custody.
Juvenile Court Judge Richard Naranjo issued the bench warrant after the 15-year-old failed to appear for a court hearing Thursday, officials said.
But he failed to show up to a court appearance last Thursday and a bench warrant was issued for his arrest.
A crown court bench warrant was issued on April 1 this year when Mr Grybowicz did not turn up at Warwick Crown Court to answer the charges.
Two other people were arrested in the raids, not in connection with the kidnapping - a Stockton man for handling stolen goods and a female from Hartlepool for an outstanding bench warrant.
He said he was aware there was a bench warrant for the accused who has an address at Monasterboice Road, Crumlin, Dublin.
Cops had traced Martin's call through BT and picked up the sick hoaxer on a bench warrant six days after the offence.
A bench warrant was stayed, but Judge James Gibbons said that if Campbell did not show on the new date, it would take effect.
Having heard there was "no response" when the 39-year-old was called at Newtownards Magistrates Court, District Judge Mark Hamill issued a bench warrant.
Smith certainly fits Rihanna's "bad boy" criteria, as he was picked up by cops on Thursday on an outstanding bench warrant for driving without a valid licence, and was released on Friday.
If he does not come to Newcastle Crown Court tomorrow, Judge John Evans is likely issue a bench warrant for his arrest and he would be held in custody until he is sentenced.
Police had put out an appeal to trace Shaun Doody, 35, of Greets Green, West Bromwich, who was wanted on a crown court bench warrant.
A bench warrant issued when she jumped bail before her trial was due to start in May, 2001, was also withdrawn.
Turner (42) of Curbar Road, Great Barr, was convicted of two charges of rape and four of indecent assault following a trial in April when the judge issued a bench warrant for his arrest In passing sentence Judge Everard said there were a number of aggravating features including the age of the victim, who was 11 and 12 at the time of the offences.