Judicial warrant definition

Judicial warrant means a warrant based on probable cause for a violation of federal criminal immigration law and issued by a federal judge or a federal magistrate judge that authorizes a law enforcement officer to arrest and take into custody the person who is the subject of the warrant.
Judicial warrant means a warrant based on probable cause and
Judicial warrant means a warrant issued by a magistrate sitting in the judicial branch of local, state, or federal government.

Examples of Judicial warrant in a sentence

  • Judicial warrant is a warrant issued by a federal or state judge.


More Definitions of Judicial warrant

Judicial warrant means a warrant of arrest based on probable cause and issued by
Judicial warrant means a warrant based on probable cause and issued by a state or federal judge, or a federal magistrate judge that authorizes federal immigration authorities to take into custody the person who is the subject of the warrant or to search or seize property described in the warrant.
Judicial warrant means a warrant based on probable cause and issued by a judge appointed pursuant to article III of the United States constitution or a federal magistrate judge appointed pursuant to 28 U.S.C. §631, that authorizes federal immigration authorities to take into custody the person who is the subject of such warrant.
Judicial warrant means a warrant based on probable cause and issued by a judge appointed pursuant to article III of the United States constitution or a federal magistrate judge appointed pursuant to 28 U.S.C. §631, that authorizes
Judicial warrant means a warrant based on probable cause
Judicial warrant means a warrant based on probable cause and issued by an Article III federal judge or a federal magistrate judge that authorizes federal immigration authorities to take into custody the person who is the subject of the warrant. A judicial warrant does not include a civil immigration warrant, administrative warrant, or other document signed only by ICE or CBP officials.