What does bench warrant mean?

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A bench warrant is issued by a court when someone does not show up for a court date at the specified time. This kind of warrant allows the police to arrest the person and bring them straight to jail.
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bench warrant
NOUN [LAW.]
1.
a warrant issued or ordered by a judge or court for the apprehension of an offender.
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A bench warrant means that a judge was the person who issued it. This means they are looking for you and you will be arrested and taken to the county that has this warrant on you.
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