a writ commanding an officer to take a specified person into custody.
In the common law legal systems, capias ad respondendum (Latin: "that you may
capture him] in order for him to reply") is or was a writ issued by a court to the ...
Capias. [Latin, That you take.] The name for several different kinds of writs, or
court orders, all of which require an officer to take the defendant into custody.
[Middle English, from Medieval Latin capiās, from Latin, second person sing.
present subjunctive of capere, to seize (from the first word of the writ); see kap- in
In the common law system of the United States, a capias warrant is essentially an
order to arrest and detain an individual for the purpose of guaranteeing.
A capias is a warrant or order for arrest of a person, typically issued by the judge
or magistrate in a case. A capias may be issued in different forms. A capias is ...
Middle English, from Latin, literally, you should seize, from capere to take — more
at heave. First Known Use: 15th century. 48 words to make in SCRABBLE
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