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Capias ad respondendum

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In the common law legal systems, capias ad respondendum is or was a writ issued by a court to the sheriff of a particular county to bring the defendant, having ...

Capias legal definition of Capias

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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.

What is a Capias Warrant? - The Law Dictionary

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In the common law system of the United States, a capias warrant is essentially an order to arrest and ... A capias warrant should be considered a writ of arrest.

Capias | Define Capias at Dictionary.com

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Capias definition, a writ commanding an officer to take a specified person into custody. See more.

Capias Law & Legal Definition

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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 ...

CHAPTER 23. THE CAPIAS :: Texas Code of Criminal Procedure ...

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Art. 23.01. [441] [505] [493] DEFINITION OF A "CAPIAS". A "capias" is a writ issued by the court or clerk, and directed "To any peace officer of the State of Texas", ...

writ of capias - Definition of writ of capias - Online Dictionary from ...

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Definition of writ of capias in the Online Dictionary. Multiple meanings, detailed information and synonyms for writ of capias.

RULE 4:51. Ne Exeat; Capias - RULES GOVERNING THE COURTS ...

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The writ of ne exeat or capias ad respondendum, serving as original or mesne process, shall issue only on court order after application supported by affidavit ...

* Capias (Law) - Definition,meaning - Online Encyclopedia

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A capias is a writ issued by a judge requesting that the sheriff take someone into custody, and hold the person until he or she may be brought into court.

Capias ad respondendum - New Jersey Law Revision Commission

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The two capias writs, capias ad respondendum and capias ad satisfaciendum, are closely related. Both allow the court to jail a person against whom a civil ...

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Capias - definition of capias by The Free Dictionary

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[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  ...

CODE OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE CHAPTER 23. THE CAPIAS

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TITLE 1. CODE OF CRIMINAL PROCEDURE. CHAPTER 23. THE CAPIAS. Art. 23.01. DEFINITION OF A "CAPIAS". In this chapter, a "capias" is a writ that is:.

"Capias" Defined - Lectric Law Library

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Several writs and processes commanding the sheriff to take the person of the defendant are known by the name of capias. For example: there are writs of capias ...