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Warrant Of Arrest {GF-3}

This is a New York form that can be used for General within Statewide, Family Court.

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F.C.A. §§153, 153-a General Form 3 (Warrant of Arrest) 1/2001 FAMILY COURT OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK COUNTY OF ...................................................................................... In the Matter of Docket No.________ WARRANT OF ARREST Petitioner(s) against Respondent(s) ...................................................................................... IN THE NAME OF THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK TO ANY (POLICE)(PEACE) OFFICER IN THE STATE OF NEW YORK A petition under Article of the Family Court Act having been filed in this Court, a copy of which is annexed hereto, and it appearing that one of the grounds for issuance of a warrant as specified in the Family Court Act exists, YOU ARE THEREFORE COMMANDED forthwith to arrest [specify name(s)]: and bring said person(s) before this Court to be dealt with according to law. YOU ARE FURTHER COMMANDED, under the Family Court Act, to bring before this Court the following child or children: Name(s) Date(s) of Birth THIS WARRANT [check applicable box(es)]: " may " may not be executed on Sunday. " may " may not be executed at night. " is subject to the following restriction(s) [specify]: Dated: , . 2001 © American LegalNet, Inc. FAMILY COURT JUDGE BAIL IN THE SUM OF . ($ ) DOLLARS IS RECOMMENDED. ______________________________________ FAMILY COURT JUDGE NOTICE TO RESPONDENT PARENT(S) IN CHILD ABUSE OR NEGLECT CASES: PLACEMENT OF YOUR CHILD IN FOSTER CARE MAY RESULT IN YOUR LOSS OF YOUR RIGHTS TO YOUR CHILD. IF YOUR CHILD STAYS IN FOSTER CARE FOR 15 OF THE MOST RECENT 22 MONTHS, THE AGENCY MAY BE REQUIRED BY LAW TO FILE A PETITION TO TERMINATE YOUR PARENTAL RIGHTS AND MAY FILE BEFORE THE END OF THE 15 MONTH PERIOD. IF SEVERE OR REPEATED ABUSE IS PROVEN BY CLEAR AND CONVINCING EVIDENCE, THIS FINDING MAY CONSTITUTE THE BASIS TO TERMINATE YOUR PARENTAL RIGHTS. Family Court Act §155(1) provides that: " If an adult respondent is arrested under this act when the family court is not in session, he or she shall be taken to the most accessible magistrate and arraigned. The production of a warrant issued by the family court, a certificate of warrant, a copy or a certificate of the order of protection or temporary order of protection, an order of protection or temporary order of protection, or a record of such warrant or order from the statewide computer registry established pursuant to section 221-a of the executive law shall be evidence of the filing of an information, petition or sworn affidavit, as provided in section 154-d of this article. Upon consideration of the bail recommendation, if any, made by the family court and indicated on the warrant or certificate of warrant, the magistrate shall thereupon commit such respondent to the custody of the sheriff, as defined in subdivision 35 of section 1.20 of the criminal procedure law, admit to, fix or accept bail, or parole him or her for hearing before the family court, subject to the provisions of subdivision four of section 530.11 of the criminal procedure law concerning arrests upon a violation of an order of protection." Family Court Act §155-a provides that : "A desk officer in charge at a police station, county jail or police headquarters, or any of his or her superior officers, may, in such place, take cash bail for his or her appearance before the appropriate court the next morning from any person arrested pursuant to a warrant issued by the family court; provided that such arrest occurs between eleven o'clock in the morning and eight o'clock the next morning, except that in the city of New York bail shall be taken between two o'clock in the afternoon and eight o'clock the next morning. The amount of such cash bail shall be the amount fixed in the warrant of arrest." 2001 © American LegalNet, Inc.

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