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Warrant (PINS) Juvenile Proceeding {7-1a}

This is a New York form that can be used for Person In Need Of Supervision within Statewide, Family Court.

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<document>F.C.A. §738Form 7-1a (PINS Warrant of Arrest) 10/2004 FAMILY COURT OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK COUNTY OF ......................................................................................In the Matter ofDocket No.A Child Under the Age of 18WARRANT OF ARREST Alleged to be a Person in Need of Supervision(Person in Need of Supervision)Respondent ......................................................................................BY ORDER OF THE FAMILY COURT OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK TO ANY (POLICE)(PEACE) OFFICER IN THE STATE OF NEW YORK:THIS WARRANT EXPIRES ON [Specify Date]:1A petition alleging that Respondent is a Person in Need of Supervision, as defined in Article 7 of the Family Court Act, has been filed in this Court, and this Court has found that one or more of the grounds exist for issuance of a warrant as specified in the Family Court Act. YOU ARE THEREFORE COMMANDED forthwith to arrest the above-named Respondent and bring him or her to this Court to be dealt with according to law. If you take the Respondent into custody under the authority of this warrant, you shall, with all reasonable speed, bring the Respondent directly to the Family Court or, if the Court is not in session, then to a local non-secure detention facility certified by the New York State Office of Children and Family Services as a proper facility for the reception of Persons in Need of Supervision or, in New York City, to a foster care facility established and maintained under the Social Services Law and approved for the reception of Persons in Need of Supervision. 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:.,FAMILY COURT JUDGESpecify a date not more than six months after date of issuance. This warrant shall expire on that 1 date, unless extended by the Court upon application of the Petitioner for good cause for an additional period of not more than six months. See Family Court Act §738.American LegalNet, Inc. www.USCourtForms.comAmerican LegalNet, Inc. www.USCourtForms.com</document>

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