fugitive warrant

Definition of "fugitive warrant"
  1. A type of arrest warrant released in one area for a person who is hiding or running away from legal responsibility in another region
How to use "fugitive warrant" in a sentence
  1. The police were able to apprehend the suspect because a fugitive warrant had been issued in the neighboring state.
  2. The local sheriff received a fugitive warrant for a person believed to have fled the jurisdiction.
  3. In case of inter-state crimes, a fugitive warrant is commonly used to facilitate the arrest of the suspect.

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