I procured the Lord Chief Justice Bramston's warrant, and had it lying dormant by me.
"William Lilly's History of His Life and Times" by William Lilly
Mr Wedderburn applied to a justice of peace, who at once issued a warrant for the negro's apprehension.
"Chambers's Edinburgh Journal, No. 448" by Various
Now, why do I keep you here, that any other gentleman in my place would send to Carlisle jail on a justice's warrant?
"The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 17, No. 103, May, 1866" by Various
Can't you see I'm on my way over to Justice Robb's to swear out a warrant against Abraham Lincoln Bonaparte for bein' intoxicated?
"Anderson Crow, Detective" by George Barr McCutcheon
It's pretty late to rout a justice of the peace out of bed to issue a warrant for us, but we'll do it.
"The Real Man" by Francis Lynde
And the grave and worshipful justice
(Upon whose soul be peace!)
Set his name to the jailer's warrant
For Goodwife Cole's release.
"The Changeling ( From The Tent on the Beach )" by John Greenleaf Whittier
The city of Wilmington's urban arborist was arrested Thursday on a fugitive warrant stemming from charges of child sexual abuse, according to the US Department of Justice.
"At the time of al-Kidd's arrest," Justice Antonin Scalia wrote, "not a single judicial opinion had held that pretext could render an objectively reasonable arrest pursuant to a material-witness warrant unconstitutional.
Justice David Prosser, in a concurring opinion, said suppressing the evidence is a drastic remedy but the state's misuse of the subpoena law was serious enough to warrant it.