An official summons or notice given to a person to appear; the paper containing such summons or notice.
An order of a court to either do a certain thing or to appear before it to answer charges. The citation is typically used for lesser offences (such as traffic violations) because it relies on the good faith of the defendant to appear as requested, as opposed to an arrest or bail. The penalty for failing to obey a citation is often a warrant for the arrest of the defendant.
a written order, issued by the police for a violation, to appear before a magistrate or probation officer at a later date.
a summons that commands the appearance of a party at a proceeding
a court order or summons that tells a defendant when to appear in court
an order issued by law enforcement to appear before a magistrate
a writ issued by a court commanding a person to appear before that court, much like a writ of capias, summons, or subpoena
An order issued by a law enforcement officer requiring appearance in court to answer a charge. Bail is not accepted in lieu of appearance.
notice to appear in court due to the probable commission of a minor crime. Failure to appear can result in a warrant for the defendant's arrest.
1. A document issued by either a law enforcement or a court officer commanding a person to appear in court at a specific time. 2. Notation as to where a specific point of law may be found.
An abbreviated referral issued by law enforcement requiring the juvenile to appear on a particular day to answer to a specific charge.
Summons to appear in court. 2. Reference to authorities in support of a legal argument.
A court order or summons that tells a defendant what the charges are. It also tells the defendant to go to court and/or post bail. The defendant must sign a promise to go to court.
Is: a summons to appear in court; quoting from a completed case to support an argument; or a notice sent out by someone wanting grant of probate or letters of administration, asking people to come forward if they object to it.
A ticket issued by a police officer for minor offenses, such as traffic matters, which also specifies the date and time that a Defendant must appear in Court for an arraignment.
An act or order of the court by which a person is summoned or directed to appear in a proceeding; also, a reference to legal authority.
An order, issued by law enforcement, to appear in court at a later date. Usually used for minor violations (e.g. traffic violations).
Any notice, ticket, or other official document issued by a police officer for a minor offense containing an order to appear in court at a particular time and place to answer to the charges stated.
Summons to appear in a court of law at a specified date and time.
An official order from the court notifying a defendant/respondent of the charges being made, and commanding the defendant to appear in court and /or post sbail.