Agriculture & Markets - Animals - Issuance of warrants upon complaint

Published: 2014-09-22

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§ 372. Issuance of warrants upon complaint. Upon complaint under oath
or affirmation to any magistrate authorized to issue warrants in
criminal cases, that the complainant has just and reasonable cause to
suspect that any of the provisions of law relating to or in any wise
affecting animals are being or about to be violated in any particular
building or place, such magistrate shall immediately issue and deliver a
warrant to any person authorized by law to make arrests for such
offenses, authorizing him to enter and search such building or place,
and to arrest any person there present found violating any of said laws,
and to bring such person before the nearest magistrate of competent
jurisdiction, to be dealt with according to law.