View Amendment Current Amendment: JUD3607.001.DOCX to Bill 3607     The JUDICIARY COMMITTEE proposed the following amendment (JUD3607.001):

    Amend the bill, as and if amended, by striking SECTION 1 in its entirety and inserting:

/     SECTION     1.     Section 22-5-190 of the 1976 Code is amended to read:

    "Section 22-5-190.     (A)     A magistrate may endorse a An arrest warrant issued by a magistrate of another county when the person charged with a crime in the warrant resides in or is located in the a different county of the endorsing magistrate is not required to be endorsed by a magistrate in the county where the person resides or is located, and may be served by a law enforcement officer within the jurisdiction where the person resides or is located, or by a law enforcement officer from the issuing jurisdiction while accompanied by a law enforcement officer in the jurisdiction where the warrant is being served. When a warrant is presented to a magistrate for endorsement, as provided in this section, the magistrate shall authorize the person presenting it or any special constable to execute it within his county.
    (B)     Whenever a When an arrest warrant is issued by a mayor, recorder, judge, or other proper judicial officer of any municipality requiring entitled by law to issue a warrant for a municipality requiring the arrest of any a person charged with a violation of a municipal ordinance, or a state statute within the trial jurisdiction of the municipal authorities, and the person sought to be arrested is presently incarcerated in a jail or detention center of the county in which where the municipality is located, law enforcement officers of that the municipality with the assistance of law enforcement officials of the county operating the jail or detention center may serve the warrant on that the person without the necessity of a magistrate of the county endorsing the warrant as required by this section.
    (C)     Except as otherwise provided in subsection (B), whenever a When an arrest warrant is issued by an intendant, mayor, recorder, judge, or other proper judicial officer of any municipality of this State, requiring entitled by law to issue a warrant for a municipality requiring the arrest of anyone a person charged with the a violation of a municipal ordinance, or of a state statute within the trial jurisdiction of the municipal authorities, and the person sought to be arrested cannot be found within the municipal limits but is within the State, the officer issuing the warrant may send it to the magistrate having jurisdiction over the area in which the person may be found, which magistrate may endorse the warrant, which shall then be executed by the magistrates' constable or the sheriff of the county of the endorsing magistrate the warrant is not required to be endorsed by a magistrate in the county where the person resides or may be located. However, a law enforcement officer from the jurisdiction where the person is located and is to be arrested must accompany the law enforcement officer effecting the arrest with the warrant. The endorsement shall be to the following effect: It shall be addressed to the sheriff or any lawful constable of the county of the endorsing magistrate, directing the officer to arrest the person named in the warrant and bring the person before the endorsing magistrate, to be dealt with according to law. Unless a proper bond is filed with the endorsing magistrate by the person arrested, conditioned upon his or her the person's appearance before the officer originally issuing the warrant, to answer the charges in it, the person arrested shall must be promptly turned over to police officers of the municipality from which where the warrant was originally issued who are hereby empowered to return the person to the municipality involved. A magistrate shall not be required to endorse the warrant when the maximum penalty for each offense charged by the warrant does not exceed ten dollars or when the offense consists of the illegal parking of a motor vehicle.
    (D)     All costs, fees, travel, and other expenses in connection with the endorsement and execution of such warrants shall be paid by the municipality involved to the county or officers entitled thereto."         /

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