Rule 6-108: Warrants
1. All warrants under ICJ jurisdiction shall be entered into the National Crime Information Center (NCIC) by the appropriate local law enforcement agency or other authorized agency in the issuing state. Holding states shall honor all lawful warrants as entered by other states and within the next business day notify the ICJ office in the home/demanding state that the juvenile has been placed in custody pursuant to the warrant. Within two (2) business days of notification, the home/demanding state shall inform the holding state whether the home/demanding state intends to have the juvenile returned.
2. When the home/demanding state enters a warrant into NCIC as a "no bond/bail warrant" but the holding state's statutes allow for bond/bail on juvenile warrants, the holding state shall not release the juvenile in custodial detention on bond/bail. However, a juvenile subject to detention shall be afforded an opportunity for a hearing pursuant to ICJ Rule 6-109. History: Adopted December 3, 2009, effective March 1, 2010; amended September 15, 2010, effective January 1, 2011