2009 California Penal Code - Section 1567 :: Title 13. Proceedings For Bringing Persons Imprisoned In The State Prison, Or The Jail Of Another County, Before A Court


1567.  When it is necessary to have a person imprisoned in the state
prison brought before any court, or a person imprisoned in a county
jail brought before a court sitting in another county, an order for
that purpose may be made by the court and executed by the sheriff of
the county where it is made. The order shall be signed by the judge
or magistrate and sealed with the seal of the court, if any. The
order shall be to the following effect:

County of ____ (as the case may be).
   The people of the State of California to the warden of ____ (or
sheriff of ____, as the case may be):
   An order having been made this day by me, that A. B. be produced
in this court as witness in the case of ____, you are commanded to
deliver him or her into the custody of ____.
   Dated this ____ day of ____, 19__.

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