2015 Mississippi Code
Title 99 - CRIMINAL PROCEDURE
Chapter 29 - VAGRANCY PROCEEDINGS
§ 99-29-1 - Officers required to give information under oath charging vagrancy; warrant to issue
It shall be the duty of every sheriff, deputy sheriff and constable in every county, and of the police, town marshal, deputy marshals, and of other like officials in every county, city, town, or village in the state to give information under oath to any officer empowered to issue criminal warrants of all vagrants within their knowledge, or whom they have good reason to suspect as being vagrants in their respective counties, cities, towns, and villages; thereupon the said officer shall issue a warrant for the apprehension of the person alleged to be a vagrant.
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