2006 New Hampshire Statutes - Section 169-D:7 Failure to Appear; Warrant.

    I. Any person summoned who, without reasonable cause, fails to appear with the child, may be proceeded against as in case of contempt of court.
    II. If a summons cannot be served or the party served fails to obey the same, and in any case where it appears to the court that such summons will be ineffectual, a warrant may be issued for the child's appearance or for the appearance of anyone having custody or control of the child or for both.

Source. 1979, 361:2, eff. Aug. 22, 1979.

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