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22-3103.Use of testimony. If the testimony taken at an inquisition discloses probable cause to believe that a crime has been committed within the county, the attorney general, assistant attorney general or county attorney may file such testimony, together with his complaint or information, verified on information and belief, against the person or persons alleged to have committed the crime. The complaint and the testimony filed therewith shall have the same effect as if the complaint or information had been verified positively and a warrant shall there upon be issued for the arrest of such person or persons as in other criminal cases.

History: L. 1970, ch. 129, § 22-3103; July 1.



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