Arizona Revised Statutes Title 17. Game and Fish § 17–310. Agreement to appear in court

Game rangers, wildlife managers, and other peace officers may take any person before a magistrate within the county in which an offense is committed for a violation of any provision of this title, but any person apprehended for violating any provision of this title punishable as a misdemeanor may be issued a notice to appear before such magistrate bearing the date, time and place for such appearance, the offense charged, and the location or approximate location where the violation was committed.  The notice shall be signed by the person notified to appear, and he shall be given a copy thereof and thereupon may be released from custody.  Failure of such person to appear at the time and place specified shall be cause for issuance of a warrant for his arrest for failure to appear.

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