Indiana Code Title 35. Criminal Law and Procedure § 35-47-14-2

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Sec. 2 . (a) A circuit or superior court may issue a warrant to search for and seize a firearm in the possession of an individual who is dangerous if:

(1) a law enforcement officer provides the court a sworn affidavit that:

(A) states why the law enforcement officer believes that the individual is dangerous and in possession of a firearm;  and

(B) describes the law enforcement officer's interactions and conversations with:

(i) the individual who is alleged to be dangerous;  or

(ii) another individual, if the law enforcement officer believes that information obtained from this individual is credible and reliable;

that have led the law enforcement officer to believe that the individual is dangerous and in possession of a firearm;

(2) the affidavit specifically describes the location of the firearm;  and

(3) the circuit or superior court determines that probable cause exists to believe that the individual is:

(A) dangerous;  and

(B) in possession of a firearm.

(b) A law enforcement agency responsible for the seizure of the firearm under this section shall file a search warrant return with the court setting forth the:

(1) quantity;  and

(2) type;

of each firearm seized from an individual under this section.  Beginning July 1, 2021, the court shall provide information described under this subsection to the office of judicial administration in a manner required by the office.

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