facts of the case with a health professional who the affiant
Sworn to or affirmed and signed before me on this day of--, 20 by (name of affiant
)--, who is personally known to me or who has produced --as identification and who did take an oath.
I didn't have any Lil Gun on hand so I loaded the Sierra bullets with Accurate 9 and Affiant
is the attorney for Petitioner in the above action and makes this Affidavit for purposes of obtaining service by publication upon Deadbeat Dad.
It was something that required an affiant
, a co-affiant, supervisor's review, State's attorney's office review, and approval and a judge's signature and then, of course, execution on that warrant.
in preparation of warrants" issued under 12 and 21
2) Passport copy of the Affiant
(sponsor) and the Visitor/Tourist;
(270) But the analysis that courts typically undertake when looking at the quality of an informant's past tips is not robust; instead, they often rely on a general assertion of an informant's reliability by a police affiant
. (271) Moreover, the inferences that support giving weight to an informant who has proven reliable--that he has access to information about criminality and reports it truthfully--are quite different from what can be inferred from an algorithm that has proven to be statistically reliable.
he had actual knowledge of that fact, the affiant
, be it the officer or
To do so, many states offer model affidavits, but many of the affidavits are cumbersome to complete because the affidavit requires a single affiant
, typically the property preservation agent, to attest to a battery of conditions.
It was further discovered that affiant
"Kusch" was someone well known to the AA directors, but his real name was not disclosed at this time.
the residence is unknown to the affiant
and cannot with reasonable