Writ of bodily attachment

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A Writ of Bodily Attachment is a writ that commands law enforcement to physically bring a person in Contempt of Court before the issuing judge. The Writ is issued by a judge and executed by the sherrif in the county which the person is located. The issuing judge can be in any county in the state of Florida. The writ directs the sherrif to find and detain the individual named in the writ, who will then be brought before the judge. The sherrif will charge a fee to execute the writ. The fee varries from county to county.

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