(a) The issuance and execution of a warrantis governed by Title 77, Chapter 7, Arrest, Section 78A-6-106, Section78A-6-111, Section 78A-6-112, and Utah Rule of Criminal Procedure 40.
(b) After a petition is filed, a warrant forimmediate custody of a minor may be issued if the court finds from the factsset forth in an affidavit filed with the court or in the petition that there isprobable cause to believe that:
(b)(1) the minorhas committed an act which would be a felony if committed by an adult;
(b)(2) the minorhas failed to appear after the minor or the parent, guardian or custodian hasbeen legally served with a summons;
(b)(3) there is asubstantial likelihood the minor will not respond to a summons;
(b)(4) the summonscannot be served and the minor's present whereabouts are unknown;
(b)(5) the minorseriously endangers others and immediate removal appears to be necessary forthe protection of others or the public; or
(b)(6) there arereasonable grounds to believe that the minor has run away or escaped from theminor's parent, guardian or custodian.
(c) A warrant for immediate custody of aminor may be issued if the court finds from the affidavit that the minor isunder the continuing jurisdiction of the court and probable cause to believethat the minor:
(c)(1) has left thecustody of the person or agency vested by the court with legal custody andguardianship without permission; or
(c)(2) has violateda court order.
(d) A warrant for immediate custody shall besigned by a court and shall contain or be supported by the following:
(d)(1) an order that the minor be taken to ajuvenile detention or shelter facility or an adult detention facility, ifappropriate, designated by the court at the address specified pending a hearingor further order of the court;
(d)(2) the name,date of birth and last known address of the minor;
(d)(3) the reasonswhy the minor is being taken into custody;
(d)(4) a timelimitation on the execution of the warrant;
(d)(5) the name andtitle of the person requesting the warrant unless ordered by the court on itsown initiative pursuant to these rules; and
(d)(6) the date,county and court location where the warrant is being issued.
(e) A peace officer who brings a minor to adetention facility pursuant to a court order for immediate custody shall soinform the person in charge of the facility and the existence of such ordershall require the minor's immediate admission. A minor so admitted may not bereleased without court order.
(f) This rule shall not limit the statutoryauthority of a probation officer to take a minor who has violated a conditionof probation into custody.
(g) Return of service on a warrant shall beexecuted within 72 hours unless otherwise ordered by the Court.
(h) The juvenile court to retain and filecopies - Documents sealed for twenty days -Forwarding of record to court withjurisdiction.
(h)(1) At the time of issuance, the juvenilecourt shall retain and seal a copy of the search warrant, the application andall affidavits or other recorded testimony on which the warrant is based andshall, within a reasonable time, file those sealed documents in court fileswhich are secured against access by the public. Those documents shall remainsealed until twenty days following the issuance of the warrant unless that timeis extended or reduced. Unsealed search warrant documents shall be filed in thecourt record.
(h)(2) Sealing and retention of the file maybe accomplished by:
(h)(2)(A) placingpaper documents or storage media in a sealed envelope and filing the sealedenvelope in a court file not available to the public;
(h)(2)(B) storing the documents byelectronic or other means under the control of the court in a manner reasonablydesigned to preserve the integrity of the documents and protect them againstdisclosure to the public during the period in which they are sealed; or
(h)(2)(C) filingthrough the use of an electronic filing system operated by the State of Utahwhich system is designed to transmit accurate copies of the documents to thecourt file without allowing alteration to the documents after issuance of thewarrant by the juvenile court.