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765 ILCS 1045/11

    (765 ILCS 1045/11) (from Ch. 140, par. 111)
    Sec. 11. Search warrant. Whenever the registrant, or officer, or authorized agent of any firm, partnership or corporation which is a registrant under this Act, takes an oath before any circuit court, that he has reason to believe that any supplies are being unlawfully used, sold, or secreted in any place, the court shall issue a search warrant to any police officer authorizing such officer to search the premises wherein it is alleged such articles may be found and take into custody any person in whose possession the articles are found. Any person so seized shall be taken without unnecessary delay before the court issuing the search warrant. The court is empowered to impose conditions of pretrial release on any such person to compel his attendance at any continued hearing.
(Source: P.A. 101-652, eff. 1-1-23.)