Who may prosecute writ.
Parents, guardians, etc., may act for persons under disability.
Who may grant writ.
To whom directed—Contents.
Delivery to sheriff if to him or her directed.
Service by sheriff if directed to another.
Service when person not found.
Return—Attachment for refusal.
Form of return—Production of person.
Limitation upon inquiry.
Duty of courts when federal question is raised.
Admission to bail or discharge—Duty of court.
Writ to admit prisoner to bail.
Compelling attendance of witnesses.
Officers protected from civil liability.
Warrant to prevent removal.
Warrant may call for apprehension of offending party.
Execution of warrant.
Emergency acts on Sunday authorized.
Writs and process—Issuance—Service—Defects—Amendments.
Proceeding in forma pauperis.
Rules of court: RAP 16.3 through 16.15.