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Bail

This is the right to be released 'pending trials' — this means the defendant is free to go in between arrest and trial.-- they must appear in court on an appointed day--there are two types: police bail and court jail. — this is the right to be released 'pending trials' — this means the defendant is free to go in between arrest and trial--- they must appear in court on an appointed day--there are two types- police bail and court jail- — #This is the right to be released 'pending trials' — this means the defendant is free to go in between arrest and trial--- they must appear in court on an appointed day--there are two types- police bail and court jail- — this is the right to be released 'pending trials' — this means the defendant is free to go in between arrest and trial--- they must appear in court on an appointed day--there are two types- police bail and court jail-

Police bail.--this is issued by the police--usually after arrest and before trial--it can also be issued on the street and the defendant will need to appear at the police station at a later date.

Definition of bail--bail is when the defendant is free to go in between arrest and trial

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Bail

If you have committed a really serious Offence you may not get bail

Murder and **** there is no bail. Also if you are a flight risk then possibly no bail as well if you may interfere with the criminal investigation.

Potential options; a residence order-- a curfew/tag-- surending their passport--a surety (pay a deposit) — a restraining order-- reporting to a police station at regular intervals-- possible drug and alcohol treatment.

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