1. What three classifications of offences are there?
- minor, triable either way and indictable
- summary, triable either way and indictable
- summary, medium and indictable
- summary, triable either way and serious
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2. What is a written order to arrest someone called?
3. What is police bail?
- When police do not have enough evidence to charge suspect, so let them go free
- When suspect is proved guilty but courts are too busy for sentencing
- After suspect charged, they are told they can go free but must attend Magistrates' Court on a certain day
- After suspect charged, they are told they can go free and are acquitted of all charges
4. What happens when police are not willing to bail a suspect?
- The suspect is taken to Magistrates' Court ASAP
- The suspect is remanded in custody indefinitely
- The suspect is taken to Crown Court ASAP
- The CPS are left to make the decision
5. Which of these are examples of conditions that can be imposed on bail?
- Reporting to police station at set times
- Leaving the country
- Living with a police officer
- Only being allowed out at night
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