admission to bail

Definition of "admission to bail"
  1. A court order in a criminal case that allows an accused person to be released from custody until trial, provided they deposit a certain amount of money or bond. This process ensures the person's appearance in court when required. The bail can be automatically set in minor cases or during the first court appearance in other situations. While everyone has the right to bail, it is not guaranteed in severe cases due to risk factors like potential escape or further harm
How to use "admission to bail" in a sentence
  1. The judge granted him admission to bail, allowing him the freedom to prepare for his trial outside of jail.
  2. Due to the severity of the alleged crime, his request for admission to bail was denied.
  3. Following his arrest, his lawyer worked diligently to secure his admission to bail.

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