Definition of "O.R."
  1. An abbreviation for 'own recognizance', which allows a person charged with a crime to be released without bail, as long as the judge trusts they will attend all required court appearances
How to use "O.R." in a sentence
  1. The judge decided to release him on O.R. due to his strong ties to the community.
  2. Despite her criminal charge, she was allowed O.R. since she owned substantial property in town.
  3. He was relieved to be granted O.R. as he knew his family would support him through the trials.

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