- Release on own recognizance: refers to a situation where an accused person is allowed to be free while awaiting trial without having to post bail, based on his or her promise to return
- The judge granted the defendant R.O.R. due to his strong ties in the community.
- Given the non-violent nature of her alleged crime and her consistent job history, the defendant was given R.O.R.
- Instead of setting a monetary bail, the court allowed the accused to be R.O.R.