remanding order

Definition of "remanding order"
  1. An instruction given to a law enforcement officer to keep a defendant in custody until they can appear in court or post bail
How to use "remanding order" in a sentence
  1. The judge issued a remanding order for the suspect due to the severity of his alleged crimes.
  2. Without bail, she remained in jail under a remanding order.
  3. Because he was deemed a flight risk, a remanding order was put in place.

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