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Police bail

Release from police custody. This procedure is used when investigations, whilst someone is in police custody, have not gathered enough evidence to charge them. The person being released does not have to pay to be released on police bail, but would have to return to the police station for further questioning when asked. Bail is likelyto be given unless the crimes is too serious or there is a risk that someone will behave badly if released.

Explanation attempts (96)

28 Oct 2012 00:37
quote Convicted of a crime but you are not in jail, but you do have restrictions unquote
28 Oct 2012 19:25
quote When you are granted release from prison by the police unquote
28 Oct 2012 19:45
quote Time given or bought after being charged for minor crime that is not thought to be repeated in a way that it could harm the public. unquote
29 Oct 2012 13:08
quote When you are released into the community by a judge. Could be instead of a custodial sentence or a community order. unquote
29 Oct 2012 16:33
quote it means that you have been questioned under caution by police but have not been charged you are released awaiting a decisiom. unquote
29 Oct 2012 16:52
quote An amount of money decided by the courts but paid by an guarantor so the person can be realeased pending their court case. unquote
29 Oct 2012 17:17
quote paying money to be let out of prison until a conviction date unquote
29 Oct 2012 17:27
quote A legal release from custody for someone to answer further hearings at a later stage. unquote
29 Oct 2012 18:46
quote police bail is given by police whilst they still gather evidence to charge you usually for minor offences entails some restrictions. unquote
29 Oct 2012 18:59
quote till furthur notice of what the criminal charge is unquote
29 Oct 2012 22:32
quote This is when someone has been allowed to leave custody after being arrested but must do so under specific instructions and report to a police station on a regular basis unquote
30 Oct 2012 10:45
quote when someone is arrested for a crime but the crime cannot be proven at that time or there isnt enough evidence to hold the person so they are let out on police bail. unquote
30 Oct 2012 16:48
quote An amount of money set by the police to guarantee you will not leave the country and report back to the police when told to unquote
30 Oct 2012 17:13
quote When you are arrested and charge with a crime a judge can grant bail, which means if you give a amount of money then you dont have to stay in jail to wait for a trial. unquote
30 Oct 2012 17:33
quote when a defendent is released from custody but is still under observation unquote
30 Oct 2012 18:11
quote The civil force responsible for the prevention of crime and the sustainability of order. unquote
30 Oct 2012 21:04
quote Being let out temporary until sentenced. unquote
30 Oct 2012 21:28
quote If the police do not have enough evidence to charge you of the crime/offence you have allegedly committed, the police may release you on police bail. You have to be able to return to the police station for further questioning if required by the police. unquote
31 Oct 2012 11:39
quote If a person is arrested for a potential crime and allowed to be released from police custody but required to attend a court hearing will be bailed to attend by a sum of money being deposited with a court which will be forfeited if the person accused does not attend. unquote
31 Oct 2012 12:01
quote An amount of money which is paid in order that a person who is awaiting trial can be released from prison. unquote
31 Oct 2012 13:14
quote The police have allowed release pending a court appearance. Not sure if security e.g. money deposit required. unquote
31 Oct 2012 15:47
quote Police bail is when a crime has been committed and either there is not yet sufficient evidence to hold the person in custody or the crime is not severe enough to hold the person in jail. Money may have to be paid to guarantee that you will return to court when requested. unquote
31 Oct 2012 17:41
quote When you are released on bail unquote
31 Oct 2012 17:43
quote someone who has been arrested and will be let out with certain terms and conditions unquote
31 Oct 2012 17:51
quote Where you get bailed out of jail. unquote
31 Oct 2012 20:36
quote A payment of money paid to the court so that a prisoner may be released into the community until trial. This money acts as a guarantee to ensure the 'accused' attends court for trial. If 'they' do not then this money will not be returned. unquote
31 Oct 2012 21:00
quote This is where someone has been arrested and charged with an offence but allowed to go free but must return to the police station, or to attend court, at a specified time. There may be other conditions set by the police that the offender must comply with. unquote
31 Oct 2012 22:19
quote Although a crime may have been commited, the person involved is not deemed to be a danger to the public so is not held in a prison. Will return to court at a later date for sentincing. unquote
31 Oct 2012 22:50
quote It means you've been arrested but not charged, so are allowed out of custody for a certain amount of time. unquote
31 Oct 2012 22:52
quote Released on bail under watch from policeman. Not completely under suspicion for said crime but kept a short eye and not necessarily deemed innocent unquote
1 Nov 2012 18:29
quote bail money?? unquote
1 Nov 2012 21:41
quote Released whilst police compile evidence for any further action, on the assumtion that you ar ento a danger or at risk to offend again in the immediate future unquote
1 Nov 2012 22:23
quote Money put up for a person who has been charged with a crime by another person. This money will be forfeited it the bailed person does not attend court when required unquote
20 Nov 2012 23:49
quote following a preliminary hearing, a defendant is placed on remand to the community awaiting trial without the need to post a collateral sum of money unquote
21 Nov 2012 00:48
quote Giving a surety to guarantee that the person being bailed won't abscond from the police. In a manner of speaking, if you're rich enough to be able to run if you know you'll be found guilty, it's a legal bribe. Some of that's a political statement, rather than straightforward answer, but it doesn't mean I think it's any less true. unquote
21 Nov 2012 08:22
quote Someone who has been charged with a crime has been released at the discretion of the police rather than by a court. unquote
21 Nov 2012 09:34
quote When you're released by police after being arrested, but they may call you back. unquote
21 Nov 2012 11:02
quote you have been charged with a crime and are allowed to leave custody as long as you return for court and if you dont you will have to pay or your family will have to pay unquote
21 Nov 2012 12:53
quote being released from police custody on a temp basis, while still being on a criminal charge. unquote
21 Nov 2012 17:41
quote Someone spent money to get the person out of jail unquote
21 Nov 2012 19:07
quote released from police custody usually for a down payment of money yo abide by the terms and conditions for bail. unquote
11 Nov 2013 15:50
quote When you have committed a crime and are allowed to pay money to stay out of prison until your trial. unquote
12 Nov 2013 10:07
quote Release from jail to live a normal life while awaiting trial unquote
14 Nov 2013 19:35
quote Paying your way out of prison. unquote
14 Nov 2013 20:44
quote When some one has been accused of a crime but there is not enough evidence to convict them at this time, they are released on police bail until the date of the next hearing about the crime. This usually involved them being monitored by the police during this time. unquote
14 Nov 2013 21:48
quote to be released from a police station, but have to report to police on set dates and stay within certain areas and abide by any rules the police have set. maybe due to the person having to appear in court or on trial unquote
14 Nov 2013 23:59
quote When you're not in prison but you're under surveillance & strict rules by the police & they can arrest you whenever they want & check up on you all the time for a certain period of time unquote
15 Nov 2013 18:07
quote charged but released from custody unquote
15 Nov 2013 23:25
quote It means that you're judgement/trial/investigation is pending, but you can be called back in by the police at any time and probably shouldn't leave the country/commit anymore crimes. unquote
16 Nov 2013 07:53
quote When someone is released from custody of the police if they pay a certain amount of money set by a judge. unquote
16 Nov 2013 08:25
quote Letting a person be free whilst the police prepare a case or find more evidence, complete more investigations. A promise to return to police/courts at a later date - sometimes by paying a fee or forfeitng a passport etc unquote
16 Nov 2013 12:02
quote This is when someone has been released from the cell after having spent time there due to having committed some sort of a crime or perhaps causing a nuisance to society e.g. too drunk in public and needed time in a cell to sober up. unquote
16 Nov 2013 13:39
quote someone who has been arrested but not yet charged and remains under scrutiny of the police unquote
16 Nov 2013 20:30
quote When a person is accused of wrongdoings and goes to court and is released on bail pending trial. unquote
17 Nov 2013 14:09
quote An amount of money which can be paid to allow someone to be freed from police custody. If the suspect breaches the bail conditions the money is kept by the police. unquote
17 Nov 2013 17:05
quote The arrested person is allowed by the police to leave the police station under some terms, maybe a payment or curfew for e.g. unquote
17 Nov 2013 17:07
quote Permission granted to an accused person to leave police custody, pending further evidence. unquote
17 Nov 2013 17:08
quote Having been arrested, you are allowed out 'on bail', whereby you can leave the police station. Inevitably you will have a court case etc. Can not leave the country. unquote
17 Nov 2013 18:22
quote when you are allowed to go home in between your arrest and your trial unquote
17 Nov 2013 18:38
quote when the offender is released post arrest/pre trial - often has rules and regulations they have to follow whilst a decision is being made by the court. unquote
17 Nov 2013 19:16
quote You have been accused of a crime and have been released from custody and are waiting to go to trail. unquote
17 Nov 2013 19:29
quote Money that is paid to get out of jail unquote
17 Nov 2013 19:52
quote giving money to the police as tribute so that the offender can be released from the police station. they may have performed a minor offence. unquote
17 Nov 2013 23:49
quote Police bail is granted to someone accused of a crime before a trial if it is deemed safe to do so. unquote
18 Nov 2013 13:08
quote If when a person who is taken to a police station after committing a crime/offence, the crime/offence is not deemed to be severe enough for them to be held in the police cells or taken to a prison etc, then they will be released on police bail. There are terms to adhere to, and it will be noted that the person has been taken to the station, and thus the crime will be recorded. unquote
18 Nov 2013 15:14
quote get out of custody before trial- doesn't mean you're innocent unquote
18 Nov 2013 18:16
quote After someone has been arrested, they are then allowed to be released until there is enough evidence to charge them or until a court hearing unquote
18 Nov 2013 20:46
quote When they let you go but you have to come back and your still in trouble unquote
18 Nov 2013 20:56
quote Released from custody pending further investigation or court appearance unquote
18 Nov 2013 22:21
quote when someone is released after being questioned because there is not enough evidence to charge them yet unquote
7 Nov 2014 22:08
quote When you get released from the police with terms and Conditions of a offence you may have done. unquote
10 Nov 2014 20:32
quote being let of prison or holding cell subject to a fee and character profile (unlikely to re offend) awaiting a date for a court case. also subject to certain limits on freedom (no leaving the country) unquote
10 Nov 2014 22:56
quote Bail is a temporary liberty granted to a defendant in a case, it often has conditions attached to it and penalties that will be enacted should the defendant break bail. unquote
11 Nov 2014 11:10
quote I imagine police bail is the release of someone from Police custody which I assume would be followed by a court date unquote
11 Nov 2014 13:23
quote It is when you have been arrested and taken into custody for a short period and then you have been released as it was a minor crime. unquote
11 Nov 2014 15:48
quote A person being released from jail whilst investigations are ongoing but with restrictions and requirements on their movements including penalties for the breaking of these terms. unquote
11 Nov 2014 16:37
quote Money paid by the police in order to enable a suspect to live outside of prison before final sentencing. unquote
17 Nov 2015 10:22
quote To release the person from police custody while still a suspect or under arrest.Also the suspect is not aloud to leave the area or country. unquote
17 Nov 2015 11:15
quote The time spent between being arrested for a crime and being tried for said crime unquote
17 Nov 2015 16:16
quote Where an individual is released pending a possible charge but must return if needed for more questioning unquote
19 Nov 2015 13:30
quote When someone has been charged with a crime, but are not due in court for ages, instead of staying in prison they can be on police bail while waiting for a court date. unquote
19 Nov 2015 14:18
quote When a suspect leaves police authority without charge however will have to go back and face the charge later in time unquote
21 Nov 2015 14:53
quote If someone is on Police bail, they are allowed to go home depending on the severity of crime they have been accused of with the Judge's permission. Sometimes they are electronically tagged and have to surrender their passport to the court. unquote
21 Nov 2015 16:20
quote When someone is arrested after questioning by police and charged with a crime they can be released back to their life until they are needed for further questioning , & not kept in a police cell . unquote
21 Nov 2015 18:58
quote The police have let somebody off in terms of if that person was once deemed to be in trouble. unquote
22 Nov 2015 11:57
quote Released from police custody with agreed restrictions; i.e staying within the area with restricted travel while further police investigations are ongoing unquote
22 Nov 2015 21:58
quote When you're arrested, you go infront of the judge and if they believe that you're a danger to the public then you stay in police custody unless someone pays a bond to the police. You are then released and if you don't turn up to your court date then the person doesn't get their bond back. unquote
23 Nov 2015 00:38
quote Police bail is when you are released from custody by the police force with the possibility of return at a later date. unquote
9 Nov 2016 15:57
quote To be released from the police station after being charged with an offence. Usually a penalty is in place if the offender skips bail. unquote
10 Nov 2016 10:43
quote Where you can pay some money to get out of being in prison before a trial has been had? unquote
10 Nov 2016 13:59
quote To be let out from Police custody pending a court case and paying a fine. unquote
10 Nov 2016 22:34
quote When the police release you from custody after committing an offence but keep regular checks on you until you are required for interviewing, court or for having your bail terminated. unquote
11 Nov 2016 12:37
quote When the police release you from prison for a certain reason. unquote
14 Nov 2016 17:05
quote if you are ever arrested and at the police station police bail may be offered if you have done a lesser crime like theft. Police Bail means you can leave the police station even if you are arrested. There are sometimes terms to police bail. unquote
15 Nov 2016 02:00
quote After an arrest you are allowed to leave the holding place and move around in public, but you must return immediately if asked and you are metaphorically on 'thin ice' for if you were to commit another crime in this time the punishment would be compounded unquote
15 Nov 2016 02:00
quote After an arrest you are allowed to leave the holding place and move around in public, but you must return immediately if asked and you are metaphorically on 'thin ice' for if you were to commit another crime in this time the punishment would be compounded unquote

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