Send an accused person back to custody whilst they are awaiting trial. Remand orders can be made at any stage of the judicial process following the adjournment of a trial.

Explanation attempts (89)

29 Oct 2012 17:34
quote Held in police custody unquote
29 Oct 2012 18:59
quote To detain unquote
29 Oct 2012 19:00
quote Keeping a suspect in custody. unquote
30 Oct 2012 08:52
quote I think remand means to be held as in 'to be remanded in custody' unquote
30 Oct 2012 11:16
quote When a prisoner is "locked up" between being arrested and the trial unquote
30 Oct 2012 12:28
quote a person is on remand when they have been arrested and are being kept in prison awaiting a trial. unquote
30 Oct 2012 15:02
quote In gaol on suspicion of a crime but not yet convicted. unquote
30 Oct 2012 15:02
quote Awaiting your sentencing unquote
30 Oct 2012 18:11
quote Sending a legal case back to a lower court with intentions of further proceedings. unquote
31 Oct 2012 09:22
quote to be remanded in custody/on remand: think this means the person who has been charged has been allowed to leave the prison/holding cell between when they are first charged and the trial - but they must not leave the area or country. unquote
31 Oct 2012 12:01
quote Being held in custody whilst awaiting trial unquote
31 Oct 2012 14:55
quote A person has been released from the prison system with conditions. They may have to check-in regularly with a guidance officer, or carry out some community service. unquote
31 Oct 2012 15:07
quote Taken in unquote
31 Oct 2012 16:50
quote If you are placed on remand in prison you havent as yet been convicted. You can also be remanded on bail. unquote
31 Oct 2012 20:36
quote Term usually used is 'on remand' and believe this is used when someone is held / sent to prison and awaiting trial in a court of law. unquote
31 Oct 2012 22:24
quote Remanded in custody. pending a trial unquote
1 Nov 2012 21:37
quote A delay in court proceedings unquote
4 Nov 2012 15:55
quote bein held either in custody or if released then under certain conditions.whilst awaiting trial. unquote
20 Nov 2012 21:04
quote When a person is in prison but hasnt been convicted of anything they are awaiting trial but the offence is serious enough not to allow bail or the police suspect they may skip bail unquote
20 Nov 2012 23:13
quote prison, after you have been charged but before trial. you are considered innocent because you haven't been proved guilty but you are considered dangerous enough or likely to try to run away so as not to be given bail unquote
20 Nov 2012 23:18
quote To be 'on remand' is to be held (i.e. detained) in a secure unit pending trial. unquote
20 Nov 2012 23:24
quote Keeping a person in custody prior to trial unquote
21 Nov 2012 05:08
quote This is a period when someone who has committed a crime needs to report in with the police. If they committ a crime during this period their original crime will be taken into account as well. unquote
21 Nov 2012 08:38
quote It means a defendant is released into the public on a licence unquote
21 Nov 2012 08:38
quote To hold a person, or keep them either locked up or in a certain building. unquote
21 Nov 2012 11:02
quote you are not al;lowed bail and have to astay in custody unquote
24 Nov 2012 20:46
quote Being held in custody pending trial unquote
26 Nov 2012 19:28
quote To hold in custody for some time. unquote
25 Apr 2013 22:31
quote I suspect that remand is a term used to mean being held in captivity or quarantine, though relating to a police situation that captivity would be commonly referred to as custody. I base my opinion on the fact that the word "remand" is similar to "reprimand" which means to punish, punishment in school (the sole environment which I co-exist with others my own age on a daily basis ) means detention which is why I believe "remand" is similar to "reprimand ":) unquote
11 Nov 2013 15:50
quote Put someone in custody when they are waiting for a trial or bail. unquote
12 Nov 2013 09:48
quote To me remand means being returned to prison having already been there previously, if you're out on bail etc and breach that. However I have rarely seen it in use and usually see repremand. unquote
13 Nov 2013 13:49
quote to take. unquote
13 Nov 2013 15:48
quote To be kept away from everything, so that other influence cannot have an affect. unquote
14 Nov 2013 21:06
quote Getting something back after it was taken away. unquote
14 Nov 2013 21:38
quote To detain unquote
14 Nov 2013 23:01
quote A period of time when someone who has been sent to prison is allowed back into public but will be sent to prison if they commit a crime/don't turn up to probation within a set time frame. unquote
15 Nov 2013 13:23
quote withhold/retain unquote
15 Nov 2013 17:47
quote Not that sure, got a feeling its either being taken into custody or put on bail. unquote
15 Nov 2013 21:51
quote served sentence but if you do anything else wrong you are sent straight back to jail. unquote
16 Nov 2013 02:51
quote You are on remand after committing or being involved in a crime. It is usually court ordered and a penalty is issued if an individual commits an offense or is involved with crime while being on remand. unquote
16 Nov 2013 07:53
quote When someone has to be brought back into custody. unquote
16 Nov 2013 13:39
quote serve a prison sentence unquote
16 Nov 2013 17:08
quote Being arrested unquote
17 Nov 2013 09:36
quote To keep in custody pending trial or appearance in court. unquote
17 Nov 2013 11:51
quote Detain or keep in custody for a specific length of time. unquote
17 Nov 2013 12:07
quote A person is on remand when waiting for trial unquote
17 Nov 2013 12:21
quote Remand is awaiting trial or awaiting an outcome of law. unquote
17 Nov 2013 12:47
quote To arrest someone, "remanded in custody". unquote
17 Nov 2013 15:48
quote I am not quite sure what this term means. unquote
17 Nov 2013 16:23
quote As a form of punishment unquote
17 Nov 2013 17:04
quote haven't a clue? Demanding something twice. unquote
17 Nov 2013 17:07
quote Arrest someone, holding them in custody. unquote
17 Nov 2013 18:22
quote when you are given an order unquote
17 Nov 2013 18:43
quote kept, so like remanded in custody unquote
17 Nov 2013 20:10
quote Taken into custody. unquote
17 Nov 2013 22:08
quote Kept in custody until a full court hearing is heard. unquote
17 Nov 2013 22:22
quote If a person has been held somewhere by law enforcement unquote
17 Nov 2013 22:40
quote To hold somebody in custody unquote
17 Nov 2013 23:08
quote I don't know unquote
17 Nov 2013 23:21
quote I think remand is a synonym for hold them responsible/accountable, and it would be used by judges/lawyers. I am aware of the phrase 'hold in remand'. unquote
18 Nov 2013 15:23
quote when a person is 'remanded' they have been charged but not yet found guilty or not guilty of a crime but they are therefore detained to certain regulations. unquote
18 Nov 2013 16:30
quote If someone is remanded, they have not been convicted of a crime. Its a middle ground between being charged with an offence and being found guilty. You can be remanded in custody until a certain date for trial. unquote
18 Nov 2013 20:03
quote A person who has been charged, but not convicted with a crime who is being held in custody whilst awaiting trial. unquote
18 Nov 2013 21:00
quote Placing or keeping the defendant in custody whilst the court has been adjourned. unquote
18 Nov 2013 21:02
quote held, as in held in custody? unquote
18 Nov 2013 21:06
quote Someone might remand in custody and therefore be kept in a court or prison. unquote
18 Nov 2013 22:16
quote keeping a suspect in private prior to a trail and sentencing unquote
19 Nov 2013 01:10
quote The holding of a suspect before trial unquote
19 Nov 2013 11:59
quote Release from prison before the expriry of the full sentence - but under order so that you have to be under the charge of a responsible authority eg the police or a remand officer. unquote
19 Nov 2013 13:42
quote keeping a suspect in prison for more questioning unquote
19 Nov 2013 14:47
quote Something during a trial process unquote
24 Nov 2013 11:24
quote To keep someone in jail. "You are are to remand in jail" unquote
7 Nov 2014 19:50
quote Being placed in custody before a court case is heard unquote
8 Nov 2014 22:45
quote To be kept in custody unquote
10 Nov 2014 20:44
quote Remand is being charged with an offence and then imprisoned until the case comes to court for a hearing - ie " on remand". The police think they have a good case not let someone out on bail in this case. unquote
11 Nov 2014 10:39
quote Keeping somebody in a controlled environment if they are suspected to be involved in a crime? They are not guilty necessarily but are in detention...? unquote
11 Nov 2014 12:55
quote being bought back into court unquote
11 Nov 2014 15:18
quote To be arrested. unquote
11 Nov 2014 15:24
quote To be held in custody. "Remanded in custody". unquote
11 Nov 2014 15:37
quote To go backward on things. To reverse decisions unquote
17 Nov 2014 23:00
quote Prisoners yet to be sentenced or put on trial unquote
27 Oct 2015 21:46
quote An offender held at a Police Station while investigations are being carried out into the validity of the offence or crime. unquote
16 Nov 2015 23:58
quote Similar to bail.time on remand is when you have been to criminal court found guilty but are awaiting sentencing unquote
18 Nov 2015 21:32
quote When a person has been released from prison but are still under supervision of the courts or police. unquote
23 Nov 2015 09:46
quote A remand involves going through trial again, for some reason the case requires further court attention. unquote
8 Nov 2016 14:54
quote remand in custody...to detain someone, to get them in handcuffs, the action of taking someone into custody unquote
9 Nov 2016 12:45
quote I don't know unquote
9 Nov 2016 23:27
quote When one is temporarily punished. unquote
11 Nov 2016 20:22
quote i'm not sure. is it when you are stuck somewhere unquote


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