- 1 What to do if you have different bail conditions?
- 2 What happens if you breach your bail in NSW?
- 3 What happens if police let you go on bail?
- 4 When did I go on bail for assault?
- 5 When do you get your bail money back?
- 6 What happens if you don’t appear in court after bail?
- 7 What happens when a judge revokes a defendant’s bail?
- 8 How long do you have to surrender after bail jumping?
What to do if you have different bail conditions?
If you have different bail conditions for different offences, it is a good idea to ask the court to make the conditions match with your other bail (s). For example, all bails should specify that you live at the same address and they should not make you report to different police stations at the same time.
What happens if you breach your bail in NSW?
If a police officer thinks you have breached your bail but thinks your breach is not serious (for example, you are a few minutes late to report to police), they can instead decide just to warn you and not arrest you. The decision is up to the police officer. If you are taken back to court, you may or may not be given bail again.
What happens if police let you go on bail?
After you have been charged, police have to decide whether to let you go or not. If police decide to let you go, they can either just release you and tell you when you must attend court or they can release you on “bail”. Bail means being allowed to go free in relation to the offence you are charged with.
When did I go on bail for assault?
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When do you get your bail money back?
Do You Get Bail Money Back if the Person Is Not Released? Bail money is refunded if the person must remain in jail. If the defendant is not released from jail after bail is posted, All Pro Bail Bond does issue a complete refund to the individual who paid the funds. How to Get Bail Money Back
What happens if you don’t appear in court after bail?
Under state and federal law, failing to appear in court after bailing out of jail is its own crime. That means that defendants who “jump bail”: may forfeit bond (the amount they paid for bail)
What happens when a judge revokes a defendant’s bail?
This freedom comes with a lot of strings attached: If a defendant violates bail conditions, fails to show up in court, or gets arrested again, the judge can revoke the defendant’s bail and put the defendant back in custody. After revocation comes forfeiture of the bail money or bond.
How long do you have to surrender after bail jumping?
Many provide that the defendant has 30 days to surrender after bond forfeiture. Because bail jumping is its own offense, the defendant’s innocence as to the charges that led to arrest typically isn’t a defense to the failure to appear.