The purpose of bail is to ensure that the defendant returns to court and obey the conditions of his release while awaiting trial. When the event ends, the deposit is no longer required and the jury has found the defendant guilty or not, commitment is removed from the court.
What and how parole works
When a person is arrested and takes prey waiting for a trial, the court provides a sum of money as security, which is based on the seriousness of the crime, the story of the accused and how likely they are to escape from community. The purpose of bail is to allow the person to wait his trial at home rather than in prison, but on the other hand, ensures justice to return to court when I cite again. When the defendant is back in custody, or when the case ends or because a judgment is made or is found guilty, the court exonerates the bond or is left free.
The bail conditions
In some circumstances the court may impose conditions of behavior in addition to the monetary bond, for example, have no contact with the alleged victim or be asked to attend meetings of AA (Alcoholics Anonymous). If these conditions are not met, the court may request an additional bond or apprehend the accused again.
Deposit made by a guarantor
When the court requires a bond determines whether the defendant should pay the money or whether it will accept cash or corporate surety. A corporate bond is made through a surety or bonding company. The guarantor pays to the court and the defendant charged a small amount, usually 10% of all such fees. There are circumstances under which the guarantor may require collateral with the fee if she feared that the defendant poses a risk. When the defendant goes or what new prisoner pleads not guilty, the court returned the deposit. As the guarantor gives the money to the court, he is returned in full. The guarantor the percentage charged the defendant by way of fees for running the risk of losing all the money if the defendant did not return to the court is saved. If the defendant also made a side addition to the money in cash, you will be returned in full.
The security given to court
If the defendant pays court and is arrested again or if he is found innocent, the entire deposit is returned to you. The court does not change the fees for receiving bail. However, it pays interest on securities, even if the money is retained for a long period.
If a defendant has two or more cases pending, the court reviews all cases together when setting bail, but determines one for each one individually. If one case is solved but the others are still pending or the court only returns the number of cases ended, retaining or other. If a person has multiple charges in the same case and is found not guilty in one case and guilty in the other, the defendant may choose to appeal or follow on bail pending retrial. In which case, the court keeps the bail for pending cases. If a defendant posts bail to attend court and not on the date, your deposit is forfeited. If it reappears, your attorney can ask the court to reinstate him. Depending on the reason for which was not provided or the time elapsed between the date set and resubmission, the court may restore it. Again it will be returned once the case is over.