Monthly Archives: May 2019

It is not always easy to understand the process of bail. We are here to answer all your questions about bail. If you do not find the answer to your question, please do not delay in contacting us, url here. What are bail and bondsman? A bail is a contract between the court and a bail agent who indicates that the agent will make sure that the defendant appears in front of the court for all of their required hearings or will pay the full bail amount to the court. If an individual is arrested and a bail has been established by the court, the individual can secure his release while the case is pending by putting cash or property, equal to the full bail amount, as collateral in court. Once the case has been concluded in court, your guarantee will be returned to the depositor. If an individual does not have…

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According to the constitutional precepts, a person must be considered innocent until his or her conviction, that is, until the final sentence of his sentence is passed – so when the decision can no longer be appealed. As a rule, a person could not be arrested before this time, however, there are three types of arrest that can exceptionally happen to the rule: arrest in the act, temporary arrest and custody . And it is about pre-trial detention that the we will explain to you. WHAT IS PRE-TRIAL DETENTION? Pretrial detention is used as an instrument of the judge in a police investigation or in criminal proceedings , that is, it is a procedural instrument . It can be used before the conviction of the defendant in criminal or criminal action and even be ordered by the judge. In both cases, the arrest must follow the legal requirements to be…

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In order to be able to carry out a profession, obtain a permit or to enjoy a deferred payment, it is sometimes required by law that you provide a guarantee or bail, often in favor of a government agency. This guarantee or bail the counterparty that you are meeting your legal obligations. If you then fail to do so, your counterparty may demand compensation under the bail or guarantee. Guarantees or bail Typical statutory guarantees are customs and excise guarantees, permit guarantees (eg transport or broker licenses), timber guarantees, environmental guarantees and EU regulatory guarantees (eg agri-food guarantees). To guarantee that you meet your contractual obligations, your contractual counterparty may request a guarantee or bail. The guarantee assures the counterparty that you will perform the contract properly and on time. If you do not, your contractual counterparty may claim compensation. Guarantees are often requested, for example, to ensure the construction…

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