CONDITIONS OF BAIL
Bail conditions often include:
CAN THE COURT REFUSE MY BAIL APPLICATION
The court can refuse bail if there is a risk that you will:
WHAT IS BAIL?
If you’ve been charged with a criminal offence you will likely enter into a legal, written promise, also known as a bail undertaking, to attend court at a particular time on a particular date.
Bail is usually given if you are not considered a risk to the community while awaiting trial. If you don’t attend court or fail to comply with all the conditions stated in the bail undertaking, you will be in breach of bail conditions.