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PostSubject: Bail Hearing   Fri Jul 14, 2017 7:35 pm

The right to bail is not explicitly guaranteed by the Federal government. Some states, however, have enacted Constitutions or laws that require bail for certain offenses. In states where there is no Constitution or law guaranteeing bail, a court will usually entertain the setting of bond without a motion by the accused. If, however, there is no motion by the court, the accused may request a bail hearing.

A bail hearing does not mean that the accused will be released on bail. A hearing merely provides the accused the opportunity to determine whether bail will be set. In most instances, if the crime is not a capital offense and the individual does not pose a threat to society or present a flight risk, then bail will usually be available.

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