What is bail and how do I apply for bail?
Bail is the temporary release of someone who has been charged with an offence and is awaiting the conclusion of the matter.
If you are under suspicion of committing a criminal offence, the police can either let you go or arrest you and take you to the police station to be formally charged. Once charged at the station, the police may grant you bail. If police refuse you bail, you will be kept in custody pending the next available court date.
It is important to understand your rights when under arrest. One of those is the right to refuse to participate in an interview. Another is the right to speak with a Lawyer.
At Aubrey Brown Lawyers, our accredited Criminal Lawyers handle cases like yours every day. If you have been arrested, refused bail and remanded in custody, Contact Aubrey Brown Lawyers without delay. Our Criminal Lawyers will meet with you to discuss the circumstances surrounding your arrest and handle everything required to prepare for a bail application.