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    What is the legal term..

    What is the legal term defining someone accused of breaking law but not put in costudy until their trial?

    Thanks in advance.

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    Re: What is the legal term..

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    What is the legal term defining someone accused of breaking law but not put in costudy until their trial?

    Thanks in advance.

    "On bail" if a deposit has been paid to ensure attendance at trial.

    "On his/her own recognizance" (may be an Americanism) if no such deposit has been exacted.

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