The Different Types of Bail

The Factor of Legal Rights in the Justices system

                  Gwendolyn Judson

                  Everest University

                      Introduction of Criminal Justice-28

There are six different types of bail which are full cash bail, deposit bail, security bail, conditional bail, unsecured bond, and release on recognizance. Full cash bail- is the bail must be paid in full out of pocket by the defendant. Deposit bail -deposits a percentage of the bail amount the court. Security bail- the defendant pays a percentage of the bond which they will pay 10 percent to the bond agent who pays the full bail. Conditional bail-The defendant is release after they promise to abide by some conditions in lieu of cash. Unsecure bond-the defendant is release with no immediate requirements of pay. Releases on recognizance-Eligible defendants are released without bail upon their promise to return or trial. Pretrial Detention-defendants who are not release on bail. Prelimary hearing-determine if the prosecutor have enough evidence to go farther with the case to take it in front of a judge to hear. The pretrial detention is when a crime is allegedly committed by an individual, who can be taken into custody. After the arrangement which is the formal reading of a criminal complaint in the presence of the defendant. To inform the defendant of charges that is being brought up on them. The prosecutor will use the evidence to determine whether or not if they have enough to take it in front of a judge. The judge will hear the case and decide if it’s enough to have a trial. This is different from imprisonment the defendant is subject to a pretrial if they are not guilty of some form of crime. Offense usually they are not treated like a prisoner. Pretrial provides restriction on the activities not bad as jail. People are place in pretrial because they cannot afford to pay the bail provided by the court of law. If a person is denied bail because they have...