Bail Applications

When a person is charged with an offence. The accused is taken to have been in the custody of the Police. Police have the powers to grant bail in most cases however in some serious criminal offences the accused need to apply bail through a court. Generally, it is harder to get bail in some heinous crimes where court finds that the release of the accused might be a risk to the community at large. The court may also put bail conditions like reporting to the nearest police station or not engaging with a group of people whilst on bail. A person must comply to the bail conditions. A breach of any of the bail conditions could result in bail being revoked. Our Criminal Lawyers are experienced with bail applications and appear regularly in courts throughout NSW.

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