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Police bail in United Kingdom

Police bail Meaning

Police bail in Scottish Law

Someone arrested by the police can be released if they sign a document called an undertaking, which means they promise to come to court at a later date and agree to certain conditions, such as not committing any other crimes.

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  • Article Name: Police bail
  • Author: MacCallum
  • Description: Police bail Meaning Police bail in Scottish Law Someone arrested by the police can be released if they sign a document [...]

This entry was last updated: February 6, 2015

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