Bail

Bail,

Definition of Bail:

  1. Release of an arrested or imprisoned accused when a specified amount of security is deposited or pledged (as cash or property) to ensure the accuseds appearance in court when ordered. In civil cases, an accused has a right to be released on bail before the trial. In criminal cases, bail is allowed only on the discretion of the court. The court will deny bail if it is satisfied there are substantial grounds for believing that the accused, if released, would abscond, commit an offence, or interfere with evidence or witnesses.

Synonyms of Bail

Arraignment, Bond, Bucket, Charge, Cup, Decant, Dip, Dish, Dish out, Dish up, Earnest, Earnest money, Escrow, Fork, Gage, Guaranty, Handsel, Hock, Hostage, Impeachment, Indictment, Information, Lade, Ladle, Mainprise, Pawn, Pignus, Pledge, Pour, Presentment, Recognizance, Replevin, Replevy, Scoop, Security, Shovel, Spade, Spoon, Surety, Token payment, True bill, Undertaking, Vadimonium, Vadium, Warranty

Meaning of Bail & Bail Definition