Bail in UK Law

  • R v Jones
    • House of Lords
    • 20 Febrero 2002
    ... ... On 3 December 1997 he and a co-defendant, Mr Roberts, were committed on bail for trial at the Crown Court in Liverpool. In January 1998 both defendants were arraigned and pleaded not guilty. A trial date of 9 March 1998 was ... ...
  • R (A) v Secretary of State for the Home Department
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 30 Julio 2007
    ... ... 22 Thirdly, and of greatest concern in relation to A's detention, in September 2005 A applied to an immigration judge for bail. His application was refused by the judge on 11 October 2005 for reasons which included “Removal is imminent”. It is apparent from a note of the ... ...
  • SB v Secretary of State for the Home Department
    • Asylum and Immigration Tribunal
    • 06 Mayo 2009
    ... ... He was arrested and held without charge for eight months, before being given bail upon his father persuading a neighbour to lodge the deeds of his house as surety. On release the Appellant went on to complete his military service ... ...
  • R v Hayward, R v Jones (Anthony), R v Purvis
    • Court of Appeal (Criminal Division)
    • 31 Enero 2001
    ... ... Defendants who are on bail are not warned at the time of being bailed that they may be tried in their absence. There is no distinction between a defendant who absconds before ... ...
  • R Mh v Sshd
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 14 Octubre 2010
    ... ... In the present case the claimant was detained for a total of 40 months before he finally secured his release on bail. Sales J held that the detention had been lawful for all but the last two months of that period. On the claimant's appeal, brought with permission ... ...
  • Jagdeo Singh v State of Trinidad and Tobago
    • Privy Council
    • 03 Agosto 2005
    ... ... appellant informally raised with Magistrate Deborah Thomas-Felix ("the magistrate"), probably on 11 October 1999, the possibility of granting bail to John, but she indicated that in view of other pending charges he might have to apply to a judge in chambers. The appellant said that he would take ... ...
  • LP (LTTE area – Tamils – Colombo – risk?)
    • Asylum and Immigration Tribunal
    • 12 Abril 2007
    ... ... but not limited to: a previous record as a suspected or actual LTTE member;a previous criminal record and/or outstanding arrest warrant; bail jumping and/orescaping from custody; having signed a confession or similar document; having been asked by the security forces to become an informer; ... ...
  • R (Raissi) v Secretary of State for the Home Department
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 14 Febrero 2008
    ... ... Court Appearance —28 September 2001 47 ... The Law relating to Remand in Custody and Bail Applications within ... Extradition Proceedings 55 ... Court Appearance – 5 October 2001 58 ... Court Appearances – 26 October and 27 ... ...
  • Hurnam v State of Mauritius
    • Privy Council
    • 15 Diciembre 2005
    ... ... In Mauritius, as elsewhere, the courts are routinely called pon to consider whether an unconvicted suspect or defendant should be released on bail, subject to conditions, pending his trial. Such decisions very often raise questions of importance both to the individual suspect or defendant and to ... ...
  • R (on the application of Konan) v Secretary of State for the Home Department
    • Queen's Bench Division (Administrative Court)
    • 21 Enero 2004
    ... ... Further, the claimants had been detained from 10 June 2002 until released on bail on 23 December 2002 and that detention was said to have been unlawful ... 2 On 22 May 2003 the defendant agreed to withdraw the certification ... ...
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