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If you are charged with a criminal offence and refused bail by the police, you will be brought before a Magistrate in the Local Court to decide whether you should be granted bail. You only get one opportunity to make a bail application in the Local Court, so it is very important that you seek… Read more »

If you are charged with an offence and released on bail, you will usually be subject to certain conditions on your behaviour. If you breach any of those conditions, police can arrest you and take you back into custody. It is common for police to do bail checks while court proceedings are pending, so it… Read more »

If you or a family member are faced with having to apply for bail in court, one of the first things your lawyer will speak to you about is whether your matter is “show cause” or not. What is “Show Cause”? In NSW for bail, generally offences are split into two categories, show cause offences… Read more »

If a person is refused bail in the Local Court they have a right to make an application for Supreme Court bail.