backed for bail

backed for bail

in England, when a magistrate grants a warrant it can show that, when arrested, the person shall be released on bail.
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Judge David Griffith-Jones QC issued an arrest warrant not backed for bail for Thornton after he failed to attend the hearing.
Judge Stephen Ashurst issued a court warrant not backed for bail.
He failed to comply with a supervision requirement and an education training programme so breach proceedings were brought by the probation service and a warrant backed for bail was issued.
"ose instructing me attempted to call his mobile phone and received no response," he said Judge Sally Cahill QC issued a bench warrant not backed for bail for the arrest of Balaz, of Hastings Terrace, Bradford.
But Judge Guy Whitburn issued a warrant not backed for bail, meaning when she is arrested she will be held in custody.
The Home Office has unveiled detailed plans to restrict the way courts use warrants that are "backed for bail".
It is believed Smith died after falling from an eighth floor flat when the police turned up to execute the bench warrant, which was not backed for bail.
Judge Dudley said: 'A warrant not backed for bail will be issued for their arrest.
Judge Nicholas Mitchell, at Shrewsbury Crown Court,issued a warrant for Evans' arrest -not backed for bail.
The magistrates issued a warrant for his arrest not backed for bail, which means he will now be picked up by police and held in custody to ensure he appears in court.
Judge Peter Armstrong issued a bench warrant not backed for bail at the hearing.
Breach proceedings brought by the probation service were before Cardiff Crown Court in February 2007 and a warrant backed for bail was issued.