What Determines Own Recognizance Release

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Not all who are arrested are given the opportunity to be released on own recognizance, which is when a defendant signs formal papers promising to show up for court, then is released from jail. Most defendants are granted bail, meaning they have to pay money to the court in order to be released from jail. […]

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Juvenile vs. Adult Proceedings

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There are different proceedings, rights, and consequences for someone 17 or younger who gets arrested versus someone 18 or older who is arrested. In most states, anyone 17 or younger is called a juvenile, and when they turn 18, they are called an adult. The differences are due to the fact that juveniles have less […]

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Understanding Rights in Detention vs. Arrest

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Understanding the differences between being detained, and being arrested by the police,is important snice a person’s rights are different in each case. Here is what you want to know: Detention To be detained, the police will have reasonable suspicion to stop and question you. That person is allowed to leave after that short period of […]

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