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Termination of bail

A bail agreement is terminated when the person is sentenced, or acquitted, or the charges are withdrawn [Bail Act 1985 (SA) s 20].

In other words, once a bail agreement has been applied for and entered into, it continues, unless at some time a review of bail is applied for by the police or the Crown, or the agreement is revoked - until the charge against the person has been decided.

Termination of bail  :  Last Revised: Tue Oct 7th 2014
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