What You Should Know About Conditional Release
What Are Some Typical Conditions Of Release?
The Bail Commissioner or Court may impose nonfinancial conditions of release, which may require that the arrested person do any of the following:
- Remain under the supervision of a designated person or organization;
- Comply with restrictions on the person’s travel, people they associate with or where they live;
- Not engage in specified activities, including the use or possession of a dangerous weapon, an intoxicant or controlled substance;
- Avoid all contact with an alleged victim of the crime and with a potential witness who may testify about the offense; or
- Satisfy any other condition that is reasonably necessary to assure that the person comes to court.
What Are My Rights As A Person On Conditional Pretrial Release?
You have a right to be treated in a respectful and professional manner that is free from any sort of harassment, bias, or discrimination because of your race, color, marital status, age, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry, intellectual disability, mental disability, learning disability or physical disability, including blindness.
What Happens If A Person Does Not Obey Their Conditions Of Release?
If a person does not obey their conditions of release, they can be charged with a new crime or their bond can be modified and revoked by the court and a new bond imposed.
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