What is a remand rearrest?

Remand Rearrest – Defendant ordered by the Court to be held pending bail or adjudication.

What does on remand mean NZ?

Print. When someone is held in custody while they wait for their trial or sentencing it’s called being on remand. A remand prisoner could be held in police cells, court cells, psychiatric facilities or in prison.

What does custody release mean in California?

A release is a document that allows you out of custody and back into the community while your case is in criminal court.

What happens when you are remanded in custody?

When a person is charged with a crime and held in police custody they must be brought to the first available court for the court to decide whether they should continue to be held (remanded) in custody. If a defendant is remanded in custody they will be kept in prison and required to appear in court.

What happens when you get remanded?

Remand means that you will not be given bail and must stay in prison while your trial is going on.

Why would you be held on remand?

Typically, a suspect will be remanded only if it is likely that he or she could commit a serious crime, interfere with the investigation, or fail to come to the trial. In the majority of court cases, the suspect will not be in detention while awaiting trial, often with restrictions such as bail.

What happens when you are on remand?

A remand prisoner is someone held in custody while waiting for their trial or sentencing. A remand prisoner may be held in prison, or in police cells, court cells, or psychiatric facilities as required. The court has to decide if the accused is to get Court Bail.

What crimes do you get remanded for?

You will probably be put on remand if:

  • you have been charged with a serious crime, for example armed robbery.
  • you have been convicted of a serious crime in the past.
  • the court thinks you might not go to your court hearing.
  • the court thinks you might commit a crime while on bail.

Are remand prisoners kept with convicted prisoners?

A person who is on remanded in a prison is not treated as a convicted prisoner, as they have not yet been found guilty of any offence. They should also have further rights in prison, such as being able to wear their own clothes and having more visits.

How long can you be held in remand?

The police can hold you for up to 24 hours before they have to charge you with a crime or release you. They can apply to hold you for up to 36 or 96 hours if you’re suspected of a serious crime, eg murder.

What is a remand/rearrest for a probation violation?

There is no such crime as “remand/rearrest.” The term means the judge ordered him back into the sheriff’s custody. The marijuana charge is a $100 fine and the paraphernalia charge has a maximum of six months in jail. The probation violation is the big deal here…

What is a remand in court?

For example, a remand is necessary if the court believes the defendant may be a flight risk, or likely to leave the state while awaiting his trial. Remand can also mean to return a court case to a lower court from a higher court so the lower court can reconsider the case. To explore this concept, consider the following remand definition.

What does remand/rearrest for burglary mean?

Mr. Dane has very cogently outlined the general law of burglary. The “remand/rearrest” language probably means that he is in custody for one offense and is being remanded and rearrested for another.

When to file a motion to remand a case?

An attorney may file a motion to remand in order to request the court to move the case to a different court. For instance, a motion to remand can ask for a case in federal court to move to state court if attorney thinks federal court has more jurisdiction. Similarly, an attorney may make a motion to remand to ask a federal court.