Bail circumstances justifying partial payment of bond

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Bail – Circumstances justifying partial payment of bond by sureties – Escape of accused in daring and unexpected way. 1967/245. Condition that accused shall appear daily at police station not valid and no penalty can be imposed for its breach. 1967/245. Consequences of default – Surety may not be imprisoned. 1968/96. Forfeiture by bondsman where accused fails to appear but is later pro- duced by bondsman – Power of court to review forfeiture by way of revision. 1967/244. May be granted where accused was originally detained under Preventive Detention Act and subsequently charged. 1968/139. Special conditions improper. 1968/416. Surety’s obligation continuous until affirmatively discharged. 1967/245. When it may be granted to person arrested pursuant to official secrets act. 1967/441. Bail pending appeal. See: APPEAL. Change of venue – Grounds for. 1968/416.
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C CRIMINAL PROCEDURE (Continued) Charge – Abusive language – Proper form. 1967/440. Accused charged separately cannot be tried together 1967/344. Alteration during trial. 1968/312. Assault with intent – Proper form 1967/440. Cattle – theft – Owner or special owner of cow must be specified. 1967/415. Charge against different persons for unrelated offences may not be joined in same information. 1967/303. Contempt of court – Specific charge should usually be made. 1967/63. Defective charge curable on appeal where particulars set out all ingre- dients of offence. 1967/21. False accounting – Intent to defraud must be specified. 1968/481. Grievous harm – Proper form 1968/392. Grievous harm in addition on to practicing with out licence invalid for dup- licity. 1967/201. Housebreaking – Proper form. 1967/416. Land under repealed statute – Error sometimes curable 1968/423. Material variation between particulars of charge and facts proved. 1968/54; 1968/55. Obtaining by false pretences – Charge must set out nature of false pre- tence. 1967/220. Obtaining by false pretences – Each offence must be charged in separate count. 1967/34. Obtaining by false pretences – Intent to defraud must be alleged. 1968/55. Obtaining by false pretences – Separate charge should be made for each payment. 1967/35 Rogues and vagabonds – Insufficient particulars given. 1968/148.
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Separate instances of single offence – Charges should be consolidated. 1968/372. Separate offences must be charged in separate counts. 1967/346. Theft – Property stolen should be itemized. 1967/446. Theft superfluous to charge of shop breaking. 1968/182. Twin charges of abusive language and brawling proper for acts occurring in single transaction. 1968/36. Twin charges of indecent assault and abduction permissible for single transaction 1968/464. Where new charges is brought after prosecution witnesses have already testified accused must be advised of right to recall witnesses. 1967/201; 1967 Wrong quotation of section number harmless error. 1967/345. C1 CRIMINAL PROCEDURE( Continued) Counsel – Right to adjournment in order to obtain counsel. 1967/99.
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