Failure to surrender to bail- Sentencing Guidelines Council

Posted November 30th, 2007 in bail, sentencing by sally

“Council publishes advice to sentencers on bail offences.”

Full guidelines

Sentencing Guidelines Council, 29th November 2007


Gault v United Kingdom (Application No 127/05) – Times Law Reports

Posted November 28th, 2007 in bail, human rights, law reports by sally

Gault v United Kingdom (Application No 127/05)

European Court of Human Rights

“The Court of Appeal of Northern Ireland was in breach of the European Convention of Human Rights in refusing bail, when the prosecution did not object, to a mother of triplets pending retrial on a charge of murder.”

The Times, 28th November 2007


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Bail hearing held in private to protect the victim – The Times

Posted October 30th, 2007 in anonymity, bail, blackmail, news, royal family by sally

“A bail hearing this week involving one of two men alleged to be involved in a gay sex-and-drugs blackmail plot will be held in private — against the principle of open justice in the courts.”

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The Times, 30th October 2007


Barrymore to answer police bail – BBC News

Posted September 10th, 2007 in bail, murder, news, sexual offences by sally

“Michael Barrymore is to answer bail later after he was quizzed by police over the death of a man found dead by a swimming pool at his former home.”

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BBC News, 9th September 2007


Man facing trial on 21/7 charge – BBC News

Posted August 17th, 2007 in bail, news, terrorism by sally

“A man charged in connection with the failed 21 July 2005 bombings in London has been committed for trial.”

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BBC News, 16th August 2007


Doubts rise over electronic tags – Daily Telegraph

Posted July 25th, 2007 in bail, electronic monitoring, news by sally

“Breaches of court-imposed bail curfews involving electronic tags quadrupled last year while attempts to remove or tamper with them nearly doubled, according to new figures.”

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Daily Telegraph, 25th July 2007