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Synonyms for bail

scoop

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bail out

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bail something or someone out

Synonyms for bail

money supplied for the temporary release of an arrested person that guarantees appearance of that person for trial

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one who posts bond

to take a substance, as liquid, from a container by plunging the hand or a utensil into it

bail out: to catapult oneself from a disabled aircraft

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Synonyms for bail

(criminal law) money that must be forfeited by the bondsman if an accused person fails to appear in court for trial

the legal system that allows an accused person to be temporarily released from custody (usually on condition that a sum of money guarantees their appearance at trial)

release after a security has been paid

deliver something in trust to somebody for a special purpose and for a limited period

secure the release of (someone) by providing security

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empty (a vessel) by bailing

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remove (water) from a vessel with a container

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The claimants asked for 15 million Yemeni riyals but it was left to the discretion of the court to decide the compensation amount," the judge said.
Her parents, Bill and Julia, are in the city for the trial and under Japanese law may, at the discretion of the court, question their daughter's alleged killer and give their opinion on sentencing.
The penalty was a fine not exceeding 40 shillings or at the discretion of the court, imprisonment with or without hard labour for a term not exceeding one month.
24) In general, though, the discretion of the court to modify the terms of a bond is extremely limited.
During the trial, Mr and Mrs Hawker, of Brandon, near Coventry, Warwickshire, will be classed as "victim participants" and will be able, at the discretion of the court, to question the defendant and give their opinion on sentencing.
During the trial, William and his wife Julia, from Brandon, will be able, at the discretion of the court, to question Ichihashi and give their opinion on sentencing.
Under Japan s legal system, the family will be able to question Ichihashi at the discretion of the court and give their opinion on sentencing.
She seeks unspecified compensatory damages, costs and lawyers' fees and other relief at the discretion of the court.
the secured lender's collateral and proceeds thereof, including rents, issues and profits) and applies or disposes of the property and its proceeds at the discretion of the court when it does not seem reasonable for either party to the litigation to hold them.
This event covered the impact of the recent government changes to the restrictions on legal aid for judicial review and the proposals in the Criminal Justice and Courts Bill to limit the discretion of the court in judicial review cases, particularly those involving clients without means but with issues important to the wider public interest.
If he does take the matter to court, there is no cap on the amount he could be awarded as it is at the discretion of the court and was unpredictable.
Wherever there are no specific provisions for pets or livestock in provincial protective order laws, the broad discretion of the court may allow for their consideration in most protection orders.
The transfer of the litigation to Tekmira is subject to the discretion of the court and INEX believes there is no prejudice to Protiva if the litigation is transferred.
Whether the clause satisfies the `reasonableness test' depends upon the discretion of the court.
The company's actual results could differ materially from any anticipated future results, performance or achievements described in the forward-looking statements as a result of a number of factors, including but not limited to, the discretion of the court to deny preliminary or final approval of the class action settlement, the ability of class members to opt out of the settlement and/or object to the settlement prior to the court's approval, and other possible contingencies as to whether the settlement will be consummated.