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Synonyms for remand

the act of sending an accused person back into custody to await trial (or the continuation of the trial)

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refer (a matter or legal case) to another committee or authority or court for decision

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The FIA counsel told the court that the accused should be handed over to the interrogating agency on a 10-day physical remand for further investigation, however, the court rejected the plea and handed over the accused to FIA custody on a four-day remand.
The police had asked the court for ten days physical remand of the accused but the court gave four days remand for further investigation.
On Monday a judicial magistrate had sent the accused on a three day transit remand in the Rangers Custody.
Nick Hardwick says remand prisoners receive less support than convicted criminals, have an increased suicide risk and poorer access to services.
Juliet Lyon, director of the Prison Reform Trust, said: "People on remand are innocent until proven guilty but account for more than half of all first-time receptions to custody.
Campaigners warned the figures suggested there was "an overuse of remand for children during the riots".
The court recorded the statement of the defence counsel and extended the remand of Hamesh Khan to another 14 days till July 7.
Kodnani, an accused in 2002 riot case, was produced before the court by the SIT after the expiry of her four-day police remand.
Over the past 10 years, the proportion in remand has approximately doubled in most jurisdictions.
Remand foster carers can provide placements for children and young people awaiting trial or sentence within criminal courts.
The 14-year-old, who appeared before Dublin Children's Court charged with possessing the drugs and abusive behaviour, had spent the past four weeks on remand.
A MAN who attacked two police officers spent four months on remand because a hospital bed could not be found for him.
A cross-sectional study was undertaken in 2001-02 of STIs, HIV and drug use among street youth in a juvenile detention facility, adults in homeless detention centres and women and men in a remand centre in Moscow.
A REMAND inmate at Scotland's women's prison has died after a suspected suicide attempt in her cell.
On remand, the district court dismissed the detainee's first amended complaint and the detainee appealed.