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Bail and Remand
Remands before Trial
remand in custody
Suicide in prisons and remand centres
Screening and prevention
The Special Rights of Persons Detained on Remand
Remand for Plea. Bail Decisions and Plea Bargaining as Commensurate Decisions
Fostering Children and Young People on Remand: Care or Control?
Remand to Fast-Track Prompt Implementation: A Critical Assessment of the ‘Double Adoption’ Remand Proposal in Chair’s Text and an Argument for a ‘Single Adoption’ Alternative
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(1) To be on remand is to be in detention pending trial for a criminal offence, where bail has not been granted (cf imprisonment as a sentence following conviction). Prisons ...
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