If the police do not feel they are able to keep a person in custody but are not prepared to let that person go free, they may release that person on bail. Breaching bail can be a very serious matter and as such legal advice should be sought. MK Law houses a number of experienced solicitors and police station representatives who are on hand to provide advice and help throughout your process.
Where a person is released on bail, conditions may be imposed. Depending on the nature and circumstances of the offence there is a long list of potential conditions which may be imposed. The most important condition which will be imposed is the return date. When granted a bail to return, the police will provide details of the date, time and location where they next expect to see the person in relation to this matter. Often this will be at the same police station in a few days’ time. It is vital to note these details down and ensure they are followed no matter what.
The police may impose other conditions such as electronic tagging, curfew, reporting to a specific police station at certain times, or not to contact specific people. Whatever conditions may be imposed; it is imperative that the conditions are followed as the consequences could be very serious.
If you are facing a Bail to Return you should seek legal advice immediately. It is vital that you receive the best advice possible and provide as much detail of the facts of your case as you can to ensure the right result for you.
MK Law is on hand to help you through all stages of the process.
For more information on the law or consequences of a Bail to Return, or to discuss your case please call MK Law on 02086922694 Or e-mail email@example.com