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Get to know more about Chapter 15-A under the North Carolina Bail Bonding Laws

 

 

Under 15A-534, to determine conditions of pretrial release, a judicial official must impose at least one of the following conditions:

(1) Free the defendant if he gives a written promise to appear. (2) Free the defendant on his execution of an unsecured appearance bond in an amount specified by the judicial official.

(3) Keep the defendant in custody of a designated person or organization agreeing to administer him.

(4) Necessitate for the execution of an appearance bond in a specified amount secured by a cash deposit of the full amount of the bond, by a mortgage pursuant to G.S. 58-74-5, or by at least one solvent surety.

(5) House arrest with electronic monitoring.

 

When condition (5) is enforced, the defendant must execute a secured appearance bond under subdivision (4) of this subsection. When condition (3) is imposed, the defendant may choose to execute an appearance bond under subdivision (4). Read more to get a clear idea about the conditions.

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Check out the procedure for determining conditions of pretrial release

If no condition is recommended, the judicial official will necessitate the execution of a secured appearance bond at least double the amount of the most recent previous secured or unsecured bond for the charges.

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