A surety bond can be supplied by a bailbondsman who only puts up a percentage of the amount of money needed, but is liable for the whole amount if the defendant absconds. Cash surety is the ENTIRE amount of the bond must be posted, not just a percentage of it, as in the previous example.
The Chief Justice is the highest sitting judge on the Supreme Court and a judge is just that, a judge of a court.
The jury is the trier of fact in the case. The judge is required to interpret the law for the facts determined.
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It means that the judge has decided on the amount of bail that will be necessary in order ensure the release, and subsequent appearance of, the defendant.
In the Gospel Jesus came as the Saviour, but in the revelation this same Jesus appears as a judge to judge the earth and the devils.
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A bench warrant is a bench warrant whether it is issued by a criminal court judge or a civil court judge.
To be arrested is to be taken into custody by the police. To be the accused is to stand trial before a judge.
A bench trial is a trial by a judge as opposed to a trial by a jury.
a judge is able to make decisions on his/her own, whereas a magistrate must have atleast two other magistrates to confer their decision with.
I already am... I judge the difference between right and wrong every day of my life. Wrong shirt or socks, wrong direction down the road, stuff like that...
Bail is exonerated when the case is over and the surety (the bail bondsman) is no longer required to guarantee the defendant's appearance in court.
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The difference between the prosecution and counsel for defence is that the prosecution is the body that is representing the plaintiff who tries to convice the judge/magistrate that the defendant has committed crime while the counsel for defence is the body that is representing the defendant who tries to convince the judge/magistrate that the defendant has not committed any crime.
A "circuit" judge refers to a judge, usually appointed or confirmed by the governor of a state, to hear cases at the Circuit Court level. An "associate" judge is simply an honorary title. An "associate" judge may be a retired judge, or an inactive judge who occasionally hears cases. An "associate" judge would still have to be qualified to hear cases at whatever level of the court system he is functioning in.
A bench warrant is issued (from the bench) by a judge and their own initiative. . A 'regular' warrant is issued after presentation of sufficient proof (in an affidavit) to a judge who then signs the warrant.
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difference between appeal and review The main object of granting a review of judgment is reconsideration of the same matter by the same Judge, while an appeal is heard by another Judge.
The role of ethics in development is that it gives a child the ability to judge the difference between ethical and unethical behavior.
The only difference is that in a bench trial, the judge is the decider of fact, and there is no jury. Everything else is the same.
AnswerKnowledge is what you know, wisdom is the capacity to judge . Wisdom is knowing what to know, how much and what to do with it. Knowledge is obtained, wisdom is developed.
The earthly Jesus came to save us from our sins but the heavenly son will come to judge us .
Danforth is a judge in the novel The Crucible, which depicts the Salem witch trials. He says that the difference between witchcraft and ordinary crime is that a person accused of witchcraft cannot defend themselves by calling witnesses.