Can a bail order be appealed?

Can a bail order be appealed?

You can appeal a bail order if you cannot pay or follow the conditions set by your judge. A bail order can also be appealed on the prosecutor’s side if they think you may be a flight risk or a danger to others. If they can argue this in court, your bail can be increased or canceled. The defense can also argue for an appealed bail order in their favor if they are unable to pay or can substantiate their trustworthiness in the eyes of the judge.

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