What does $0 NBR jail mean?

What does $0 NBR jail mean?

NBR, “no bond required”, means that a defendant can be released from custody and await trial without paying a bond. When defendants receive an NBR, they can be released with a signature promising to arrive at a later court date. This has become more common during our pandemic because of lengthened court proceedings and delays at almost every level.

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