What is the constitutional right to bail?

What is the constitutional right to bail?

The constitution does not say that we have a right to bail. The purpose of bail is to ensure a defendant appears in court at a predetermined date, but if the person is a flight risk or danger to the public, they can be held without bail. When bail is granted, it is always conditional, meaning it can be revoked if the person on bail breaks the terms of their release or does not show up to court.

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