There are many kinds of guarantees between courts and prosecutors. A veto is provided through the service of your legal advisor. The most important differences are as follows:
Counselor Abdul Abadu said a previous judge: Murder is forbidden in bail. A bail is a form of property deposited or pledged to the court to persuade a suspect to be released. Imprisonment, on the understanding that the accused would return to trial or the bail would be confiscated.
The accused is then brought before the Public Prosecutor’s Office, with his detention for a certain period pending investigation, and then the person is summoned to the court to ask the prosecution to continue his detention, and then the role of the trial comes. The law also allows the accused, other than the murder, to request his release on bail , If the charge is a felony or misdemeanor punishable by imprisonment
He pointed out that the sponsorship is determined by the type of case and the quality of the crime and corruption committed by the accused and its impact on society and the prosecution is studying the financial situation of the accused and accordingly decided the amount of bail.
There is a difference between the guarantees of the prosecution and the guarantees of the judiciary as follows:
Ensure the prosecution:
Determined by the Attorney-General in all the prosecution, which is imposed on the accused as a kind of guarantee, to return to the investigation again and has the right to recover at the end of his trial if he obtained a patent or was saved investigations .
The judge shall issue the following in the following cases:
1_ In case the defendant is held in custody, the judge may release him on bail until the end of his trial and a final judgment against him.
2. Where a judgment against the accused is issued by a court of delicts and becomes enforceable, such as robberies, beatings, checks, trust receipts and unauthorized construction, in which the judge is sentenced to imprisonment and the bail is estimated to stop the execution of the sentence until he has appealed the sentence.
an appellate court of appeal 1. He may appeal the judgment only if the bail is paid. If he waives payment, the judgment becomes enforceable and may be arrested at his home or on the street.
2_ There are circumstances where the bail may become a punishment, when the defendant fails to attend the dates of the hearings and the procedures of investigations on the dates imposed on the papers, the bail is confiscated and not received again.