Judicial interim release
Filed Under: Criminal Law
3 definitions found for this term.
Definitions are presented in the order source books were published (most recent first).
The Charter of Rights and Freedoms, 7th edition$75.00 – $120.00
The release of an accused person pending trial, formerly referred to as bail.
Understanding Bail in Canada$34.95 – $55.92
Another expression for bail introduced into law by the Bail Reform Act in 1972.
Trauma, Trials, and Transformation
Guiding sexual assault victims through the legal system and beyond$29.95 – $47.92
A judicial order that releases the accused from custody prior to trial. The release is unconditional unless the prosecutor shows cause to impose certain conditions. A judicial interim release cannot be granted for certain serious criminal offences, for example, murder, mutiny, or treason.