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Jail or Bail: Should I Stay in Jail and Await Trial?
Jail or Bail: Should I Stay in Jail and Await Trial?

Here’s a hypothetical situation, but one that’s very common: an individual has been arrested and accused of a crime, and there’s a pretty strong case against them. He or she may assume that they’re probably going to spend some time in jail anyway, so why bother with a bail ...

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