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Bail commonly means release on one’s own bond, with or without sureties. Every accused person is presumed to be innocent until proved guilty The effect of granting bail is not to set the accused free, but to release him from custody and to entrust him to the custody of his sureties who are bound to produce him to appear at his trial at a specified time and place.

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