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Report No. 78

III. Interval and Bail

1.8. Interval between commencement of detention and final termination of proceedings.-

Some interval of time must always elapse, in the criminal process between the decision to hold a person for trial and the termination of the trial. What is to be done with the person who is charged with a crime but not yet convicted of it? This question has engaged the serious attention of those who have had to formulate legislative policy in regard to the criminal process.

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