What Is a Pretrial Felon?

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A pre-trial felon is a person who has been accused or indicted with felony, but has not yet been condemned, and is awaiting trial. Felonies differ from country to country and may be considered to be an offence such as murder, or burglary of grave character than misconduct, particularly a federal crime and crimes carrying a punishment of more than a year. A felon is a person who has committed a felony.
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Thanks Fish, another question if you can answer please, my soon to be ex has been in jail for 3 days and I just found out. A bond has been set for 75,000.00 but I am trying to find
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During a pre-trial hearing, you will go before the judge. The judge will determine whether or not your case should move forward onto a trial or be able to be settled at this point.
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Pretrial probation is a form of punishment whereby a criminal defendant agrees to abide by terms of probation before a final adjudication of the case is entered. Pretrial probation
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I believe a Pre-trial Felon is someone who has been charged with a felony who is already a convicted felon. At the time of his last arrest, he was probably still on parole, right?
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