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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