Granted bail, then.
Odd to have a sort of pre-trial over what kind of case you should be granted bail for.
Things not much better here, usually get tossed in protective custody for two months for assault.
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Originally Posted by maybe Theresa
Obviously SA is literally a foreign country and, as LP Hartley observes, they do things differently there but I can't recall too many cases of people accused of violent murder being released on bail in the UK.
If he has a case to answer, and the fact that the case is going to trial suggests he does, he's strongly suspected of being a dangerous maniac, so I'm not sure I agree with the magistrate's suggestion he's not a chance of intimidating witnesses.
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I'm pretty sure he'd have got bail here too from what I've heard - might have had to surrender his blades though
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Feck me, is there no-one involved in this trial who doesn't stand accused of trying to or successfully murdering someone?
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