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NO PRESET BAIL BOND,
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What happens if someone is arrested for an offense where a court of inquiry (usually a Magistrate Judge) can

1) set a bond, but no schedule of bonds exists, or

2) the offense is one which the accused must appear before the judge for a bond to be set?

If arrested without a warrant, the accused must be brought before the judge within 48 hours of arrest or released. If arrested with a warrant, an accused must be brought before the judge within 72 hours of arrest. If not notified prior to the hearing of the time and place of the hearing, the accused shall be released.

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