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The question of bail arises every time a criminal case is adjourned and the accused is remanded. The subject is therefore of the utmost importance to the criminal practitioner, the CPS, the clerk of the court and the police service. This revised edition of the locus classicus on bail provides a uniquely comprehensive account of the law, practice and procedure at every stage from police station to the House of Lords. The book contains not only the primary legislation and decided cases but also rules of court, decisions of the Legal Aid Board Costs Appeals Committee, guidance on professional ethics and the results of empirical research (including previously unpublished studies). It also includes the new bail arrangements introduced by the Crime and Disorder Act 1998, including changes to the custody time limits, the implementation of overall time limits, and the new custody provisions for juveniles.