When you are charged with a criminal offence, the prosecution may argue against you being granted bail.
If you are not granted bail, you will be held in custody until your matters are finalised. Depending on a number of factors, criminal proceedings can take months, and in some instances even years, to finalise. Because there are restrictions on making further bail applications, you need to make your application count.
If you or someone close to you is placed in this difficult situation, contact one of our lawyers for the best advice and representation regarding bail.