remand (one) to the custody of (someone) To order that one be placed in or returned to legal custody by some law enforcement official. Given the evidence suggesting a flight risk, the judge remanded the suspect to the custody of the sheriff to await trial.
- 1 What happens when you are on remand?
- 2 What happens in remand custody?
- 3 Is remand the same as custody?
- 4 Why would you be remanded in custody?
- 5 Do you get compensation for being remanded in custody?
- 6 How many types of remand are there?
- 7 What does released on remand mean?
- 8 What does remand mean in legal terms?
- 9 Can you get bail after being remanded?
- 10 Can you visit someone on remand?
- 11 Do remand prisoners wear their own clothes?
What happens when you are on remand?
When a person is remanded in custody it means that they will be detained in a prison until a later date when a trial or sentencing hearing will take place. They should also have further rights in prison, such as being able to wear their own clothes and having more visits.
What happens in remand custody?
The word remand generally means to return or to send back but, in the legal world, it has two different meanings. Firstly, it means to send the accused back in the custody of the competent authority and secondly, it means to send back the cases from the appellate court to the lower court.
Is remand the same as custody?
A remand prisoner is someone held in custody while waiting for their trial or sentencing. A remand prisoner may be held in prison, or in police cells, court cells, or psychiatric facilities as required.
Why would you be remanded in custody?
Typically, a suspect will be remanded only if it is likely that he or she could commit a serious crime, interfere with the investigation, or fail to come to the trial. In the majority of court cases, the suspect will not be in detention while awaiting trial, often with restrictions such as bail.
Do you get compensation for being remanded in custody?
remand is a punishment People acquitted after a period on custodial remand are not entitled to compensation, unless they can prove their case has been seriously mishandled, through, for example, malicious prosecution.
How many types of remand are there?
One is Police Custody Remand wherein the arrested person is sent in the custody of the police for the purpose of further investigation and is kept in the police lockup and the second is Judicial Custody Remand where the person is sent to the local jail.
What does released on remand mean?
If the court decides to put you on remand it means you will go to prison until your hearing at a magistrates ‘ court. the police think you may not go to your court hearing. the police think you may commit another crime while on bail. you have been given bail before and not stuck to the terms.
What does remand mean in legal terms?
To remand something is to send it back. Remand implies a return. The usual contexts in which this word are encountered are reversal of an appellate decision, and the custody of a prisoner. A prisoner is said to be remanded when she is sent back into custody to await trial.
Can you get bail after being remanded?
The Right to Bail. Under s. 4 of the Bail Act 1976, on each occasion that a person is brought before a court accused of an offence, or remanded after conviction for enquiries or a report, he must be granted bail without condition, if none of the exceptions to bail apply.
Can you visit someone on remand?
Visits to a prisoner on remand do not require that the visitor is in possession of a visiting order but visits to a convicted prisoner do. However, a convicted prisoner is allowed one ‘reception visit’ within the first few days of arriving at prison and this visit does not require a visiting order.
Do remand prisoners wear their own clothes?
Remand prisoners are generally allowed their own clothing, but in the first prison I was in, this rule wasn’t observed. Clothing could be sent in from friends and family, and exchanged during visits, but the quantities of garments was controlled and could only be swapped on a one for one basis.