Glossary of Terms
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Money or other security pprovided by the defendant, or by others on her behalf, to assure that she will appear at the required stages of the trial process.
A warrant that a judge issues for someone's arrest. A judge may issue a bench warrant in a number of circumstances, including when someone does not obey a court order or fails to come to a court hearing that s/he was ordered to come to.
To enter into police records a suspect's name and the crime for which he was arrested.
A written summary of a client's case, usually summarizing relevant laws and facts.