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General Court. Act concerning bail in criminal prosecutions, 1825
In 1825, the General Court issued an Act relative to bail in criminal cases. If bail is allowed and a bail bondsman bails a subject, he may bring
that subject back to jail at any time and receive the bail money back. If the subject jumps bail and/or fails to appear and the bail bondsman can find
him and return him to jail, he can get some money back, but not all. If the subject escapes to another jurisdiction and is apprehended there, the
Sheriff of the jurisdiction is obliged to take the subject to at least the next nearest county and that county pushes the subject one more county closer
to the original jurisdiction and so on until the subject is back in the original jurisdiction. (Digitized from a microfilm copy of title originally
held by the Massachusetts State Library).
Title:   An act concerning bail in criminal prosecutions.
OCLC Number:   1367351272
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