Comments for: Judges set bail in some cases

Posted March 23, 2011, at 11:12 p.m.

  Maine’s bail commissioners set preconviction bail for almost all defendants. The exceptions are: • A judge will set bail in cases where a defendant is charged with murder. • A judge will set bail in cases in which the attorney for the state requests a Harnish bail proceeding, which …

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