Bail is the temporary release of a person accused of a crime, by the court. The court instead of sending a person to the jail, sets them free. A sum of money or property has to be deposited to the Court as a guarantee so that the person makes an appearance back in Court whenever they are required to do so. Indian law categorizes offences into two categories, those that are bailable and those that are non-bailable.


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