PROCEEDINGS IN CRIMINAL CASES
BAIL AND RECOGNIZANCES
597:5-a When Requirable; Bail and Recognizances for Person Detained for Probation Violation.
Upon motion duly made, a court shall schedule a bail hearing. Every court may, when a person is accused of an offense or a probation violation in which said court is authorized to receive bail, release said person on personal recognizance or require him or her to recognize, with sureties, to appear at a future time before the court or any other competent tribunal.
Source. 2005, 230:2, eff. Jan. 1, 2006.