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Bale

A standardized bundle of compressed material, tied together or placed in wrapping. Bales are standardized to weigh different amounts in different countries. They are used to measure shipments of commodities like paper and some agricultural products, such as hay.
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I could have your bail reduced; and then if you had the money you could pay it and skip.
So the bail was reduced to three hundred dollars, and Harper went on it himself; he did not tell this to Jurgis, however--nor did he tell him that when the time for trial came it would be an easy matter for him to avoid the forfeiting of the bail, and pocket the three hundred dollars as his reward for the risk of offending Mike Scully
The news of my being free on bail would reach Sir Percival, to an absolute certainty, before night.
In a ruling, the Magistrate, Mr Olalekan Ijiyode, said he reserved hearing on the bail application till April 11 because of the way the defendants 'misbehaved to the court.
Lori Ponder, owner of 49th Street Bail Bonds states, "Here at 49th Street Bail Bonds, we believe in giving back to the community.
The additional and sessions judge Rawalpindi Amir Shahbaz Mir cancelled the bail of Sheikh Wahid after hearing the arguments from the parties concerned on Saturday.
86 million has been allocated to youth bail support services in Darwin and Alice Springs, as part of the $18.
SHC Chief Justice Ahmed Ali M Sheikh, who headed a two-judge bench, threw out application seeking post-arrest bail for the officer, who had earlier escaped from the court following cancellation of his pre-arrest bail.
The court directed the accused to submit two surety bonds of Rs 200,000 to avail the bail.
There is a justice on duty for the day precisely to act on situations like the posting of bail.
Following Home Office guidelines which came into force this month, bail conditions will have to be lifted after 28 days against suspects who have not been charged.
com/how-to-post-bail/) convict to pay double the bail amount if property is used instead of money.