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Judicial Interim Release

A judicial interim release is a bail hearing for an accused in custody on new charges; the accused is to be released pending trial unless the Crown can "show cause" to detain. In some cases (i.e. murder) the burden is on the accused to "show cause" why release on bail should be granted. Also see Bail Hearing.

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