What is Bail?
Bail is a process where the Court of Law allow a temporary release of an accused whom is being charged in Court, pending the full disposal of the case. The Court may require certain sums of surety and bond to be pledged before the Court as a security to the accused’s attendance.
The bail amount is dependent upon types of offences, hierarchy of Court (Whether the case is in lower court or High Court) etc. It would also depends whether such offences are bailable or otherwise.
Bail Mitigation is a process where we as your counsel mitigate the amount of bail (if the offence is bailable) and to seek for the Court indulgence to grant bail (if the offence is Non-Bailable).
A person can only be detained up to 24 Hours. After 24 hours and its expiry, the police / authorities must decide whether to release the person from the temporary custody or to apply for a further remand (further detention for more than 24 hours). It is a process where your counsel be allow to visit you in person during the period of detention. It is also a process where your counsel may object against further remand made by the police.