A judge can refuse bail on the following grounds…
- Danger to the community – Bail may be refused if you are considered a danger to the community.
- Tampering with evidence – If you are considered a threat to tamper with evidence, bail may be refused.
- Repeat offenses – If you have a history of repeated offenses or a history of failing to appear in court, bail may be refused.
- Serious offenses – If you have been charged with a serious offense, such as murder, bail may be refused.
- Flight risk – If you are determined to be a flight risk due to poor bond history of not showing up
- Breaking a court order – Wearing an electronic tracking device and going too close to the place or person that they should not be
These are general guidelines, and each case’s specific circumstances may differ.