Excerpt from Bail Bondsmen, Bail Bond Forfeiture, and Pretrial Release: Report to the 1987 General Assembly of North Carolina
The study of bail bondsmen, bail bond forfeiture, and pretrial release was authorized by Sections 7 and 25 of Chapter 790 of the 1985 Session Laws (1985 Session). That act states that the Commission may consider House Bill 967 and Senate Joint Resolution 297 in determining the nature, scope, and aspects of the study. Section of House Bill 967 reads: The Legislative Research Commission is authorized to study the bail bond system. Section 1 of Senate Joint Resolution 297 reads: The Legislative Research Commission may study the laws of this State concerning the pretrial release from custody of persons arrested and charged with criminal offenses and the administration of these laws. The Commission may consider the conditions. For pretrial release, the various types of bail bonds permitted by law, and the uniformity of the application of the current pretrial release provisions. Relevant portions of Chapter 790, House Bill 967.
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