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The court might order someone to be released from jail and pay some amount of money in exchange, or pledge of property and promise that he or she will attend all necessary hearings in court.
This money (bail) will only be refunded to the accused if he or she returns to court for all scheduled hearings. The bail will be refunded whether the accused is found guilty or innocent after trial. However, if the accused misses a court schedule, the money or property is not refunded and the court might issue a warrant for his or her arrest.
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