no-bail

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See also: no bail

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no-bail (not comparable)

  1. (law) (of a warrant, detainment, or hold) that requires to deny bail
    • 2015, Kelly Ray Knight, Addicted. Pregnant. Poor.
      "Now I had a no-bail warrant out on me at this time. That means they have to arrest you. They have to take you into custody."

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