In South Australia, bailout issues are governed by the Bail Act of 1935. Complainants should be informed of the restrictions imposed on the accused, either by the Crown, by the police or by the victims` services. It should be noted to a complainant that an accused is not allowed to contact the complainant again if there is a “contactless” bond, even with the complainant`s consent. Complainants who wish to resume communication and/or do not want the criminal proceedings against their spouse to continue should be asked for independent legal advice (see further discussion in persons who may be released under the Bail Act 1985 (SA) s 4 (1), are those who: A Supreme Court judge may grant bail as soon as the defendant appears before the Court on the day or after the sentencing [see Lease Act 1985 (SA) s 5(1) (a)] and at the defendant`s request to verify a bail refusal by a magistrate or district judge [see Bail Act 1985 (SA) s 14]. A bail check is not a call; it is an oral de novo procedure (treated as a new application) in which the application is filed in its case and on the basis of the information available to it at the time of the review [see also Bail Act 1985 (SA) s 15A]. For minor offences, an accused may be summoned to court without bail. In the case of serious offences or suspected suspects not to appear, they may be remanded in custody while awaiting trial. A suspect is on bail in cases where preventive detention is not warranted, but where it is necessary to induce the suspect to appear. Bail amounts may vary depending on the nature and severity of the offence charged against the suspect; procedures for determining bond amounts vary. It is considered that the conditions of detention should not be imposed unless they are sought or approved by the Crown [see Bail Act 11(3) and R/Duke [1999] SASC 431].

However, the Court has discretion to order bail for house arrest where, despite the Crown`s opposition to the release of an applicant, funds are available for supervision of house arrest [see R/Quinn [2004] SASC 41 and R/Cooke (2003) 231 LSJS 406; [2003] SASC 403]. The terms of a bail agreement may vary and include: Questions may be anticipated for an earlier court list if a security deposit condition must vary. In France, bail may be ordered by the investigating judge or the judge of freedoms and detention in the context of judicial review under French law [78] (before the trial).