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Making an application for bail

1 Complete a Form 2 - Application for bail (CPR) in the Supreme Court

2 Complete a Form 11 – Affidavit (CPR) in support of the application. If you have already applied for bail and been refused, you must state in the supporting affidavit any change of circumstances that justify a reapplication.

3 Include any supporting affidavits or other documents with the application.

4 File the documentation with the Supreme Court civil registry at the counter or by post. There is also a policy on the website regarding the electronic lodgement of bail applications. (For the Supreme Court and for the District Court)

5 A copy of the application and the supporting affidavits or other documents must be served on the prosecutor. This must be done at least two complete business days (part of a day doesn’t count) before the day the application is to be heard, unless the prosecutor agrees to an extension of time.

Last reviewed
22 June 2011
Last updated
28 March 2012

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