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606(3) An accused is not entitled as of right to have his trial postponed but the court may, if it considers that the accused should be allowed further time to plead, move to quash or prepare for his defence or for any other reason, adjourn the trial to a later time in the session or sittings of the court, or to the next of any subsequent session or sittings of the court, on such terms as the court considers proper.

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breach-of-bail-recognizanceA discussion about breaches of recognizance and the consequences a breach can have on the outstanding substantive charge. Systemic pressures on an accused are analysed, with a view from sparing the clients from a systemically coerced plea.





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