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Art. 330.1. Detention; bail hearing

A. Upon motion of the prosecutor, the judge or magistrate may order the temporary detention of the defendant, for a period of not more than five days, exclusive of weekends and legal holidays, pending the conducting of a contradictory bail hearing.

B. Following the contradictory hearing, upon proof by clear and convincing evidence either that there is a substantial risk that the defendant might flee or that the defendant poses an imminent danger to any other person or the community, the judge or magistrate may order the defendant held without bail pending trial.

Acts 1997, No. 1305, §1; Acts 1997, No. 1498, §1, eff. Nov. 5, 1998.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Louisiana > Ccrp > Ccrp330.1

Art. 330.1. Detention; bail hearing

A. Upon motion of the prosecutor, the judge or magistrate may order the temporary detention of the defendant, for a period of not more than five days, exclusive of weekends and legal holidays, pending the conducting of a contradictory bail hearing.

B. Following the contradictory hearing, upon proof by clear and convincing evidence either that there is a substantial risk that the defendant might flee or that the defendant poses an imminent danger to any other person or the community, the judge or magistrate may order the defendant held without bail pending trial.

Acts 1997, No. 1305, §1; Acts 1997, No. 1498, §1, eff. Nov. 5, 1998.


State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Louisiana > Ccrp > Ccrp330.1

Art. 330.1. Detention; bail hearing

A. Upon motion of the prosecutor, the judge or magistrate may order the temporary detention of the defendant, for a period of not more than five days, exclusive of weekends and legal holidays, pending the conducting of a contradictory bail hearing.

B. Following the contradictory hearing, upon proof by clear and convincing evidence either that there is a substantial risk that the defendant might flee or that the defendant poses an imminent danger to any other person or the community, the judge or magistrate may order the defendant held without bail pending trial.

Acts 1997, No. 1305, §1; Acts 1997, No. 1498, §1, eff. Nov. 5, 1998.

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