RHODE ISLAND CRIMINAL DEFENSE
A Practice Manual, 4th Edition
© John E. MacDonald
BAIL GUIDELINES, HEARINGS AND REVOCATION
Right to Speedy Hearing
Mello v. Superior Court, 370 A.2d 1262, 1266 (R.I. 1977). A person arrested and held without bail must be brought before a justice within forty-eight hours. If the court holds the defendant without bail, a bail hearing date must be set within ten business days, excluding weekends and holidays.
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