Definition of post bail in English:

post bail

Pay a sum of money as bail: if a defendant can post bail and presents no threat, he should be allowed to await trial at home
More example sentences
  • The construction worker was arrested and released after posting bail.
  • So when his family posted bail after several months of pretrial detention, Tyson went looking for a reporter.
  • The two were taken into custody after failing to post bail of 50 million Nepalese rupees each, the reports said.
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