Rule 113. Bail before sentence
Before sentence, an adult person arrested and charged with any offense
which may be tried by the family division of the court, may be admitted to bail
by the judge; before appearance and in the absence of such judge, he may be
admitted to bail by the clerk of the court; and before appearance and in the
absence of such judge and clerk, he may be admitted to bail by the chief of
police or other police officer in charge of the police station.--Amended Oct.
14, 1994, eff. Nov. 16, 1994.
Change of name of juvenile and domestic relations division. Act
Sept. 24, 1983, No. 4855, ' 1, Sess. L. 1983, p. 138, repealed former Chapter
11 of Title 4 of the Virgin Islands Code, which established the juvenile and
domestic relations division, and added a new Chapter 11, relating to the family
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