What is remand?

  • (noun): The act of sending an accused person back into custody to await trial (or the continuation of the trial).
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Some articles on remand:

Joe Mercer (jockey) - Career - 1960s
1967 did see two 1968 Classic possibles emerge in Remand and La Mome, but more important the Queen (Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom) first sent horses to be trained by Dick Hern ... Early in May, Remand (Jakie Astor) beat Connaught in his Derby Trial, the Chester Vase, giving the Noel Murless trained colt weight ... the horses appeared to lose form and Dick Hern described Remand's appearance in the paddock at Epsom as being horrible, 'his coat was standing up like a ...

More definitions of "remand":

  • (verb): Refer (a matter or legal case) to another committe or authority or court for decision.
    Synonyms: remit, send back