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When an accused person is not granted bail, they are held in custody, a situation known as being in 'remand' or 'remanded in custody'. There are several reasons why someone might be held in custody: 1. They choose not to request bail. 2. Their bail application is rejected by the police or the court. 3. They are unable to provide a deposit or surety to ensure compliance with bail conditions set by the court. During their time in custody, the following conditions typically apply: 1. They are usually held in a remand facility, distinct from a general correctional facility. 2. They are typically separated from individuals already convicted of crimes. If the accused person is eventually found guilty of the alleged offence, the time spent in remand might be considered when determining their sentence.

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