1. The Laws of New York
  2. Consolidated Laws
  3. Criminal Procedure
  4. Part 3: Special Proceedings and Miscellaneous Procedures
  5. Title P: Procedures For Securing Attendance At Criminal Actions and Proceedings of Defendants and Witnesses Under Control of Court--recognizance, Bail and Commitment
  6. Article 530: Orders of Recognizance or Bail With Respect to Defendants In Criminal Actions and Proceedings--when and By What Courts Authorized


Section 530.10 Order of recognizance release under non-monetary conditions or bail; in general

Criminal Procedure (CPL)

§ 530.10 Order of recognizance release under non-monetary conditions or

   bail; in general.

  Under circumstances prescribed in this article, a court, upon application of a defendant charged with or convicted of an offense, is required to issue a securing order for such defendant during the pendency of either:

  1. A criminal action based upon such charge; or

  2. An appeal taken by the defendant from a judgment of conviction or a sentence or from an order of an intermediate appellate court affirming or modifying a judgment of conviction or a sentence.