SC allows issuance of ‘precautionary’ hold departure order vs. suspects

The Supreme Court (SC) has approved a rule on the issuance of precautionary hold orders (PHDO) against suspected criminals in cases where the minimum penalty is at least six years and a day.
It could, however, be lifted by a motion filed by the respondent in the case questioning the existence of probable cause against them or showing that they are not a flight risk, or upon posting of a bond in an amount to be determined by the court, the announcement said.

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