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What happens in a federal detention hearing?

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A federal detention, also known as a pre trial determination hearing, serves as a bond hearing in federal court. The standards that the court are to review are: A), is the person a threat to the community; and B) are they a flight risk. Unfortunately, in federal court, oftentimes there is a presumption of detention. However, that presumption can be overcome in the event that the court finds a legitimate basis for bond.

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