Public records will reveal the date on which someone was released on bond. There are many court websites that provide all sorts of information, like bail judgments and whether or not someone has issued a bond.
Am I able to be released on bail while being tried?
Yes. If the judge has ordered bail and a defendant has posted the bond and continues to abide by all the laws and regulations then there’s no reason that an individual defendant shouldn’t remain on bond during trial. Bail could be used for ensuring that there is a presence of the defendant in any court proceedings. It is not necessary for a bond to be changed if they’re in attendance.
It is it possible to obtain bail in the event of a crime that is not bailable?
Very likely, not. If you’ve had to be arrested for any offense within a state which has a law that says defendants arrested for that offense cannot be granted bail, it’s likely that you will not be able to get bail. wtf2fyt9jm.