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Yes. In some cases an accused can get out on his or her “own bail” without a surety. For this to happen, the accused may be have to report regularly to the police, or to another organization, such as:
These organizations can offer an accused supervision in situations where they might not be able to find a family member or a friend to be a surety. There may also be other organizations in the courthouse that offer similar services.