Can a juvenile be denied bail and held pending trial in Monmouth County?

Yes, in New Jersey, a judge will have the authority to keep a juvenile detained, pretrial, pending the outcome of their case, if the facts surrounding the incident warrant it. Anytime a juvenile is taken into custody and charged as a delinquent and denied release to a parent or guardian, a hearing must be conducted the next morning to determine if the juvenile will formally be detained. Learn more about detention hearings in juvenile court in Freehold.