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How can bail be considered unusual and cruel? a. bail is not available for a petty crime c. bail is a denied for all crime b. bail is set a extremely high in comparison to the crime d. bail is paid
but person is not released
B. You can't have bail at 1million dollars for robbing a grocery store..
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