remand (on), remand in custody

The noun remand is preceded by the preposition on:

  • The suspect was placed on remand.

As a noun or a verb, remand is followed by the preposition in in the expression remand in custody.

  • The prisoner is on remand in custody.
  • The accused was remanded in custody in the fall.

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