BANK of South Pacific robbery suspect Deshwar Dutt was yesterday given reasons why his bail application was refused.
Mr Dutt, who is being held in remand, and his five accomplices appeared before High Court judge Justice Salesi Temo.
He was told he would have "all the time in the world" to prepare for his trial in remand without distraction.
In his bail application, Mr Dutt had said he was 34 years old, married with two children, and a sole breadwinner.
However, in turning down the application, Justice Temo stated Mr Dutt's aggravated robbery charge was serious, and that the likelihood of him surrendering himself for other court dates were slim if he were allowed bail.
Justice Temo said with Mr Dutt facing other pending cases in the High Court, it was only wise he be remanded until further notice.
The judge also cited the prosecution's "sufficient grounds for conviction" as a further ground for rejecting bail.