(1) If a court hearing an application as required by subsection 65T(2) or paragraph 65U(3)(b) adjourns the hearing, the court must:
(a) order the alleged offender to be kept in such custody as the court considers appropriate during the adjournment; or
(b) order that the alleged offender is to be released from custody, either on his or her entering into a recognisance (with or without surety or security) that he or she will attend before the court on the resumption of the hearing or otherwise.
(2) This section does not authorise the holding in custody of the alleged offender during an adjournment of proceedings that:
(a) is expressed to be for a period of more than 24 hours; or
(b) continues for more than 24 hours.