Art. 339. Bail will also be revoked when the existence of a non-bailable crime is recognized, in case of innovation in the classification of the crime.
Non – bailable crime
Bail and non-bailable offenses: If there is innovation in the classification of the offense imputed to the defendant ( articles 383 and 384 ), an innovation that recognizes the existence of a non-bailable offense, the bail must be revoked. But this does not necessarily imply the arrest of the accused. See the subheading Consequences of cassation under the heading Incapable surety , in notes to article 338.