Justice Clemence Honyenuga, Justice of the Appeal Court however, cautioned her to report fortnightly to the Cape Coast police where she was originally arrested for allegedly stealing a bag of cassava.
Out of the number, 16 were granted bail, five cautioned, bonded and discharged, three bonded and discharged whilst two were convicted and imprisoned.
One case was heard from another court where 15 applications were refused.
The cases heard ranged from robbery, murder, manslaughter, stealing and narcotics.
Justice Honyenuga said he was happy with rumours that convicts freed under the project are being re-arrested for other crimes.
He said research carried out by a team of experts had discredited the assertion adding: "We should not dent the successes being chalked out by this JFA project.”