Misd_NonTraffic_Bail_Schedule

Misd_NonTraffic_Bail_Schedule - 2010 NON-TRAFFIC...

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A “serious felony” as defined in Penal Code section 1192.7(c). A “violent felony” as defined in Penal Code section 667.5(c), except for a residential burglary under Penal Code section 460(a). Penal Code section 136.1(c) (preventing or dissuading testimony), if a felony. Penal Code section 243(e)(1) (dating-partner battery), if a misdemeanor or felony. Penal Code section 262 (spousal rape), if a misdemeanor or felony. Penal Code section 273.5 (spousal battery) if a misdemeanor or felony. Penal Code section 273.6 (violation of a domestic violence protective order) a misdemeanor. Penal Code section 422 (terrorist threats), if a felony. Penal Code section 646.9 (stalking) if a misdemeanor or felony. [Offenses subject to Penal Code section 1270.1 are marked in this schedule with a single asterisk (*).] 1. Penal Code section 1270.1 requires a court hearing before anyone arrested for certain offenses can be released (a) on his or her own recognizance, or (b) on bail in an amount that varies from the bail schedule. The hearing requirement applies to the following charges: 2010 NON-TRAFFIC MISDEMEANOR AND INFRACTION BAIL SCHEDULE NOTES TO CONFINEMENT FACILITIES 2. Effective January 1, 2000, Penal Code section 646.93 requires the County Sheriff to give notice to the District Attorney of the release on bail of any person who was arrested for a violation of Penal Code section 646.9 (stalking). It also requires the District Attorney to make reasonable efforts to notify the victims about the prerelease hearing required by Penal Code section 1270.1 (see paragraph 1, above), and allows the victims to address the court at the hearing on the issue of bail. [Offenses subject to Penal Code section 646.93 are marked in this schedule with a double asterisk (**).] Note: "+" Symbol preceding bail amount means bail is forfeitable. # M-F = Felony Wobbler M = Misdemeanor I = Infraction I-M = Misdemeanor Wobbler Effective: 07/01/10 Page 1
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OFFENSE DESCRIPTION TYPE # BAIL MAXIMUM SENTENCE P E N A L C O D E NOTE NOTE maximum sentence NOTE maximum sentence NOTE LOCAL MUNICIPAL CODES NOTE: $150 base bail for all unscheduled Local Municipal Code within the local Municipal code NOTE: $50 base bail for all unscheduled Local Municipal Code within the local Municipal code 69 Resist officer by threats M-F $10,000 1 year 71 Threaten injury to pub official M-F $10,000 1 year 76 Threaten GBI pub. off/judge M-F $10,000 1 year 95.1 Threaten juror M-F $10,000 1 year 96.5 Obstruct justice by judicial officer M $10,000 1 year 112 / 113 Manufacturing false documents to conceal citizenship M $5,000 1 year 2010 COUNTYWIDE NON-TRAFFIC MISDEMEANOR AND INFRACTION BAIL SCHEDULE $10,000 bail for unscheduled M-F "wobbler" $5,000 bail for unscheduled Penal Code misdemeanors with 6 months $100 bail for unscheduled Penal Code infractions $5,000 bail for unscheduled Penal Code misdemeanors with 1 year misdemeanors unless a different bail is set All infractions & misdemeanors adopted pursuant to a local municipal code are eligible for bail forfeiture unless prohibited by the
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