FELONY BAIL SCHEDULE (Penal Code Sections) Presumptive Section Offense Bail

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1 (Penal Code Sections) 67 F Bribery of State Executive Officer $10, F Bribery of Public Officer or Employee (If theft or thing given or offered would be grand theft) $10, F Bribe, Soliciting by Public Officer or Employee $10, F Resisting Arrest/Threatening Officer $15, F Threats to the Life of an Official or Judge $50,000 92, 93 F Bribery, Offering, Accepting by Judges, Jurors, Referees $25, F Offering Forged/False Documents for Filing $5, F Perjury $20, F Subornation of Perjury $10, F Perjury, Capital Case No Bail 136.1(a-c) F Preventing, Dissuading Witness from Attendance, Testifying $50, F Weapon to Intimidate Witness $25, (a) F Inducing False Testimony $25, (b) F Inducing False Testimony w/force/threat of Violence $50, F Bribe or Receiving Bribe Not to Attend Trial $25, F Resisting Officer Causing GBI/Death $50, F Threatening Witness or Witness Family $25, F Assault By Officer Under Color of Authority $5, F Bribery of Councilman, Supervisor, etc. $10,000 **182 F Conspiracy Same as Substantive Offense 182(1,2,3,5) F Various Categories Same as Substantive Offense 182(4) F To Commit Theft Offenses $5,000 1

2 (Penal Code Sections) 182(6) F To Commit Specific Crimes Against Certain Federal and $100,000 State Officials (a) F Participation on Street Gang $25,000 **187 F Murder - With Special Circumstance NO BAIL All Other Murders NO BAIL F Vehicular Homicide (DUI with Gross Negligence) $500, (a) F Manslaughter - Voluntary $50, (b) F Manslaughter - Involuntary $50, (c)(1) F Manslaughter - Driving Vehicle with Gross Negligence $50, (c)(2) F Manslaughter - Driving Vehicle without Gross Negligence $25, (c)(3) F Manslaughter - DUI Without Gross Negligence $50, F Mayhem $50, F Aggravated Mayhem (Life) $500, F Torture $500, F Kidnapping $50,000 See 667.8(a) F Kidnapping for Purpose of Felony Sexual Offense $250, /208(b) F Kidnapping Victim Under 14 $250, (c)(d) F Kidnapping To or From Out of State $250, (a) F Kidnapping for Ransom or Extortion $500, (b) F Kidnapping for Robbery (Life) $500,000 **209.5 F Kidnapping During Carjacking $500, F False Imprisonment - Kidnap to Evade Arrest $100, F Robbery 212.5(a)(b) F 1 st Degree/ATM user $50, (c) F 2 nd Degree $35, F Carjacking $100, F Attempt to Kill Specified Public Officials $100, F Train wrecking (Life) $100,000 2

3 (Penal Code Sections) F Throwing Rocks or Missiles at Common Carrier Without Injury $5,000 With Injury $10, F Assault With Intent to Commit Mayhem, Rape, Sodomy, Oral Copulation, or any Violation of P.C. Section 264.1, 288 or 289 $50, F Administering Drugs to Aid Felony $5, F False Imprisonment with violence, etc $25, F Assault - Upon Custodial Officer $20, F Battery 243(c) F Upon Peace Officer or Fireman $25, (d) F With Serious Bodily Injury $25, F Upon Custodial Officer $20, F Sexual Battery $25, F Assault with Chemicals $10, (a)(1) F Assault with Deadly Weapon or Force Likely to Produce Great Bodily Injury $25, (a)(2) F Assault with a Firearm $50, (a)(3) F Assault with a Machine Gun or Assault Weapon $100, (b) F Assault with a Semiautomatic Rifle $50, (c) F Assault with Deadly Weapon or Force Likely to Produce Great Bodily Injury Upon a Peace Officer or Fireman $50, (d)(1) F Assault with a Firearm Upon a Peace Officer or Fireman $100, (d)(2) F Assault with a Semiautomatic Rifle $200, (d)(3) F Assault with a Machine Gun or an Assault Weapon upon a Peace Officer or Fireman $200, F ADW Public Transit Employee $50, (a),(b) F ADW School Employee $75,000 3

4 (Penal Code Sections) 246 F Shooting at Inhabited Dwelling, Building, Occupied Motor $150,000 Vehicle 261 F Rape $100, F Unlawful Sexual Intercourse $5, F Spousal Rape $50, F Rape in Concert with Force & Violence $150, (h) F Pimping $10,000 If Minor $30, (I) F Pandering $10,000 If Minor $30, F Aggravated Sexual Assault of Child $500, A(A)(1) F Child Mistreating Likely to Produce Great Bodily Injury or $50,000 Death 273ab F Child Abuse Likely to Produce GBI/Death $500, (D) F Child Beating $50, F Corporal Injury of Spouse, Cohabitant of Opposite Sex, or Mother or Father of his or her Child $25, F Corporal Injury on Souse/Cohabitant with Prior $50, F Child Stealing $50, F Bigamy $5, F Incest $100, F Sodomy 286(b)(1) If Victim Under 18 $35, (b)(2) F If Victim Under 16 and Defendant Over 21 $50, (c) F If Victim Under 14 and Defendant More than 10 Years Older than Victim $100,000 If Defendant Compelled Another by Force, Duress or Threats of Great Bodily Injury $50, (d) F If in Concert With Force and Violence $100,000 4

5 (Penal Code Sections) 286(e) F If Committed in State Prison or County Jail $10, (f) F If Victim Unconscious of Nature of Act $35, (a) F Lewd Act with Child Under 14 Years $50, (b) F Lewd Act with Child Under 14 Years with Force $100, a. F Oral Copulation 288a.(b)(1) F If Victim Under 18 $15, a.(b)(2) F If Victim Under 16 and Defendant Over 21 $50, a.(c) F If Victim Under 14 and Defendant More Than 10 Years Older than Victim, or Defendant Compelled Another to Participate by Force, Duress or Threats of Great Bodily $100,000 Injury 288a.(d) F If in Concert with Force and Violence $100, a.(e) F If Committed in State Prison or County Jail $10, a.(f) F If Victim Unconscious of Nature of Act $50, (a) F Continuous Sexual Abuse of child $150, F Penetration by Foreign Object $100, (j) F Penetration with child under 14 by person 10 years older $100, (g)(2) F Failure to Register as Felony Sex Offender $10, (b) F Possession/Distribution of Obscene Matter Depicting Minor in Sexual Conduct for Commercial Purposes $25, (d) F Possession/Distribution of obscene Matter Depicting Minor in Sexual Conduct for Non-commercial Purposes $15, (b) F Use of Minor to Produce Obscene Matter for Commercial Purposes $50, (c) F Use of Minor to Produce Obscene Matter for Commercial Purposes $25,000 5

6 (Penal Code Sections) 314(1) F Indecent Exposure $25,000 With Prior Conviction of Penal Code Section 288 or $5, (1) 337a F Bookmaking $5, (b)(1) F Elder Abuse $25, (b)(2) F Elder Abuse with GBI or Death $50, (e) F Elder abuse/embezzlement (over $400) $20, (f) F Elder Abuse False Imprisonment by Violence or Fraud $25, b F Lynching $25, (b) F Exhibiting Loaded Firearm in Rude, Threatening Manner $15, (c) F Exhibiting Firearm in Presence of Peace Officer $25, F Terrorism $50, (a)(b) F Terrorist Threats/Hate Crime Enhancement for any Felony $75, F Stalking $50, F Embezzlement or Falsification of Accounts by Public $10,000 Officers 451(a) F Arson Causing Great Bodily Injury $250, (b) F Arson, Inhabited Structure $100, (c) F Arson, Structure or Forest Land $20, (d) F Arson, Other Property $10, (a) F Aggravated Arson (w/prior or Excess Loss or Multiple Residences) $500, (a) F Recklessly Causing Fire With Great Bodily Injury $50, (b) F Recklessly Causing Fire, Inhabited Structure $25,000 **453(a) F Recklessly Causing Fire, Inhabited Structure $8,000 **453(b) F Recklessly Causing Fire, Structure or Forest Land $5, (a) F Explosives, Flammable Matter, Possession $50, (b) F Firebomb, Possession, Manufacture, Disposal $50, F Arson During State of Emergency $50,000 6

7 (Penal Code Sections) 455 F Arson, Attempt $10, F Burglary $50, (A) F Residential Burglary $50, (B) F All Other Burglary $15, F Burglary with Explosives $50, to 484(i) F Forgery, Intent; Documents of Value, Counterfeiting Seal; Uttering; Falsification of Records $10, c F Embezzlement of Funds for Construction $5, e(4) F Credit Cards, 4 or More Acquired in Violation of P.C. 484(e) in 12-Month Period $5, f(a) F Credit Card, Make Card Purporting To Be $5, f(b) F Credit Card, Sign False Name $5, g F Credit Card Obtained in Violation of P.C. 484(e) or Forged Card; Used for Obtaining Anything of Value If Value of Goods, etc., received exceeds $400 in Consecutive 6-Month Period $5, h(a) F Credit Card, Fraudulent-Merchant Furnishing Goods with Knowledge of If Payment Received Exceeds $400 in Consecutive 6-Month Period $5, h(b) F Credit Card Issuer-Merchant Fraudulently Receiving Payment From If Payment Received for Goods, etc., Not Furnished Goods exceeds $400 in Consecutive 6-Month Period $5, i(b) F Credit Card Equipment, Possession Without Consent of Issuer $5,000 7

8 (Penal Code Sections) 487 F Grand Theft or Amount of Theft, Whichever is Higher $10, h F Theft of Motor Vehicle $15, F Receiving Stolen Property if Value More Than $400 or Amount Received, Whichever is Higher $10,000 **497 F Stolen Property, Bringing Into State or Amount Stolen, Whichever is Higher $20, F Computer Fraud or Amount Stolen, Whichever is Higher $10, F Embezzlement of Proceeds of Sale of Secured property or Amount Stolen, Whichever is Higher $10, F Embezzlement, Misappropriation by Public Officers or Amount Stolen, Whichever is Higher $10, a F Embezzlement, Disposal of Personal Property Under Lease or Lien or Amount Stolen, Whichever is Higher $10, F Embezzlement by Bailee or Amount Stolen, Whichever is higher $10, F Embezzlement, Misappropriation by Trustee, Contractor or Amount Stolen, Whichever is Higher $10, , 519 F Extortion, Not Amounting To Robbery $10, F Extortion, Obtaining Signature by Threats $10, F Extortion, Threatening Letters $10, F False Personation of Another $10, F Identity Theft $10,000 + $10,000 per victim 532 F False Pretenses $10,000 8

9 (Penal Code Sections) 548 F Defrauding Insurer or Amount Taken, Whichever is Greater $10, F Church Vandalism $50, (b)(1) F Vandalism Loss Over $50,000 $35, (a) F Animal Cruelty/Torture $20, (b) F Animal Abuse/Misuse $10, (c) F Animal Cruelty/Torture-Protected Species $20, (b)(d) F Bringing Gun on School Grounds $35, (a) F Stalking $100, (b) F Stalking with TRO in Effect $150, (c) F Stalking with Prior $150, (b) F Child Molest in Residence or with Prior $15, f(B) F Solicit Murder $50, f(C) F Solicit Rape, etc. $50, F Attempt 664(1) Completed Crime Punishable by State Prison Same As Substantive 664(1) Completed Crime Has Maximum of Life Imprisonment or Death Offense Same As Substantive Offense Except for Attempted Murder **664/187 F Attempted Murder $500, F Petty Theft With Prior Conviction for Petty Theft on Which Time $10,000 Was Served F One Strike Sex Crime $500,000 9

10 (Penal Code Sections) F Probation Violation, NO BAIL $50,000 Probable Cause Arrest F Willful Failure To Appear $100,000 while on bail for felony 1551 F Complaint Against Fugitive NO BAIL 4500 F Assault by Life Prisoner NO BAIL 4501 F Assault With a Deadly $50,000 Weapon by Prison Inmate F Battery on Non-Inmate by $25,000 Prison Inmate 4502 F Possession of Deadly $25,000 Weapon by Prison Inmate 4503 F Holding of Hostages by $50,000 Prison Inmate 4530(a) F Escape, Attempted Escape NO BAIL From Prison with Force or Violence 4530(B) F Escape without Violence by Prison Inmate $250,000 10

11 (Penal Code Sections) 4532(a) F Escape, Attempted Escape by Misdemeanant, Inebriate, or Person on Work Furlough from Jail, Industrial Farm, Etc. Without Force or Violence With Force or Violence 4532(b) F Escape, Attempted Escape by Felon From Jail, Industrial Farm, etc. Without Force or Violence With Force or Violence $25,000 Plus Bail Amount on Original Charge $25,000 $50, F Smuggling Weapon into Jail or Prison $50, F Dangerous Weapons, Manufacture, Sale, Possession: Carrying Explosive or Concealed Dirk or Dagger $10, F Concealable Firearms, Ownership or Possession by Felon, Addict $15, (b)(1) F Concealed Weapon on Person with Prior Conviction of Crimes Against Person, Property, or Involving Drugs For Each Additional Misdemeanor Prior (2 nd, 3 rd, etc.) Add $20,000 $3,000 $20, (a)(2) (A)-(D) F Carrying Loaded Firearm in Vehicle or Public Place w/prior Felony conviction, Etc (c) F Personally Shooting From Motor Vehicle $25, (a)(1) F Manufacture, possession Sale, Etc., of Assault Weapon $50, F Possession of Explosive in Public Place, School, Etc. $500, F Possession of Destructive Device $50,000 11

12 (Penal Code Sections) F Carrying or Placing Explosive on Common Carrier $500, F Possession of Destructive Devices or Explosives in Public Places $100, F Possession of Exploding or Destructive Device or Explosive with Intent to Injure $500, F Exploding Destructive Device or Explosive with Intent to $1,000,000 Murder F Unlawful Explosion Causing Bodily Injury $500, (a) F Exploding Destructive Device Causing Death No Bail 12310(b) F Exploding Destructive Devise Causing GBI $500, F Possession of Materials with Intent to Make Destructive Device or Explosive $60,000 12

13 (Vehicle Code Sections) (a) F Attempting to Evade Peace office While Driving Recklessly $35, F Willful Flight Causing Death $100, F Driving Car Without Consent $25, (a) F Hit and Run: Personal Injury $50, F Reckless Driving Causing Bodily Injury w Applicable Prior $50, /23175 F Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol or Drugs with Three Prior DUI Convictions $50,000 For Each Additional Misdemeanor Prior (4 th, 5 th, etc.) $5, F Driving under the Influence of Alcohol or Drugs: Bodily $50,000 Injury For Each Additional Misdemeanor Prior (1 st, 2 nd, etc.) $5,000 13

14 (Business & Professions Code Sections) 4234 F Dangerous Drugs, Minor as Agent $5, F Dangerous Drugs, Forgery or Prescription, Possession Secured by Forged Prescription $5,000 14

15 (Health and Safety Code Sections) 11152, F Controlled Substances, Writing, Dispensing Prescription $5, , F Controlled Substances, Prescribing, Administering, $5,000 Furnishing F Controlled Substances, Prescribing, Administering, Furnishing to Addict $5, F Counterfeiting Prescription Blank $5, F Illegal Possession of Certain Specific or Classified Controlled Substances $5, F Possession or Purchase for Sale of Certain Specific or Classified Controlled Substances If less than 1 oz. of substance is involved $10,000 If 1 oz. or more of substance is involved $15,000 If over 2 oz. of substance is involved $20,000 If over 6 oz. of substance is involved $30,000 If over 1 lb. of substance is involved $100,000 If over 3 lb. of substance is involved $500,000 If over 10 lb. of substance is involved $1,000,000 If over 25 lb. of substance is involved $2,000,000 If 100 lb. or more substance is involved $5,000,000 15

16 (Health and Safety Code Sections) F Possession or Purchase for Sale of Cocaine Base If less than 1 oz. of substance is involved $10,000 If 1 oz. or more of substance is involved $15,000 If over 2 oz. of substance is involved $20,000 If over 6 oz. of substance is involved $30,000 If over 1 lb. of substance is involved $100,000 If over 3 lb. of substance is involved $500,000 If over 10 lb. of substance is involved $1,000,000 If over 25 lb. of substance is involved $2,000,000 If 100 lb. or more substance is involved $5,000, F Illegal Transportation, Sale, Furnishing of Certain Specific or Classified Controlled Substances If less than 1 oz. of substance is involved $10,000 If 1 oz. or more of substance is involved $15,000 If over 2 oz. of substance is involved $20,000 If over 6 oz. of substance is involved $30,000 If over 1 lb. of substance is involved $100,000 If over 3 lb. of substance is involved $500,000 If over 10 lb. of substance is involved $1,000,000 If over 25 lb. of substance is involved $2,000,000 If 100 lb. or more substance is involved $5,000,000 16

17 (Health and Safety Code Sections) F Person 18 Years or over Using minor in Sale, Transportation, or Giving to a Minor Certain Specific or Classified Controlled Substance If less than 1 oz. of substance is involved $10,000 If 1 oz. or more of substance is involved $15,000 If over 2 oz. of substance is involved $20,000 If over 6 oz. of substance is involved $30,000 If over 1 lb. of substance is involved $100,000 If over 3 lb. of substance is involved $500,000 If over 10 lb. of substance is involved $1,000,000 If over 25 lb. of substance is involved $2,000,000 If 100 lb. or more substance is involved $5,000, F Adult Preparing to Sell to Minor Drugs or Narcotics If less than 1 oz. of substance is involved $10,000 If 1 oz. or more of substance is involved $15,000 If over 2 oz. of substance is involved $20,000 If over 6 oz. of substance is involved $30,000 If over 1 lb. of substance is involved $100,000 If over 3 lb. of substance is involved $500,000 If over 10 lb. of substance is involved $1,000,000 If over 25 lb. of substance is involved $2,000,000 If 100 lb. or more substance is involved $5,000,000 17

18 (Health and Safety Code Sections) F Person Under 18 Years Using Minor in Sale, Transportation, or Giving to a Minor Certain Specific or Classified Substances If less than 1 oz. of substance is involved $10,000 If 1 oz. or more of substance is involved $15,000 If over 2 oz. of substance is involved $20,000 If over 6 oz. of substance is involved $30,000 If over 1 lb. of substance is involved $100,000 If over 3 lb. of substance is involved $500,000 If over 10 lb. of substance is involved $1,000,000 If over 25 lb. of substance is involved $2,000,000 If 100 lb. or more substance is involved $5,000, F Sale or Furnishing Substance Falsely Represented as Controlled Substance, with Respect to Certain Specific or Classified Controlled Substances $10, F Marijuana, Possession 11357(a) F Concentrated Cannabis - Felony $5, F Marijuana: Cultivate, Process Up to 10 lb. $5,000 If over 10 lb. $15,000 If over 25 lb. $50,000 18

19 (Health and Safety Code Sections) F Marijuana, Possession for Sale Up to 1 lb. $5,000 If over 1 lb. $12,500 If over 5 lb. $15, F If over 10 lb. $20,000 If over 25 lb. $50, (a) F Marijuana: Transportation, Sale, Furnishing Up to 1 lb. $15,000 If over 1 lb. $17,500 If over 5 lb. $20,000 If over 10 lb. $30,000 If over 25 lb. $50, F Marijuana: Person 18 Years or Over using Minor in Sale, Transportation, Giving to Minor If over 2 oz. or more $5,000 If over 1 lb. $10,000 Up to 5 lb. $15,000 If over 5 lb. $20,000 If over 10 lb. $30,000 If over 25 lb. $50, F Peyote: Cultivating, Processing $5,000 19

20 (Health and Safety Code Sections) F Maintaining Place for Selling, Giving, Using or Certain Specific or Classified Controlled Substance $10, (b) F Allowing Location to be Fortified for Sale $15, F Narcotic Drug: Forging, Altering Prescription $5, F Enhancement of Punishment for Prior Felony Conviction Related to Controlled Substances $30, F Possession of Controlled Substances $5, F Possession of Controlled Substances for Sale If less than 1,000 pills $5,000 Between 1,000-5,000 pills $8,000 If over 5,000 pills $20,000 If 1 oz. or more of Substance is involved $10,000 If over 2 oz. of controlled substance is involved $15,000 If over 6 oz. of substance is involved $20,000 If 1 lb. or more of substance is involved $30,000 If over 3 lb. of substance is involved $100,000 If over 10 lb. of substance is involved $200,000 If 25 lb. or more of substance is involved $500,000 20

21 (Health and Safety Code Sections) F Possession or Purchase for Sale of PCP If 1 oz. or less liquid or 1 gram powder $10,000 If over 1 oz. liquid or over 1 gram powder $20,000 If over 3 oz. liquid or over 3 grams powder $30,000 If over 8 oz. liquid or over 8 grams powder $50,000 If over 1 quart liquid or 2 oz. powder $75,000 If over 1 gallon liquid or 8 oz. powder $150,000 If over 3 gallons liquid or 1½ lb. powder $250,000 If over 5 gallons liquid or 2½ lb. powder $500,000 If over 20 gallons liquid or 10 lb. powder $1,000,000 If over 25 gallons liquid or 12½ lb. powder $2,000,000 If over 200 gallons liquid or 100 lb. powder $5,000, F Sale of Controlled Substances If less than 1 oz. of substance is involved $5,000 If 1 oz. or more of substance is involved $15,000 If over 2 oz. of substance is involved $20,000 If over 6 oz. of substance is involved $30,000 If 1 lb. or more of substance is involved $50,000 If over 3 lb. of substance is involved $100,000 If over 10 lb. of substance is involved $200,000 If 125 lb. or more of substance is involved $500,000 21

22 (Health and Safety Code Sections) F Sale of PCP If 1 oz. or less liquid or 1 gram powder $10, F If over 1 oz. liquid or over 1 gram powder $20,000 If over 3 oz. liquid or over 3 grams powder $30,000 If over 8 oz. liquid or over 8 grams powder $50,000 If over 1 quart liquid or 2 oz. powder $75,000 If over 1 gallon liquid or 8 oz. powder $100,000 If over 3 gallons liquid or 1½ lb. powder $250,000 If over 5 gallons liquid or 2½ lb. powder $500,000 If over 20 gallons liquid or 10 lb. powder $1,000,000 If over 25 gallons liquid or 12½ lb. powder $2,000,000 If over 200 gallons liquid or 100 lb. powder $5,000, (a) F Manufacture of PCP $500, (b) F Offer to Manufacture $15, F Conviction: PCP, Methamphetamine If over 1 lb. or 3 gallons $500,000 If over 3 lb. or 10 gallons $1,000,000 If over 10 lb. or 25 gallons $2,000, F Soliciting Minor Re Controlled Substances If 2,000 pills or less $10,000 If 2,001-5,000 pills $15,000 If 5,001 - more pills $25, (a) F Possession of Precursors with Intent to Manufacture Methamphetamine $25, (b) F Possession of Precursors with Intent to Manufacture PCP $50,000 22

23 INCREMENTS FOR SENTENCE ENHANCING ALLEGATIONS AND OTHER EXTRAORDINARY FACTS Enhancement Allegation Add to Penal Code (b) (1) F Street Gang Enhancement for any Felony $25, (a) F Hate Crime Enhancement $25, (b)(c)(d) F Hate Crime Enhancement with Aggravating Factor $50, (d) F Habitual Child Molest $500, F One Strike Sex Crime $500, (e)(4) F Prison w/two or more Prior Felonies $10, (a)(b) F Carry Firearm during Street Gang Crime $50, (a) F Principal Armed with Firearm $50, (b) F Personal Use of Weapon Other Than Firearm $25, (c) F Principal Armed with Firearm During Specified Drug $50,000 Offenses 12022(d) F Principal Armed with Weapon Other Than Firearm $25, (b) F New Felony Offense Committed While Felony Charges Pending Against Defendant $25, (e) F New Felony Offense Committed While Defendant on Prison $10,000 Parole (f) F New Felony Offense Committed While Defendant on $10,000 Felony Probation F Armor Piercing Ammunition $15, (a) F Use Firearm Sex Case $25, (b) F Armed Firearm Sex Case $20, (a) F Personal Use of Firearm $50, (b) F Discharging Firearm at Occupied Vehicle $100, (b) F Life Firearm Enhancement (Personal Use) $100, (c) F Life Firearm Enhancement (Discharge of Firearm) $250,000 23

24 INCREMENTS FOR SENTENCE ENHANCING ALLEGATIONS AND OTHER EXTRAORDINARY FACTS Enhancement Allegation Add to Penal Code (d) F Life Firearm Enhancement (w/gbi or Death) No Bail F Discharging Firearm From Vehicle $15, (a) F Loss Exceeds $50,000 or amount of loss, whichever is greater $50, (b) F Loss Exceeds $150,000 or amount of loss, whichever is greater $150, F Infliction of Great Bodily Injury $50, F Administer Drug Against Victim s Will $10, F Great Bodily Injury in Connection with Certain Sex Offense $50, F Great Bodily Injury Causing Termination of Pregnancy $50,000 24

25 PRIORS AND OTHER CONDITIONS Penal Code 667(a)(1) F Serious Felony Conviction $100,000 + Bail F Valid Prior Term Under Penal Code Section $15,000 a. Violent Prior Term and Violent Present Offense as per Penal Code Section 667.5(a) $15,000 b. All Others as per Penal Code Section 667.5(b) $10,000 Bail is not to be increased for priors by police officers at the time of booking, but my be increased only upon motion to a judicial officer with proof of valid enhancing prior (a) F Sex Conviction with Prior Sex Conviction $25, (b) F Sex Conviction with Two or More Prior Sex Convictions $50, F Great Bodily Injury with Prior Violent Felony Conviction $50, (a) F Kidnapping to Commit Sex Offense $100, (b) F Kidnapping to Commit Sex Victim Under 14 $100, F Kidnapping with Intent to Deprive Legal Guardian Custody $25, F Certain Enumerated Crimes Against Aged/Under 14, $20,000 Handicapped F Sex Crimes (Repeat Offender) Against Aged/Under 14 $75, F Prior conviction as prior felony a. Second Strike Offense $250,000 + Bail b. Third Strike Offense $500,000 + Bail F Two Prior Felony Convictions Within 10 Years $10, F Violent Felonies Against Aged $10,000 Giving a False Name or Date of Birth to Officer in Connection with Arrest for Felony Offense $10,000 For all Felonies Wherein There are Separate Victims or the CONSECUTIVE Same Victim on Separate occasions Where Separate Sex Acts are Committed on the Same Victim and Each May be Punishable Separately BAIL CONSECUTIVE BAIL 25

26 PENAL CODE BAIL SCHEDULE (Penal Code) 69 M Prevent the Performing of Duty By an Officer with Force & Violence $5, M Destroy Evidence $1, (a-b) M Preventing or dissuading a witness $5, (a) M Resisting an Officer $2, (b) M Resisting An Officer, Taking Firearm $5, M Falsely Reporting Planting of Bomb $ M Interfering With Discharge of Duty by Fireman/Emergency Personnel $1, M Falsely Reporting Emergency $1, M Tampering with Fire Alarm $ M Falsely Reporting Crime $ M Serving Sentence of Another $ M Giving False Information $ (a) M False Information To a Peace Officer $ (a)(4) M Disobeying a Court Order 2 counts or w/prior 3+ Counts or w/2 priors $1,000 $2,000 $5, (c)(1) M Violation of Domestic Violence Stay Away Order $5, M Manslaughter $5, M Dueling $1, M False imprisonment $5, M Assault $ (b) M Assault on Peace Officer/Emergency Personnel $3, /243(a) M Battery $2, (b) M Battery on Police Officer, Firefighter, Paramedic, Etc $3, (e) M Battery Against Former Spouse/Fiancé/Fiancée/Dating Partner $7, (d)(1) M Sexual Battery - Touches an Intimate Part of Another Person $3, (a) M Assault w/deadly Weapon or Force Likely $5, (a)(2) M Assault w/firearm $7,500 26

27 270 M Failure to Provide for child $2, M Contributing to Delinquency of Minor $3, M Battery on Cohabitant $10, (a) M Violation of Protective Order $5, M Failure to Register as a Sex Offender $1, (1) M Indecent Exposure/Exhibition $2, M Keeping or Living in House of Prostitution $ M Keeping Disorderly or Assignation House $ M Gambling Operator, Owner or Employee $ (a) M Manufacture or Sale of Counterfeit Goods $1, M Place of Public Assembly - Injurious, Offensive Substances Released $ M Incitement to Riot $ M Disturbing the Peace $ (a)(1) M Unlawful fights within any building or upon school grounds $ M Refusal To Disperse $ (a)1) M Brandishing a Deadly Weapon in Rude, threatening Manner $3, (a)(2) M Brandishing Firearm in Rude, Threatening Manner $5, M Terrorist Threats $10, (a) M Making or Delivering a check with insufficient funds $ M Appropriate Lost Property by finder $ M Petty Theft $ M Petty Theft From Merchant or Library $ M Receiving or Concealing Stolen Property $ M Embezzlement By Public or Private Official $1, M Embezzlement of Employee $1, (a) M Defrauding Providers of food, fuel, services or accommodations $ (e) M Purchase, possession or sale of item having altered or obliterated serial $500 or ID mark. 555 M Enter/Remain on Posted Property $ (d) M Unauthorized Cable TV Connection $500 27

28 PENAL CODE BAIL SCHEDULE (Penal Code) 594(b)(2) M Vandalism, Loss of $5,000 to $50,000 $7, (b)(3) M Vandalism, Loss of $400 to $5,000 $3, (b)(4)(B) M Vandalism w/prior $3, (a) M Animal Cruelty/Torture $5, (b) M Cruelty To Animal $3, (c) M Animal Cruelty/Torture-Protected Species $5, (f) M Abandoned or Neglected Animals $ (t) M Failure to provide adequate exercise area for confined animals $ M Trespass upon lands $ M Unauthorized Entry of Dwelling $ M Stalking $5, M Disorderly Conduct $ M Annoying/Molesting child under 18 Years $5, k M Illegal Possession of Switchblade Knife $ m M Obscene, threatening or annoying telephone calls $ M Vandalism of Jail - Less than $400 $ (a) M Import/Sell/Etc. Endangered Species/Animals $ (b)(6) M Carry Concealed Firearm on Person $3, (a)(2)(F) M Loaded Firearm - Carrying in Public Place or In Vehicle $3,500 28

29 HEALTH AND SAFETY BAIL AND PENALTY SCHEDULE (Health and Safety Code) Total 11173(a)(1) M Obtain/Etc. Controlled Substance By Fraud $ (a) M Marijuana Possession $ (b) M Marijuana Possession of less than 28.5 grams $ (c) M Possess More Than 28.5 Grams of Marijuana $ (b) M Give/Transport Marijuana/Hashish 28.5 Grams or Less $ M Possession of Controlled Substance Paraphernalia $ (a) M Possession of Dangerous Drug Controlled Substance $ (a) M Under Influence of Controlled Substance $ M Failure to Register $500 All Other Offenses Not Listed: Infractions $103 Misdemeanors $504 29

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