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What determines the amount of a Bond?

If a person is charged with violating the law and is taken into custody by law enforcement, that
person will typically be held in jail until they can see a Judge. The Judge will decide the amount
of the bond based on the severity of the charges and/or the prior record of the Defendant. It is
also possible that the Judge may order the Defendant released without requiring a bond.


There are very specific charges that may enable a Defendant to bond out without seeing a Judge.
One example of this is an arrest as the result of a bench warrant. The amount of the bond may
have been set at the time the bench warrant was signed by the Judge. Another example is those
charges that have a bond schedule established.


 
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