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http://www.premierebailbonds.com – In the Bail Resource Guide, Premiere Bail Bonds, a leading California bail bonds company, explains the history of bail, how bail works, explains the difference between different bonds, the premiums and rates as well as the different county bail schedules. This is your all-encompassing resource guide to bail bonds in California.

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  • 1. Premiere Bail Bonds 800.662.0056www.PremiereBailBonds.com
  • 2. Table of Contents2. How Bail Works3. History of Bail5. Penal Code Relating to Bail22. Title 10 CA Code of Regulations50. Re-Instatement / Re-Assumption of Liability51. Rewrite Bonds52. Renewal Premiums53. Return of Premium54. Premium Rates55. Sample Bail Forms67. CA Dept of Insurance71. Fugitive Recovery Laws87. CA Bail Associations90. CA Approved Surety Companies92. The Block Report120. County Jail List121. San Diego Felony Bail Schedule246. Los Angeles Bail Schedule269. Orange County Bail Schedule290. San Bernardino Bail Schedule308. Riverside Bail Schedule328. 1275 Hearings, Nebia Hearings and Federal Bond
  • 3. How Bail WorksPosting of a bail bond – This process involves a contractual undertakingguaranteed by a Licensed, Bonded and Insured Bail Bondsman and theindividual posting bail. The bail agent guarantees to the court that the defendantwill appear in court each and every time the judge requires them to.For this service, the defendant is charged a percentage of the bail amount.Before being released the defendant or a relative or friend of the defendant,typically contacts a bail agent to arrange for the posting of bail. Prior to theposting of a bail bond, the defendant or a co-signer must guarantee that they willpay the full amount of bail if the defendant does not appear in court.Typically, a family member or a close friend of the defendant will post bail andcosign. Collateral is not always required for a person to be bailed from jail. Oftena person can be bailed from jail on the signature of a friend or family member.Cosigners typically need to be working and either own or rent a home in thesame area for some time.After an agreement is reached, the bail bondsman posts a bond for the amountof the bail, to guarantee the defendant’s return to court. If the defendant “skips”,the cosigner is then responsible for the full amount of the bail. If the defendant islocated within a certain amount of time and arrested by the bail enforcementagent the cosigner is then only responsible for all expenses the bail agent incurswhile looking for the defendant.Sean CookPremiere Bail Bonds800-662-0056
  • 4. The History of Bail in the United StatesBy: Sean M. CookBail in the United States evolved from British statutes and policies, with the newly independentcolonies in 1776 formulating policies similar to those established under British tradition.For example, Virginia’s constitution in 1776 – which laid the groundwork for the U.S. Bill ofRights – included a provision stating that “excessive bail ought not to be required.” In 1785, astatute strengthened this provision by giving rules for bail, including one denying bail to those“punishable by life or limb.”The Eighth Amendment to the Constitution came almost verbatim from Virginia’s constitution.The amendment reads, “Excessive bail shall not be required, nor excessive fines imposed, norcruel and unusual punishments inflicted.”The Sixth Amendment, like the English Habeas Corpus Act of 1678, also plays a role in U.S.bail structure by guaranteeing that those arrested know the “nature and cause of the accusation”against them, thus allowing them to determine if they are entitled to bail based on their allegedoffense.In 1789, the same Congress that proposed the Eighth Amendment also passed the Judiciary Act,which specified which types of crimes were eligible for bail and set bonds on judges’ discretionin setting bail. Basically, the Judiciary Act stated that suspects in non-capital offenses wereallowed bail, while giving judges the decision about whether to detain suspects before trial forcapital offenses (meaning murder, espionage, treason and other crimes punishable by death orlife in prison).The Judiciary Act formulated the fundamental U.S. bail structure that stayed in place for nearly200 years. In 1966, Congress made a substantive change to bail law with the Bail Reform Act,which indicated that a non-capital offense defendant “shall…be ordered released pending trial onhis personal recognizance” or on personal bond unless a judicial officer felt this would notguarantee the defendant’s appearance at trial.The 1966 act thus told the courts to release suspects with as little burden as necessary to ensureappearance at trial. In non-capital cases, the act did not allow a judge to weigh a suspect’spotential threat to the community in determining bail.This provision drew criticism, particularly in the District of Columbia, where all crimes formerlyfell under regulation of federal bail law. So, in 1970, the passage of the District of ColumbiaCourt Reform and Criminal Procedure Act allowed judges to consider dangerousness to thecommunity, as well as risk of flight, when setting bail in non-capital cases.Safety to the community became a factor in the entire federal bail system in 1984 with thepassage of the Bail Reform Act. Under this act, a defendant can be detained without bail if heposes a risk to the community; may intimidate jurors or witnesses (or otherwise obstruct justice
  • 5. while out on bail); or committed a violent or drug offense, an offense with a penalty of death orlife in prison, or a felony while already having a serious criminal record.Through its changes over the years, though, the foundation of the bail system has remainedconstant, with in most cases defendants maintaining their constitutionally guaranteed right toremain free while waiting for trial.To learn more about the history of bail, visit www.bail.com.Veteran bail agent Sean M. Cook owns and operates Premiere Bail Bonds in California. He is theauthor of “Bail Bonds 101” and “Bail Bonds 201,” and frequently lectures on the bail bondindustry. Find out more at www.premierebailbonds.com/.Copyright © 2006. All rights reserved.
  • 6. PENAL  CODE    SECTION  1268-­1276.5  1268.      Admission  to  bail  is  the  order  of  a  competent  Court  or  magistrate  that  the  defendant  be  discharged  from  actual  custody  upon  bail.    1269.    The  taking  of  bail  consists  in  the  acceptance,  by  a  competent  court  or  magistrate,  of  the  undertaking  of  sufficient  bail  for  the  appearance  of  the  defendant,  according  to  the  terms  of  the  undertaking,  or  that  the  bail  will  pay  to  the  people  of  this  state  a  specified  sum.  Upon  filing,  the  clerk  shall  enter  in  the  register  of  actions  the  date  and  amounts  of  such  bond  and  the  name  or  names  of  the  surety  or  sureties  thereon.  In  the  event  of  the  loss  or  destruction  of  such  bond,  such  entries  so  made  shall  be  prima  facie  evidence  of  the  due  execution  of  such  bond  as  required  by  law.  Whenever  any  bail  bond  has  been  deposited  in  any  criminal  action  or  proceeding  in  a  municipal  or  superior  court  or  in  any  proceeding  in  habeas  corpus  in  a  superior  court,  and  it  is  made  to  appear  to  the  satisfaction  of  the  court  by  affidavit  or  by  testimony  in  open  court  that  more  than  three  years  have  elapsed  since  the  exoneration  or  release  of  said  bail,  the  court  must  direct  that  such  bond  be  destroyed.    1269a.    Except  as  otherwise  provided  by  law,  no  defendant  charged  in  a  warrant  of  arrest  with  any  public  offense  shall  be  discharged  from  custody  upon  bail  except  upon  a  written  order  of  a  competent  court  or  magistrate  admitting  the  defendant  to  bail  in  the  amount  specified  in  the  indorsement  referred  to  in  Section  815a,  and  where  an  undertaking  is  furnished,  upon  a  written  order  of  such  court  or  magistrate  approving  the  undertaking.  All  such  orders  must  be  signed  by  such  court  or  magistrate  and  delivered  to  the  officer  having  custody  of  the  defendant  before  the  defendant  is  released.  Any  officer  releasing  any  defendant  upon  bail  otherwise  than  as  herein  provided  shall  be  guilty  of  a  misdemeanor.    1269b.    (a)  The  officer  in  charge  of  a  jail  in  which  an  arrested  person  is  held  in  custody,  an  officer  of  a  sheriffs  department  or  police  department  of  a  city  who  is  in  charge  of  a  jail  or  is  employed  at  a  fixed  police  or  sheriffs  facility  and  is  acting  under  an  agreement  with  the  agency  that  keeps  the  jail  in  which  an  arrested  person  is  held  in  custody,  an  employee  of  a  sheriffs  department  or  police  department  of  a  city  who  is  assigned  by  the  department  to  collect  bail,  the  clerk  of  the  superior  court  of  the  county  in  which  the  offense  was  alleged  to  have  been  committed,  and  the  clerk  of  the  superior  court  in  which  the  case  against  the  defendant  is  pending  may  approve  and  accept  bail  in  the  amount  fixed  by  the  warrant  of  arrest,  schedule  of  bail,  or  order  admitting  to  bail  in  cash  or  surety  bond  executed  by  a  certified,  admitted  surety  insurer  as  provided  in  the  Insurance  Code,  to  issue  and  sign  an  order  for  the  
  • 7. release  of  the  arrested  person,  and  to  set  a  time  and  place  for  the  appearance  of  the  arrested  person  before  the  appropriate  court  and  give  notice  thereof.  (b)  If  a  defendant  has  appeared  before  a  judge  of  the  court  on  the  charge  contained  in  the  complaint,  indictment,  or  information,  the  bail  shall  be  in  the  amount  fixed  by  the  judge  at  the  time  of  the  appearance.  If  that  appearance  has  not  been  made,  the  bail  shall  be  in  the  amount  fixed  in  the  warrant  of  arrest  or,  if  no  warrant  of  arrest  has  been  issued,  the  amount  of  bail  shall  be  pursuant  to  the  uniform  countywide  schedule  of  bail  for  the  county  in  which  the  defendant  is  required  to  appear,  previously  fixed  and  approved  as  provided  in  subdivisions  (c)  and  (d).  (c)  It  is  the  duty  of  the  superior  court  judges  in  each  county  to  prepare,  adopt,  and  annually  revise  a  uniform  countywide  schedule  of  bail  for  all  bailable  felony  offenses  and  for  all  misdemeanor  and  infraction  offenses  except  Vehicle  Code  infractions.  The  penalty  schedule  for  infraction  violations  of  the  Vehicle  Code  shall  be  established  by  the  Judicial  Council  in  accordance  with  Section  40310  of  the  Vehicle  Code.  (d)  A  court  may,  by  local  rule,  prescribe  the  procedure  by  which  the  uniform  countywide  schedule  of  bail  is  prepared,  adopted,  and  annually  revised  by  the  judges.  If  a  court  does  not  adopt  a  local  rule,  the  uniform  countywide  schedule  of  bail  shall  be  prepared,  adopted,  and  annually  revised  by  a  majority  of  the  judges.  (e)  In  adopting  a  uniform  countywide  schedule  of  bail  for  all  bailable  felony  offenses  the  judges  shall  consider  the  seriousness  of  the  offense  charged.  In  considering  the  seriousness  of  the  offense  charged  the  judges  shall  assign  an  additional  amount  of  required  bail  for  each  aggravating  or  enhancing  factor  chargeable  in  the  complaint,  including,  but  not  limited  to,  additional  bail  for  charges  alleging  facts  that  would  bring  a  person  within  any  of  the  following  sections:  Section  667.5,  667.51,  667.6,  667.8,  667.85,  667.9,  667.10,  12022,  12022.1,  12022.2,  12022.3,  12022.4,  12022.5,  12022.53,  12022.6,  12022.7,  12022.8,  or  12022.9  of  this  code,  or  Section  11356.5,  11370.2,  or  11370.4  of  the  Health  and  Safety  Code.  In  considering  offenses  in  which  a  violation  of  Chapter  6  (commencing  with  Section  11350)  of  Division  10  of  the  Health  and  Safety  Code  is  alleged,  the  judge  shall  assign  an  additional  amount  of  required  bail  for  offenses  involving  large  quantities  of  controlled  substances.  (f)  The  countywide  bail  schedule  shall  contain  a  list  of  the  offenses  and  the  amounts  of  bail  applicable  for  each  as  the  judges  determine  to  be  appropriate.  If  the  schedule  does  not  list  all  offenses  specifically,  it  shall  contain  a  general  clause  for  designated  amounts  of  bail  as  the  judges  of  the  county  determine  to  be  appropriate  for  all  the  offenses  not  specifically  listed  in  the  schedule.  A  copy  of  the  countywide  bail  schedule  shall  be  sent  to  the  officer  in  charge  of  the  county  jail,  to  the  officer  in  charge  of  each  city  jail  within  the  county,  to  each  superior  court  judge  and  commissioner  in  the  county,  and  to  the  Judicial  Council.  (g)  Upon  posting  bail,  the  defendant  or  arrested  person  shall  be  discharged  from  custody  as  to  the  offense  on  which  the  bail  is  posted.  All  money  and  surety  bonds  so  deposited  with  an  officer  authorized  to  receive  bail  shall  be  transmitted  immediately  to  the  judge  or  clerk  of  the  court  by  which  the  order  was  made  or  warrant  issued  or  bail  schedule  fixed.  If,  in  the  case  of  felonies,  an  indictment  is  filed,  the  judge  or  clerk  of  the  court  shall  transmit  all  of  the  money  and  surety  bonds  to  the  clerk  of  the  court.  (h)  If  a  defendant  or  arrested  person  so  released  fails  to  appear  at  the  time  and  in  the  court  so  ordered  upon  his  or  her  release  from  custody,  Sections  1305  and  1306  apply.  
  • 8.  1269c.    If  a  defendant  is  arrested  without  a  warrant  for  a  bailable  felony  offense  or  for  the  misdemeanor  offense  of  violating  a  domestic  violence  restraining  order,  and  a  peace  officer  has  reasonable  cause  to  believe  that  the  amount  of  bail  set  forth  in  the  schedule  of  bail  for  that  offense  is  insufficient  to  assure  defendants  appearance  or  to  assure  the  protection  of  a  victim,  or  family  member  of  a  victim,  of  domestic  violence,  the  peace  officer  shall  prepare  a  declaration  under  penalty  of  perjury  setting  forth  the  facts  and  circumstances  in  support  of  his  or  her  belief  and  file  it  with  a  magistrate,  as  defined  in  Section  808,  or  his  or  her  commissioner,  in  the  county  in  which  the  offense  is  alleged  to  have  been  committed  or  having  personal  jurisdiction  over  the  defendant,  requesting  an  order  setting  a  higher  bail.  The  defendant,  either  personally  or  through  his  or  her  attorney,  friend,  or  family  member,  also  may  make  application  to  the  magistrate  for  release  on  bail  lower  than  that  provided  in  the  schedule  of  bail  or  on  his  or  her  own  recognizance.  The  magistrate  or  commissioner  to  whom  the  application  is  made  is  authorized  to  set  bail  in  an  amount  that  he  or  she  deems  sufficient  to  assure  the  defendants  appearance  or  to  assure  the  protection  of  a  victim,  or  family  member  of  a  victim,  of  domestic  violence,  and  to  set  bail  on  the  terms  and  conditions  that  he  or  she,  in  his  or  her  discretion,  deems  appropriate,  or  he  or  she  may  authorize  the  defendants  release  on  his  or  her  own  recognizance.  If,  after  the  application  is  made,  no  order  changing  the  amount  of  bail  is  issued  within  eight  hours  after  booking,  the  defendant  shall  be  entitled  to  be  released  on  posting  the  amount  of  bail  set  forth  in  the  applicable  bail  schedule.    1270.    (a)  Any  person  who  has  been  arrested  for,  or  charged  with,  an  offense  other  than  a  capital  offense  may  be  released  on  his  or  her  own  recognizance  by  a  court  or  magistrate  who  could  release  a  defendant  from  custody  upon  the  defendant  giving  bail,  including  a  defendant  arrested  upon  an  out-­‐of-­‐county  warrant.  A  defendant  who  is  in  custody  and  is  arraigned  on  a  complaint  alleging  an  offense  which  is  a  misdemeanor,  and  a  defendant  who  appears  before  a  court  or  magistrate  upon  an  out-­‐of-­‐county  warrant  arising  out  of  a  case  involving  only  misdemeanors,  shall  be  entitled  to  an  own  recognizance  release  unless  the  court  makes  a  finding  on  the  record,  in  accordance  with  Section  1275,  that  an  own  recognizance  release  will  compromise  public  safety  or  will  not  reasonably  assure  the  appearance  of  the  defendant  as  required.  Public  safety  shall  be  the  primary  consideration.  If  the  court  makes  one  of  those  findings,  the  court  shall  then  set  bail  and  specify  the  conditions,  if  any,  whereunder  the  defendant  shall  be  released.  (b)  Article  9  (commencing  with  Section  1318)  shall  apply  to  any  person  who  is  released  pursuant  to  this  section.    1270.1.    (a)  Before  any  person  who  is  arrested  for  any  of  the  following  crimes  may  be  released  on  bail  in  an  amount  that  is  either  more  or  less  than  the  amount  contained  in  the  schedule  of  bail  for  the  offense,  or  may  be  released  on  his  or  her  
  • 9. own  recognizance,  a  hearing  shall  be  held  in  open  court  before  the  magistrate  or  judge:  (1)  A  serious  felony,  as  defined  in  subdivision  (c)  of  Section  1192.7,  or  a  violent  felony,  as  defined  in  subdivision  (c)  of  Section  667.5,  but  not  including  a  violation  of  subdivision  (a)  of  Section  460  (residential  burglary).  (2)  A  violation  of  Section  136.1  where  punishment  is  imposed  pursuant  to  subdivision  (c)  of  Section  136.1,  262,  273.5,  422  where  the  offense  is  punished  as  a  felony,  or  646.9.  (3)  A  violation  of  paragraph  (1)  of  subdivision  (e)  of  Section  243.  (4)  A  violation  of  Section  273.6  if  the  detained  person  made  threats  to  kill  or  harm,  has  engaged  in  violence  against,  or  has  gone  to  the  residence  or  workplace  of,  the  protected  party.  (b)  The  prosecuting  attorney  and  defense  attorney  shall  be  given  a  two  court-­‐day  written  notice  and  an  opportunity  to  be  heard  on  the  matter.  If  the  detained  person  does  not  have  counsel,  the  court  shall  appoint  counsel  for  purposes  of  this  section  only.  The  hearing  required  by  this  section  shall  be  held  within  the  time  period  prescribed  in  Section  825.  (c)  At  the  hearing,  the  court  shall  consider  evidence  of  past  court  appearances  of  the  detained  person,  the  maximum  potential  sentence  that  could  be  imposed,  and  the  danger  that  may  be  posed  to  other  persons  if  the  detained  person  is  released.  In  making  the  determination  whether  to  release  the  detained  person  on  his  or  her  own  recognizance,  the  court  shall  consider  the  potential  danger  to  other  persons,  including  threats  that  have  been  made  by  the  detained  person  and  any  past  acts  of  violence.  The  court  shall  also  consider  any  evidence  offered  by  the  detained  person  regarding  his  or  her  ties  to  the  community  and  his  or  her  ability  to  post  bond.  (d)  If  the  judge  or  magistrate  sets  the  bail  in  an  amount  that  is  either  more  or  less  than  the  amount  contained  in  the  schedule  of  bail  for  the  offense,  the  judge  or  magistrate  shall  state  the  reasons  for  that  decision  and  shall  address  the  issue  of  threats  made  against  the  victim  or  witness,  if  they  were  made,  in  the  record.  This  statement  shall  be  included  in  the  record.    1270.2.    When  a  person  is  detained  in  custody  on  a  criminal  charge  prior  to  conviction  for  want  of  bail,  that  person  is  entitled  to  an  automatic  review  of  the  order  fixing  the  amount  of  the  bail  by  the  judge  or  magistrate  having  jurisdiction  of  the  offense.  That  review  shall  be  held  not  later  than  five  days  from  the  time  of  the  original  order  fixing  the  amount  of  bail  on  the  original  accusatory  pleading.  The  defendant  may  waive  this  review.    1270.5.    A  defendant  charged  with  an  offense  punishable  with  death  cannot  be  admitted  to  bail,  when  the  proof  of  his  or  her  guilt  is  evident  or  the  presumption  thereof  great.  The  finding  of  an  indictment  does  not  add  to  the  strength  of  the  proof  or  the  presumptions  to  be  drawn  therefrom.    1271.    If  the  charge  is  for  any  other  offense,  he  may  be  admitted  to  bail  before  conviction,  as  a  matter  of  right.  
  • 10.  1272.    After  conviction  of  an  offense  not  punishable  with  death,  a  defendant  who  has  made  application  for  probation  or  who  has  appealed  may  be  admitted  to  bail:  1.  As  a  matter  of  right,  before  judgment  is  pronounced  pending  application  for  probation  in  cases  of  misdemeanors,  or  when  the  appeal  is  from  a  judgment  imposing  a  fine  only.  2.  As  a  matter  of  right,  before  judgment  is  pronounced  pending  application  for  probation  in  cases  of  misdemeanors,  or  when  the  appeal  is  from  a  judgment  imposing  imprisonment  in  cases  of  misdemeanors.  3.  As  a  matter  of  discretion  in  all  other  cases,  except  that  a  person  convicted  of  an  offense  subject  to  this  subdivision,  who  makes  a  motion  for  release  on  bail  subsequent  to  a  sentencing  hearing,  shall  provide  notice  of  the  hearing  on  the  bail  motion  to  the  prosecuting  attorney  at  least  five  court  days  prior  to  the  hearing.    1272.1.    Release  on  bail  pending  appeal  under  subdivision  (3)  of  Section  1272  shall  be  ordered  by  the  court  if  the  defendant  demonstrates  all  the  following:  (a)  By  clear  and  convincing  evidence,  the  defendant  is  not  likely  to  flee.  Under  this  subdivision  the  court  shall  consider  the  following  criteria:  (1)  The  ties  of  the  defendant  to  the  community,  including  his  or  her  employment,  the  duration  of  his  or  her  residence,  the  defendants  family  attachments  and  his  or  her  property  holdings.  (2)  The  defendants  record  of  appearance  at  past  court  hearings  or  of  flight  to  avoid  prosecution.  (3)  The  severity  of  the  sentence  the  defendant  faces.  (b)  By  clear  and  convincing  evidence,  the  defendant  does  not  pose  a  danger  to  the  safety  of  any  other  person  or  to  the  community.  Under  this  subdivision  the  court  shall  consider,  among  other  factors,  whether  the  crime  for  which  the  defendant  was  convicted  is  a  violent  felony,  as  defined  in  subdivision  (c)  of  Section  667.5.  (c)  The  appeal  is  not  for  the  purpose  of  delay  and,  based  upon  the  record  in  the  case,  raises  a  substantial  legal  question  which,  if  decided  in  favor  of  the  defendant,  is  likely  to  result  in  reversal.  For  purposes  of  this  subdivision,  a  "substantial  legal  question"  means  a  close  question,  one  of  more  substance  than  would  be  necessary  to  a  finding  that  it  was  not  frivolous.  In  assessing  whether  a  substantial  legal  question  has  been  raised  on  appeal  by  the  defendant,  the  court  shall  not  be  required  to  determine  whether  it  committed  error.  In  making  its  decision  on  whether  to  grant  defendants  motions  for  bail  under  subdivision  (3)  of  Section  1272,  the  court  shall  include  a  brief  statement  of  reasons  in  support  of  an  order  granting  or  denying  a  motion  for  bail  on  appeal.  The  statement  need  only  include  the  basis  for  the  order  with  sufficient  specificity  to  permit  meaningful  review.    1273.    If  the  offense  is  bailable,  the  defendant  may  be  admitted  to  bail  before  conviction:  First-­‐-­‐For  his  appearance  before  the  magistrate,  on  the  examination  of  the  charge,  before  being  held  to  answer.  Second-­‐-­‐To  appear  at  the  Court  to  which  the  magistrate  is  required  to  return  the  depositions  and  statement,  upon  the  defendant  being  held  to  answer  after  examination.  Third-­‐-­‐After  indictment,  either  
  • 11. before  the  bench  warrant  is  issued  for  his  arrest,  or  upon  any  order  of  the  Court  committing  him,  or  enlarging  the  amount  of  bail,  or  upon  his  being  surrendered  by  his  bail  to  answer  the  indictment  in  the  Court  in  which  it  is  found,  or  to  which  it  may  be  transferred  for  trial.  And  after  conviction,  and  upon  an  appeal:  First-­‐-­‐If  the  appeal  is  from  a  judgment  imposing  a  fine  only,  on  the  undertaking  of  bail  that  he  will  pay  the  same,  or  such  part  of  it  as  the  appellate  Court  may  direct,  if  the  judgment  is  affirmed  or  modified,  or  the  appeal  is  dismissed.  Second-­‐-­‐If  judgment  of  imprisonment  has  been  given,  that  he  will  surrender  himself  in  execution  of  the  judgment,  upon  its  being  affirmed  or  modified,  or  upon  the  appeal  being  dismissed,  or  that  in  case  the  judgment  be  reversed,  and  that  the  cause  be  remanded  for  a  new  trial,  that  he  will  appear  in  the  Court  to  which  said  cause  may  be  remanded,  and  submit  himself  to  the  orders  and  process  thereof.    1274.    When  the  admission  to  bail  is  a  matter  of  discretion,  the  Court  or  officer  to  whom  the  application  is  made  must  require  reasonable  notice  thereof  to  be  given  to  the  District  Attorney  of  the  county.    1275.    (a)  In  setting,  reducing,  or  denying  bail,  the  judge  or  magistrate  shall  take  into  consideration  the  protection  of  the  public,  the  seriousness  of  the  offense  charged,  the  previous  criminal  record  of  the  defendant,  and  the  probability  of  his  or  her  appearing  at  trial  or  hearing  of  the  case.  The  public  safety  shall  be  the  primary  consideration.  In  considering  the  seriousness  of  the  offense  charged,  the  judge  or  magistrate  shall  include  consideration  of  the  alleged  injury  to  the  victim,  and  alleged  threats  to  the  victim  or  a  witness  to  the  crime  charged,  the  alleged  use  of  a  firearm  or  other  deadly  weapon  in  the  commission  of  the  crime  charged,  and  the  alleged  use  or  possession  of  controlled  substances  by  the  defendant.  (b)  In  considering  offenses  wherein  a  violation  of  Chapter  6  (commencing  with  Section  11350)  of  Division  10  of  the  Health  and  Safety  Code  is  alleged,  the  judge  or  magistrate  shall  consider  the  following:  (1)  the  alleged  amounts  of  controlled  substances  involved  in  the  commission  of  the  offense,  and  (2)  whether  the  defendant  is  currently  released  on  bail  for  an  alleged  violation  of  Chapter  6  (commencing  with  Section  11350)  of  Division  10  of  the  Health  and  Safety  Code.  (c)  Before  a  court  reduces  bail  below  the  amount  established  by  the  bail  schedule  approved  for  the  county,  in  accordance  with  subdivisions  (b)  and  (c)  of  Section  1269b,  for  a  person  charged  with  a  serious  felony,  as  defined  in  subdivision  (c)  of  Section  1192.7,  or  a  violent  felony,  as  defined  in  subdivision  (c)  of  Section  667.5,  the  court  shall  make  a  finding  of  unusual  circumstances  and  shall  set  forth  those  facts  on  the  record.  For  purposes  of  this  subdivision,  "unusual  circumstances"  does  not  include  the  fact  that  the  defendant  has  made  all  prior  court  appearances  or  has  not  committed  any  new  offenses.    
  • 12. 1275.1.    (a)  Bail,  pursuant  to  this  chapter,  shall  not  be  accepted  unless  a  judge  or  magistrate  finds  that  no  portion  of  the  consideration,  pledge,  security,  deposit,  or  indemnification  paid,  given,  made,  or  promised  for  its  execution  was  feloniously  obtained.  (b)  A  hold  on  the  release  of  a  defendant  from  custody  shall  only  be  ordered  by  a  magistrate  or  judge  if  any  of  the  following  occurs:  (1)  A  peace  officer,  as  defined  in  Section  830,  files  a  declaration  executed  under  penalty  of  perjury  setting  forth  probable  cause  to  believe  that  the  source  of  any  consideration,  pledge,  security,  deposit,  or  indemnification  paid,  given,  made,  or  promised  for  its  execution  was  feloniously  obtained.  (2)  A  prosecutor  files  a  declaration  executed  under  penalty  of  perjury  setting  forth  probable  cause  to  believe  that  the  source  of  any  consideration,  pledge,  security,  deposit,  or  indemnification  paid,  given,  made,  or  promised  for  its  execution  was  feloniously  obtained.  A  prosecutor  shall  have  absolute  civil  immunity  for  executing  a  declaration  pursuant  to  this  paragraph.  (3)  The  magistrate  or  judge  has  probable  cause  to  believe  that  the  source  of  any  consideration,  pledge,  security,  deposit,  or  indemnification  paid,  given,  made,  or  promised  for  its  execution  was  feloniously  obtained.  (c)  Once  a  magistrate  or  judge  has  determined  that  probable  cause  exists,  as  provided  in  subdivision  (b),  a  defendant  bears  the  burden  by  a  preponderance  of  the  evidence  to  show  that  no  part  of  any  consideration,  pledge,  security,  deposit,  or  indemnification  paid,  given,  made,  or  promised  for  its  execution  was  obtained  by  felonious  means.  Once  a  defendant  has  met  such  burden,  the  magistrate  or  judge  shall  release  the  hold  previously  ordered  and  the  defendant  shall  be  released  under  the  authorized  amount  of  bail.  (d)  The  defendant  and  his  or  her  attorney  shall  be  provided  with  a  copy  of  the  declaration  of  probable  cause  filed  under  subdivision  (b)  no  later  than  the  date  set  forth  in  Section  825.  (e)  Nothing  in  this  section  shall  prohibit  a  defendant  from  obtaining  a  loan  of  money  so  long  as  the  loan  will  be  funded  and  repaid  with  funds  not  feloniously  obtained.  (f)  At  the  request  of  any  person  providing  any  portion  of  the  consideration,  pledge,  security,  deposit,  or  indemnification  paid,  given,  made,  or  promised  for  its  execution,  the  magistrate  or  judge,  at  an  evidentiary  hearing  to  determine  the  source  of  the  funds,  may  close  it  to  the  general  public  to  protect  the  persons  right  to  privacy  in  his  or  her  financial  affairs.  (g)  If  the  declaration,  having  been  filed  with  a  magistrate  or  judge,  is  not  acted  on  within  24  hours,  the  defendant  shall  be  released  from  custody  upon  posting  of  the  amount  of  bail  set.  (h)  Nothing  in  this  code  shall  deny  the  right  of  the  defendant,  either  personally  or  through  his  or  her  attorney,  bail  agent  licensed  by  the  Department  of  Insurance,  admitted  surety  insurer  licensed  by  the  Department  of  Insurance,  friend,  or  member  of  his  or  her  family  from  making  an  application  to  the  magistrate  or  judge  for  the  release  of  the  defendant  on  bail.  (i)  The  bail  of  any  defendant  found  to  have  willfully  misled  the  court  regarding  the  source  of  bail  may  be  increased  as  a  result  of  the  willful  misrepresentation.  The  misrepresentation  may  be  a  factor  considered  in  any  subsequent  bail  hearing.  (j)  If  a  defendant  has  met  the  burden  under  subdivision  (c),  and  a  defendant  will  be  released  from  custody  upon  the  issuance  of  a  bail  bond  issued  pursuant  to  authority  of  Section  1269  or  1269b  by  any  admitted  surety  insurer  or  any  bail  agent,  approved  by  the  Insurance  Commissioner,  the  magistrate  or  judge  shall  vacate  the  holding  order  imposed  under  subdivision  (b)  upon  the  condition  that  the  consideration  for  the  bail  bond  is  
  • 13. approved  by  the  court.  (k)  As  used  in  this  section,  "feloniously  obtained"  means  any  consideration,  pledge,  security,  deposit,  or  indemnification  paid,  given,  made,  or  promised  for  its  execution  which  is  possessed,  received,  or  obtained  through  an  unlawful  act,  transaction,  or  occurrence  constituting  a  felony.    1276.    (a)  A  bail  bond  or  undertaking  of  bail  of  an  admitted  surety  insurer  shall  be  accepted  or  approved  by  a  court  or  magistrate  without  further  acknowledgment  if  executed  by  a  licensed  bail  agent  of  the  insurer  under  penalty  of  perjury  and  issued  in  the  name  of  the  insurer  by  a  person  authorized  to  do  so  by  an  unrevoked  power  of  attorney  on  file  in  the  office  of  the  clerk  of  the  county  in  which  the  court  or  magistrate  is  located.  (b)  One  person  may  both  execute  and  issue  the  bail  bond  or  undertaking  of  bail  if  qualified  as  provided  in  this  section.    1276.5.    (a)  At  the  time  of  an  initial  application  to  a  bail  bond  licensee  for  a  bail  bond  which  is  to  be  secured  by  a  lien  against  real  property,  the  bail  bond  licensee  shall  provide  the  property  owner  with  a  written  disclosure  statement  in  the  following  form:  "DISCLOSURE  OF  LIEN  AGAINST  REAL  PROPERTY  DO  NOT  SIGN  THIS  DOCUMENT  UNTIL  YOU  READ  AND  UNDERSTAND  IT!  THIS  BAIL  BOND  WILL  BE  SECURED  BY  REAL  PROPERTY  YOU  OWN  OR  IN  WHICH  YOU  HAVE  AN  INTEREST.  THE  FAILURE  TO  PAY  THE  BAIL  BOND  PREMIUMS  WHEN  DUE  OR  THE  FAILURE  OF  THE  DEFENDANT  TO  COMPLY  WITH  THE  CONDITIONS  OF  BAIL  COULD  RESULT  IN  THE  LOSS  OF  YOUR  PROPERTY!"    (b)  The  disclosure  required  in  subdivision  (a)  shall  be  made  in  14-­‐point  bold  type  by  either  of  the  following  means:  (1)  A  separate  and  specific  document  attached  to  or  accompanying  the  application.  (2)  A  clear  and  conspicuous  statement  on  the  face  of  the  application.  (c)  The  property  owner  shall  be  given  a  completed  copy  of  the  disclosure  statement  and  of  the  note  and  deed  of  trust  or  other  instrument  creating  the  lien  against  real  property  prior  to  the  execution  of  any  instrument  creating  a  lien  against  real  property.  The  failure  to  fully  comply  with  subdivision  (a)  or  (b),  or  this  subdivision,  shall  render  the  deed  of  trust  or  other  instrument  creating  the  lien  against  real  property  voidable.  (d)  Within  30  days  after  notice  is  given  by  any  individual,  agency,  or  entity  to  the  surety  or  bail  bond  licensee  of  the  expiration  of  the  time  for  appeal  of  the  order  exonerating  the  bail  bond,  or  within  30  days  after  the  payment  in  full  of  all  moneys  owed  on  the  bail  bond  obligation  secured  by  any  lien  against  real  property,  whichever  is  later  in  time,  the  bail  bond  licensee  shall  deliver  to  the  property  owner  a  fully  executed  and  notarized  reconveyance  of  title,  a  certificate  of  discharge,  or  a  full  release  of  any  lien  against  real  property  to  secure  performance  of  the  conditions  of  the  bail  bond.  If  a  timely  notice  of  appeal  of  the  order  exonerating  the  bail  bond  is  filed  with  the  court,  that  30-­‐day  period  shall  begin  on  the  date  the  determination  of  the  appellate  court  affirming  the  order  
  • 14. exonerating  the  bail  bond  becomes  final.  Upon  the  reconveyance,  the  licensee  shall  deliver  to  the  property  owner  the  original  note  and  deed  of  trust,  security  agreement,  or  other  instrument  which  secures  the  bail  bond  obligation.  If  the  licensee  fails  to  comply  with  this  subdivision,  the  property  owner  may  petition  the  superior  court  to  issue  an  order  directing  the  clerk  of  the  superior  court  to  execute  a  full  reconveyance  of  title,  a  certificate  of  discharge,  or  a  full  release  of  any  lien  against  real  property  created  to  secure  performance  of  the  conditions  of  the  bail  bond.  The  petition  shall  be  verified  and  shall  allege  facts  showing  that  the  licensee  has  failed  to  comply  with  this  subdivision.  (e)  The  violation  of  this  section  shall  make  the  violator  liable  to  the  person  affected  by  the  violation  for  all  damages  which  that  person  may  sustain  by  reason  of  the  violation  plus  statutory  damages  in  the  sum  of  three  hundred  dollars  ($300).  The  property  owner  shall  be  entitled,  if  he  or  she  prevails,  to  recover  court  costs  and  reasonable  attorneys  fees  as  determined  by  the  court  in  any  action  brought  to  enforce  this  section.  
  • 15. PENAL  CODE  SECTION    1300-­1304  1300.        (a)  At  any  time  before  the  forfeiture  of  their  undertaking,  or  deposit  by  a  third  person,  the  bail  or  the  depositor  may  surrender  the  defendant  in  their  exoneration,  or  he  may  surrender  himself,  to  the  officer  to  whose  custody  he  was  committed  at  the  time  of  giving  bail,  in  the  following  manner:  (1)  A  certified  copy  of  the  undertaking  of  the  bail,  a  certified  copy  of  the  certificate  of  deposit  where  a  deposit  is  made,  or  an  affidavit  given  by  the  bail  licensee  or  surety  company  listing  all  that  specific  information  that  would  be  included  on  a  certified  copy  of  an  undertaking  of  bail,  must  be  delivered  to  the  officer  who  must  detain  the  defendant  in  his  custody  thereon  as  upon  a  commitment,  and  by  a  certificate  in  writing  acknowledge  the  surrender.  (2)  The  bail  or  depositor,  upon  surrendering  the  defendant,  shall  make  reasonable  effort  to  give  notice  to  the  defendants  last  attorney  of  record,  if  any,  of  such  surrender.  (3)  The  officer  to  whom  the  defendant  is  surrendered  shall,  within  48  hours  of  the  surrender,  bring  the  defendant  before  the  court  in  which  the  defendant  is  next  to  appear  on  the  case  for  which  he  has  been  surrendered.  The  court  shall  advise  the  defendant  of  his  right  to  move  the  court  for  an  order  permitting  the  withdrawal  of  any  previous  waiver  of  time  and  shall  advise  him  of  the  authority  of  the  court,  as  provided  in  subdivision  (b),  to  order  return  of  the  premium  paid  by  the  defendant  or  other  person,  or  any  part  of  it.  (4)  Upon  the  undertaking,  or  certificate  of  deposit,  and  the  certificate  of  the  officer,  the  court  in  which  the  action  or  appeal  is  pending  may,  upon  notice  of  five  days  to  the  district  attorney  of  the  county,  with  a  copy  of  the  undertaking,  or  certificate  of  deposit,  and  the  certificate  of  the  officer,  order  that  the  bail  or  deposit  be  exonerated.  However,  if  the  defendant  is  released  on  his  own  recognizance  or  on  another  bond  before  the  issuance  of  such  an  order,  the  court  shall  order  that  the  bail  or  deposit  be  exonerated  without  prejudice  to  the  courts  authority  under  subdivision  (b).  On  filing  the  order  and  papers  used  on  the  application,  they  are  exonerated  accordingly.  (b)  Notwithstanding  subdivision  (a),  if  the  court  determines  that  good  cause  does  not  exist  for  the  surrender  of  a  defendant  who  has  not  failed  to  appear  or  has  not  violated  any  order  of  the  court,  it  may,  in  its  discretion,  order  the  bail  or  the  depositor  to  
  • 16. return  to  the  defendant  or  other  person  who  has  paid  the  premium  or  any  part  of  it,  all  of  the  money  so  paid  or  any  part  of  it.    1301.    For  the  purpose  of  surrendering  the  defendant,  the  bail  or  any  person  who  has  deposited  money  or  bonds  to  secure  the  release  of  the  defendant,  at  any  time  before  such  bail  or  other  person  is  finally  discharged,  and  at  any  place  within  the  state,  may  himself  arrest  defendant,  or  by  written  authority  indorsed  on  a  certified  copy  of  the  undertaking  or  a  certified  copy  of  the  certificate  of  deposit,  may  empower  any  person  of  suitable  age  to  do  so.  Any  bail  or  other  person  who  so  arrests  a  defendant  in  this  state  shall,  without  unnecessary  delay,  and,  in  any  event,  within  48  hours  of  the  arrest,  deliver  the  defendant  to  the  court  or  magistrate  before  whom  the  defendant  is  required  to  appear  or  to  the  custody  of  the  sheriff  or  police  for  confinement  in  the  appropriate  jail  in  the  county  or  city  in  which  defendant  is  required  to  appear.  Any  bail  or  other  person  who  arrests  a  defendant  outside  this  state  shall,  without  unnecessary  delay  after  the  time  defendant  is  brought  into  this  state,  and,  in  any  event,  within  48  hours  after  defendant  is  brought  into  this  state,  deliver  the  defendant  to  the  custody  of  the  court  or  magistrate  before  whom  the  defendant  is  required  to  appear  or  to  the  custody  of  the  sheriff  or  police  for  confinement  in  the  appropriate  jail  in  the  county  or  city  in  which  defendant  is  required  to  appear.  Any  bail  or  other  person  who  willfully  fails  to  deliver  a  defendant  to  the  court,  magistrate,  sheriff,  or  police  as  required  by  this  section  is  guilty  of  a  misdemeanor.  The  provisions  of  this  section  relating  to  the  time  of  delivery  of  a  defendant  are  for  his  benefit  and,  with  the  consent  of  the  bail,  may  be  waived  by  him.  To  be  valid,  such  waiver  shall  be  in  writing,  signed  by  the  defendant,  and  delivered  to  such  bail  or  other  person  within  48  hours  after  the  defendants  arrest  or  entry  into  this  state,  as  the  case  may  be.  The  defendant,  at  any  time  and  in  the  same  manner,  may  revoke  said  waiver.  Whereupon,  he  shall  be  delivered  as  provided  herein  without  unnecessary  delay  and,  in  any  event  within  48  hours  from  the  time  of  such  revocation.  If  any  48-­‐hour  period  specified  in  this  section  terminates  on  a  Saturday,  Sunday,  or  holiday,  delivery  of  a  defendant  by  a  bail  or  other  person  to  the  court  or  magistrate  or  to  the  custody  of  the  sheriff  or  police  may,  without  violating  this  section,  take  place  before  
  • 17. noon  on  the  next  day  following  which  is  not  a  Saturday,  Sunday,  or  holiday.    1302.    If  money  has  been  deposited  instead  of  bail,  and  the  defendant,  at  any  time  before  the  forfeiture  thereof,  surrenders  himself  or  herself  to  the  officer  to  whom  the  commitment  was  directed,  in  the  manner  provided  in  Sections  1300  and  1301,  the  court  shall  order  a  return  of  the  deposit  to  the  defendant  or  to  the  person  or  persons  found  by  the  court  to  have  deposited  said  money  on  behalf  of  the  defendant,  upon  the  production  of  the  certificate  of  the  officer  showing  the  surrender,  and  upon  a  notice  of  five  days  to  the  district  attorney,  with  a  copy  of  the  certificate.    1303.    If  an  action  or  proceeding  against  a  defendant  who  has  been  admitted  to  bail  is  dismissed,  the  bail  shall  not  be  exonerated  until  a  period  of  15  days  has  elapsed  since  the  entry  of  the  order  of  dismissal.  If,  within  such  period,  the  defendant  is  arrested  and  charged  with  a  public  offense  arising  out  of  the  same  act  or  omission  upon  which  the  action  or  proceeding  was  based,  the  bail  shall  be  applied  to  the  public  offense.  If  an  undertaking  of  bail  is  on  file,  the  clerk  of  the  court  shall  promptly  mail  notice  to  the  surety  on  the  bond  and  the  bail  agent  who  posted  the  bond  whenever  the  bail  is  applied  to  a  public  offense  pursuant  to  this  section.    1304.    Any  bail,  or  moneys  or  bonds  deposited  in  lieu  of  bail,  or  any  equity  in  real  property  as  security  in  lieu  of  bail,  or  any  agreement  whereby  the  defendant  is  released  on  his  or  her  own  recognizance  shall  be  exonerated  two  years  from  the  effective  date  of  the  initial  bond,  provided  that  the  court  is  informed  in  writing  at  least  60  days  prior  to  2  years  after  the  initial  bond  of  the  fact  that  the  bond  is  to  be  exonerated,  or  unless  the  court  determines  otherwise  and  informs  the  party  executing  the  bail  of  the  reasons  that  the  bail  is  not  exonerated.  
  • 18. PENAL  CODE  SECTION    1305-­1308  1305.        (a)  A  court  shall  in  open  court  declare  forfeited  the  undertaking  of  bail  or  the  money  or  property  deposited  as  bail  if,  without  sufficient  excuse,  a  defendant  fails  to  appear  for  any  of  the  following:  (1)  Arraignment.  (2)  Trial.  (3)  Judgment.  (4)  Any  other  occasion  prior  to  the  pronouncement  of  judgment  if  the  defendants  presence  in  court  is  lawfully  required.  (5)  To  surrender  himself  or  herself  in  execution  of  the  judgment  after  appeal.  However,  the  court  shall  not  have  jurisdiction  to  declare  a  forfeiture  and  the  bail  shall  be  released  of  all  obligations  under  the  bond  if  the  case  is  dismissed  or  if  no  complaint  is  filed  within  15  days  from  the  date  of  arraignment.  (b)  If  the  amount  of  the  bond  or  money  or  property  deposited  exceeds  four  hundred  dollars  ($400),  the  clerk  of  the  court  shall,  within  30  days  of  the  forfeiture,  mail  notice  of  the  forfeiture  to  the  surety  or  the  depositor  of  money  posted  instead  of  bail.  At  the  same  time,  the  court  shall  mail  a  copy  of  the  forfeiture  notice  to  the  bail  agent  whose  name  appears  on  the  bond.  The  clerk  shall  also  execute  a  certificate  of  mailing  of  the  forfeiture  notice  and  shall  place  the  certificate  in  the  courts  file.  If  the  notice  of  forfeiture  is  required  to  be  mailed  pursuant  to  this  section,  the  180-­‐day  period  provided  for  in  this  section  shall  be  extended  by  a  period  of  five  days  to  allow  for  the  mailing.  If  the  surety  is  an  authorized  corporate  surety,  and  if  the  bond  plainly  displays  the  mailing  address  of  the  corporate  surety  and  the  bail  agent,  then  notice  of  the  forfeiture  shall  be  mailed  to  the  surety  at  that  address  and  to  the  bail  agent,  and  mailing  alone  to  the  surety  or  the  bail  agent  shall  not  constitute  compliance  with  this  section.  The  surety  or  depositor  shall  be  released  of  all  obligations  under  the  bond  if  any  of  the  following  conditions  apply:  (1)  The  clerk  fails  to  mail  the  notice  of  forfeiture  in  accordance  with  this  section  within  30  days  after  the  entry  of  the  forfeiture.  (2)  The  clerk  fails  to  mail  the  notice  of  forfeiture  to  the  surety  at  the  address  printed  on  the  bond.  (3)  The  clerk  fails  to  mail  a  copy  of  the  notice  of  forfeiture  to  the  bail  agent  at  the  address  shown  on  the  bond.  (c)  (1)  If  the  defendant  appears  either  voluntarily  or  in  custody  after  surrender  or  arrest  in  court  within  180  days  of  the  date  of  forfeiture  or  within  180  days  of  the  date  of  mailing  of  the  notice  if  the  notice  is  required  under  subdivision  (b),  the  court  shall,  on  its  own  motion  at  the  time  the  defendant  first  appears  in  court  on  the  case  in  which  the  forfeiture  was  entered,  direct  the  order  of  forfeiture  to  be  vacated  and  the  bond  exonerated.  If  the  court  fails  to  so  act  on  its  own  motion,  then  the  suretys  or  depositors  obligations  under  the  bond  shall  be  immediately  vacated  and  the  bond  exonerated.  An  order  vacating  the  forfeiture  and  exonerating  the  bond  may  be  made  on  terms  that  are  just  and  do  not  exceed  the  terms  imposed  in  similar  situations  with  respect  to  other  forms  of  pretrial  release.  (2)  If,  within  the  county  where  the  case  is  located,  the  defendant  is  surrendered  to  custody  by  the  bail  or  is  arrested  in  the  underlying  case  within  the  180-­‐day  period,  and  is  subsequently  released  from  custody  prior  to  an  appearance  in  court,  the  court  shall,  on  its  own  motion,  direct  the  order  of  forfeiture  to  be  vacated  and  the  bond  exonerated.  If  the  court  fails  to  so  
  • 19. act  on  its  own  motion,  then  the  suretys  or  depositors  obligations  under  the  bond  shall  be  immediately  vacated  and  the  bond  exonerated.  An  order  vacating  the  forfeiture  and  exonerating  the  bond  may  be  made  on  terms  that  are  just  and  do  not  exceed  the  terms  imposed  in  similar  situations  with  respect  to  other  forms  of  pretrial  release.  (3)  If,  outside  the  county  where  the  case  is  located,  the  defendant  is  surrendered  to  custody  by  the  bail  or  is  arrested  in  the  underlying  case  within  the  180-­‐day  period,  the  court  shall  vacate  the  forfeiture  and  exonerate  the  bail.  (4)  In  lieu  of  exonerating  the  bond,  the  court  may  order  the  bail  reinstated  and  the  defendant  released  on  the  same  bond  if  both  of  the  following  conditions  are  met:  (A)  The  bail  is  given  prior  notice  of  the  reinstatement.  (B)  The  bail  has  not  surrendered  the  defendant.  (d)  In  the  case  of  a  permanent  disability,  the  court  shall  direct  the  order  of  forfeiture  to  be  vacated  and  the  bail  or  money  or  property  deposited  as  bail  exonerated  if,  within  180  days  of  the  date  of  forfeiture  or  within  180  days  of  the  date  of  mailing  of  the  notice  if  notice  is  required  under  subdivision  (b),  it  is  made  apparent  to  the  satisfaction  of  the  court  that  both  of  the  following  conditions  are  met:  (1)  The  defendant  is  deceased  or  otherwise  permanently  unable  to  appear  in  the  court  due  to  illness,  insanity,  or  detention  by  military  or  civil  authorities.  (2)  The  absence  of  the  defendant  is  without  the  connivance  of  the  bail.  (e)  In  the  case  of  a  temporary  disability,  the  court  shall  order  the  tolling  of  the  180-­‐day  period  provided  in  this  section  during  the  period  of  temporary  disability,  provided  that  it  appears  to  the  satisfaction  of  the  court  that  the  following  conditions  are  met:  (1)  The  defendant  is  temporarily  disabled  by  reason  of  illness,  insanity,  or  detention  by  military  or  civil  authorities.  (2)  Based  upon  the  temporary  disability,  the  defendant  is  unable  to  appear  in  court  during  the  remainder  of  the  180-­‐day  period.  (3)  The  absence  of  the  defendant  is  without  the  connivance  of  the  bail.  The  period  of  the  tolling  shall  be  extended  for  a  reasonable  period  of  time,  at  the  discretion  of  the  court,  after  the  cessation  of  the  disability  to  allow  for  the  return  of  the  defendant  to  the  jurisdiction  of  the  court.  (f)  In  all  cases  where  a  defendant  is  in  custody  beyond  the  jurisdiction  of  the  court  that  ordered  the  bail  forfeited,  and  the  prosecuting  agency  elects  not  to  seek  extradition  after  being  informed  of  the  location  of  the  defendant,  the  court  shall  vacate  the  forfeiture  and  exonerate  the  bond  on  terms  that  are  just  and  do  not  exceed  the  terms  imposed  in  similar  situations  with  respect  to  other  forms  of  pretrial  release.  (g)  In  all  cases  of  forfeiture  where  a  defendant  is  not  in  custody  and  is  beyond  the  jurisdiction  of  the  state,  is  temporarily  detained,  by  the  bail  agent,  in  the  presence  of  a  local  law  enforcement  officer  of  the  jurisdiction  in  which  the  defendant  is  located,  and  is  positively  identified  by  that  law  enforcement  officer  as  the  wanted  defendant  in  an  affidavit  signed  under  penalty  of  perjury,  and  the  prosecuting  agency  elects  not  to  seek  extradition  after  being  informed  of  the  location  of  the  defendant,  the  court  shall  vacate  the  forfeiture  and  exonerate  the  bond  on  terms  that  are  just  and  do  not  exceed  the  terms  imposed  in  similar  situations  with  respect  to  other  forms  of  pretrial  release.  (h)  As  used  in  this  section,  "arrest"  includes  a  hold  placed  on  the  defendant  in  the  underlying  case  while  he  or  she  is  in  custody  on  other  charges.  (i)  A  motion  filed  in  a  timely  manner  within  the  180-­‐day  period  may  be  heard  within  30  days  of  the  expiration  of  the  180-­‐day  period.  The  court  may  extend  the  30-­‐day  period  upon  a  showing  of  good  cause.  The  motion  may  be  made  by  the  surety  insurer,  the  bail  agent,  the  surety,  or  the  
  • 20. depositor  of  money  or  property,  any  of  whom  may  appear  in  person  or  through  an  attorney.  The  court,  in  its  discretion,  may  require  that  the  moving  party  provide  10  days  prior  notice  to  the  applicable  prosecuting  agency,  as  a  condition  precedent  to  granting  the  motion.    1305.1.    If  the  defendant  fails  to  appear  for  arraignment,  trial,  judgment,  or  upon  any  other  occasion  when  his  or  her  appearance  is  lawfully  required,  but  the  court  has  reason  to  believe  that  sufficient  excuse  may  exist  for  the  failure  to  appear,  the  court  may  continue  the  case  for  a  period  it  deems  reasonable  to  enable  the  defendant  to  appear  without  ordering  a  forfeiture  of  bail  or  issuing  a  bench  warrant.  If,  after  the  court  has  made  the  order,  the  defendant,  without  sufficient  excuse,  fails  to  appear  on  or  before  the  continuance  date  set  by  the  court,  the  bail  shall  be  forfeited  and  a  warrant  for  the  defendants  arrest  may  be  ordered  issued.    1305.2.    If  an  assessment  is  made  a  condition  of  the  order  to  set  aside  the  forfeiture  of  an  undertaking,  deposit,  or  bail  under  Section  1305,  the  clerk  of  the  court  shall  within  30  days  mail  notice  thereof  to  the  surety  or  depositor  at  the  address  of  its  principal  office,  mail  a  copy  to  the  bail  agent  whose  name  appears  on  the  bond,  and  shall  execute  a  certificate  of  mailing  and  place  it  in  the  court  s  file  in  the  case.  The  time  limit  for  payment  shall  in  no  event  be  less  than  30  days  after  the  date  of  mailing  of  the  notice.  If  the  assessment  has  not  been  paid  by  the  date  specified,  the  court  shall  determine  if  a  certificate  of  mailing  has  been  executed,  and  if  none  has,  the  court  shall  cause  a  notice  to  be  mailed  to  the  surety,  depositor,  or  bail  agent  whose  name  appears  on  the  bond,  and  the  surety,  depositor,  or  bail  agent  whose  name  appears  on  the  bond  shall  be  allowed  an  additional  30  days  to  pay  the  assessment.    1305.3.    The  district  attorney,  county  counsel,  or  applicable  prosecuting  agency,  as  the  case  may  be,  shall  recover,  out  of  the  forfeited  bail  money,  the  costs  incurred  in  successfully  opposing  a  motion  to  vacate  the  forfeiture  and  in  collecting  on  the  summary  judgment  prior  to  the  division  of  the  forfeited  bail  money  between  the  cities  and  counties  in  accordance  with  Section  1463.    1305.4.    Notwithstanding  Section  1305,  the  surety  insurer,  the  bail  agent,  the  surety,  or  the  depositor  may  file  a  motion,  based  upon  good  cause,  for  an  order  extending  the  180-­‐day  period  provided  in  that  section.  The  motion  shall  include  a  declaration  or  affidavit  that  states  the  reasons  showing  good  cause  to  extend  that  period.  The  court,  upon  a  hearing  and  a  showing  of  good  cause,  may  order  the  period  extended  to  a  time  not  exceeding  180  days  from  its  order.  A  motion  may  be  filed  and  calendared  as  provided  in  subdivision  (i)  of  Section  1305.  
  • 21.  1306.    (a)  When  any  bond  is  forfeited  and  the  period  of  time  specified  in  Section  1305  has  elapsed  without  the  forfeiture  having  been  set  aside,  the  court  which  has  declared  the  forfeiture,  regardless  of  the  amount  of  the  bail,  shall  enter  a  summary  judgment  against  each  bondsman  named  in  the  bond  in  the  amount  for  which  the  bondsman  is  bound.  The  judgment  shall  be  the  amount  of  the  bond  plus  costs,  and  notwithstanding  any  other  law,  no  penalty  assessments  shall  be  levied  or  added  to  the  judgment.  (b)  If  a  court  grants  relief  from  bail  forfeiture,  it  shall  impose  a  monetary  payment  as  a  condition  of  relief  to  compensate  the  people  for  the  costs  of  returning  a  defendant  to  custody  pursuant  to  Section  1305,  except  for  cases  where  the  court  determines  that  in  the  best  interest  of  justice  no  costs  should  be  imposed.  The  amount  imposed  shall  reflect  the  actual  costs  of  returning  the  defendant  to  custody.  Failure  to  act  within  the  required  time  to  make  the  payment  imposed  pursuant  to  this  subdivision  shall  not  be  the  basis  for  a  summary  judgment  against  any  or  all  of  the  underlying  amount  of  the  bail.  A  summary  judgment  entered  for  failure  to  make  the  payment  imposed  under  this  subdivision  is  subject  to  the  provisions  of  Section  1308,  and  shall  apply  only  to  the  amount  of  the  costs  owing  at  the  time  the  summary  judgment  is  entered,  plus  administrative  costs  and  interests.  (c)  If,  because  of  the  failure  of  any  court  to  promptly  perform  the  duties  enjoined  upon  it  pursuant  to  this  section,  summary  judgment  is  not  entered  within  90  days  after  the  date  upon  which  it  may  first  be  entered,  the  right  to  do  so  expires  and  the  bail  is  exonerated.  (d)  A  dismissal  of  the  complaint,  indictment,  or  information  after  the  default  of  the  defendant  shall  not  release  or  affect  the  obligation  of  the  bail  bond  or  undertaking.  (e)  The  district  attorney  or  county  counsel  shall:  (1)  Demand  immediate  payment  of  the  judgment  within  30  days  after  the  summary  judgment  becomes  final.  (2)  If  the  judgment  remains  unpaid  for  a  period  of  20  days  after  demand  has  been  made,  shall  forthwith  enforce  the  judgment  in  the  manner  provided  for  enforcement  of  money  judgments  generally.  If  the  judgment  is  appealed  by  the  surety  or  bondsman,  the  undertaking  required  to  be  given  in  these  cases  shall  be  provided  by  a  surety  other  than  the  one  filing  the  appeal.  The  undertaking  shall  comply  with  the  enforcement  requirements  of  Section  917.1  of  the  Code  of  Civil  Procedure.  (f)  The  right  to  enforce  a  summary  judgment  entered  against  a  bondsman  pursuant  to  this  section  shall  expire  two  years  after  the  entry  of  the  judgment.    1306.1.    The  provisions  of  Sections  1305  and  1306  shall  not  affect  the  payment  of  bail  deposits  into  the  city  or  county  treasury,  as  the  case  may  be,  pursuant  to  Section  40512  of  the  Vehicle  Code  in  those  cases  arising  under  Section  40500  of  the  Vehicle  Code.    1307.    If,  by  reason  of  the  neglect  of  the  defendant  to  appear,  money  deposited  instead  of  bail  is  forfeited,  and  the  forfeiture  is  not  discharged  or  remitted,  the  clerk  
  • 22. with  whom  it  is  deposited  must,  at  the  end  of  180  days,  unless  the  court  has  before  that  time  discharged  the  forfeiture,  pay  over  the  money  deposited  to  the  county  treasurer.    1308.    (a)  No  court  or  magistrate  shall  accept  any  person  or  corporation  as  surety  on  bail  if  any  summary  judgment  against  that  person  or  corporation  entered  pursuant  to  Section  1306  remains  unpaid  after  the  expiration  of  30  days  after  service  of  the  notice  of  the  entry  of  the  summary  judgment,  provided  that,  if  during  the  30  days  an  action  or  proceeding  available  at  law  is  initiated  to  determine  the  validity  of  the  order  of  forfeiture  or  summary  judgment  rendered  on  it,  this  section  shall  be  rendered  inoperative  until  that  action  or  proceeding  has  finally  been  determined,  provided  that,  if  an  appeal  is  taken,  an  appeal  bond  is  posted  in  compliance  with  Section  917.1  of  the  Code  of  Civil  Procedure.  (b)  The  clerk  of  the  court  in  which  the  judgment  is  rendered  shall  serve  notice  of  the  entry  of  judgment  upon  the  judgment  debtor  within  five  days  after  the  date  of  the  entry  of  the  summary  judgment.  
  • 23. Title 10 1California Code of Regulations INVESTMENT2053. Application; ConstructionThis article as amended is applicable to all applications for licenses filed after theeffective date of such amendments, to all transactions or severable portions thereofoccurring thereafter and to the keeping of all records pertaining to such transactions orseverable portions thereof. All such applications filed prior thereto and all transactionsor severable portions hereof occurring prior thereto and the keeping of recordspertaining thereto shall be governed by the provisions of this article which were in effectprior to such date. Insofar as the provisions of this article are substantially the same asthe provisions of this article as it read prior to said effective date, they shall beconstrued as restatements and continuations thereof and not as new provisions. Note: Authority cited for Article 2 (2053-2104, inclusive), Section 1812, Insurance Code. Reference: Sections 1800-1822, California Insurance Code. History 1. Repealer of Article 2 (2055-2102, inclusive) filed 11-30-53, designated effective 1-1-54; new Article 2 (2053-2104, inclusive) filed 11-30-53, designated effective 12-1-53 as therein specified (Register 53, No. 22). 2. Repealer of 2053,2053.1 and 2053.2 filed 12-11-53 as an emergency; designated effective 1-1-54; new 2053, 2053.1 and 2053.2 filed 12-11-53 as an emergency; designated effective 1-1-54 (Register 53, No. 22). 3. Repealer of Article 2 (Sections 2053-2104) and new Article 2 (Sections 2053-2104) filed 9-12-77; effective thirtieth day thereafter (Register 77, No. 38).2053.1. Past Violations; Power of CommissionerInsofar as the provisions of this article are new provisions, their promulgation shall notpreclude the commissioner from taking such action as is permitted law for acts oromissions which occurred prior to the effective date these amendments.2054. Definitions; Application of Insurance CodeInsofar as they are applicable, the definitions contained in the General Provisions andin Chapter 7, Part 2, Division 1 of the Insurance Code are applicable to this article.
  • 24. Title 10 2California Code of Regulations2054.1. “Bail License"; “Bail Licensee"; Terms DefinedAs used in this article “bail license" includes all licenses specified in Section 1801 of theInsurance Code and “bail licensee" the holders thereof whether on a permanent ortemporary basis and whether as individuals or as members of a partnership.2054.2. “Bail Agent" or “Permittee" Includes CopartnersWhenever the term “bail agent” or “permittee" is used in this article, such term includesthe members of a partnership of bad [bail] agents or permittees if applicable.2054.3. “Bail"; “Transaction of Bail"; Terms DefinedAs used in this article “bail" or “transaction of bail" includes “undertakings of bail andbail bond" as that term is defined in Insurance Code Section 1800.4, including theactivities in respect to execution or delivery of undertakings of bail of any person,whether designated “general agent" or otherwise, who conducts, or supervises theconduct of bail business pursuant to contract with a surety insurer.2054.4. Payment of Commissions; Unlawful Rebates; ProhibitedNo person may receive commission on bail or the transaction of bail as defined inSection 2054.3 unless he holds a bail license as defined in Section 2054.1. No baillicensee shall pay or allow in any manner, directly or indirectly, to any person who is notalso a bail licensee any commission or other valuable consideration on or in connectionwith a bail transaction. This section shall not prohibit payments by a bail licensee to anunlicensed person of charges such person for services of the kind specified in Section2081(c) and (d).2054.5. “Arrestee" DefinedAs used in this article “arrestee" means any person actually detained or subject todetention in custody whose release may lawfully be effected by bail.
  • 25. Title 10 3California Code of Regulations2054.6. Notices; Time for FilingWhenever any provision of this article requires that notice be given to or that filing bemade with the commissioner a specified period of time before a matter may lawfully beused or an event lawfully occur, such period of time may be reduced by thecommissioner at the request of the licensee if good cause is shown therefor.2054.7. Notice of Noncompliance; Request and HearingWhenever pursuant to any provision of this article the commissioner gives notice to anyperson that such person may not establish a particular relationship or perform aparticular act, such person shall upon written request therefor filed within 10 days ofsaid notice be granted within 60 days following the date of such notice on the issues ofnoncompliance specified in such notice. Whenever pursuant to the provisions of thisarticle the commissioner gives notice to any person to discontinue within a specifiedtime a particular established relationship or the performance of a particular act, suchperson shall upon written request therefor filed within 10 days of said notice be granteda hearing on the issues of noncompliance specified in such notice which shall big heldat least 10 days prior to the date specified in the notice as the date such person shalldiscontinue the relationship or the act. LICENSE REGULATIONS2055. Applications; FormsAll applications for original or renewal bail licenses shall be on forms furnished by thecommissioner. All applicants for such licenses and all bail licensees shall furnish suchsupplementary information and supporting statements as the commissioner mayrequire.2056. License QualificationsAn original bail license shall not be issued to any person unless he: (a) Is a California resident and has been such for a period of two years immediately preceding issuance of the license.
  • 26. Title 10 4California Code of Regulations (b) Satisfies the commissioner that he is a person of good business reputation and of good general reputation in: (1) The community in which he intends to principally engage in the transaction of bail, or (2) The community or communities in which he formerly resided, if he has not been a resident of the community in which he intends to principally engage in the transaction of bail for a sufficient period of time to establish such reputation. (c) Is 18 or more years of age.2057. Prohibited AssociationsAn original or renewal bail license shall not be issued to any person nor shall it be keptin force if he is: (a) Regularly or frequently employed by or associated with: (1) A court of law in respect to its exercise of its criminal jurisdiction, if any, (2) A public law enforcement agency possessing the power of arrest and detention of persons suspected of violating the law in the specific terms of the statutes establishing and governing the agency. (b) A private patrol operator. (c) An active member of the State Bar of California. (d) An associate of persons of bad general or bad business reputation, or criminals, except to the extent that such association is required in the transaction of bail with such persons. (e) In case the associations defined in (d) above are only with persons related to the licensee or applicant by blood or marriage, on good cause shown the commissioner may issue the license applied for or a restricted license, or may revoke an existing license and issue in lieu thereof a restricted license.2058. License; Prior Prohibited Associations
  • 27. Title 10 5California Code of RegulationsAn unrestricted original bail license shall not be issued to any person if within the two-year period immediately prior to his application a license would not have been issued tohim for any of the reasons specified in Section 2057 (a); but a restricted bail licensemay be issued to such person if he presents evidence satisfactory to the commissionerthat his bail business will be conducted in a county other than any county wherein hewas employed by or associated with a court of law or law enforcement agency; or thatsuch business will be conducted only in a part of the same county so remote from theplace of his prior employment that such employment will have no affect on his conductof his bail business.2059. Solicitor, Other Licenses ProhibitedA person licensed as a bail solicitor may not at the same time be licensedas: (a) A bail agent. (b) A bail permittee. (c) A bail solicitor for more than one employer unless all such employers are partners, in which event he shall be licensed as a solicitor for all partners. TRANSACTION OF BAIL THROUGH PARTNERSHIPS AND EMPLOYEES2060. Natural Persons OnlyOnly natural persons may be issued a bail license.2061. Transacting as Partners; NoticesTwo or more bail agents or permittees desiring to transact bail as partners shall file withthe commissioner the written statement required by Section 2061.2 at least 10 daysprior to so transacting, except as provided by Section 2061.3.2061.1. Partners; Individual Licensing; Rebating
  • 28. Title 10 6California Code of RegulationsEach partner shall be licensed individually as a bail agent or permittee, or both, andevery partner shall be licensed in the same capacity or capacities as the othermembers of the partnership so that all partners will be licensed in the same capacity orcapacities; except the commissioner may permit the inclusion of an unlicensed partnerif evidence is presented satisfactory to him that such unlicensed partner will have nofunctions, duties or responsibilities involving the actual conduct, supervision ortransaction of the bail business.2061.2. Copartners; Filing Individual StatementsA written statement subscribed by each partner shall be filed with the commissionersetting forth: (a) The nature of all businesses conducted or intended to be conducted by the partnership. (b) The location of the principal place of conduct of the bail business of the partnership and of all other places for the conduct of such business. (c) The proportion of ownership of each member of the partnership. (d) An agreement to immediately notify the commissioner of any change in the membership of the partnership or of the matters set forth in (a) to (c) hereof.2061.3. Change in Partnership; NoticesUpon any change in the membership of the partnership whether through death,dissolution, addition, deletion, or otherwise, or upon the revocation of the license of anypartner, the survivors or successors to the bail business, if they are to act a partnership,shall file a new statement pursuant to Section 2061.2 and shall be subject to therequirements of Section 2061.1. If the change in membership arises through the deathor revocation of the license of three or more persons whose partnership agreementprovides for continuation of the partnership by the survivors, such survivors maycontinue to transact bail as a partnership until the expiration of such reasonable periodof time as may be specified in any notice which may be sent by the commissionerpursuant to Section 2054.7.2061.4. Copartnership Suspension; Prohibitions
  • 29. Title 10 7California Code of RegulationsIf the license of any partner is suspended such partner may not engage in thetransaction of bail nor may he receive any commission on, or profit derived from, suchtransactions entered into by other persons during the period of suspension.2061.5. Copartnership; Disciplinary Action for Act of One PartnerThe licenses of each member of a partnership are subject to suspension or revocationfor the failure of the partnership or of any member of the partnership to comply with alllaws and rules governing or regulating the conduct of the bail business or actsincidental thereto if such failure occurred with his express or implied knowledge,consent, ratification or collusion.2062. Licensed Employees; Notice of EmploymentA bail agent or permittee or a partnership of bail agents or permittees desiring toemploy another person licensed as a bail agent or permittee for the purpose ofassisting him in his bail business shall file with the commissioner a written statement asrequired by Section 2062.2 at least 10 days prior to such employment. If prior to theexpiration of such 10-day period the commissioner gives notice to the prospectiveemployer specifying wherein such employment would be contrary to any provision ofthis article or any law relating to bail, such person shall not be employed. If after such10-day period and after the establishment of the employer-employee relationship thecommissioner gives notice to such wherein the continued employer-employeerelationship would be contrary to any provision of this article or any law relating to bail,they shall discontinue such relationship within such reasonable time as thecommissioner may prescribe.2062.1. Employee; Licensed in Same Capacity as EmployerEach such employee (employed pursuant to Section 2062) shall be licensed in thesame capacity or capacities as the employing bail licensee or bail licensees.2062.2. Employment; Written NoticesA written statement subscribed by the employer and each such employee (employedpursuant to Section 2062) shall be filed with the commissioner setting forth: (a) The fact of employment.
  • 30. Title 10 8California Code of Regulations (b) The location of the place of business from which the employee will normally transact bail. (c) The basis of compensation of the employee and if such compensation is to be more than $1,000 per month the amount thereof. (d) An agreement to immediately notify the commissioner in writing of any change in the matters set forth in (a) to (c) hereof.2063. Licensed and Unlicensed Employees; EffectSections 2063.1 to 2063.2, inclusive, apply to each employee of a bail agent orpermittee whether or not such employee is licensed as a bail agent, permittee orsolicitor if such employee performs any duties connected with the transaction of bail byhis employer.2063.1. Employer Supervision; Disciplinary ActionAn employing bail agent or permittee shall exercise a reasonable degree of supervisionover his employees and make a reasonable effort to keep informed of their acts as hisemployees. Failure of the employer to exercise such supervision resulting in theviolation of law or these regulations by the employee may result in disciplinary actionagainst the employer.2063.2. Branch OfficesA bail licensee (i.e., the owner, a partner or a licensed employee) shall be in charge, ashis usual and customary place of business, of each branch office.2063.3. Solicitor; Transactions and ConductA bail solicitor shall not conduct a bail business or transact bail under any name or atany address other than that of his employer, nor shall he use any forms or documentsin connection with a bail transaction other than those of his employer.
  • 31. Title 10 9California Code of Regulations CONDUCT OF BAIL LICENSEES2064. Bail Licensees; Capacity and ConductEvery bail licensee shall conduct his business in such a manner that the public andthose dealing with him shall be aware of the capacity in which he is acting, and if hetransacts bail both as an employee and as an individual or in any other dual capacity,each such transaction shall be so conducted that the public and those dealing with himshall not be confused as to the capacity in which he acts.2065. Business in Specified Capacities Only and NoticesEvery bail agent or permittee shall conduct his bail business: (a) As an individual; (b) As a member of a partnership as provided in Section 2061; (c) As an employee of another bail agent or permittee as provided in Section 2062; (d) As the temporary associate of another bail agent or permittee in the joint transaction of bail if such temporary association is limited to a single transaction or to a series of related transactions; (e) As the temporary conductor of the bail business of another bail a period of his temporary absence; or (f) In any other lawful manner provided written notice is filed with the commissioner by the bail licensee at least 10 days prior to his so conducting his bail business setting forth full details of the manner in which the business will be conducted and the names of all persons, if any, to associated with him. If prior to the expiration of such 10-day period the commissioner gives notice to such bail licensee specifying wherein the intended conduct of the business would be contrary to any provision of this article or any law relating to bail, such bail licensee shall not so conduct his business. If after such 10-day period the commissioner gives notice to such bail licensee specifying wherein the continued conduct of his bail business would be contrary to any provision of this article or any law relating to bail, he shall discontinue to so conduct his business within such reasonable time as the commissioner may prescribe.
  • 32. Title 10 10California Code of Regulations2066. Business in Own NameExcept as provided in Section 1724.5 of the Insurance Code and the commissionersregulations promulgated thereunder (Sections 2050 and following of Title 10 of theCalifornia Administrative Code) and Sections 2066.2, 2066.3, 2066.4 hereof, every baillicensee shall do business in his own name.2066.1. Using Employers NameEvery bail agent and permittee employed by another bail agent or permittee pursuant toSection 2062 and acting as such and every bail solicitor shall do business only in thenatural name or fictitious name, if any, of his employer.2066.2. Using Predecessors NameThe permission under Section 1724.5 of the Insurance Code to use a predecessorsname in case a bail agent or permittee purchases or succeeds to the bail business ofanother bail agent or permittee is applicable only where the business so purchased orsucceeded to was a bona fide business which the predecessor or predecessors hadactively conducted as a bail business for at least 5 consecutive years.2066.3. Fictitious Names; Filing, Similar NamesPrior to its use, a fictitious name or style must be: (a) Filed with and approved by the commissioner in writing (b) Filed with the county clerk of all counties in which user thereof maintains an office for the transaction of bail or in which he contemplates the active solicitation of bail under such fictitious name or style. (c) Worded in compliance with the requirements of Section 1724.5 of the Insurance Code and the regulations of the commissioner promulgated under authority thereof (Sections 2050 and following of Title 10 of the California Administrative Code).
  • 33. Title 10 11California Code of Regulations2066.4. Disapproval of Fictitious NameIf the commissioner gives notice to a bail agent or permittee specifying wherein thecontinued use of a fictitious name would be in violation of any of the provisions of theInsurance Code or this Article, such bail agent or permittee shall discontinue the use ofsuch fictitious name subject to such extension of time as the commissioner mayprescribe pursuant to the provisions of Section 1724.5 of the Insurance Code.2066.5. Advertising of Fictitious NamesAll advertising or telephone listings in the yellow pages of telephone directories shallcontain the true name of the licensee(s) who owns it with equal prominence with that ofthe fictitious name, so that there will be no indication that another separate businessexists when in fact, the ownership is the same.2067. Misrepresenting Capacity, AuthorityNo bail licensee shall directly or indirectly represent that he is a fidelity or surety insureror that he has the authority or powers of a bail permittee, bail agent or bail solicitorunless he is licensed as such nor shall he misrepresent his authority or power to act onbehalf of a surety insurer; nor shall he advertise his bail business in the yellow pages ofthe telephone directory under “Surety" or “Fidelity."2068. Transactions by Unlicensed Persons; ProhibitionsNo bail licensee shall directly or indirectly permit any person on his behalf to solicit ornegotiate undertakings of bail or bail bonds or to effect undertakings of bail or to issueor deliver bail bonds unless such person is properly licensed by the commissioner toperform such acts, even though such person acts in a purely mechanical or ministerialmanner or renders his services gratuitously. This section shall not prevent a bail agentor permittee from suing [using] the mail, or any messenger or delivery generally, to fileexecuted undertakings of bail or deliver bail bonds, nor shall it prevent such filing orsuch delivery by the attorney or other agent of the arrestee. No person in theemployment of the licensee shall act as an agent of the arrestee in the performance ofany of the acts specified herein.2069. Confidential Communications; Information
  • 34. Title 10 12California Code of RegulationsNo bail licensee shall disclose or reveal any information coming into his possession orto his knowledge concerning an impending arrest or detention of a person by a lawenforcing agency, except in accordance with the lawful inquiry of a law enforcement orjudicial officer, unless such information is a matter of public record or knowledge.2070. Agreements for Bail Before Arrest; ProhibitedNo bail licensee shall enter into an agreement or arrangement with any person, whichagreement or arrangement has for its purpose the guaranteeing or assuring suchperson or any other person in advance of the commission of any offense that bail willbe furnished to such person or any other person when and if such person or any otherperson is arrested, nor shall any bail licensee perform any act which will encourage anyperson to violate the law.2071. Suggesting or Recommending Attorney; ProhibitedNo bail licensee shall in any manner, directly or indirectly, suggest the name of orrecommend any attorney to any arrestee or person purporting to act for or represent anarrestee.2072. Acting for Attorney; ProhibitedNo bail licensee shall receive, accept or collect for, or transmit to, any attorney anymoney or other item of value for attorneys fee, costs or any other purpose on behalf ofan arrestee or any other person with whom bail is negotiated. Any bail licensee who islawfully holding any money or other item of value as collateral may, however, upon therelease of such collateral, honor an assignment thereof to an attorney if the licenseetook no part in the negotiation of such assignment. No bail licensee shall furnish formsfor or otherwise aid in such assignment.2073. Preparation of Writ of Habeas Corpus; ProhibitedNo bail licensee or his employees shall prepare, make, or assist in any manner in thepreparing, making or filing of a petition for a writ of habeas corpus for or on behalf of anarrestee. Such licensee or his employees may, however, without charge and inaccordance with the specific directions of the attorney of the arrestee, perform suchmechanical ministerial acts as will assist such attorney in preparing or making suchpetition.
  • 35. Title 10 13California Code of Regulations2074. Unlawful Solicitations; PlaceExcept as provided in Sections 2074 and 2079.5, no bail licensee shall solicit anyperson for bail in any prison, jail, or other place of detention of persons, court or publicinstitution connected with the administration of justice; or in the halls or corridorsadjacent thereto; provided that a bail licensee may in such halls, corridors or in otherrooms or areas where not prohibited by local rule or ordinance transact bail withpersons specified in Section 2079 who have prior to transaction, requested hisservices.2075. Regulations of Public Authority; ComplianceEvery bail licensee shall fully comply with every rule, regulation or ordinance issued bya proper public authority governing the conduct of persons in or about any prison, jail orother place of detention of persons, court or public institution connected with theadministration of justice. This section shall not be construed to authorize any actconstituting a violation of any other section of this article which is done pursuant to anyrule, regulation or ordinance that is merely permissive in its nature.2076. Informing or Notifying of Arrests; ProhibitionsNo bail licensee shall, for any purpose, directly or indirectly, enter into an arrangementof any kind or have any understanding with a law enforcement officer, newspaperemployee, messenger service or any of its employees, a trusty in a jail, any otherperson incarcerated in a jail, or with any other persons, to inform or notify any licensee(except in direct answer to a question relating to the public records concerning aspecific person named by the licensees in the request for information), directly orindirectly, of: (a) The existence of a criminal complaint; (b) The fact of an arrest; or (c) The fact that an arrest of any person is impending or contemplated. (d) Any information pertaining to the matters set forth in (a) to (c) hereof or the persons involved therein.
  • 36. Title 10 14California Code of Regulations2077. Fictitious CommunicationsNo bail licensee shall, directly or indirectly, transmit or cause to be transmitted tohimself or to any other person a communication authorizing said licensee or any otherperson to solicit or negotiate bail which is a fictitious communication or which is from aperson other than a person from whom he may lawfully solicit bail pursuant to Section2079 or with whom he may lawfully negotiate bail pursuant to Section 2080. No suchcommunication shall, at any time or in any manner, be used directly or indirectly as anaid in securing information concerning a person confined in a jail, prison or other placeof detention or for the purpose of visiting an arrestee therein, or for any other purpose.2077.1. Identification CardEvery bail licensee shall keep in his possession an identification card issued to him bythe commissioner and shall, upon request, show it to any person with whom hetransacts bail. He shall not permit any person other than himself to use his identificationcard for any purpose. The identification card shall be returned to the commissionerimmediately upon the termination of all of the holders bail licenses.2078. Gifts ProhibitedNo bail licensee shall give, directly or indirectly, any gift of any kind to any public officialor employee of any governmental agency who has duties, functions or responsibilitiesin respect to the administration of justice or a place wherein detention of personscharged with crime may occur, or to a prisoner any jail or place of detention. Items ofnominal value which are distributed generally for the purpose of advertising shall not beconsidered gifts for the purpose of this article, except if given to prisoners or personsdirectly in charge of prisoners in their place of detention; nor shall this article preventthe customary giving of gifts to relatives by blood or marriage. But nothing in thisSection shall be construed to justify any rebate or bribe.2079. Soliciting of Bail; Persons.No bail licensee shall solicit bail except in accordance with Section 2079.5 and from: (a) An arrestee; (b) The arrestees attorney;
  • 37. Title 10 15California Code of Regulations (c) An adult member of the arrestees immediate family; or (d) Such other person as the arrestee shall specifically designate in writing. Such designation shall be signed by the arrestee before the solicitation, unless prohibited by the rules, regulations or ordinances governing the place of imprisonment. If so prohibited, it may be signed after release of the arrested to ratify a previous oral designation made by him.2079.1. Solicitation of Arrestee; HoursAny solicitation of an arrestee himself pursuant to Section 2079 (a) shall be only after abona fide request for bail services has been received from the arrestee or from aperson specified in Section 2079 (b) or (c). Any solicitation of a person specified inSection 2079 (c) or (d) shall be only between the hours of 7 oclock a.m., and 11 oclockp.m., unless the bail licensee is directly and specifically authorized in writing by thearrestee or the arrestees attorney to make such solicitation at some other specific time.2080. Negotiation of Bail; PersonsNo bail licensee shall negotiate concerning bail, except with: (a) A person specified in Section 2079; (b) Any other person who without previous solicitation on the part of the bail licensee has requested his services.2081. Collection and Charges PermittedNo bail licensee shall, in any bail transaction or in connection therewith, directly orindirectly, charge or collect money or other valuable consideration from any personexcept for the following purposes: (a) To pay the premium at the rates established by the insurer and set forth on the undertaking of bail or to pay the charges for the bail bond filed in connection with such transaction at the rates filed in accordance with Section 2094. (b) To provide collateral.
  • 38. Title 10 16California Code of Regulations (c) To reimburse himself for actual, necessary and reasonable expenses incurred in connection with the individual bail transaction, including but not limited to: (1) Guard fees after the first 12 hours following release of an arrestee on bail; (2) Notary fees, recording fees, necessary long distance telephone expenses (i.e., telephone calls billed by the telephone company as “long distance," but not those for which “message unit" charges only are made); telegram charges, travel expenses and verification of collateral outside of the county where the bail was arranged; a reasonable posting fee charged by a licensee operating in a county other than that where the bail was arranged; providing that no charge shall be made for travel from the licensees office to post bail in an area where the licensee advertises in the yellow pages of the telephone directory unless the advertisement specifically so states. Such travel charges, when permitted, shall not exceed the amount allowed to be taken as a travel expense for income tax purposes under the federal Internal Revenue Code and Regulations thereunder, or the amount allowed by the State of California to be claimed for mileage by its employees, whichever the licensee chooses. (d) To reimburse himself for actual reasonable and necessary expenses incurred and caused by a breach by the arrestee of any of the terms of the written agreement under which and pursuant to which the undertaking of bail or the bail bond was written. Such reimbursement may not exceed the penal amount of such undertaking or bond and may include a reasonable charge for the services of the licensee, his employees, partners or other persons associated with him in the particular transaction of bail. (e) If a forfeiture of bail occurs and is not set aside, the expenses under (c) and (d) of this Section which are incurred within 180 days of such forfeiture may be charged in addition to the amount of such forfeiture.2082. Prohibited Service ChargesExcept to the extent permitted by Section 2081 (c), (d) , and (e), no bail licensee shallmake any charge for his services in a bail transaction in addition to the premium on anundertaking of bail or the charge for a bail bond at the rates filed in accordance withSection 2094.
  • 39. Title 10 17California Code of Regulations2083. Written Statements of Bail Transactions; Contents; DeliveryEvery bail licensee shall, at the time of obtaining the release of an arrestee on bail orimmediately thereafter, deliver to such arrestee or, if the negotiations concerning thebail were not with the arrestee, to the principal person with whom such negotiationswere had, a numbered document containing the following information: (a) If an undertaking of bail, the name of the surety insurer. (b) The name and address of the bail licensee. (c) The name of the arrestee. (d) The date of release of the arrestee. (e) The date, time and place of the arrestees required appearance. (f) The amount of bail. (g) The offenses with which the arrestee is charged. (h) The premium if an undertaking of bail, or the charge if a bail bond. (I) An itemization of all actual expenses described in Section 2081 (c) and (d), supported by vouchers and receipts, or true copies thereof. (j) The total amount of all charges. (k) The amount received on account. (l) The unpaid balance, if any. (m) A description of and receipt for any collateral received and a statement of any conditions relating thereto including a copy of any written agreement executed in connection therewith.2083.1. Same; Additional StatementsIf, after the release of an arrestee, additional expenses are incurred or charges made,the bail licensee shall immediately deliver to the person specified in Section 2083 anadditional numbered document containing the information, required by Section 2083(h), (i), (j), (k) and (l).
  • 40. Title 10 18California Code of Regulations2084. Guarantor Agreements; Delivery; NoticesAll guarantor agreements shall be in writing, or reduced to writing as soon as possibleafter consummation. If any person acts as a guarantor, a copy of the guarantorsagreement shall be delivered to him promptly upon his execution thereof. No baillicensee shall enforce any such agreement without disclosing to the guarantor allcollateral held by such licensee indemnifying the bond to which the agreement relates,and the identity of all other guarantors thereof, if any.2086. Undertakings of Bail; Delivery; ComplianceNo bail licensee shall deliver an undertaking of bail which does not comply with all ofthe provisions of Section 381 of the Insurance Code.2087. Waiver of Rights of Guarantor, ProhibitedNo bail licensee shall require the waiver by a depositor of collateral or by a guarantor ofany right he might have or thereafter acquire in connection with any bail transaction. Nobail licensee shall require or accept in connection with any bail transaction any waiverof defense, confession of judgment, or other agreement impairing the right of theperson with whom the bail is negotiated or any depositor of collateral or guarantor to adetermination of his rights in a civil court.2088. Collateral; Fiduciary RelationAny bail licensee who receives collateral in connection with a bail transaction shallreceive such collateral in a fiduciary capacity, and prior to any forfeiture of bail shallkeep it separate and apart from any other funds or assets of such licensee.2088.1. Collateral; Custody ThereofIf pursuant to his agreement or contract of agency employment or partnership any baillicensee is or may be required, or in fact does, transfer collateral to another baillicensee, general agent, or surety insurer, such recipient of said collateral shall hold it inthe same fiduciary capacity as the bail licensee, return it, and otherwise handle it inconformity with Sections 2088 through 2089, both inclusive, hereof. Such collateralshall only be transferred to another bail licensee or to a surety insurer holding a
  • 41. Title 10 19California Code of Regulationscertificate of authority in California and said collateral shall not be removed from thisstate.2088.2. Return of CollateralAny collateral received shall be returned to the person who deposited it with the baillicensee or to any assignee of such person, other than the bail licensee or hisrepresentative, as soon as he is advised that the obligation, the satisfaction of whichwas secured by the collateral, is discharged. It is the duty of the bail licensee or suretyinsurer to determine promptly whether such obligation has been discharged uponrequest for return of the collateral by the person depositing it or by his assignee. If thecollateral was deposited to secure the obligation of a bond, it shall be returnedimmediately upon the entry of any order by an authorized official by virtue of whichliability under the bond is terminated. If any licensee or surety insurer which hascustody of the collateral fails to take promptly any action necessary to secure thetermination of such liability, he shall return such collateral immediately upon the accrualof any right to secure an order of termination of liability. If such collateral was depositedas security for unpaid premium or charges and if such premium or charges remainedunpaid at the time of exoneration and after demand therefor has thereafter been madeby the licensee or surety insurer which has custody of the collateral, the collateral otherthan cash may be levied upon in the manner provided by law and the proceeds of suchcollateral may be applied to the amount of such unpaid premium or charges.2088.3. Real Property as CollateralIf a bail licensee receives as collateral in a bail transaction, whether in his own or onanothers behalf, any document which conveys title to real property, such documentshall state on its face that it is executed as part of a security transaction. If suchdocument is recorded, a reconveyance of such property executed in such a mannerthat it may be recorded shall be delivered by the responsible bail licensee or suretyinsurer to the person executing the original conveyance or to his heirs, legalrepresentative or successor in interest immediately upon such responsible partylearning of the satisfaction of the obligation secured; and it is the duty of suchresponsible party to determine promptly whether such obligation has been dischargedupon request for return of the collateral by the person entitled thereto.2089. Return of Excess Collateral on ForfeitureIf collateral received is in excess of the bail forfeited, such excess shall be returned tothe depositor immediately upon the application of the collateral to the forfeiture;
  • 42. Title 10 20California Code of Regulationssubject, however, to any claim for unpaid premium or charges as provided in Section2081.2090. Surrender of Arrestee to Custody; Return of PremiumsNo bail licensee shall surrender an arrestee to custody prior to the time specified in theundertaking of bail or the bail bond for the appearance of the arrestee, or prior to anyother occasion when the presence of the arrestee in court is lawfully required, withoutreturning all premium paid for such undertaking or bond; except that when as the resultof judicial action, information concealed or misrepresented by the arrestee or otherreasonable cause, any one of which was material to the hazard assumed, and thelicensee can show that the hazard was substantially increased, then the bail licenseemay retain incurred out of pocket expenses permitted to be charged by Section 2081(c) and (d). The surrender of an arrestee who is again in custody for an offense forwhich a penalty greater than that for the original offense may not be imposed, or hissurrender at the request of the guarantor shall never, in and of themselves, beconsidered to be reasonable cause for surrender, and in case of any surrender undersuch circumstances, and no actual and substantial increase in hazard can be shown bythe licensee, all premiums received and incurred expenses shall be returned.Compliance with an Order of the Court made pursuant to Section 1300(b) of the PenalCode shall be in compliance with this Section; and a licensee at the time of anysurrender of an arrestee prior to the time specified in the undertaking of bail shallinform such arrestee of his rights under said Section 1300(b) to petition the Court for aruling as to return of premium.2091. Forfeitures; MisrepresentationsNo bail licensee shall make any misleading or untrue representation to a court or to apublic official for the purpose of avoiding or preventing a forfeiture of bail or of havingset aside a forfeiture which has occurred, or for the release of an arrestee on his ownrecognizance after bail has once been placed by the licensee. A copy of all writtenrepresentations made by or on behalf of a bail licensee for such purpose shall be keptas provided in Section 2098, unless such representations are filed by an official as apublic record.2092. Interrogations; Licensee Must AnswerEvery bail licensee must truthfully answer any question asked him by the commissioneror his representative about his bail transactions or matters relating to the conduct of hisbail business, subject only to his lawful constitutional rights against self-incrimination.
  • 43. Title 10 21California Code of Regulations FILINGS AND RECORDS2094. Filing Schedule of ChargesEvery bail permittee shall file with the commissioner a schedule of charges to be madefor bail. He shall also file with the commissioner any change in such charges at leastfive days prior to the effective date thereof. Such charges and changes so filed arepublic records.2094.1. Rates ChargeableNo bail permittee shall issue or deliver a bail bond except at the rates most recentlyfiled with the commissioner in accordance with Section 2094.2094.2. Filing of Charges; Differences in RatesIf a person is licensed as both a bail agent and a bail permittee or licensed in eithercapacity but conducting his bail business under an agreement with a person licensed inthe other capacity, any filing made pursuant to Section 2094 shall state all differencesbetween the premiums charged for undertakings of bail and the charges made for bailbonds and the reasons therefor. If there is any such difference and if for his ownconvenience a bail licensee shall substitute or cause to be substituted one type ofobligation for the other, he shall do so without additional premium or charge. Suchsubstitution without additional premium or charge may not be used as a device ormeans of avoiding compliance with Section 2094 or with Chapter 9, Part 2, Division 1 ofthe Insurance Code.2095. Filings; Necessary NoticesEvery bail licensee shall promptly file with the commissioner the following: (a) If conducting business as a partnership pursuant to Section 2061, the written statement required by Section 2061.2 and any modification thereof.
  • 44. Title 10 22California Code of Regulations (b) If the relationship of a bail agent or permittee employed by another bail agent or permittee or a partnership of bail agents or permittees exists as set forth in Section 2062: (1) The written statement to the commissioner required by Section 2062.2; (2) The written notice of any change as required by Section 2062.2 (d). (c) The written notice required by Section 2065 (f) if applicable to such licensee. (d) The written notice required by Section 2066.4 (a) of any fictitious name or style used pursuant to Section 2066.4. (e) A written notice of any changes made in any of the licensees business addresses. (f) A complete list of all persons employed by the licensee who aid him in any way in the conduct of his bail business setting forth for each employee the full name, duties and basis of compensation, and if such compensation is to be over $1,000 per month the amount thereof. (g) A notice containing the same information as that required by (f) above for each new employee. (h) A notice of termination of the employment of any employee and, if the reason therefor was any act or conduct by the employee which would in the opinion of the employer indicate an unfitness to transact bail, a full statement of such reason. (I) A notice within 10 days after service upon him of the filing of: (1) Any criminal suit; (2) Any action at law against him or of any judgment against him which arises out of his transaction of the bail business or the transaction of bail. (j) A written notice within five days after making any arrangement of any kind to obtain money, securities or other assets to use directly or indirectly in the bail business, giving the name of the person with whom such arrangements have been made, the amount of money or value of other assets involved, the date of the transaction and the details of the arrangement.
  • 45. Title 10 23California Code of Regulations (k) A copy, or a reference to copies already filed and which he will use, of all forms or documents which the licensee intends to use regularly or frequently in connection with his bail transactions, including: (1) The document to be delivered to the arrestee or other person containing the information required by Section 2083; (2) The form of any receipt for or agreement relating to collateral used pursuant to Section 2083 (m); (3) The document to be delivered to the arrestee or other person containing the information required by Section 2083.5; (4) The form of guarantors agreement referred to in Section 2084; (5) The form of original communication referred to in Section 2097 (a); (6) The form or original application referred to in Section 2097 (b); and (7) Any other form or document.2096. Improper Forms; NoticeIf the commissioner finds that any form or document, the filing of which is required bySection 2095 (k), is misleading or contrary to any provision of this article or any lawrelating to bail, he shall notify the bail licensee specifying wherein such form ordocument is misleading or contrary to any provision of this article or any law relating tobail. Thereafter such bail licensee may not use such form or document. If suchnotification is not given to such licensee within 30 days after the filing of such form ordocument, the commissioner shall prescribe a reasonable time after which such form ordocument may not be used.2097. Documents; Retention of Originals or Duplicates by LicenseeEvery bail licensee shall retain in his records the original or duplicate original of thefollowing: (a) Any written request received by him from an arrestee or person acting on his behalf which resulted in the posting of bail by such licensee.
  • 46. Title 10 24California Code of Regulations (b) The application for bail signed by the arrestee or person negotiating bail on his behalf.2098. Documents; Retention of Copies by LicenseeIf a bail licensee has arranged for the posting of bail, he shall in each case retain in hisrecords a copy of the following documents: (a) The document or documents furnishing the arrestee or person negotiating bail on his behalf with the information required by Section 2083. (b) The collateral receipt or any form of agreement relating thereto described in Section 2083 (m). (c) The document listing additional charges required by Section 2083.5. (d) Any written representation made to a court or a public official with respect to the matters dealt with in Section 2091. (e) An guarantors agreement. (f) All documents signed by the arrestee or any person with whom bail is negotiated, the originals of which are not retained by the licensee. (g) All documents delivered to the arrestee or any person with whom bail is negotiated.2099. Documents; Tender to Arrestee or RepresentativeEvery bail licensee shall tender a copy of any document which is executed by anyperson with whom bail is negotiated to such person at the time of the execution thereof.2100. Necessary Record; Open to InspectionEvery bail agent or permittee shall keep complete records of all business done underauthority of his license or under the authority of the license of any bail solicitor, bailagent or bail permittee employed by him. All records kept by such agent or permittee,including all documents and copies thereof shall be open to inspection or examinationby the commissioner or his representatives at all reasonable times, at the principalplace of business of the licensee as designated in his license. Such records shall
  • 47. Title 10 25California Code of Regulationsinclude at least the following information as to each bail transaction shown either in oneof the forms required by the provisions of these rules or in a separate book, ledger, orcard record: (a) The full name and address of the arrestee. (b) The date of arrest, the offense with which the arrestee was charged, the penal amount of the bail, the premium for the undertaking of bail or the amount charged for the bail bond, the date the bail was filed or delivered, and the court or public official before whom the arrestee must appear. (c) The full name and address of the person furnishing information leading to the solicitation or negotiation of the bail, the date and time such information was received, the manner in which it was received, the connection or relationship to the arrestee of the person other than the arrestee furnishing such information, and the name of the person receiving such information. (d) If the bail was negotiated with any person other than the arrestee, the full name, address and connection or relationship to the arrestee of such person, and the name of the person who carried out the negotiations on behalf of the licensee. (e) If the bail was negotiated directly with the arrestee, a full statement of the manner in which the arrestee communicated with the licensee and the name of the person receiving such communication. (f) The full name and address of each and every person directly or indirectly paying, promising to pay, or guaranteeing the payment of, the whole or any part of the premium, guard fees, charges for extraordinary services, or collateral made or deposited in connection with a bail transaction. (g) The name of any bail licensee from whom the business was accepted or to whom commission was promised or paid in connection therewith, and the amount of commission promised or paid. (h) The name of any person who received or was promised any portion of a premium, guard fee, charge or commission or was compensated in any manner directly or indirectly on account of any bail transaction. (i) If any valuable consideration other than money was received in connection with a bail transaction, a full statement in explanation of such consideration and the circumstances attendant thereto. (j) Where a writ bond was issued, the name of the attorney appearing thereon.
  • 48. Title 10 26California Code of Regulations (k) A separate book record which shall show the date of receipt of any collateral as a guarantee in a bail transaction, the name of the person from whom it was received, the name of the person receiving it, a complete description of the collateral, the amount of bail guaranteed, the amount of premium guaranteed and the disposition of the collateral. If the collateral was returned, the date of its return and the name of the person to whom it was returned.2101. Copartnership Records; FilingsDuring the period when two or more bail licensees are conducting their business as apartnership pursuant to Section 2061, such licensees may combine their books andrecords and make a joint filing with the commissioner of all forms used by them as apartnership, provided, however, that such books and records shall identify the memberof the partnership who actually transacted each individual bail transaction or portionthereof.2101.1. Records; Licensed EmployeesEvery employing bail agent or permittee shall keep at his office all books and recordsconcerning the bail transactions of himself and his employees while acting as such, andsuch employees may use all forms filed, directly or by reference, with the commissionerby such employer; provided, however, that such books and records shall identify theparticular person who actually transacted each individual bail transaction or portionthereof. But the employed bail agent or permittee is responsible for the maintenance ofsuch records, and the proper use of such forms for the transactions in which heparticipates.2101.2. Records; Temporary AssociationsIf two or more bail agents or permittees are temporarily associated for the purposes ofa single or series of bail transactions, each shall be responsible for keeping sufficientrecords to identify the transactions and to meet the requirements of this article withrespect to the portion of the transaction conducted by him.2101.3. Records; Temporarily Conducting Business
  • 49. Title 10 27California Code of RegulationsDuring the time a bail agent or permittee is temporarily conducting the business ofanother bail agent or permittee as provided in Section 2065 (e), such bail agent orpermittee shall be responsible for the proper entries in and the retention of the booksand records of such other bail agent or permittee but he may use the forms anddocuments usually used by the permanent owner of the bail business. Following suchtemporary conduct of his business the permanent owner of such business isresponsible for the retention of such books and records.2102. Use of Filed Documents and FormsExcept as provided in Sections 2101.1 to 2101.3, inclusive, every bail agent andpermittee shall use the forms and documents filed, directly or by reference, by him withthe commissioner as an individual and shall be individually responsible for the properentries in and the retention of all books and records.2103. Information; Not Required; SeverabilityAny bail licensee secure from any person with whom he engaged in a bail transactioninformation in addition to that required by these rules or his signature to documentsother than those required by these rules. If such information is secured as a part of thesame document which contains any of the information required by these rules, it shallbe clearly severable and the licensee, in using such document, may, at his discretion,omit the use of the portion of it which is not required by these rules.2104. Destruction of RecordsFive years after the final completion of all parts of a bail transaction, a bail licensee maydestroy his records pertaining to such transactions.c: winword cbaa title10
  • 50. Reinstatement / Reassumption of LiabilityWhat are they and how do they work.A reassumption of liability is a tool that bail agents use to let the court know that adefendant’s absence from court was excusable by the Bail Agency. In other words, TheBail Agent wishes to remain on the bond after the defendant failed to appear and bail wasforfeited.There are a multitude of reasons why defendants forfeit or fail to show up to court. Mostof these reasons are purely mistakes by getting the dates wrong or some sort ofscheduling conflict. Either way they are rarely a “true forfeiture”. When the court forfeitsthe bond Bail Agencies are given six months, pursuant to Penal Code 1305, in which torectify the forfeiture by producing the defendant in court.Most Bail Bond Companies offer reassumptions for a nominal fee or for free to attorneyclients.Sean CookPremiere Bail Bonds800-662-0056
  • 51. Rewrite BondsWhat are they and how do they work?A rewrite bond is a fairly rare occurrence in which a bail bond company will rewrite abond at little or no expense to the client. Here is a common scenario in which this mayoccur.A person is arrested for a criminal offense and retains an attorney either before or afterbailing out of jail. They are given a court date and on that date they find that there havebeen no charges filed against them. Then pursuant to 1305 PC the fifteen days pass andthe bond is exonerated by the court. In the future months the District Attorney decidesthey have enough to file the charges and does so, issuing a warrant for the client’s arrest.This is when a rewrite bond can be issued at little or no expense to the client.There are some stipulations that must be met in order to qualify. 1. The charges must be the same or similar. 2. It must stem from the original alleged offense. 3. The bond must not have ever been forfeited.The time frame in which a rewrite bond can be issued is at the discretion of the SuretyCompany. Usually if the defendant has a retained attorney the Surety will be moreflexible.Sean CookPremiere Bail Bonds800-662-0056
  • 52. Renewal Premiums: Are they mandatory?The short answer is they are not mandatory and it is up to the discretion of the bondingcompany to charge them. In the contract that is signed during the transaction of bail thereis a provision that states that the premium is renewable annually. This provision is put inthe contract by the Surety Company but is only enforced by the bail agency who wrotethe bond. It is at the discretion of the agency as to whether or not they will enforce thisprovision. Premiere Bail Bonds does not require or request annual renewable premiumsfrom your clients. This means that regardless of how long it takes to resolve your client’scase, they are only charged the initial premium to be bonded out.
  • 53. Return of Premium: Is premium ever returned?The only time premium is returned to clients by bail agencies, is when the defendant isnot released on the bond. If the defendant is released on the bond then the premium isfully earned and not refundable the moment the defendant exits the jail doors.
  • 54. Premium Rates in CaliforniaThere are three filed rates that Bondsmen must charge in California. Much of todaysadvertising says 5%, 0%, 3%. Usually in the fine print it says “Down”. There are no otherfiled rates in California that Bondsmen are permitted to charge clients. 1. 10% - This is the most common rate that Bondsmen charge. This is the Staet regulated fee that all Bondsmen must charge. 2. 8% - To qualify for an 8% bond the client must meet one of many different criteria. Some of which are: retained attorney, cash collateral, union members, active military. 3. 15% - This rate is rarely used. When used it is for high risk cases.Sean CookPremiere Bail Bonds800-662-0056
  • 55. LEXINGTON NATIONAL INSURANCE CORPORATION NAIC# 37940 _________________ SCHEDULE OF PREMIUMS For BAIL BONDS written in the STATE OF CALIFORNIA __________________Item 1. STATE BAIL BONDS- GENERAL (Existing Program) Bonds up to and including $500.00 in liability Charge minimum of $50.00, plus $10.00 Bonds over $500.00 in liability Charge 10% of the penal amount, plus $10.00Item 2. STATE BAIL BONDS- QUALIFIED UNIONS & PRIVATE DEFENSE COUNSEL Bonds for all liability amounts will be Charged 8% of the penal amount, plus $10.00 A minimum charge of $50.00 applies to all bonds.Item 3. BAIL BOND- FEDERAL Bonds for all liability amounts will be Charged 12% of the penal amount, plus $10.00 A minimum charge of $50.00 applies to all bonds.Item 4. FEDERAL IMMIGRATION Bonds for all liability amounts will be Charged 12% of the penal amount, plus $10.00 A minimum charge of $50.00 applies to all bonds.NOTE: The $10.00 per bond fee should not be included in the calculation of the minimum premium.RULE: Effective January 1, 2007, annual renewal premiums shall no longer be charged on State BailBonds (items1 and 2 above). Annual renewal premiums shall continue to be due on Federal Bail Bonds(item 3) and Federal Immigration (item 4).
  • 56. BANKERS INSURANCE COMPANY BOND RATES CALIFORNIA ____________________________________________________________________________________I. Rate Rule: The premium to be charged shall be:STATE BONDS: Bonds up to and including $500.00 in liability will be charged $50.00. Bonds over $500.00 will be charged 10% of the penal amount.FEDERAL BONDS Bonds up to and including $450.00 in liability will be charged $50.00. Bonds over $450.00 will be charged 12% of the penal amount.QUALIFIED UNIONS, PRIVATE DEFENSE COUNSEL, AND ACTIVE DUTY MEMBERSAND VETERANS OF THE UNITED STATES MILITARY ARMED FORCES AND THEIRIMMEDIATE FAMILIES, FOR BOTH FEDERAL AND STATE BONDS. Bonds up to and including $600.00 in liability will be charged $50.00. Bonds over $600.00 in liability will be charged 8% of the penal amount.Qualified Union is any union in which the defendant or indemnitor are members.Membership must be validated by a current union card.Private Defense Counsel is any practicing defense attorney that is retained for or on behalf of a defendant.Immediate Family is defined as a parent, child, or spouse.IMMIGRATION BONDS Bonds will be charged $100 execution fee plus 15% of the penal amount of the bond, subject to a $100 minimum premium.II. Minimum Premium: (State and Federal Bonds) $50 per bond. (Immigration Bonds) $100 per bond.III. No renewal fees shall be charged on any bonds. These rates must be charged by all Agents of BANKERS INSURANCE COMPANY.
  • 57. Renewal PremiumsAre they mandatory?The short answer is they are not mandatory and it is up to the discretion of the bondingcompany to charge them. With that said many Bail Bond Agreements signed by clientssay in them that the premium is renewable per annum as long as the bond is still active.This provision is put in the contract by the Surety Company but is only enforced by thebail agency who wrote the bond. It is at the discretion of the agency as to whether or notthey will enforce this provision.It is rare and unlikely that a case will last longer than one year except in big cases whichusually carry high bail amounts. It is important to know the one year anniversary of thebond to try to have the court exonerate the bond prior to the one year date.Typically it is at the Bail Agents discretion to charge the renewal premium although it isoften written into the agreements.At Premiere we contact our clients and their attorneys at the 10 month point to do whatwe can to get the bond exonerated prior to the one year anniversary, thus saving ourclients a renewal premium.Sean CookPremiere Bail Bonds800-662-0056
  • 58. Return of PremiumIs the premium ever returned?There are only two instances when the premium is returned to clients: 1. If the defendant is not released from custody for any reason. 2. If a Bail agency arrests a client and has no real justification for arresting them, the court may find that the Bail Agency must return the premium.Sean CookPremiere Bail Bonds800-662-0056
  • 59. DISCLOSURE STATEMENT American Contractors Bail Agency:__________________________ Indemnity Company Bond Number: __________________________ 9841 Airport Blvd., 9th Floor Los Angeles, CA 90045 Bond Amount: __________________________ (310) 649-2663 Defendant: __________________________ ATTENTION DISCLOSURE OF LIEN AGAINST REAL PROPERTY. DONOT SIGN THIS DOCUMENT UNTIL YOU READ AND UNDERSTAND IT! THIS BAIL BOND WILL BE SECURED BY REAL PROPERTY YOU OWN OR IN WHICH YOU HAVE AN INTEREST. THE FAILURE TO PAY THEBAIL BOND PREMIUMS WHEN DUE OR THE FAILURE OF THE DEFENDANT TO COMPLY WITH THE CONDITIONS OF BAIL COULD RESULT IN THE LOSS OF YOUR PROPERTY! After you have read the above Disclosure Statement and received a completed copy of the BailBond Agreement and the Deed of Trust, please execute this Disclosure Statement in the space providedbelow, acknowledging that you have read and understood this Disclosure Statement and that you havereceived a completed copy of the Bail Bond Agreement and Deed of Trust. You are also responsible forany fees incurred by the Surety, as specified in the Bail Bond Agreement you signed, and any lien againstyour property will not be released until such fees are paid. You will be asked to execute this documentagain, in the corresponding space provided below, upon delivery to you of a full reconveyance of title,which, upon recordation terminates the lien on your real property created by the Deed of Trust.I HAVE READ AND UNDERSTOOD THE ABOVE DISCLOSURE STATEMENT AND HAVE RECEIVED ACOMPLETED COPY OF THE BAIL BOND AGREEMENT AND DEED OF TRUST.Print Name: _________________________ Print Name: _________________________Sign Name: _________________________ Sign Name: _________________________Date: ______________________________ Date: ______________________________I HAVE RECEIVED A COPY OF A FULL RECONVEYANCE OF TITLE, THE ORIGINAL OF WHICH WASFORWARDED TOTHE COUNTY RECORDER FOR FILING, ACERTIFICATE OF DISCHARGE, ORAFULLRELEASE OF ANY LIEN AGAINST REAL PROPERTY TO SECURE PERFORMANCE OF THECONDITIONS OF THE BAIL BOND.Print Name: _________________________ Print Name: _________________________Sign Name: _________________________ Sign Name: _________________________Date: ______________________________ Date: ______________________________ACIC-CACD-18(Rev. 9/94)
  • 60. Contact Us 10/18/10 9:57 AM Return CONTACT US CONSUMER ASSISTANCE Phone Consumer Services Division 800-927-HELP (4357) (Calling from within CA) The Consumer Services Division (CSD) is a member of the Consumer Services and Market Conduct Branch of the California 213-897-8921 Department of Insurance (CDI). CSD is responsible for gathering (Outside California) and responding to consumer inquiries regarding insurance company or producer activities. CSD maintains three separate 800-482-4833 bureaus to handle telephone inquiries (Consumer Communications (TDD - Telecommunication Bureau), as well as, respond to consumer complaints in regards to Devices for the Deaf) claims handling practices (Claims Services Bureau) and/or rating and underwriting issues (Rating and Underwriting Services Bureau). Telephone Lines are open from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 California Department of Insurance p.m. Monday through Consumer Services Division Friday, except state 300 South Spring Street, South Tower holidays. Los Angeles, CA 90013 Online Consumer Fraud Division Assistance 1. For general consumer Information concerning suspected insurance fraud should be questions or inquiries only, directed to the addresses below. Click here for further information please click contact us. regarding the types of fraud investigated by the Fraud Division. 2. To submit a consumer California Department of Insurance complaint, please click Fraud Division consumer request for 9342 Tech Center Drive, Suite 100 assistance. Sacramento, CA 95826 fraud@insurance.ca.gov Producer Licensing A list of regional offices is available. Assistance 800-967-9331 or 916-322-3555 Producer Licensing Bureau Producer Licensing E-mail The Producer Licensing Bureau is assigned the mission to protect Inquiry the public from economic loss caused by misrepresentation, dishonesty and incompetence by determining the qualifications and eligibility of applicants for licenses; maintaining and updating records of all licenses issued including information regarding licensee continuing education status; and approves prelicensing and continuing education providers and courses. Matters regarding insurance licensing and education should be directed to: California Department of Insurance Producer Licensing Bureau 320 Capitol Mall Sacramento, CA 95814 800-967-9331 or 916-322-3555http://www.insurance.ca.gov/contact-us/ Page 1 of 2
  • 61. Contact Us 10/18/10 9:57 AM E-mail Inquiry Legal Unit Companies wishing to do business in California, existing companies seeking approval of new products, and those requesting information related to the Public Records Act should direct correspondence to the Legal Division. The Legal Division does not provide legal representation to individual citizens about insurance related matters. If you have questions about consumer protection law, the California insurance code, or other questions involving the legal, judicial, regulatory process that our Department utilizes, please contact: California Department of Insurance Legal Division 45 Fremont Street San Francisco, CA 94105 Email to the Custodian of Public Records Office of the Ombudsman The Office of the Ombudsman works closely with every division in the Department to ensure prompt responses and exemplary customer service. Inquiries are received by U.S. Mail, telephone, fax, and e-mail. Individuals seeking additional information and/or a review of how the Department has handled their concern should contact: California Department of Insurance Office of the Ombudsman 300 Capitol Mall, Suite 1600 Sacramento, CA 95814 Consumer Phone: (916) 492-3545 FAX: (916) 445-6552 E-mail: Office of the Ombudsman Webmaster For technical questions or problems regarding this website, please contact our webmaster. © 2010 California Department of Insurance Privacy Policy ADA Compliance Site Map Free Document Readershttp://www.insurance.ca.gov/contact-us/ Page 2 of 2
  • 62. STATE OF CALIFORNIA Steve Poizner, Insurance CommissionerDEPARTMENT OF INSURANCECONSUMER SERVICES AND MARKET CONDUCT BRANCHCONSUMER SERVICES DIVISION300 SOUTH SPRING STREET, SOUTH TOWERLOS ANGELES, CA 90013www.insurance.ca.govCCB-012 PRevised: 12/21/06 REQUEST FOR ASSISTANCE ______________________________ Work Phone: ( ) __________________ Name ______________________________ Home Phone: ( ) __________________ Address ______________________________ City Zip===============================================================================Before you file a complaint with the Department of Insurance, you should first contact the insurance company, agent or brokerin an effort to resolve the issue(s). If you do not receive a satisfactory response, then complete this form, attach copies of anyimportant papers that relate to your complaint and mail to address shown above.Please be aware that a copy of this Request for Assistance and other documentation submitted by you may be provided to theinsurance company, agent or broker unless you indicate that you do not want a copy of your correspondence forwarded bychecking the box: Do not forward a copy of the completed form and the documentation provided. However, please contact the insurance company and investigate the complaint on my behalf.1. Complete name of insurance company involved: _________________________________________________________________________________2. Type of Insurance: Auto Home Life Health Other _____________3. (a) Name of the policyholder if different from your name: _________________________________________________________________________________ (b) If a group policy, provide the group name: _________________________________________________________________________________4. Policy identification or certificate number: _________________________________________________________________________________5. Claim number (if applicable)___________________________________________________________6. Date loss occurred or began (if applicable)_______________________________________________7. Broker/Agent (if applicable)______________________Broker/Agent License number_____________ Street address ___________________________ City/State______________/_____ Zip __________8. Have you contacted the company, agent or broker? Yes No If yes, state the date(s) and person(s) contacted____________________________________________ (Provide copies of all correspondence) (COMPLETE REVERSE SIDE)
  • 63. 9. Have you reported this to any other governmental agency? Yes _____________ No ______________ If yes, please give: (1) Name of agency: _________________________________________________________________ (2) File number, if known:_____________________________________________________________10. Have you previously written to the Department of Insurance about this matter? Yes No File number (if available) _____________________ Date ___________________11. Is there attorney representation in this matter? Yes No12. Is a lawsuit currently on-going or pending? Yes No If yes, our ability to mediate this matter is limited, but we will investigate your inquiry for any regulatory issues. We may defer the regulatory investigation until the finality of the litigation. We ask that you still complete this form so we have a record of your issue. Once the matter is concluded, we would welcome any information regarding violations of law by the insurer that you or your attorney are willing to provide.13. Briefly, describe your problem (use additional paper if needed): ___________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________14. What do you consider to be a fair resolution to your problem? ___________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________ ______________________________ (Signature) (Date)
  • 64. Bail Fugitive Recovery LawsOn September 16, 1999, Governor Davis signedAB 243 (Wildman) into law, effectiveJanuary 1, 2000. For a complete copy ofAB 243, click on Bail FugitiveRecovery Person on the CBAA home page.The basic provisions of AB 243 are: After January 1, 2000, in order to apprehend, detain, arrest or surrender bail fugitives, one must meet the following qualifications: A. Must be authorized by the bail or depositor of bail to apprehend a bail fugitive -AND- B. Must hold one of the following: A California Bail Agent License, (see “Exception” outlined below) A Bail Agent License from another state, A California Private Investigator license -OR- C. Must be trained and qualified as Bail Fugitive Recovery Person, pursuant to California Penal Code Section 1299. 04 • Must Be 18 years of age
  • 65. • Must have completed a 40-hour power of arrest course pursuant to California Penal Code Section 832, from a P.O.S.T. approved instructor and school. Check you local community collage for P.O.S.T. certified courses. • Must have completed a 12-hour pre-licensing bail education course (Bail Law) pursuant to Insurance Code Section 1810.7. CBAA offers this course every two months, alternating between northern and southern California. For the schedule of classes, please see Becoming a Bail Agent. • Must have completed a 8 hour security guard course regarding powers of arrest pursuant to Business & Professions Code Section 7583.7. This is required by The Bureau of Security and Investigative Services (BSIS). • Must not have been convicted of a felony. All applications are signed under penalty of perjury. • If carrying weapons a California Bail Licensee or California Bail Fugitive Recovery Person must comply with all state and local laws and it is recommended that you take 24-hour P.C. 832 Firearms course.IMPORTANT NOTE: Completion of the P.C. 832 firearms course does not entitle aperson to carry a firearm. Reference P.C 12031 (k) for more information on firearmcompliance requirements.A Bail Fugitive Recovery Person must, at all times in the course of performinghis/her duties under this article, carry certificates of completion for each of thecourses listed above.*Exceptions for California Bail LicenseesCalifornia Penal Code §1299 also states:(a) A bail fugitive recovery person, a bail agent, bail permittee, or bail solicitor whocontracts his or her services to another bail agent or surety as a bail fugitive recoveryperson for the purposes specified in subdivision (d) of Section 1299.01, and any bailagent, bail permittee, or bail solicitor who obtains licensing after January 1, 2000, andwho engages in the arrest of a defendant pursuant to Section 1301 shall comply with therequirements outlined in 1-5 above. (effective 1/1/2000)Therefore, in order to apprehend, detain, arrest or surrender any defendant, a personobtaining a bail license on or after January 1, 2000 must meet the qualifications outlinedabove.However, if a person was a California Bail Licensee prior to January 1, 2000, s/he mayapprehend, detain, arrest or surrender defendants who have been bailed out by thelicensee him/herself or the licensee’s employer. If you are not an employee (but anindependent contractor), you are then contracting out your services and must comply withthe requirements outlined above.After January 1, 2000, any bail licensee who apprehends, detains, arrests or surrendersdefendants who have been bailed out by someone other than the licensee him/herself or
  • 66. the licensee’s employer must meet the qualifications outlined above. As a bail licenseewho contracts services to another bail agent or surety, you must comply with thequalifications outlined above.A bail licensee who does not apprehend, detain, arrest or surrender defendants is notrequired to meet the qualifications outlined above.In addition, any bail licensee or bail fugitive recovery person operating in the Stateof California, must comply with all of the following general provisions:1299.06. Authority to ApprehendBefore apprehending a bail fugitive, an individual authorized by California Penal Code§1299 to apprehend a bail fugitive shall have in his or her possession properdocumentation of authority to apprehend issued by the bail or depositor of bail asprescribed in California Penal Code §1300 and 1301. The authority to apprehenddocument shall include all of the following information: the name of the individualauthorized by California Penal Code §1299 to apprehend a bail fugitive and any fictitiousname, if applicable; the address of the principal office of the individual authorized byCalifornia Penal Code §1299 to apprehend a bail fugitive; and the name and principalbusiness address of the bail agency, surety company, or other party contracting with theindividual authorized by California Penal Code §1299 to apprehend a bail fugitive.1299.07 RepresentationAn individual authorized by California Penal Code §1299 to apprehend a bail fugitiveshall not represent himself or herself in any manner as being a sworn law enforcementofficer.An individual authorized by California Penal Code §1299 to apprehend a bail fugitiveshall not wear any uniform that represents himself or herself as belonging to any part ordepartment of a federal, state, or local government. Any clothing shall not display thewords United States, Bureau, Task Force, Federal, or other substantially similar wordsthat a reasonable person may mistake for a government law enforcement agency.An individual authorized by California Penal Code §1299 to apprehend a bail fugitiveshall not wear or otherwise use a badge that represents himself or herself as belonging toany part of a law enforcement department of the federal, state, or local government.California Government Code §402 prohibits the use of the Great Seal of the StateCalifornia for any commercial purpose. • An individual authorized by California Penal Code §1299 to apprehend a bail fugitive shall not use a fictitious name that represents himself or herself as belonging to any federal, state, or local law enforcement agency.
  • 67. 1299.08 Notification • Except under exigent circumstances, an individual authorized by California Penal Code §1299 to apprehend a bail fugitive shall, prior to and no more than six hours before attempting to apprehend the bail fugitive, notify the local police department or sheriffs department of the intent to apprehend a bail fugitive in that jurisdiction by:(1) Indicating the name of an individual authorized by California Penal Code §1299 toapprehend a bail fugitive entering the jurisdiction.(2) Stating the approximate time an individual authorized by Section 1299.02 toapprehend a bail fugitive will be entering the jurisdiction and the approximate length ofthe stay.(3) Stating the name and approximate location of the bail fugitive. • If an exigent circumstance does arise and prior notification is not given as provided in subdivision (a), an individual authorized by California Penal Code §1299 to apprehend a bail fugitive shall notify the local police department or sheriffs department immediately after the apprehension, and upon request of the local jurisdiction, shall submit a detailed explanation of those exigent circumstances within three working days after the apprehension is made. • This section shall not preclude an individual authorized by California Penal Code §1299 to apprehend a bail fugitive from making or attempting to make a lawful arrest of a bail fugitive on bond pursuant to California Penal Code §1300 or 1301. The fact that a bench warrant is not located or entered into a warrant depository or system shall not affect a lawful arrest of the bail fugitive. • For the purposes of this section, notice may be provided to a local law enforcement agency by telephone prior to the arrest or, after the arrest has taken place, if exigent circumstances exist. In that case the name or operator number of the employee receiving the notice information shall be obtained and retained by the bail, depositor of bail, or bail fugitive recovery person.1299.09 Entering Premises • An individual authorized by California Penal Code §1299 to apprehend a bail fugitive shall not forcibly enter a premises except as provided for in Section 844.
  • 68. • Nothing in subdivision (a) shall be deemed to authorize an individual authorized by California Penal Code §1299 to apprehend a bail fugitive, detain, or arrest any person except as otherwise authorized.1299.10 FirearmsAn individual authorized by California Penal Code §1299 to apprehend a bail fugitiveshall not carry a firearm or other weapon unless in compliance with the laws of the Stateof California.1299.11 ViolationsAny person who violates this act, or who conspires with another person to violate this act,or who hires an individual to apprehend a bail fugitive, knowing that the individual is notauthorized by California Penal Code §1299 to apprehend a bail fugitive, is guilty of amisdemeanor punishable by a fine of five thousand dollars ($5,000) or by imprisonmentin the county jail not to exceed one year, or by both that imprisonment and fine.1299.12 SunsetThis article shall remain in effect only until January 1, 2010, and as of that date isrepealed, unless a later enacted statute, that is enacted before January 1, 2010, deletes orextends that date.1299.13 No ExemptionsNothing in this article is intended to exempt from lixensure persons otherwise required tobe licensed as private investigators pursuant to chapter 11.3 (commencing with section7512) of Division 3 of the Business and professions code.PLEASE NOTE:Existing rights of current bail licensees to apprehend their own defendants and basicrights to surrender bail fugitives are not affected by this bill. A member of the LegislativeUnit of the Attorney Generals Office, has said that all existing rights of current baillicensees to apprehend and surrender their own fugitives remains the same if this billbecomes law. Assembly member Wildman, the author of this bill, assured us there wasnever any intent to change the existing surrender powers of bail agents in statute or caselaw. Remember, when a bail arrest takes place, the arresting agent is not apprehendingthe defendant on the underlying case (domestic violence, theft, murder, rape, drunkdriving, traffic tickets, etc.), but as a result of the defendant’s “escaping” the bail agent’s“custody.”Thus, all bail arrests are felony arrests under statute California Penal Code and
  • 69. case law United States Supreme Court ruling in Taylor v. Taintor, 83 U.S. 366 (1872),affirmed by People v. Walling [1962] in California.
  • 70. The Bondsmans Right to Arrest By Inspector Charles A. Donelan, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Washington, D.C. (Taken from the FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin, December, 1972, and January, 1973)An odd byway of arrest law which arouses the curiosity of the professional lawenforcement officer is the right of a bondsman to arrest a person who has been admittedto bail pending trial. The reason it stirs his interest is plain for in the words of theSupreme Court of the United States:"No right is held more sacred, or is more carefully guarded, by the common law, than theright of every individual to the possession and control of his own person, free from allrestraint or interference, unless by clear and unquestioned authority of law." iTo find the origin and nature of the bondsmans right to arrest under authority of law, wemust go back, as in so many other aspects of arrest law, the Common Law of England.iiPurpose of BailThe principle of bail is basic to our system of justice and its practice, as old as Englishlaw itself. When the administration of criminal justice was in its infancy, arrest forserious crime meant imprisonment without preliminary hearing and long periods of timecould occur between apprehension and the arrival of the Kings Justices to hold court. Itwas therefore a matter of utmost importance to a person under arrest to be able to obtain aprovisional release from custody until his case was called. This was also the desideratumof the of the medieval sheriff, the local representative of the Crown in criminal matters,who wore many hats including that of bailing officer. He preferred the conditional releaseof persons under arrest to their imprisonment for several reasons. For example, it was lesscostly and troublesome; the jails were easy to breach and under then existing law thejailer was hanged if a prisoner escaped; iii the jails were dangerous to health and, as therewas no provision for adequate food, many prisoners perished before the trial was held. ivInfluenced by factors such as these, the sheriff was inclined to discharge himself of theresponsibility for persons awaiting trial by handing them into the personal custody oftheir friends and relative. Indeed, in its strict sense, the word bail is used to describe theperson who agrees to act as surety for the accused on his release from jail and becomesresponsible for his later appearance in court at the time designated. v As surety, the bailwas liable under the law for any default in the accuseds appearance.
  • 71. Between the 13th and 15th centuries the sheriffs power to admit to bail was graduallyvested, by a series of statutes, in the justices of the peace. In the case of a personcommitted for a felony, the justices of the peace had authority to require, if they thoughtfit, his remaining in jail until the trial took place, but, on the other hand, a personcommitted for trial in a misdemeanor case could, at common law, insist on being releasedon bail is he found sufficient sureties. vi Writing in the mid-1700s, Blackstone describedthe arrest-bail procedure of his day in the following passage;"When a delinquent is arrested... he ought regularly to be called before a justice of thepeace...If upon...inquiry it manifestly appears that either be committed to prison or givebail; that is, put in securities for his appearance to answer the charge against him. Thiscommitment, therefore, being only for safe custody, wherever bail will answer the sameintention it ought to be taken...(B)ail is...a delivery or bailment of a person to his sureties,upon their giving (together with himself) sufficient security for his appearance; he beingsupposed to continue in their friendly custody, instead of going to gaol." viiThe notion of bail pending trial has not changed over the centuries. For instance, Mr.Justice Robert I. Jackson of the Supreme Court in discussing its purpose said:"The practice of admission to bail, as it evolved in Anglo-American law, is not a devicefor keeping persons in jail upon mere accusation until it is found convenient to give thema trial. On the contrary, the spirit of the procedure is to enable them to stay out of jailuntil a trial has found them guilty. Without this conditional privilege, even thosewrongfully accused are punished by a period of imprisonment while awaiting trial andare handicapped in consulting counsel, searching for evidence and witnesses, andpreparing a defense... Admission to bail always involves a risk that the accused will takeflight. That is a calculated risk which the law takes as the price of our system of justice."viiiThe possibility that the accused may flee or hide must, of course, be squared with thetraditional right to freedom pending trial. In order to reconcile these conflicting interests,therefore, his release on bail is a conditioned upon his giving reasonable assurance in oneform or another that he will appear at a certain time to stand trial. In this regard, theSupreme Court has remarked: ix"Like the ancient practice of securing the oaths of responsible persons to stand as suretiesfor the accused, the modern practice of requiring a bail bond or the deposit of a sum ofmoney subject to forfeiture serves as an additional assurance of the presence of theaccused."Modern statutes, which regulate bail procedure in detail today and vary from jurisdictionto jurisdiction provided that an accused may be set at liberty pending trial in severalways. x For example, he may be released without security by agreeing in the writing toappear at a specified time and place, i.e., "on his own recognizance"; xi or he may executea bond with a deposit of cash or securities in an amount equal to or less than the faceamount of the bond; or he may execute a bail bond which requires one or more sureties.
  • 72. The Bail BondA Bail Bond, with sureties, is essentially a contract between the government on the oneside and the accused and his sureties on the other. Under the contract the accused isreleased into the custody of the sureties on their promise to pay the government a statedsum of money if the accused fails to appear before the court in accordance with its terms.Historically, the contract of bail, traced to a gradual increase of faith in the honor of ahostage and the consequential relaxation of actual imprisonment, constitutes on of thefirst appearances of the concept of contract in our law. xii The early contract of baildiffered from the modern bail bond in its mode of execution as it was simply a solemnadmission of liability by the sureties made in the presence of an officer authorized to takeit. No signature on the bail was required, and it was not necessary for the person bailed tobind himself as a party. The undertaking to forfeit a particular sum in a written bail bondcame later in the course of time. xiiiThe purpose of a bail bond with sureties is to insure that the accused will appear in courtat a given time by requiring others to assume responsibility for him on penalty offorfeiture of their property. In times past, especially, when the sureties were friends andrelatives of the accused, it was assumed that due to this personal relationship the threat offorfeiture of the suretys property would serve as an effective deterrent to the accusedstemptation to break the conditions of the bond by flight. On the other hand, it wasassumed that this threat would also inspire the surety to keep close watch on the accusedto prevent his absconding.On a bail bond, the accused and the sureties are the obligors, the accused being theprincipal, and the government is the obligee. In the event the conditions of the bail bondare satisfied, the obligation is void. The accused and his sureties are exonerated; and anycash or other securities deposited are returned to them. If there is a breach of the bailbonds conditions, however, the obligation remains in full force, and the accused and hissureties are liable to the government for the sum stated. A forfeiture of the bond will bedeclared on default; but in the interests of justice the forfeiture may be set aside or, ifentered, its execution may by stated or the penalty remitted. For example, the surrenderof the principal after the forfeiture does not discharge the surety but nevertheless thecourt may receive the surrender and remit the penalty in whole or in part.As in the past, the sureties on a bail bond in England are still the friends and relatives ofthe accused. Consequently the relationship between them remains personal and theaccuseds natural sense of moral obligation to satisfy the conditions of the bond is strong.As a result the English experience has been, on the whole, that very few persons admittedto bail fail to appear for trial. In the United States, however, this close relationship hasgenerally yielded to a distant impersonal connection and the moral obligation has becomein the main a financial one. More often than not the sureties on a bail bond are suretycompanies and professional bail bondsmen who operate on a broad scale and charge feesfor their services which may not only be large but also irretrievable regardless of whetherthe accused appears.
  • 73. Under the traditional view taken in England, Bail is not a mere contract of suretyship andthe accused is not allowed to indemnify the bail. xiv In fact it has been held that anyarrangement between the accused and his sureties to the affect that he will indemnifythem if he absconds is so contrary to public policy that it is void as an agreement and,moreover, is indictable as a conspiracy to pervert the course of justice. xv This viewcontrasts with that taken in the United States where an express agreement by the principalto indemnify the surety on forfeiture of a bail bond is not so regarded. Thus, in a SupremeCourt case, where the argument was made that it was contrary to public policy toauthorize a principal to contract to indemnify his surety in a criminal case since it woulddestroy the effective safeguards provided by the watchfulness of the bail, Mr. JusticeOliver Wendall Holmes stated: xvi"The ground for declaring the contract invalid rests rather on the tradition than onsubstantial realities of the present day. It is said that...nothing should be done to diminishthe interest of the bail in producing the body of the principal. But bail no longer is themundium, although a trace of the old relation remains in the right to arrest. Thedistinction between bail and suretyship is pretty nearly forgotten. The interest to producethe body of the principal in court is impersonal and wholly pecuniary. If, as in this case,the bond was for $40,000, that sum was the measure of the interest on anybodys part, andit did not matter to the Government what person ultimately felt the loss, so long as it hadthe obligation it was content to take." (Emphasis Added)Despite the tenor of the foregoing passage, courts still stress the need for a moral as wellas financial assurance of the accuseds appearance in court. For example, in a case wherethe bail offered was a certified check from an individual, the Federal Court of Appeals forthe Second Circuit in requiring disclosure of the source of the funds on which the checkwas drawn declared: xvii"The giving of security is not the full measure of the bails obligation. It is not the sum ofthe bail bond that society asks for, but rather the presence of the defendant....If the courtlacks confidence in the suretys purpose or ability to secure the appearance of a baileddefendant, if may refuse its approval of a bond even though the financial standing of thebail is beyond questions."Origin, basis, and Scope of Right To ArrestWhat is the origin and basis in the law for the bondsmans right to arrest a personadmitted to bail pending trial - in Mr. Justice Holmes phrase this "trace of the oldrelation" between accused and surety which still remains? It is bottomed on the commonlaw principle that the accused is transferred to the friendly custody of his sureties and isat liberty only by their permission.At the time of the Norman Conquest of England, the sureties for the accused werecompared to his jailers and were said to be "the Dukes living person". xviii Thisrelationship between them has been described in the cases since those days in picturesquelanguage. For example, it has been said: "(T)he principal is, in the theory of the law,
  • 74. committed to the custody of the sureties as to jailers of his own choosing"; xix "The bailhave their principal on a string, and may pull the string whenever they may please." xxThus, in legal contemplation, when the accused is released on bail, his body is deemed tobe delivered to his sureties. The contract of bail "like debt as dealt with by the RomanLaw of the Twelve Tables...Looked to the boy of the contracting party as the ultimatesatisfaction." xxiIn early times, bail implied a stringent degree of custodial responsibility xxii and thesanction of the law for any failure on the part of the sureties was harsh. When the accusedwas released on bail he and his sureties were said to be bound "body for body." As late asthe 14th century an English judge, after noting that bail were the accuseds keepers,declared that it had been maintained that the accused escaped, the bail would be hangedin his place. xxiii But, on the other hand, it seems that during the previous century suretieswho failed to produce their man in court got off with a fine, all their chattels theoreticallybeing at the Kings mercy. In a modern case the responsibility of the sureties has beendescribed as follows: "If the defendant had been placed in the jail, he could at any timeon the call of the case have been brought into court for trial. The bondsmen are as thefour walls of the jail, and in order to fully discharged their obligations they are obliged tosecure their principals presence and put him as much in the power of the court as if hewere in the custody of the proper officer" xxiv As to the modern sanction of the law, ofcourse, if the accused flees and fails to appear in court at the required time, the bail bondis forfeited and the surety is absolutely liable to the government as a debtor for the fullamount of the penalty.With such a stern responsibility of safe keeping to insure the that the accused answeredthe call of the court, it followed in reason that the law would afford the means to carry itout, as the practical common law did, by recognizing a right of arrest in the bondsman.Although the right arises from the theory of the sureties custody - i.e., the principal is "sofar placed in their power that they may at any time arrest him upon the recognizance andsurrender him to court" xxv for exoneration - it also bears a resemblance to the right ofarrest which existed under the medieval frank-pledge system of law enforcement. Thatsystem designed to keep the Kings Peace, was one of mutual suretyship with each manresponsible for the good conduct of the other nine members of his tithing, and with eachhaving the duty to aid in the capturing of fugitives from justice. The resemblance is close,for up to the early decades of the 13th century prisoners were often handed over to atithing, and sometimes a whole township was made responsible for their appearancebefore the court. xxviThe scope of the bondsmans right to arrest the accused, based on the metaphysical linkthat binds them, was viewed by the Supreme Court of the United States in the course ofits opinion in the interesting case of Taylor vs. Taintor. xxvii In this case, which will bediscussed below, the court said: xxviii"When bail is given, the principal is regarded as delivered to the custody of his sureties.Their dominion is a continuance of the original imprisonment. Whenever they choose todo so, they may seize him and deliver him up in their discharge, and if that cannot be
  • 75. done at once, they may imprison him until it can be done. They may exercise their rightsin person or by agent. They may pursue him into another state; may arrest him on theSabbath; and if necessary, may break and enter his house for that purpose.The seizure isnot made by virtue of new process. None is needed. It is likened to the rearrest, by thesheriff, of an escaping prisoner." (Emphasis Added.)As to the above mentioned right of a surety to arrest by means of an agent, it has beenheld xxix that the surety, in the absence of statutory limitations, may deputize others ofsuitable age and discretion to take the prisoner into custody, but the latter authority maynot be delegated. Where a statute provides the manner in which the power of arrest maybe delegated by the bail bondsman, that provision must be followed or the arrest isinvalid. In some jurisdictions, a statute provides for an arrest by the sheriff on a directionof the bail endorsed on a certified copy of the recognizance. Where the surety on a bailbond procures the rearrest of his principal by a sheriff, or other peace officer, it is thegeneral rule that the officer is empowered to make the arrest as an agent of the surety andnot as an officer "per se." Where a statute prescribes the formalities to be followed beforean arrest may be made by a peace officer as agent of a surety, compliance with the statuteis necessary for a lawful arrest.As to the above mentioned right of a surety to pursue his principal into another State, ithas been held xxx that, just as the surety can arrest the and surrender the principal withoutresort to legal process when the latter remains within the jurisdiction, he can pursue himinto another State to arrest him, detain him, and return him to the State whence he fledand where the bail bond was executed, and his presence is required. A surety has the rightat any time to discharge himself from liability by surrendering the principal before thebail bond is forfeited and can arrest him for that purpose. His right to seize andsurrender the principal is an original right, not a right derived through the State,which arises from the undertaking in the bail bond and the relationship between theprincipal and bail. It is a private right and not a matter of criminal procedure,jurisdiction does not enter into the question; and there is no obstacle to its exercisewherever the surety finds the principal. The sureties right in such a case differs from thatof a State which desires to reclaim a fugitive from its justice in another jurisdiction. Indefault of a voluntary return, the State can remove a defendant from another State only bythe process of extradition and must proceed by way of extradition which can only beexercised by a government.The case of Taylor vs. Taintor, xxxi noted above, which was decided by the Court in 1873,dealt with the problems raised by the interstate travel of the principal on a bail bond andthe liabilities on the surety agent in that regard. The holding of the court was that where aprincipal was allowed by his bail to go into another State, and while there, was deliveredupon a requisition from a third State upon a criminal charge committed in that State, suchproceedings did not exonerate the bail.The case arose in the following manner: A man named McGuire was charged, byinformation, with the crime of grand larceny in Connecticut and arrested upon a benchwarrant. The court fixed the amount of bail to be given at $8,000. McGuire was released
  • 76. from custody on a bail bond in that sum, with two sureties, conditioned that he appearbefore the court on a set day the following month. After his release on bond, McGuirewent to New York where he lived. While he was there however, he was seized by NewYork officers upon the strength of a requisition made upon the Governor of New York bythe Governor of Maine charging McGuire with a burglary, alleged to have beencommitted by him in the latter State before the Connecticut bail bond was taken.Subsequently, McGuire was delivered to Maine officers who removed him against hiswill to that State where he was later tried and convicted on the burglary charge.When, due to the New York arrest and removal, McGuire failed to appear before theConnecticut court on the appointed day, his bail bond was forfeited. Neither of hissureties knew when they entered on the bond that there was any criminal charge againstMcGuire other than the Connecticut grand larceny. The treasurer of the State ofConnecticut successfully sued to recover the amount of the bail bond and the State highcourt, and ultimately the Supreme Court of the United States, affirmed the judgment.In reaching this conclusion, the Court declared at the outset that according to settled lawthe sureties will be exonerated when the performance of the condition of a bail bond isrendered impossible by the act of God, The act of the obligee (The State), or the act of thelaw. On the other hand, it is equally settled that if the impossibility is created by thesureties, the right of the State are in no way affected.As to exoneration by "the act of the law" the Court explained, the sureties will beexonerated if the principal is arrested in the state where the obligation is given and is sentout of that State by the Governor upon the requisition of the Governor of another State. Inso doing, the Governor represents the sovereignty of the State; the State can no longerrequire the principals appearance before the court, and the obligation it has taken tosecure his appearance loses its binding effect. But if the principal is imprisoned inanother State for the violation of the law of a criminal law of that State, the principal andhis sureties will not be protected. The law which renders the performance impossible, andtherefore excuses failure, must be a law operative in the State where the obligation wasassumed and which is obligatory in its effect upon her authorities. The Court stated thatwhere a demand is properly made by the Governor of one State upon the Governor ofanother, the duty to surrender a fugitive is not absolute and unqualified. It depends uponthe circumstances of the case. If the laws of the latter State have been put in force againstthe fugitive, and he is imprisoned there, the demands of those laws may first be satisfied.The Court noted that bail may doubtless permit the principal to go beyond the limits ofthe State within which he is to answer. But it is unwise and imprudent to do so because ifany evil ensues, the bail must bear the burden of the consequences and cannot case themupon the State.After laying out the foregoing principles, the Court declared that the sureties in this casewere not entitled to be exonerated because: 1. When the Connecticut bail bond was forfeited for the nonappearance of McGuire, the action of the Governor of New York, pursuant to the requisition of the
  • 77. Governor of Maine, had spent its force and had come to an end. McGuire was then held in custody under the law of Maine to answer to a criminal charge pending there against him, a fact which, as explained above, cannot avail the sureties. 2. If McGuire had remained in Connecticut, he would probably not have been delivered over to the Maine authorities, and would not have been disabled to fulfill the condition of his obligation. If the demand had been made upon the Governor of Connecticut, he might properly have declined to comply until the criminal justice of his own State had been satisfied. It is not to be doubted that he would have exercised this right, but had he failed to do so, the obligation of the bail bond would have been released. But here, the sureties were at fault for McGuires departure from Connecticut, and they must take the consequences. Indeed, their fault reached further for, having permitted McGuire to go to New York, it was their duty to be aware of his arrest when it occurred, and to interpose their claim to his custody. 3. When McGuire was arrested in New York the original imprisonment under the Connecticut information was continued. The prosecution in Connecticut was still pending and its courts jurisdiction could not be suspended by any other tribunal. Though he was beyond the jurisdiction of Connecticut, McGuire was still, through his bail, in the hands of the law of that State and held to answer for the offense with which he was charged. Had the facts been made known to the Governor of New York by the sureties at the proper time, it is to be presumed that he would have ordered McGuire to be delivered to them and not to the authorities of Maine. 4. The act of the Governor of New York in making the surrender was not "the act of the law" within the legal meaning of those terms. In the view of the law, it was the act of McGuire himself. He violated the law of Maine, and thus put in motion the machinery provided to bring him within the reach of the punishment for his offense. But for this, such machinery, so far as he was concerned, would have remained dormant. McGuire cannot be allowed to avail himself of an impossibility of performance thus created. What will not avail him cannot avail his sureties. His contract is identical with theirs. They undertook for him what he undertook for himself. 5. The constitutional provision and the law of Congress, under which the arrest and delivery of McGuire to Maine were made, are obligatory upon every State and are a part of the law of every State. Every Governor, however, acts separately and independently for himself. In the event of refusal, the State making the demand must submit. There is no alternative. But in McGuires case no impediment appeared to the Governor of New York, and he properly yielded obedience.; The Governor of Connecticut, if applied to, might have intervened and by a requisition have asserted the claim of Connecticut. It would have then been for the Governor of New York to decided between the conflicting demands.The Court concluded by noting that the State of Connecticut was not in any sense a partyto what was done in New York and that if McGuire had been held in custody in New
  • 78. York at the time fixed for his appearance in Connecticut, it would not in any way affectedthe obligation of the bail bond.Statutes Declatory of Common Law RightModern statutes provide for the fight of a surety to arrest an accused released on a bailbond, thus preserving by legislation the authority first granted by the medieval commonlaw. Under the federal Statute declatory of this right, xxxii any accused charged with acriminal offense who is released on a bail bond with sureties may be arrested by thesurety, delivered to the U.S. Marshall, and brought before any judge or officerempowered to commit for such offense. At the request of the surety, such judicial officersmay recommit the accused to the custody of the Marshall and endorse on the bond thedischarge and exoneretur of the surety. There after the accused may be held in custodyuntil discharged in due course of law.In regard to the bondsmans ancient right of arrest, it is noted that when the State ofIllinois enacted new bail statutes in 1963, aimed at rectifying abuses of the professionalbail bondsman system and reducing the cost of liberty to accused persons awaiting trial,the primary argument advanced in favor of retaining the system was that the bondsmanwould, at his own expense, track down and recapture a defendant who jumped bail. TheIllinois Legislature, however, found that this argument had only tenuous support as its"Committee Comments" included the following statement: xxxiii"As to the value of bondsmen being responsible for the appearance of accused andtracking him down and returning him at the bondsmans expense - the facts do notsupport this as an important factor. While such is accomplished occasionally withoutexpense to the county, the great majority of bail jumpers are apprehended by the police ofthis or other states..."Bail Jumping StatutesThe penalties of the common law designed to insure the appearance in court of anaccused out on bail and to deter him from absconding were limited to forfeiture of thebail bond and contempt of court. xxxiv These traditional sanctions, however, have beensupplemented and bolstered in some jurisdiction through the power of the criminal lawlegislative enactment of so-called bail jumping statutes. xxxv Under these laws the accusedis subjected to the criminal punishments of fine and imprisonment for breaching theconditions of his release by willful failure to appear. Such statutes are of comparativelyrecent vintage. For example, the New York law, said to be the first in the country, waspassed on 1928, and the Federal Statute was enacted in 1954. xxxvi The purpose of thesepenal laws is to improve the administration of justice by creating a personal deterrent tothe flight of those who may prefer to forfeit bail; for example, those who desire topurchase their freedom for the price of a bail bond, or those who feel no financialdeterrent as they expect the ultimate loss to fall on impersonal sureties.
  • 79. Under these statutes aimed at the bail jumper and the general elements are: That a personhas been admitted to bail; that he willfully failed to appear as required; that the forfeitureof his bail has been incurred by reason of his failure to appear; and that he did not appearand surrender himself within the specified period after the forfeiture. The offense may bea felony or a misdemeanor in grade depending upon that of the original offense for whichthe bail was given. Thus, the Federal statute provides that anyone released on bond whowillfully fails to appear as required shall incur a forfeiture of any security given orpledged for his release. In addition, if he was released in connection with a charge offelony, he shall be fined not more than $5,000 or imprisoned not more than 5 years, orboth. If he was released in connection with a charge of misdemeanor, he shall be finednot more than the maximum provided for such misdemeanor or imprisoned for not morethan 1 year, or both.ConclusionSince the flight of the accused condemned by the bail jumping statutes is a criminaloffense, the offender is subject to arrest by the professional law enforcement officer justlike any other person who violates the penal code of the jurisdiction. But whether thearrest of a person released on bail, who willfully fails to appear in court when required, ismade by an officer of the law pursuant to the provisions of the foregoing type of criminalstatute, or under the traditional command of the court, or is effected by a bondsman underthe ancient right of arrest at common law, the apprehension of the absconded serves thesame vital end. Like any proper arrest, it is the initial essential step in the administrationof justice ultimately "intended to vindicate societys interest in having its laws obeyed."
  • 80. California State Bail Agent AssociationsCalifornia Bail AssociationP.O. Box 4752Carson Ca 90749310-549-3512 / FAX 310-549-3500Executive DirectorVera Robles DeWittMembership ServiceMona PimentelGolden State Bail Agents Association1172-J Avenida Se Los Arboles, Suite 373Thousand Oaks, CA 913632(866) 333-6551(805) 241-4546 FAXE-mail: info@gsbaa.org
  • 81. Regional AssociationsAlameda County Bail Agents AssociationPresident, Beverly Nelson (510-465-3673)Meets the 3rd Tuesday of every month in OaklandBail Association of Central CaliforniaPresident, Berry Pearlstein (559-268-4646)Vice President, Patti Mahoney (559-233-4521)Contra Costa County Bail Agents AssociationPresident, Tony Suggs (925-755-5182)Meets the 2nd Wednesday of each month at 3:00 p.m. in MartinezBail Agents Association of the inland empire (Riverside and SanBernardino Counties)President, Patti Newcombe (909-984-4227)Vice President, Gloria Mitchell (626-622-2626)Secretary, Anthony Armstrong (909-463-4151)Treasurer, Bill Cole (951-969-5555Meets quarterly 3410 La Sierra Avenue, F518, Riverside, CA 92503.North Bay Bail Agent Association ( Sonoma County)President, Dale Miller (707-525-9705)Vice President, Tom Doerpinghaus (707-545-2306)Secretary, Marie Miller (707-525-9705Treasurer, Jim Hughes (707-573-9400)Meets quarterly at Summit Bank conference room, 500 Bicentenial Ave, Santa Rosa.Orange County Bail Agents AssociationPresident, Sean Cook (714-325-1015)Vice President, Annie Miller (714-543-8688)Secretary, Brent Meyerson (714-893-5486)Treasurer, Jason Meyerson (714)389-2245)Parliamentarian, Luis Mier (714-240-2245)P.O. Box 28317, Santa Ana, CA 92799-5739Meets the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 10:30 a,.m. at the Hacienda Restaurant inSanta Ana
  • 82. San Diego Bail Agents AssociationPresident, Rich Martin (619-596-0452Vice President, No. County, Vickie O’Conner (858-673-2111)Vice President, Byron Mantack (619-427-2663)Chairman, Cal MinarsSecretary, Stephen McHugh (619-237-9360)Financial Officer, Stephen McHugh (619-237-9360)121 Broadway, Suite 364, San Diego, California, 92101(619)237-9360 (619)237-9366 FaxSan Mateo Bail Agents AssociationPresident, Terry Finn (650-366-9111)Vice President, Corrin Rankin (650-368-3349)Secretary/Treasurer Kathy Erken (650-363-2245)Jail Committee Chairman, Jose Maldonado (650-366-6666)Meets quarterly at The Sequoia Club, 11:00 a.m.Professional Bail Agents Association of Santa Clara CountyPresident, Tedd Wallace (408-293-6900)Vice President, Buffy Osti (408-288-8870)Secretary, VacantTreasure, Alice Cortez (408-268-9755)Meets quarterly at a local restaurant. Contact the President for details.Stanislaus County Bail Agents AssociationPresident, Dean Wilson (209-523-2245)Vice President, Angela Garcia (209-571-2245)Secretary, Gene Wisenhand (209-524-2774)Treasurer, Leroy Gambrell (209-524-5291)Meets occasionally at the various locations, Contact the Secretary for more information.
  • 83. California Bail Surety CompaniesDebbie Snow Jallad Accredited Surety and Casualty Co., Inc. 400 S. Park Ave., #320, Winter Park FL 32789 800-432-9799 / Fax 407-629-4571 www.accredited-inc.comScott D, Anschults American Contractors Indemnity Co. 9841 Airport Blvd., 9th Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90045 310-649-2663 / Fax 310-338-0351 www.acicbond.comJohn Nett American Reliable Insurance Co. 8655 E. Via De Ventura, Scottsdale, AZ 85258 480-483-8666 Ext. 222 / Fax 480-483-6958 www.americanreliable.comWilliam Carmichael American Surety Company 3905 Vincennes Rd, Suite 200 Indianapolis, IN 46628 317-875-8700 / Fax 317-875-0859 www.info@acs-usi.comRobert Nairin Associated Bond & Insurance Agency 23901 Calabasas Rd., Ste. 2072, Calabasas, CA 91302 Mail: P.O. Box 9810, Calabasas, CA 91372-9810 818-222-4999 / Fax 818-222-4498 www.associatedbond.comCeles King, III, Director Bail USA California, Inc.-Mel Williams, Director Seneca Insurance Company 216 West Perkins St., #101, Ukiah, CA 95482 800-633-2468 / Fax 707-987-9391Brian Kesneck Bankers Insurance Company 360 Central Avenue, St Petersburg, FL 33701 800-627-0000 / Fax 727-898-2608 www.bakersbail.comBrian J. Frank Lexington National Insurance Corp. 214 East Lexington Street, Baltimore, MD 21202 800-951-2663 / Fax 410-625-0865 Lexingtonnational.com
  • 84. Robert E. Crawford Ranger Insurance Company 10777 Westheimer Rd., 5th Fl., Houston, TX 77042 800-392-1970 Ext, 8358 / Fax 713-954-8389 www.rangerinsurance.comWilliam Kreins Safety National Casualty Corporation 2043 Woodland Parkway, Suite 200, St Louis, MS 63146 505-336-1096 / Fax 314-995-5712Jean Marie Cho Sirius America Insurance Co. 375 Park Ave., Suite 2107, New York, NY 10152 212-702-3705 / Fax 212-826-9438
  • 85. COUNTY COUNTY JAIL PHONE COUNTY RECORDER ADDRESS COUNTY COUNTY JAIL PHONE COUNTY RECOREDER ADDRESSALAMEDA 510-268-7777 1225 FALLON ST., ROOM 100 ORANGE 714-6474667 12 CIVIC CENTER PLAZA, ROOM 101 OAKLAND, CA 94612 7146474668 SANTA ANA, CA 92701ALPINE 530-694-2231 99 WATER ST PLACER 530-745-8500 5954 RICHARDSON DR, MARKLEEVILLE, CA 96120 916-774-5060 Roseville AUBURN, CA 95603AMADOR 209-223-6521 500 ARGONAUT LANE PLUMAS 530-283-6267 520 MAIN STREET, ROOM 102 209-223-6522 JACKSON, CA 95642 QUINCY, CA 95971BUTTE 530-538-7471 25 COUNTY CENTER DRIVE RIVERSIDE 951-955-1043 2724 GATEWAY DR. OROVILLE, CA 95965 RIVERSIDE, CA 92507 THCALAVERAS 2097546499 891 MOUNTAIN RANCH ROAD SACRAMENTO 916-8746114 600 8 STREET SAN ANDREAS, CA 95249 SACRAMENTO, CA 95814COLUSA 530-458-0205 546 JAY STREET SAN BENITO 831-636-4060 440 FIFTH STREET, ROOM 206 COLUSA, CA 95932 HOLLISTER, CA 95023CONTRA COSTA 925-646-4491 X4 730 LAS JUNTAS STEET SAN BERNARDINO 909-463-5195 222 HOSPITALITY LANE, 1ST FLOOR MARTINEZ, CA 94553 SAN BERNARDINO, CA 92415-0018DEL NORTE 707-464-8718 457 F STREET SAN DIEGO 619-615-2737 MEN 1600 PACIFIC HWY., ROOM 260 CRESENT CITY, CA 95531 415-553-1444 WOMEN SAN DIEGO, CA 92101EL DORADO 520-621-6008 360 FAIR LANE SAN FRANCISCO 415-553-9394 CITY HALL ROOM 190 PLACERVILLE, CA 95667 415-553-1444 1 DR, CARLTON E, GOODLET PL SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94102FRESNO 559-488-2742 2281 TULARE ST., ROOM 302 SAB JUAQUIN 209-468-4562 24 S. HUNTER ST, ROOM 304 FRESNO, CA 93721 209-468-4567 STOCKTON, CA 95202GLENN 530-934-6443 526 W. SYCAMORE ST. SAN LUIS OBISPO 805-781-4600 1144 MONTEREY ST., SUIT C 530-934-6428 WILLOWS, CA 95988 SAN LUIS OBISPO, CA 93408 THHUMBOLDT 707-441-5121 825 5TH STREET, ROOM 108 SAN MATEO 650-363-4323 400 COUNTY CENTER , 6 FLOOR` EUREKA, CA 95501 REDWOOD CITY, CA 94063IMPERIAL 760-339-6367 940 MAIN ST., ROOM 202 SANTA BARBARA 805-681 1100 ANACAPA STREET EL CENTRO, CA 92243 SANTA BARBARA, CA 93101INYO 760-878-0370 168 N. EDWARDS SANTA CLARA 408-299-8730 70 W. HEDDING ST., EAST WING INDEPENDENCE, CA 93526 SAN JOSE, CA 95110KERN 661-868-6857 MAIN 1655 CHESTER AVE. SANTA CRUZ 831-454-2420 701 OCEAN ST., ROOM 230 661-391-7802 Lerdo Honor Form BAKERSFIELD,CA 93301 SANTA CRUZ, CA 95060 661-391-7901 Lerdo FaclityKINGS 559-582-3211 X 2812 MAIN 1400 W. LACEY BLVD. SHASTA 530-245-6100 1500 COURT STREET, ROOM 102 559-582-3211 X 4102 BRANCH HANFORD, CA 93230 530-245-6107 REDDING, CA 96001LAKE 707-262-4248 255 N. FORBES ST, RM 223 SIERRA 530-289-3700 100 COURTHOUSE SQUARE LAKEPORT, CA 95453 DOWNEYVILLE, CA 95936LASSEN 530-251-5245 2205 S.LASSEN ST. SUITE 5 SISKIYOU 530-842-8157 311 FOURTH STREET SUSANVILLE, CA 96130 YREKA, CA 96097 ST.LOS ANGELES 213-473-6075 12400 IMPERIAL HGWY, RM 1007 SOLANO 707-421-7110 580 TEXAS STREET, 1 FLOOR 213-473-6076 NORWALK, CA 90650 FAIRFIELD, CA 94533 213-473-6077MADERA 559-675-7951 209 W. YOSEMITE AVENUE SONOMA 707-565-1414 585 FISCAL DR, ROOM 103F MADERA, CA 93637 SANTA ROSA, CA 95403 STMARIN 415-499-7316 3501 CIVIC CENTER DR., RM 234 STANISLAUS 209-525-6428 MEN 1021 1 STREET 415-499-6653 SAN RAFAEL,CA 94903 209-525-5631 WOMEN MODESTO, CA 95354 THMARIPOSA 209-966-3616 4982 10 STREET SUTTER 530-822-7302 433 SECOND STREET MARIPOSA, CA 95338 YUBA CITY, CA 95991MENDOCINO 707-463-4530 501 LOW GAP RD. ROOM 1020 TEHAMA 530-529-7910 633 WASHINGTON ST., ROOM 11 UKIAH, CA 95482 RED BLUFF, CA 96080MERCED 209-385-7410 2222 M. STREET TRINITY 530-623-1348 101 COURT STREET MERCED, CA WEAVERVILLE, CA 96093MODOC 530-233-4416 204 S. COURT STREET TULARE 559-733-6203 221S. MOONEY BLVD., ROOM 103 ALTURAS, CA 96101 VISALIA, CA 93291MONO 760-932-7549 X 5 ANNEX 2, BRYANT ST. TOULUMNE 209-533-5844 2 S. GREEN STREET BRIDGEPORT, CA 93517 SONORA, CA 95370MONTEREY 831-755-3782 X 2 240 CHURCH ST., RM 305 VENTURA 805-654-2750 800 S. VICTORIA ASVENUE SALINAS, CA 93902 VUNTERA, CA 93009NAPA 707-253-4017 8 A.M.- 5 P.M. 900 COOMBS ST., RM 116 YOLO 530-668-5245 625 COURT STREET #105 707-253-4403 5 P.M.- 8 A.M. NAPA, CA 94559 WOODLAND, CA 95695 THNEVADA 530-265-1291 950 MAIDU AVE. YUBA 530-749-7740 935 14 STREET (ASK FOR BOOKING) NEVADA CITY, CA 95959 MARYSVILLE, CA 95901
  • 86. SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO BAIL SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1, 2010 ADOPTED BY A MAJORITY VOTE OF THE JUDGESAT A SPECIAL MEETING HELD ON DECEMBER 3, 2009 PURSUANT TO THE REQUIREMENTS OF 1269b(d) OF THE PENAL CODE
  • 87. CONTENTS PAGEGeneral Information iiiAuthorities for Assessments vMISDEMEANOR AND INFRACTION BAIL SCHEDULE 1California Codes Code of Regulations 3 Business and Professions Code 7 Chiropractic Code 9 Civil Code 9 Education Code 9 Election Code 10 Fish and Game Code 10 Food and Agriculture 12 Government Code 12 Harbors and Navigation Code 12 Health and Safety Code 14 Insurance Code 15 Labor Code 15 Penal Code 15 Public Resources Code 21 Public Utilities Code 22 Retail Food Code 22 Revenue and Taxation Code 22 Streets and Highways Code 23 Water Code 23 Vehicle Code 23 Speed Chart 47 Overweight Chart 48 Gross Overweight Chart 48Municipal Codes Carlsbad Municipal Code 49 Chula Vista Municipal Code 50 Coronado Municipal Code 53 Del Mar Municipal Code 54 El Cajon Municipal Code 54 Encinitas Municipal Code 54 Escondido Municipal Code 55 Imperial Beach Municipal Code 57 La Mesa Municipal Code 58 Lemon Grove Municipal Code 59 National City Municipal Code 61
  • 88. Municipal Codes (cont’d) Oceanside Municipal Code 62 Poway Municipal Code 65 San Diego Municipal Code 69 San Marcos City Code 74 Santee Municipal Code 77 Solana Beach Municipal Code 78 Vista Municipal Code 80 Vista Development Code 82Miscellaneous Codes Cal State University San Marcos Code (CSSM) 49 Metropolitan Transit Development Board 59 San Diego Community College District 66 San Diego County Code 66 San Diego County Regional Airport Authority Code 68 San Diego County Zoning Ordinance 69 San Diego State University (SDSU) 74 Southwestern Community College District Vehicle Regulation 79 Unified Port District Code 79 University of California, San Diego (UCSD) 80FELONY BAIL SCHEDULE 83 Penal Code 85 Health and Safety Code 108 Vehicle Code 112 Business and Professions Code 113 Corporation Code 113 Education Code 114 Election Code 114 Financial Code 114 Fish and Game Code 114 Food and Agriculture Code 115 Government Code 115 Harbors and Navigation Code 115 Insurance Code 115 Labor Code 116 Public Resource Code 116 Revenue and Taxation Code 116 Unemployment Insurance Code 117 Welfare and Institution Code 117 Catch-All Provisions for Charges not Listed 119
  • 89. SAN DIEGO COUNTY FELONY, MISDEMEANOR AND INFRACTION BAIL SCHEDULE GENERAL INFORMATION1. Pursuant to the requirements of Subdivision (d) of Section 1269b of the Penal Code, the attached bail schedule has been adopted by a majority of the Superior Court Judges of San Diego County.2. This schedule shall supersede all prior schedules for Superior Court in San Diego County, and shall become effective January 1, 2010.3. The jailer and court clerks are hereby authorized to accept bail and release persons held in custody upon felony, misdemeanor and infraction charges in the amount of bail set forth for each specific charge. When a defendant is booked for or charged with two or more offenses, bail shall be the amount computed under this schedule for the charge with the highest bail, including applicable bail for enhancements and prior convictions, EXCEPT bail shall be stacked: a. Where the offenses are committed against separate victims or on separate dates, or b. Where separate sex acts are committed on the same victim, or c. Where offenses committed in a single occurrence are a separate class of crimes, such as, for example, a drug offense and a theft offense, or a violent and a non-violent offense.4. Bail for release from custody may be given in cash or by a surety bond executed by a certified surety insurer.5. Where the column “CT” is checked after the bail amount, a court appearance by the defendant is mandatory, and s/he must be directed by the person accepting the bail to appear in the appropriate division at a particular time and date specified by the Presiding Judge.6. Where court appearance is mandatory (designated by “CT”), penalty assessment is not to be added to the bail.7. Infraction violations are listed with the letter “I” preceding the section number. Misdemeanor violations are listed with the letter “M”.8. Second and subsequent offenses for all misdemeanors shall be a mandatory appearance unless otherwise noted.9. Bail on second offenses for infractions will be the same as the first offense, unless the Schedule quotes a higher amount.10. Third and subsequent offenses for all infractions shall be a mandatory appearance unless otherwise noted. iii
  • 90. 11. Proof of correction/compliance violations are designated by “PC”.12. Bail for all misdemeanor violations of California State Codes not covered herein shall be in the amount of $500.00, with mandatory court appearance.13. Bail upon any charge which is charged in the complaint as a misdemeanor under PC 17(b)(4) shall be $5000.00, with mandatory court appearance, unless the Schedule quotes a higher amount.14. Bail on all pedestrian violations not covered herein shall be $25 plus penalty assessment.15. Bail for all infractions enacted by political subdivisions within San Diego County not enumerated specifically herein shall be $10, plus penalty assessment, if one is required.16. Pursuant to Section 40200(a) of the California Vehicle Code: “Any violation of any regulation that is not a misdemeanor governing the standing or parking of a vehicle under this code, under any Federal statute or regulation, or under any ordinance enacted by local authorities is subject to a civil penalty.” The abbreviation “Prk” refers to misdemeanor parking violations.17. Pursuant to Section 42009 of the California Vehicle Code, for any specified Vehicle Code offense committed within a highway or maintenance area during hours when work is being performed, the fine shall be double in the case of misdemeanors and for infractions shall be one category higher than otherwise provided in the Uniform Traffic Penalty Schedule. These specified offenses shall be indicated by an asterisk (*) in this bail schedule.18. Pursuant to Section 12021 of the Fish and Game Code, an additional penalty of fifteen dollars ($15) shall be added to any fine, penalty, or forfeiture imposed for a violation of this code or a regulation adopted pursuant thereto. Exempt violations shall be indicated by two asterisks (**) preceding the violation in the Fish and Game Code section, and Title 14, California Code of Regulations section of this bail schedule.19. Vehicle Code section 42001 (operative Jan. 1, 1994) allows universities and state colleges to set a fine schedule for bicycle violations occurring in their jurisdictions that would supersede the Judicial Council penalty schedule.ATTEST:FREDERICK MAGUIRE, CHAIR, Bail and Jail CommitteeSUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA,COUNTY OF SAN DIEGODATED: DECEMBER 3, 2009 iv
  • 91. AUTHORITIES FOR ASSESSMENTS INFORMATION REGARDING SPECIAL ASSESSMENTSPENALTY ASSESSMENT: The abbreviation “PA” refers to penalty assessment. Penalty assessment shall be levied upon every fine, penalty or forfeiture imposed and collected by the courts for criminal offenses, including all offenses involving a violation of a section of the Vehicle Code or any local ordinance adopted pursuant to the Vehicle Code, except offenses relating to parking. Where multiple offenses are involved, the assessment shall be based upon the total fine or bail for each case. Effective January 1, 2008, where penalty assessment is required, twenty-six dollars ($26.00) shall be added for every ten dollars ($10) or fraction thereof. In addition, pursuant to Penal Code Section 1465.7 (a), (AB82, chaptered August 24, 2007, as urgency legislation), a surcharge is added to and collected in the same manner as penalty assessment, and is approximately $2.00 for every $10.00 or fraction thereof. Therefore, twenty-eight dollars ($28.00), shall be added for every $10.00 or fraction thereof (PA and surcharge). See detail below. $ 10.00 State Penalty Assessment (PC1464) $ 9.00 County Penalty Assessment (GC 76000, 76000.5,) $ 5.00 State Court Facilities Construction Fund (GC70372(a), GC70375(b)) $ 2.00 Surcharge (PC1465.7(a)) $ 2.00 DNA Identification Fund (GC76104.6, 76104.7) $ 28.00 Total PC1464(c) - When any deposit of bail is made for an offense to which this section applies, and for which a court appearance is not mandatory, the person making such deposit shall also deposit a sufficient amount to include the state penalty prescribed by this section for forfeited bail. If bail is returned, the state penalty paid thereon pursuant to this section shall also be returned. PC1464(d) - In any case where a person convicted of any offense to which this section applies is in prison until the fine is satisfied, the judge may waive all or any part of the state penalty, the payment of which would work a hardship on the person convicted or his or her immediate family. PC1464(e) - After a determination by the court of the amount due, the clerk of the court shall collect the penalty and transmit it to the county treasury. The portion thereof attributable to Chapter 12 (commencing with Section 76000) of Title 8 of the Government Code shall be deposited in the appropriate county fund and 70 percent of the balance shall then be transmitted to the State Treasury, to be deposited in the State Penalty Fund, which is hereby created, and 30 percent to remain on deposit in v
  • 92. the county general fund. The transmission to the State Treasury shall be carried out in the same manner as fines collected for the state by a county.NIGHT COURT ASSESSMENT (One assessment per case): Pursuant to 42006 of the Vehicle Code, in part: There may be levied a special assessment in an amount equal to one dollar ($1) for every fine, forfeiture and traffic violator school fee imposed and collected by any court which conducts a night or weekend session of the court on offenses involving Vehicle Code violations or local ordinances adopted pursuant to the Vehicle Code except offenses relating to parking.CRIMINAL CONVICTION ASSESSMENT (Felonies, Misdemeanors, and Infractions): Pursuant to Section 70373(a) of the Government Code, in part: An assessment shall be imposed on every conviction for a criminal offense, including a traffic offense, except parking offenses. The assessment shall be $30 for each misdemeanor or felony and $35 for each infraction. For the purposes of this section, “conviction” includes the dismissal of a traffic violation on the condition that the defendant attend a court-ordered traffic violator school.COURT SECURITY FEE: Pursuant to Penal Code Section 1465.8 ($20) and SBX4 13 (Chap. 22, Statutes of 2009) ($10), a fee of thirty dollars ($30) will be imposed for each violation on all criminal convictions (infractions, misdemeanors and felonies).PROOF OF CORRECTION FEE: Pursuant to Section 40611 of the Vehicle Code, in part: Upon proof of correction of an alleged violation of Section 12500 or 12951, or any violation cited pursuant to Section 40610 or upon submission of evidence of financial responsibility pursuant to subdivision (e) of Section 16028, the clerk shall collect a ($25) transaction fee for each violation that is dismissed by the Court with proof of correction.TRAFFIC VIOLATOR SCHOOL FEE: Pursuant to Section 42007.1(a) of the Vehicle Code, in part: A ($52) fee is to be added to the “total bail” of the offense eligible for traffic violator school diversion when this option is selected. vi
  • 93. ASSESSMENT FOR RECORDING AND MAINTAINING PRIOR CONVICTIONS: Pursuant to Section 40508.6 of the Vehicle Code, in part: An assessment of $10 per case shall be added to the total bail for the cost of recording and maintaining a record of the defendant’s prior convictions for violations of the vehicle code. The assessment shall be payable at the time of payment of a fine or when bail is forfeited for any subsequent violation of this code other than parking, pedestrian, or bicycle violations.PARKING VIOLATION SURCHARGE (included in the bail amount): Pursuant to Section 76000(b) of the Government Code, in part: With respect to each fund established pursuant to Section 76100 or 76101, for every parking offense where a fine or forfeiture is imposed, a surcharge of two dollars and fifty cents ($2.50) shall be included in the fine or forfeiture.AUTOMATED COUNTY WARRANT SYSTEM ASSESSMENT: Pursuant to 40508.5 of the Vehicle Code and 853.7(a) of the Penal Code, in part: An assessment of $15.00 will be imposed upon every person who violates his or her written promise to appear, or a lawfully granted continuance of his or her promise to appear in court or before a person authorized to receive a deposit of bail, or who otherwise fails to comply with any valid court order for violation of any provision of the Vehicle Code, Penal Code or local ordinance adopted pursuant to these codes.ASSESSMENT FOR NOTIFYING THE DMV OF ATTACHMENT OR RESTRICTION: Pursuant to Section 40508.6(b) of the Vehicle Code, in part: An assessment of $10 per case shall be added to the total amount due for any defendant whose driver’s license is suspended or attached pursuant to 40509 or 40509.5, to cover the cost of notifying the Department of Motor Vehicles of the suspension or attachment. vii
  • 94. SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA COUNTY OF SAN DIEGOMISDEMEANOR AND INFRACTION BAIL SCHEDULE INDEX 1
  • 95. CALIFORNIA CODE OF REGULATIONSI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC TITLE 13M 1160.4(e) Inspection by Department 250M 1160.4(f)(1), (2) Unsafe transportation prohibited 1,000M 1160.4(g)(2) Transportation of hazardous materials license 2,000M 1161(a) Shipping papers (must comply with regulations) 1,000M 1161(c) Shipping papers (retain copy for 6 months) 1,000M 1163(a), (b) Shipment preparation unauthorized packaging 1,000M 1163(e) Maintenance of containers 1,000M 1163.1(a)-(c) Forbidden transportation 1,000M 1164(a), (b) Vehicle loading 500M 1166(a) Report incident involving hazardous materials 2,000 Pursuant to Section 12021 of the Fish and Game Code, an additional penalty of fifteen dollars ($15) shall be added to any fine, penalty or forfeiture imposed under this Code for a violation of this Code, or a regulation adopted pursuant thereto. Exempt violations shall be indicated by two asterisks (**) preceding the violation. A plus (+) in the bail column indicates an amount per animal must be added to that bail.I/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC TITLE 14M 2.10(a), (b) Fishing method - hooks 200I 2.10(a), (b) Fishing method - hooks 100M 5.15(b) Catfish and bullhead: over-limit 50M 27.50 Fishing in Pt. Loma Reserve 250+ +$25 per fishM 27.60(a) Fin fish: over-limit 250+ +$20 per fish I 27.60(a) Fin fish: over-limit 100+ +$20 per fishM 27.65(b)(1)-(7) Possession of under-size fish fillets on any vessel 250+ +$20 per fish I 27.65(b)(1)-(7) Possession of under-size fish fillets on any vessel 100+ +$20 per fishM 28.10(a), (b) Giant sea bass: over-limit, illegal taking 250+ +$25 per fish I 28.10(a), (b) Giant sea bass: over-limit, illegal taking 100+ +$25 per fishM 28.15(a), (b) Halibut: over-limit, under-size 250+ +$20 per fish I 28.15(a), (b) Halibut: over-limit, under-size 100+ +$20 per fishM 28.25 Barracuda: under-size 250+ +$20 per fish I 28.25 Barracuda: under-size 100+ +$20 per fish FOR MISDEMEANOR OR INFRACTION CHARGES NOT LISTED, SEE END OF RESPECTIVE CODE SECTION 3
  • 96. CALIFORNIA CODE OF REGULATIONS cont’dI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC M 28.27(b), (c) Lingcod: over-limit, under-size 250+ +$20 per fish I 28.27(b), (c) Lingcod: over-limit, under-size 100+ +$20 per fishM 28.30(a), (b) Bass (spotted, kelp or sand): under-size, over-limit 250+ +$10 per fishM 28.32(a), (b) Bonito: over-limit, under-size 250+ +$10 per fishM 28.35(a), (c) White sea bass: under-size, over-limit 250+ +$15 per fishM 28.40 Swordfish: over-limit 250+ +$25 per fishM 28.50 Marlin: over-limit 250+ +$25 per fishM 28.55(b) Rockfish: over-limit 250+ +$20 per fish I 28.55(b) Rockfish: over-limit 100+ +$20 per fishM 29.00 Grunion: illegal method of taking 250I 29.00 Grunion: illegal method of taking 100M 29.05(a)-(c) Tidal invertebrate: over-limit, area, measuring 250+ device +$3 per invertebrate I 29.05(a)-(c) Tidal invertebrate: over-limit, area, measuring 100+ device +$3 per invertebrateM 29.15(c) Abalone: under-size, over-limit 250+ +$20 per abaloneM 29.15(b) Abalone: take or possess during closed season 15,000+ +$75 per abaloneM 29.15(d) Abalone: out of shell 15,000+ +$75 per abaloneM 29.25 Gaper/Washington clams: over-limit 250+ +$20 per clamM 29.35(a), (b) Clams: over-limit, under-size 250+ +$20 per clamM 29.40(a)-(c) Pismo clams: out-of-season, over-limit, under-size 100+ +$20 per claimM 29.55 Mussels: over-limit 250+ +$20 per musselM 29.80(a),(c),(f) Illegal traps to take crustaceans 250M 29.85(a)-(d) Crabs: area, under-size, over-limit, out-of-season 250+ et al +$20 per crabM 29.87 Ghost shrimp: over-limit 250+ +$2 per dozenM 29.90(a) Lobster: take or possess during closed season 250+ +$50 per lobsterM 29.90(b) Lobster: over-limit 250+ +$50 per lobster SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO 2010 MISDEMEANOR AND INFRACTION BAIL SCHEDULE 4
  • 97. CALIFORNIA CODE OF REGULATIONS cont’dI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC M 29.90(c) Lobster: under-size 250+ +$50 per lobsterM 100 Abalone: Taking for commercial purposes 15,000M 107(a)(1) Swordfish: permit required to take commercially 250M 120.7(a) Sea Urchins: permit required to take commercially 100M 122, et al Lobster: permit required to take commercially 250I 190.00 Number display 50M 300(a)(1)(A)1; Pheasant: out-of-season, over-limit 250+ (a)(1)(A)2 +$50 per birdM 300(a)(1)(B)1; Quail: out-of-season, over-limit 250+ (a)(1)(B)2 +$25 per birdM 307(a), (c) Tree squirrels: out-of-season and area, over-limit 250+ +$25 per animalM 308(a)-(c) Rabbits: out-of-season, over-limit 250+ +$25 per animalM 352 Big game: violate shooting hours 200M 353(a) Big game: use illegal methods to take 200M 360(a)(17)(A); Deer: area, out-of-season 250+ (a)(17)(B) +$150 per animalM 360(a)(17)(C) Deer: over-limit 250+ +$250 per animalM 365(a)(4), Bear: area, out-of-season 500+ (b) +$150 per animalM 365(c) Bear: over-limit 250+ +$250 per animalM 365(e) Bear: use illegal methods to take 250I 630 Violation of regulations in ecological reserve 75M 632 Violation of regulations in marine protected areas 75+ +$25 per fishM 671(a) Import, transport or possess wild animals w/o 250 permit**M 700(a) Failure to display fishing license on outer clothing 60 • with proof of license 25**M 700(b) No hunting license in possession 300 • with proof of license 200**M 4302 Non-payment of fees for use of facilities 75 • 2nd offense 100**M 4304 No aircraft landing or take-off without authorization 250**M 4305(a) No hunting or fishing in a state park 250 • Subsequent offense 500**M 4305(b) No taking, killing, or injuring wildlife in a state park 250 • Subsequent offense 500**M 4306(a)-(d) Destruction or removal of trees, plants or driftwood 100**M 4307(a) Destruction of geological features 100**M 4308(a) Destruction of archaeological features 250**M 4310 Littering 100**M 4311(a) No fires except in appropriate fireplace 500**M 4311(b) No unsafe fires 1,000**M 4311(c) No fires or smoking where posted 250 FOR MISDEMEANOR OR INFRACTION CHARGES NOT LISTED, SEE END OF RESPECTIVE CODE SECTION 5
  • 98. CALIFORNIA CODE OF REGULATIONS cont’dI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC**M 4312(c) Allowing noisy, vicious or dangerous dogs or 500 animals**M 4313(a) Loaded firearm in possession prohibited in state 250 park**M 4320(a) Fail to observe quiet hours (from 10 pm to 6 am) 100**M 4321 Fail to obtain permission for 100 assembly/demonstration**M 4322 Nudity and disrobing where prohibited 100**M 4324(a)-(c) Requirements for sanitation 100**M 4352 No off-highway vehicles, snowmobiles or 100 hovercraft unless authorized**M 4354 Negligent operation of vehicle or bicycle that 100 injures bird, animal or person**M 4357(a) Violate license requirements to operate vehicle 75**M 4358 Park, leave standing, or abandon vehicle 25 Prk**M 4359(a) Use road for horseback riding 25**M 4359(b) Hitch horse to tree 75**M 4359(e) Fail to close gate after opening it 75**M 4360 Violate regulations for operation of bicycles 75**M 4451(a) Illegal camping 75**M 4452(a) Exceed occupant limit for camp sites 75**M 4453(a) Fail to pay camping fees when due 75**M 4454(c) Occupancy unauthorized 75**M 4455(a) Camping time limits (days per year) 75**M 4456 Fail to vacate by 12pm or pay fee 75**M 4457 No camping in day-use areas unless authorized 75**M 4458 In campground between 10pm and 6am 100**M 4650 Swimming in prohibited area 100**M 4652 Floating devices prohibited 100**M 4656 Diving in prohibited area 25 **I 6564-6565 Equipment requirements (personal flotation 25 devices) **I 6565.7(a), (b) Equipment requirements (more PFD’s) 25 **I 6565.8(a)-(c) Equipment requirements (and more PFD’s) 25**M 6569-6573(a) Equipment requirements (fire extinguishers) 25**M 6574 Equipment requirements (back fire flame control) 25**M 6575-6575.1 Equipment requirements (ventilation) 25**M 6576 Use of liquified petroleum gas 25**M 6692(c)(1) et al Visual distress signal requirements 30**M 6695(a), (b) Flashing lights (proper shielding) 30**M 6697(a)-(c) Negligent operation 150 • Subsequent offense 150 I 7003 Unlawful placement of diver precaution markers 50**M 7504(b) For-hire operator must provide change of address 35**M 7504(c) For-hire operator must have license in possession 35 SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO 2010 MISDEMEANOR AND INFRACTION BAIL SCHEDULE 6
  • 99. CALIFORNIA CODE OF REGULATIONS cont’dI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC All other violations of California Code of Regulations, Title 14, as to over-limits, under- sized, closed seasons and illegal devices, excluding deer and commercial fish, not listed herein shall be 100 All other California Code of Regulations violations not listed herein shall be 50 BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONS CODE I/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC M 128 Violation of licensing requirements, sales and 1,000 service • 2nd offense 1,000 • 3rd offense 1,000 M 2314 Medical Practice Act 2,000 M 2630 License required/physical therapist 2,000 M 2903 License required/psychologist 2,000 M 3760(a)-(d) License required/respiratory care practice 2,000 M 3761(a) License required/respiratory care misrepresentation 2,000 M 4060 Possession of controlled substance without a 1,000 prescription M 4140 Possession of hypodermic needle or syringe without 500 prescription M 4142 Retail sales of hypodermic needle of syringe without 1,000 prescription M 4825 License required/veterinary medicine 2,000 M 4980(b) License required/marriage, family and child 2,000 counselor M 4996 License required/clinical social worker 2,000 M 5536(a)-(c) License required/architect 2,000 I 6451 Unsupervised performance of services for 500 consumer by paralegal I 6452(a) Unlawful advertisement by a paralegal 500 M 6704 License required/engineer 2,000 M 6980.10 License required/locksmith per BP6980.13 2,000 M 7028 License required/contractor 5,000 M 7317 License required/barber, cosmetologist, electrolysis 2,000 M 7502 License required/repossession agency 5,000 M 7592 License required/alarm company operator 2,000 M 7616 License required/funeral director 2,000 M 7641 License required/embalmer 2,000 M 7872(a) Registration required/geologist 2,000 M 8016 License required/shorthand reporter per BP8019 500 FOR MISDEMEANOR OR INFRACTION CHARGES NOT LISTED, SEE END OF RESPECTIVE CODE SECTION 7
  • 100. BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONS CODE cont’dI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC M 8550(a), (b) License required/structural pest control 2,000 M 8725 License required/land surveyor 2,000 M 9681 License required/cemetery broker or salesman 2,000 M 9840 License required/electronic or appliance repair 2,000 dealerM 9884(a) Payment of fee required by automotive repair dealer 100M 9884.6(a) License required/automotive repair dealer 2,000M 9884.8 Automotive repair dealer must record work 500M 9884.9(a)(1), Automotive repair dealer must provide written 500 (a)(2) estimate to customerM 9884.10 Automotive repair dealer to return replaced parts 100M 9884.11 Automotive repair dealer must maintain records 100I 9888.3 License required/lamp and brake adjustment 100 stationsM 11156 Health care controlled substances and dangerous 500 drugsM 12024.2(a) Quoting untrue value/weights and measures 1,000I 12024.2(b) Quoting untrue value/weights and measures 100M 17500 False or misleading advertising 2,000I 19051 License required/upholstered-furniture retail dealer 250I 19052 License required/custom upholsterer 250I 19053.1 License required/importer 250I 19054 License required/upholstered-furniture 250 manufacturer, bedding manufacturerI 19055 License required/bedding retail dealer 250I 19056 License required/bedding renovator 250I 19059 License required/supply dealer 250I 19059.5 License required/sanitizers 250I 19059.7 License required/insulation manufacturer 250M 21608(a) Failure to Keep Written Record – Junk Dealer or 100 Recycler • 2nd offense 250 • 3rd offense 500M 21610 Catalytic converters – junk dealers & recyclers 2,000M 21665(a) Failure to maintain reports (swap meet, operators) 50 • 2nd offense 100 • 3rd offense 200M 21665(b) Failure to maintain reports (swap meet, vendors) 50 • 2nd offense 100 • 3rd offense 200M 22435.2(b) Possession of shopping cart 100M 22755 Plastic bulk merchandise container 500M 25608 Possession of alcohol on school property 250I 25620 Possession of open alcohol container in restricted 50 areaM 25658(a) Sale of alcohol to a minor 1,000M 25658(b) Consumption of alcohol by a minor 500M 25658(d) Permitting minor to consume alcohol on premises 1,000 SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO 2010 MISDEMEANOR AND INFRACTION BAIL SCHEDULE 8
  • 101. BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONS CODE cont’dI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC I 25658.5 Minor attempting to purchase an alcoholic beverage 500 M 25659.5I Possession of unidentified beer keg 250 M 25659.5(d) Providing false information on receipt record 250 M 25660.5 Furnishing false identification to another 100 M 25661 Minor presenting false or fraudulent ID 500 I 25662(a) Minor in possession of alcoholic beverage 40 M 25662(a) Minor in possession of alcoholic beverage 50 • 2nd offense 500M 25663(a) Employment of minors when sale of alcohol 100M 25665 Minor remaining in licensed public premises 100 All other Business and Professions Code violations not listed herein shall be 500 CHIROPRACTIC CODEI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC All Chiropractic Code violations shall be 500 CIVIL CODEI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC All Civil Code violations shall be 500 EDUCATION CODEI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC M 22010 Retirement benefits – false statements, benefits 2,000 M 49182 Employment of minors 100 M 49183 Certification of false statement of age 100 I 49307 Disregard signal of school safety patrol 50 All other violations of the Education Code shall be 25 FOR MISDEMEANOR OR INFRACTION CHARGES NOT LISTED, SEE END OF RESPECTIVE CODE SECTION 9
  • 102. ELECTION CODEI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC All Election Code violations shall be 500 FISH AND GAME CODEPursuant to Section 12021 of the Fish and Game Code, an additional penalty of fifteen dollars($15) shall be added to any fine, penalty or forfeiture imposed under this Code for a violation ofthis Code, or a regulation adopted pursuant thereto. Exempt violations shall be indicated bytwo asterisks (**) preceding the violation. A plus (+) in the bail column indicates an amount per animal must be added to that bail.I/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC M 1052(a)-(f) Unlawful use of license or tag 200 M 1059(a) Failure to account for license fees 500 M 1583 Trespass on, or take birds, mammals, marine life 250+ from, ecological reserve +$25 per animal M 1602(a) Streambed alteration without agreement 1,000 M 2000 Unlawful hunting or fishing 200 M 2002 Unlawful possession of bird, mammal, fish, reptile, 250 amphibian M 2005 Unlawful use of artificial light to take game 300 M 2006 Possess loaded gun in vehicle 500 M 2015 Unlawful possession of bird, fish, etc., in restaurant 300 or eating establishment M 2016 Trespass while hunting 200 M 2018 Unlawful posting or destruction of signs 200 M 2080 Importing, exporting, or possessing any rare or 300 endangered native species M 2118(a)-(k) Unlawful possession of prohibited species 500 M 3000 Hunting during night time (from ½ hour before 200 sunset to ½ hour before sunrise the next day) M 3001 Hunting while intoxicated 350 M 3002 Shooting from boat, vehicle or airplane 200 M 3003(a) Hunting w/gun/device accessed via internet 350 connection M 3003(b)(1) Owning or operating on-line shooting range, site or 350 gallery M 3003(b)(2) Create, maintain, or utilize website or service by 350 other means for purpose of on-line hunting M 3004 Shooting within 150 yds of a dwelling 150 I 3007 Taking game without a valid license 250 • with proof of license 50 • Subsequent offense 500 M 3200 License required/breeding 100 SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO 2010 MISDEMEANOR AND INFRACTION BAIL SCHEDULE 10
  • 103. FISH AND GAME CODE cont’dI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC M 3511(a) Taking or possessing fully protected birds 500 • Subsequent offense 1,000M 3513 Taking or possessing migratory non-game birds 250M 3800 Taking of one nongame bird 400+ +$100 per nongame birdM 4004(d) Setting or maintaining traps that do not bear 300 identifying mark of registration**M 4330 No deer license tag 150 • Subsequent offense 200M 4336 Untagged deer 150M 4501 Taking protected mammals 5,000M 4700(a) Taking or possessing fully protected mammal 5,000 • Subsequent offense 1,000**M 4750 License tag required for taking bear 200 M 5508 Possess fish of indeterminate size and weight 250+ +$20 per fishM 5509 Possess fish of indeterminate species 250+ +$10 per fishM 5521 Moratorium on taking abalone 15,000M 5650 Water pollution 500M 5652(a) Deposit cans, bottles, litter in state waters 250M 6400 Unlawful placing of fish, animal or plant 15,000M 7120 Possess over-limit of fish 250+ +$10 per fishM 7121 Unlawful sale or purchase of fish 2,000**I 7145(a) Fishing without a license 100 per FG12002.2(b), (c) • with proof of license 25 • Subsequent offense 300M 7256 Lobsters under sport-fishing license must be taken 250+ by hoop net or by hand +$25 per lobsterM 7850(a) No commercial fishing license 200M 7920 No commercial passenger fishing boat license 350M 8251 Take lobster during closed season 300+ +$25 per lobsterM 8252 Take or possess under-size lobster commercially 300+ +$25 per lobsterM 8254(a) Take lobster commercially without permit 250M 8372 Possess bass (kelp, sand, spotted) in a place of 250 business for saleM 8603 Illegal use of net, trap, line, spear or appliance 400M 12012(a) Illegal poaching of wildlife for profit 5,000M 12013(a) Taking / possessing more than 3 times the bag / 5,000 possession limitM 12020 Violation of promise to appear 100 FOR MISDEMEANOR OR INFRACTION CHARGES NOT LISTED, SEE END OF RESPECTIVE CODE SECTION 11
  • 104. FISH AND GAME CODE cont’dI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC    All other fishing (commercial or non-commercial)  and deer violations not listed herein shall be 200    All other Fish and Game Code violations not  listed herein shall be 100  FOOD AND AGRICULTURAL CODEI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC M 42943 Mislabeling all fruits and nuts (includes avocados) 300    M 44972 Lack of official stamp (avocados) 300    M 45032 Proof of ownership (avocados) 300    M 45034 Falsifying records (avocados) 300       All other Food and Agricultural Code violations   not listed herein shall be 100  GOVERNMENT CODEI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC M 31455.5 Retirement Benefits – false statements, benefits 2,000    M 20085 Retirement Benefits – false statements, benefits 2,000       All other Government Code violations not listed    herein shall be 500   HARBORS AND NAVIGATION CODEI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC M 131 Obstructing navigable waters 50    M 133 Discharging oil into navigable waters of the State 1,000    M 300 Willful damage or set adrift a vessel under 10 tons 250    M 301 Willful damage or set adrift a vessel of 10 tons or 500    moreM 303 Damage or set a raft adrift 250   M 525 Abandonment & Abatement of Vessels 1000   I 654(b) Motorboat muffler requirement 50   I 654.05(a) Operating motorboat that exceeds noise level 50   I 654.06(a)-(c) Motorboat for sale that exceeds noise level 50   M 655(a) Reckless or negligent operation of motorboat 400    SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO 2010 MISDEMEANOR AND INFRACTION BAIL SCHEDULE 12
  • 105. HARBORS AND NAVIGATION CODE cont’dI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC M 655(b) Operating a vessel under the influence of an alcohol 1,600 beverage and/or drugs • with prior(s) 5,000M 655(c) Operating a motor vessel with an alcohol 1,600 concentration of .08 percent or more in the blood • with prior(s) 5,000M 655(d) Operating a non-recreational vessel with blood 1,600 alcohol level .04 or higher • 2nd offense 5,000M 655(e) Operating a motor vessel while addicted to a drug 1,600 • 2nd offense 5,000M 655(f) Operating a motor vessel while under the influence 1,600 of an alcoholic beverage and/or drugs and violating a law or neglecting a duty imposed by law and causing injury to a personM 655.2(a)(1); Operating a motor vessel in excess of speeds 50 (a)(2)(A)-(C) enumerated I 655.6(a) Person under 21 years of age operating a motor 100 vessel under the influence of alcohol • 2nd offense 200 • 3rd offense 250M 656.1(a), (b) Hit and run 1,000M 658(a) Towing skier without an observer (at least 12 years 250 old) aboardM 658(b) Towing skier during prohibited hours (between 50 sunset and sunrise)M 658(d) Towing skier so as to cause collision with an object 500 or another personM 658(e) Reckless operation of water skis, aquaplane or 500 similar device I 658.5(d) Operating certain motor vessels or allowing the 100 operation of certain motor vessels by persons in a restricted age group I 658.7(a) Failure of operator of a vessel towing a skier to 15 display or cause to be displayed a ski flagI 659 Unlawful marking of waters 50M 663.6 Vessel failing to stop upon lawful order 1,000I 674 Boat livery equipment requirements 50I 681(a), (b) Teak surfing, platform dragging and body surfing 50 behind vessel All other Harbors and Navigation Code violations not listed herein shall be 100 FOR MISDEMEANOR OR INFRACTION CHARGES NOT LISTED, SEE END OF RESPECTIVE CODE SECTION 13
  • 106. HEALTH AND SAFETY CODEI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC M 11357(b) Possession of marijuana (less than 1 oz.) 100 M 11357(c) Possession of marijuana (more than 1 oz.) 150 M 11357(d) Possession of marijuana (more than 1 oz.) on 500 school groundsM 11360(b) Transport or give away marijuana (less than 1 oz.) 100M 11364 Possession of drug paraphernalia 250M 11375(b) Possession of controlled substance without a 1,000 prescriptionM 11377(a) per Possession of controlled substance 1,000 17(b)(4)M 11550(a) Under the influence of a controlled substance 1,000M 12101-12676 Misdemeanor violations re: fireworks 100M 12677 Possession of dangerous fireworks without permit 50M 12678-12726 Misdemeanor violations re: fireworks 100M 13000 Allowing fire to escape to lands of another 250M 13001 Negligent acts causing fire 250M 13002(a) Throwing flaming or glowing substance from 250 vehicle • 2nd offense 500 • 3rd offense 750M 13003 Using harvesting equipment without spark arrester 100M 13004 Using harvester without fire extinguisher 50M 13005(a)(1), Using equipment for grain harvest without spark 100 (a)(2), (b) arresterM 17920.3 Maintenance of sub-standard residential dwelling 1,000M 25190 Violation of hazardous waste law 2,000M 25993 Tethering, confining pigs, chickens, calves TBD Prop. 2 passed 2008 - takes effect in 2015M 101080.2(c) Violation of an order of a health officer 1,000I 105256(c) Creating a lead hazard - 1st offense 1,000M 105256(d) Creating a lead hazard - 2nd offense 5,000M 111670-111725 Manufacture, sell, deliver adulterated cosmetic 1,000M 111765 Manufacture or sell a misbranded cosmetic 1,000M 111865 Remove or sell embargoed item without 1,000 permissionI 118948(a) Smoking in a car when minor children are present 100M 120980c Wrongful disclosure of public health record 25,000M 121025(e)(3) Wrongful disclosure of public health record 25,000M 121110c Wrongful disclosure of public health record 25,000I 121110e Wrongful disclosure of public health record 25 All other Heath and Safety Code infraction violations not listed herein shall be 100 All other Health and Safety Code misdemeanor violations not listed herein shall be 500 SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO 2010 MISDEMEANOR AND INFRACTION BAIL SCHEDULE 14
  • 107. INSURANCE CODEI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC M 1140.5(a), (b) Filing of proxies 50 M 1681.5(a) No person shall cheat on, subvert or attempt to 10,000 subvert any licensing exam (reference IC1681.5(b)) All other Insurance Code violations shall be 500 LABOR CODEI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC M 6509.5(a) Asbestos violations 2,000 All other Labor Code violations shall be 100 PENAL CODEI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC M 102 Destruction of or taking property in an officer’s 250 possession M 135 Destroying documentary evidence 1,000 M 146(a) Making arrest without lawful authority 250 M 146a(a)(1)-(4) Impersonating an officer 5,000 (b)(1)-(4) M 146g Non-disclosure of crime information by public 500 safety employees M 148(a)(1) Resisting an officer 5,000 M 148.2 (1)-(4) Interfering with fireman or emergency 1,000 personnel M 148.3(a) Falsely reporting emergency 1,000 M 148.5 False police report 2,000 M 148.9(a), (b) Giving false identification 5,000 M 150 Refusal to assist in making arrest 250 M 166(a)(4) Violation of any process or court order 10,000 M 166(c)(1) Violation of criminal stay away order in a 10,000 domestic violence offense • 2nd offense 20,000 • 3rd offense 40,000 M 171.5(b) Possess prohibited item/weapon in airport 2,500 M 192(c)(2) Vehicular manslaughter without gross 5,000 negligence M 236/237 per False imprisonment 10,000 17(b)(4) FOR MISDEMEANOR OR INFRACTION CHARGES NOT LISTED, SEE END OF RESPECTIVE CODE SECTION 15
  • 108. PENAL CODE cont’dI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC M 240/241(a) Assault on non-law enforcement officer 1,000 M 240/241(b) Assault on parking control officer 5,000 M 240/241(c) Assault on law enforcement officer or firefighter 10,000 M 241.5(a) Assault on a highway worker 5,000 M 242/243(a) Battery 8,000 • 2nd offense 10.000 M 242/243(b) Battery on a peace officer or fireman 10,000 M 242/243(d) per Battery resulting in serious bodily injury 10,000 17(b)(4) M 242/243(e)(1) Battery on spouse, former spouse, fiancée, etc. 10,000 • 2nd offense 20,000 • 3rd offense 40,000 M 242/243.2(a) Battery on any person on school, park or 8,000 hospital property • 2nd offense 10,000 M 242/243.4(d)(1) Misdemeanor sexual battery 10,000 • 2nd offense 20,000 M 243.65 Battery on highway worker 10,000 M 245(a)(1) per Assault with a deadly weapon (other than 10,000 17(b)(4) firearm) or force likely to cause great bodily injury M 245(a)(2) per Assault with a firearm 20,000 17(b)(4) M 245.6I Hazing 2,500 M 245.6(e) Hazing with prior 10,000 M 248 Willfully shining light or bright device at aircraft 5,000 M 261.5(c) per Statutory rape 10,000 17(b)(4) M 273a(b) Cruelty to child 25,000 M 273d(a) per Corporal punishment of a child 20,000 17(b)(4) M 273i Publish info re Child with Intent 5000 M 273.5(a) per Battery upon spouse, etc., resulting in traumatic 15,000 17(b)(4) condition • 2nd offense 30,000 • 3rd offense 60,000 M 273.6(a), (c)(1)-(3) Restraining order violation 10,000 • 2nd offense 20,000 • 3rd offense 40,000 M 273.7(a) Any person who maliciously publishes or other 10,000 discloses the location of any trafficking or domestic violence shelter M 290.018(a) Failure to register as a sex offender 10,000 • 2nd offense 15,000 M 290.018(g) Failure to register as sex offender – Transient 10,000 • 2nd offense 15,000 M 290.95(a)or (b) Failure to disclose PC290 registration status 25,000 while working with children M 298.1 Refusal to give required samples 5,000 SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO 2010 MISDEMEANOR AND INFRACTION BAIL SCHEDULE 16
  • 109. PENAL CODE cont’dI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC M 308(a) Selling or furnishing tobacco to a minor 500 • 2nd offense 1,000 • 3rd offense 3,000 M 309 Admitting/keeping minor in house of prostitution 2,500 M 314.1 Indecent exposure 10,000 M 316 Keeping disorderly or assignation house 2,000 I 337k Nonparimutual wagering on horse race 500 M • 2nd offense 10,000 M 347b Alcoholic beverage containing deleterious 2,000 substance M 350(a)(1) Counterfeiting – manufacturing, selling 2,500 trademarked items M 368(b)(1) per Abuse of elder or dependent adult likely to 15,000 17(b)(4) produce great bodily harm M 368(c) Abuse of elder or dependent adult 10,000 M 368(d) Elder abuse theft < $950 10,000 M 368(e) Elder abuse theft < $950 by caretaker 10,000 M 369i(a), (b) Trespassing on railroad or rail transit property 100 M 370 Public nuisance (obstructing free and 100 comfortable use of liberty and property) M 373a Maintaining or permitting nuisance (each day 1,000 nuisance remains is deemed separate offense) I 374.3(a), (b) Dumping refuse on public or private property 250 • 2nd offense 500 • 3rd offense 750 I 374.3(e) Dumping refuse on public property 250 • 2nd offense 500 • 3rd offense 750 M 374.3(h) Dumping refuse in commercial quantities 500 • 2nd offense 1,500 • 3rd offense 2,750 M 374.3(h)1 Dumping in commercial quantities 500 • 2nd offense 1,500 • 3rd offense 2,750 I 374.4(a) Littering on public or private property 100 • 2nd offense 500 • 3rd offense 750 I 374.4(d) Littering on public or private property 100 • 2nd offense 500 • 3rd offense 750 M 374.7(a) Dumping rubbish or litter in stream or body of 1,000 water M 374.8(b) Dumping hazardous material 5,000 M 381(a), (b) Possess toluene or similar substance to inhale 250 fumes M 381c Nitrous oxide – prohibited sale to minor 500 M 384h Killing or injuring domestic animal while hunting 250 M 402b Abandoning refrigerator or other appliance 100 M 408 Participating in rout or unlawful assembly 250 FOR MISDEMEANOR OR INFRACTION CHARGES NOT LISTED, SEE END OF RESPECTIVE CODE SECTION 17
  • 110. PENAL CODE cont’dI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC M 415(1)-(3) Disturbing the peace by fighting, loud noise or 250 offensive words M 415.5(a)(1)-(3) Unlawful acts on college or university grounds 250 M 417(a)(1) Brandishing weapon, other than firearm 10,000 M 417(a)(2) Brandishing a firearm 20,000 M 422.4(a) Publishing Info. of Researcher 1,000 M 422.6 per Hate crimes 20,000 17(b)(4)I/M 484(a)/488 per Petty theft per PC490.1 (loss less than <$50) 250 490.1 M 484(a)/488 Petty theft <$400 1000 M 484(b) per Diversion of money 5,000 17(b)(4) M 502.7(a)(1)- Defrauding telephone or telegraph company 150 (5) (et al) M 530.5(c)(1) Intend to defraud, acquire or retain possession 2,500 of personal identification M 530.5(e) Commit mail theft 2,500 M 537(a)(1) Nonpayment of hotel, lodging or restaurant bill 250 M 537e(a)(1)-(3) Possess items without, or with altered, ID 5,000 marks M 538d(a) Impersonating an officer by wearing badge or 5,000 insignia M 538f Impersonating a public utility worker 5,000 M 555 Entry on posted property without permission 250 M 558 Trespassing at Scripps Institute of 50 Oceanography M 591 Destroying phone, telegraph or cable television 10,000 line M 593e(a), (b) Manufacture, distribution or sale of device for 300 intercepting subscription TV transmissions M 594(a)(b)(2)(A) Vandalism less than $400/misdemeanor 2,000 M 594(a)(b)(2)(B) Vandalism less than $400 5,000 w/prior//misdemeanor M 594(b)(1) Misdemeanor vandalism 2,500 M 594(b)(2)(A) Misdemeanor vandalism 2,500 M 594(b)(2)(B) Misdemeanor vandalism 5,000 M 597a Cruelty to animals 2,500 597b 597c 597e M 597f(a) Cruelty to animals 1,000 I 597l(b)(1) Sellers of pet animals shall provide buyers with 100 general written recommendations for care of the class of pet sold • Pursuant to PC 5971(b)(4) charge shall be dismissed if proof of correction is submitted on first violation only • 2nd offense 250 SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO 2010 MISDEMEANOR AND INFRACTION BAIL SCHEDULE 18
  • 111. PENAL CODE cont’dI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC M 597.1(a) Cruelty to animals 1,000 M 597.5 Dog fighting – Spectator 1,000 M 597.7 Animal abuse (confinement in unattended car) • W/O GBI 1,000 • 1st W/GBI 2,500 • 2nd or more 5,000 M 599f Animal cruelty – non ambulatory animals, meat 1,000 and products M 601(a)(1) Trespass with threat of great bodily injury and 25,000 within 30 days enters home to carry out threat M 601(a)(2) Trespass with threat of great bodily injury and 25,000 within 30 days enters victim’s workplace to carry out threat M 602(i) Willfully destroying fence on enclosed property 250 M 602(j) Building fire without permission on posted land 500 M 602(k)(1)-(4) Entering land under cultivation or enclosed by 250 fence and refusing to leave; tearing down signs; tampering with locks; or discharging any firearm M 602(l) Entering and occupying real property or 250 structures without consent M 602(o) Refusal to leave land or real property after 250 notice M 602.12(a) Tresspass – Residential property of academic 2,000 researcher M 602.5(a) Trespass into an unoccupied dwelling 1,000 M 602.5(b) Trespass into an inhabited dwelling 2,000 I 602.8(a) Trespass - entering cultivated, fenced or posted 100 land without permission • 2nd offense 250 M • 3rd offense is a misdemeanor 500 M 603 Cause injury to dwelling house 250 M 638a Illegal telephone call patter or list 2,500 • 2nd offense 10,000 M 626.8(a)(1)-(3) Interference with peaceful conduct of school 1,000 I 640(b)(1)-(11) Infractions committed in facilities or vehicles of 25 public transportation system M 640a1 Misuse of vending and slot machines 25 • 2nd offense 50 • 3rd offense 50 M 640b1 Misuse of coin-box telephone 25 I 640.5(a)(1) Deface with graffiti Government, or public 1,000 transportation system, facilities and vehicles M 646.9(a) per Stalking 20,000 17(b)(4) • 2nd offense 40,000 • 3rd offense 80,000 M 647(a) Disorderly conduct/lewd and dissolute behavior 2,000 • 2nd offense 5,000 • 3rd offense 10,000 FOR MISDEMEANOR OR INFRACTION CHARGES NOT LISTED, SEE END OF RESPECTIVE CODE SECTION 19
  • 112. PENAL CODE cont’dI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC M 647(b) Disorderly conduct/prostitution 2,000 • 2nd offense 5,000 • 3rd offense 10,000 M 647(c) Disorderly conduct/begging 25 M 647(d) Disorderly conduct/loitering about public toilet 250 M 647(f) alcohol Disorderly conduct/drunk in public 40 M 647(f) drugs Disorderly conduct/under the influence of drugs 1,000 M 647(i) Disorderly conduct/peeking in door or window 10,000 of inhabited building while prowling on private property M 647(j) Disorderly conduct/lodging without owner’s 250 consent • Subsequent offense 250 M 647(k)(1),(2) Peeping into bathroom/upskirt photos and video 10,000 • 2nd offense 15,000 M 647.6(a) Child molesting 20,000 I 652(a) Perform or offer to perform body piercing upon 250 a person under the age of 18 years M 653(g) Loitering about place where children 5,000 congregate M 653k Possession of switchblade knife 2,500 M 653x(a) Calling 911 with intent to annoy or harass 5,000 M 653.2 Threaten/harass via electronic communication 5000 device M 653.22 Loitering for the purpose of engaging in 2,000 prostitution 5,000 • 2nd offense 10,000 • 3rd offense M 654.1 Providing transportation for fare without permit 500 M 847.5 Failure of bondsman to follow proper procedure 2,500 M 853.7 Violation of Promise to Appear 250 M 4600(a) Destroying or injuring prison or jail 250 M 12001.1 Manufacture or import to/from state for sale any 500 “undetectable knife” M 12025(a)(1)-(3) Possession of concealed weapon 10,000 M 12031(a)(1) Carrying loaded firearm on person or in vehicle 15,000 in any public place I 12556(a) Displaying/exposing imitation gun in public 2,500 I • 2nd offense 2,500 M • 3rd or subsequent offense 2,500 M 12655 Selling less lethal weapon to person under 18 500 years old All other Penal Code infraction violations 100 not listed herein shall be All other Penal Code misdemeanor 500 violations not listed herein shall be SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO 2010 MISDEMEANOR AND INFRACTION BAIL SCHEDULE 20
  • 113. PUBLIC RESOURCES CODEI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC M 4154 Failure to obey summons to fight fire 250 M 4165(a)-(e) Misconduct at scene of forest fire 250 M 4255(a) Smoking or building fire in hazardous-fire area 5,000 M 4256 Entering closed hazardous-fire area 50 I 4291(a)-(f) Failure to clear fire hazard around structure 1,000 • 2nd offense within 5 years 2,500M • 3rd offense within 5 years is a misdemeanor 5,000M 4292 – 93 Failure to clear fire hazard around powerline 250M 4297 Enter area closed to hunting and fishing, or closed 200 due to fire hazardM 4331 Smoking or building campfire on national forest land 1,000M 4332 Entering state park or forest closed due to fire 50 hazardM 4373(a) Failure to clear around solid waste facility 100M 4374(a) Failure to maintain hazard clearance around rubbish 250 dumpM 4421 Burning lands of another 250M 4422(a), (b) Allowing fire to escape 250M 4423(a), (b) Burning without permit 150M 4425 Violating burning permit terms 150M 4427(a), (b) Failure to provide clearing and fire tools adjacent to 150 hazardous operationsM 4428 – 29 Failure to provide fire tools and equipment at log 150 landings and campsM 4430 Violating force pump and water requirements 150M 4431 Failure to provide fire tools during power saw 50 operationsM 4432(a), (b) Neglecting camp fire 100M 4433 Permit required for campfire 250M 4435 Causing fire with equipment 250M 4436 Refusal to fight fire 250M 4437(b) Failure to dispose of flammable mill waste 100M 4438 – 39(a) Burning in enclosed device 100M 4440(a)(1)- Failure to dispose of flammable forest product 100 (3)(D), (b) residueM 4442(a), (b) Using equipment without spark arrester 100I 4442.6(a) Sell, offer to sell, lease or rent specified equipment 100 with internal combustion engine without required warning label I 4442.6(b) Manufacture of specified equipment with internal 100 combustion engine without attaching required warning labelM 4443 Internal combustion engines 100M 4445 Illegal possession or discharge of tracer ammunition 500M 4446(a)-(c) Burning in illegal incinerator or without clearance 250M 4571(a) Conducting timber operations without permit 250 FOR MISDEMEANOR OR INFRACTION CHARGES NOT LISTED, SEE END OF RESPECTIVE CODE SECTION 21
  • 114. PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE cont’dI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC M 4585 Fail to file notice of timber operations by owner 100 M 5008.7 Dumping or littering in state park 100 • 2nd offense 500 • 3rd offense 750 All other Public Resources Code violations not listed herein shall be 500 PUBLIC UTILITIES CODEI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC I 120450 Fare evasion 75 M • 3rd and subsequent offenses are misdemeanors 500 I 120450.5 False ID 50 M • 3rd and subsequent offenses are misdemeanors 500 I 120451 Unauthorized operation, tampering, interference 50 with, or loitering about, transit facilitiesM • Subsequent offense is a misdemeanor 500I 120452 Unauthorized entry, climbing or holding on to trolley 50 vehiclesM • Subsequent offense is a misdemeanor 500 All other Public Utilities Code infraction violations not listed herein shall be 100 All other Public Utilities Code misdemeanor violations not listed herein shall be 500 RETAIL FOOD CODEI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC M 114395 Violation of retail food codes 500 REVENUE AND TAXATION CODEI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC M 6071 Selling commercially without a permit 500 All other Revenue and Taxation Code violations not listed herein shall be 50 SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO 2010 MISDEMEANOR AND INFRACTION BAIL SCHEDULE 22
  • 115. STREETS AND HIGHWAYS CODEI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC M 731 Parked on highway for purposes of selling 10 All other Streets and Highways Code violations not listed herein shall be 25 WATER CODEI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC M 13387(a)(1)-(6) Negligent violation of Water Authority 2,000 All other Water Code violations not listed herein shall be 150 VEHICLE CODEThe base fine for one Vehicle Code moving violation that is assessed “points” on a current arrest orcitation shall be enhanced by $10 for each “prior” conviction within 36 months of the new allegedoffense. For calculating the enhancement, both the current and “prior” offense must be a movingviolation for which a “point” has been assigned per Vehicle Code section 12810 or 12810.2.With three or more convictions on moving violations within a 12 month period, or five or moreconvictions on moving violations in a 36 month period, a court appearance is mandatory. I/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC M 20 Fraudulent application or false statement 2,000 M 27 Impersonation of patrol member 5,000 M 31 False information to peace officer 5,000 M 1808.45 Unauthorized disclosure of DMV records 2,000 I 2420 Motorcycle dealer certificate 25 M 2800(a) Refusal to obey peace officer 5,000 M 2800(b) Refusal to comply with peace officer’s out-of- 200 service order M 2800I Refusal to comply with Dept. of Transportation 200 out-of-service order M 2800.1(a) Attempt to evade pursuing officer’s motor vehicle 10,000 M 2800.1(b) Evading a police officer - bicycle 2,500 M 2800.4 Fleeing a police officer on a highway in a direction 10,000 opposite to traffic. May be filed as a felony violation. M 2801 Obedience to firemen 5,000 M 2803(a) Control of illegal size or weight 50 • 2nd offense 100 • 3rd offense 500 (reference VC42001(b)) FOR MISDEMEANOR OR INFRACTION CHARGES NOT LISTED, SEE END OF RESPECTIVE CODE SECTION 23
  • 116. VEHICLE CODE cont’dI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC I 5030 Motorized bicycle display license 25 I 5037(a) License plate required for moped (sold after 7/81) 25 I 5037(b) License plate required for moped (sold before 25 7/81) I 5109 Transfer or retention of environmental plates 25 I 5200 Display of license plates 25 I 5201(a)-(e) License plates, securely attached and clearly 25 visible I 5201(f) Device which impairs recognition of plate by 25 remote sensing device I 5201.1(a) Sale of product or device that obscures, or is 250 intended to obscure the reading or recognition of a license plate $250 per item sold I 5202 Period of display of licenses 25 I 5204(a) Tabs, attach to rear plate 25 I 5206 Partial year registration, shall display certificate or 25 insigniaI 5352 Registration of trailer coaches 25M 5753(a)-(d),(f) Failure to deliver registration 500I 5900(a)-(c) Notice to DMV - transfer, mileage, ownership 25M 5901(a) Transfer of ownership, dealer notify DMV 150I 5902 Failure to notify DMV of transfer within 10 days 25I 6700(a)-(c) Vehicles subject to registration 50I 6700.4 Display of nonresident commuter indicia and 50 identification card carried with vehicleI 8802 Failure to return evidence of registration 100M 8802(a) Failure to return evidence of registration, with 300 intent to defraud per VC40000.7M 8803 Dealer, salesperson, manufacturer, transporter, or 250 dismantler surrender license when cancelled, suspended or revokedM 8804 Out of state license, residents 250I 9400(a)-(c) Commercial vehicle weight fees 25I 9406 Failure to report alterations increasing weight fees 25I 9564(c) Reconstruction of vehicle delivered to scrap metal 25 processor restricted I 9850 Number of undocumented vessel 25 I 9853(a) Application for and display of number 25 Bail with proof of correction 25 I 9853.2 Display of identification number 25 I 9853.3 Rental agreement in possession 25 I 9864 Wrecked, junked, destroyed, or abandoned 25 undocumented vesselI 9865 Change of address 25I 9866 Display of other numbers 50M 9872 Defacing, destroying or altering hull ID # 100I 9901 Transfer of ownership (undocumented vessel) 25M 10501(a) False report of vehicle theft 1,500 FOR MISDEMEANOR OR INFRACTION CHARGES NOT LISTED, SEE END OF RESPECTIVE CODE SECTION 25
  • 117. VEHICLE CODE cont’dI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC M 2813 Commercial vehicles to stop and submit to 35 inspection I 2814 Passenger vehicles to submit to roadside 25 inspection I 2815 Failure to obey crossing guard 50 • 2nd offense 100 • 3rd offense 250 (reference VC42001.1(a)) I 4000(a)(1) Registration required 50 Pursuant to VC40522, charge shall be dismissed if proof of correction is submitted. • Subsequent offense 100 I 4000.4(a) Registration required, California based vehicle 25 I 4000.6(a) Failure to submit application or declare accurate 35 combined gross vehicle weight per 9400.1 I 4000.6(d) Commercial vehicle with gross vehicle weight over OWC 10,000 pounds, in excess of declared gross vehicle weight Refer to Overweight Chart (OWC) on page 48 I 4004(a)(1) Foreign commercial vehicle trip permit required 25 I 4152.5 Foreign vehicle registration 25 I 4159 Notice of change of address 25 I 4160 Change of address on registration card 25 I 4161(a) Failure to notify of engine or motor change 25 I 4301 Surrender evidence of foreign registration 25 I 4454(a) Registration card in vehicle 25 I 4455 Failure to display foreign commercial vehicle 25 permitI 4457 Stolen, lost, or damaged reg. card or license plate 25I 4458 Both plates lost or stolen 25I 4459 Stolen, lost, or damaged certificate 25I 4461(a) Improper use of evidence of registration 25M 4461(b) Permit improper use of handicapped placard 300M 4461(c) Improper display of handicapped placard 300M 4461(d) Improper use of handicapped license plate 300I 4462(a) Showing of registration upon demand 25I 4462(b) Improper showing of registration 25M 4462.5 Unlawful display of evidence of registration 250 • 3rd offense 250M 4463(b)(1)-(3) Unlawful forgery, passing, possession, or sale of 2,000 disabled person placard w/fraudulent intentM 4463(c) Unlawful display of forged, counterfeit, or false 1,000 disabled person placard w/fraudulent intent I 4463(e) Misuse of clean air sticker 300 I 4464 Displaying altered license plates 25 I 5011 Display identification plate on construction 25 equipment, mobile equipment, cemetery equipment, tow dolly, and every logging vehicle I 5017(a) Identification plate to be attached to equipment 25 SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO 2010 MISDEMEANOR AND INFRACTION BAIL SCHEDULE 24
  • 118. VEHICLE CODE cont’dI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC I 10502(b) Report by owners 25 I 10552 False or fraudulent reports of undocumented 100 vesselsM 10750(a) Altering, defacing or replacing vehicle ID number 150M 10751(a) Vehicle without manufacturer’s number 150M 10851(a) per Auto theft, permanently or temporarily deprive 10,000 17(b)(4) owner of possessionM 10851.5 Theft of binder chains 1,000M 10852 Tampering with vehicle or contents 5,000M 10853 Committing malicious mischief to vehicle 2,500M 10854 Tampering with stored vehicles 300M 11100(a) Unlicensed driver training school operator 500M 11300 Acting as vehicle verifier without permit 500M 11500 Dismantling vehicle without permit 500M 11514(a) Auto dismantler, failure to display sign 25M 11520(a) Notice of acquisition and transmittal of documents 150 by licensed auto dismantlerM 11700 License or permit required by dealer, transporter, 500 etc.M 11709(a) Display business sign 50M 11712(a), (b) Change of established place of business/franchise 50M 11712.5(a), (b) Motorcycle and light duty truck sales: required 50 price informationM 11713(a)-(t) Unlawful acts by dealers 500M 11713.1(a)-(x) Unlawful acts by dealers (advertising & sales) 500M 11713.2(a)-(e) Attempt to coerce dealer 50M 11713.3(a)-(q) Unlawful acts by manufacturers and distributors 50M 11713.3(r)-(u) Failure to affix ID number on park trailer 50M 11713.5(a) Dealer misrepresentation of vehicle model year 1,000M 11713.5(b) Dealer advise other dealer to change model year 250M 11713.17(a, b) Violation by dealer, manufacturer or distributor of 150 requirements for securing front license on vehicleM 11715(f) Registration card for special plates kept with 25 vehicleM 11800 Unlawful to act as vehicle salesperson without 500 licenseM 11812(a), (b) Dealer’s display of license 50M 11819(a)-(e) Unlawful uses of salesperson’s license 500M 11900 Acting as representative without a license 500M 12110(a) Providing or requesting a commission, gift or 1,000 compensation in consideration of arranging or requesting the services of a tow truckM 12110(c) Exchange of valuable consideration between 1,000 towing service or employee of towing service and repair shop or employee of repair shop for the delivery or arranging of delivery of a vehicle for storage or repair I 12500(a) Unlawful to drive unless licensed 75 • Subsequent offense 100 SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO 2010 MISDEMEANOR AND INFRACTION BAIL SCHEDULE 26
  • 119. VEHICLE CODE cont’dI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC M 12500(a) Unlawful to drive unless licensed 100 • Subsequent offense 150 I 12500(b), (d) Driver’s license - out of classification 35 I 12500(c) Unlawful to drive in off-street parking facility 35 without license or out of classification I 12500(e) Operating motorized scooter in violation of 35 emission requirements I 12509(d) Violation of instruction permit restriction or driving 35 a motor vehicle without a required instruction permit I 12509(e) Violation of instruction permit restriction and 35 driving a motorcycle during darkness, on a freeway or with a passengerM 12515(b) Minor under 21 employed to drive in interstate 200 commerce or carry hazardous materials I 12517(a)(1) Operation of school bus without appropriate 35 drivers license in possession while transporting pupilsM 12517(a)(2) Operation of school bus without certificate in 250 possession while transporting pupils (reference VC40000.11) I 12517(b) Operation of school pupil activity bus without 35 appropriate driver’s license in possessionM 12517(b) Operation of school pupil activity bus without 250 certificate in possession while transporting pupilsM 12517.45(a) Unlawful operation of specified vehicle 250 transporting pupilsM 12519(a) Farm labor vehicle, endorsed license required 80I 12523.5(a) Paratransit bus driver must have special 35 endorsement I 12814.6(b)(1) Failure to obey licensing provisions 35 (A)(B) • Subsequent offense 50 (reference VC12814(d)(1)) Court to impose not less than 8 or more than 16 hours of community service for first offense I 12815(a) Must obtain duplicate license if lost, destroyed, 35 mutilated or a new name is acquiredI 12951(a) Driver’s license, to be in possession 35M 12951(b) Driver’s license, refusal to present to officer 50M 13004(a)-(g) Unlawful use of identification card 250M 13004.1 Unlawful use of identification card 1,000I 13007 Identification card holder to notify DMV of address 35 change within 10 daysI 14600(a) Notice of change of address 35M 14601(a) Driving while driver’s license suspended or 1,000 revoked for reckless or negligent driving acts, including operation of off-highway vehicle FOR MISDEMEANOR OR INFRACTION CHARGES NOT LISTED, SEE END OF RESPECTIVE CODE SECTION 27
  • 120. VEHICLE CODE cont’dI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC I 14601.1(a) Driving while driver’s license suspended or 150 revoked for offenses not related to driving ability, including operation of off-highway vehicleM 14601.1(a) Driving while driver’s license suspended or 600 revoked for offenses not related to driving ability, including operation of off-highway vehicle • Subsequent offense 800M 14601.2(a) Driving while driver’s license suspended or 5,000 revoked for driving under influence of alcohol and/or drugs, including operation of off-highway vehicleM 14601.2(b) Driving while driver’s license restricted for alcohol 5,000 and drug offenses, including operation of off- highway vehicleM 14601.3(a) Habitual traffic offender, including operation of off- 2,500 highway vehicleM 14601.5(a,b) Driving when driver’s license suspended or 5,000 revoked for refusing chemical test or driving with excessive blood alcohol, including operation of off-highway vehicleM 14602.6(g)(4) Knowingly release impounded vehicle prior to end 5,000 of impound periodM 14610(a)(1)- Unlawful use of driver’s license 250 (a)(8)M 14610.1(a) Manufacture or sale of fraudulent ID prohibited 2,500I 14610.5(a)(1), (2) Sale or distribution of DMV examination crib sheet 50M • Subsequent offense (misdemeanor) 100I 15250(a)(1) Commercial driver’s license required 35I 15250(a)(2) Commercial driver’s license with hazardous 35 material endorsement required I 15275(a) Person driving commercial vehicle must have 35 required endorsementsM 15501 Minor presenting false driver’s license for purpose 150 of leasing or purchasing a car I 15620(a)(1) Leaving child 6/under inside vehicle 100 I 15620(a)(2) Leaving child 6/under inside vehicle engine 100 running I 16025(a) Failure to exchange information at the scene of an 100 accident I 16028(a) Failure to display proof of financial responsibility 200 when requested by a peace officer • Subsequent offense 500 (within 3 yeas - reference VC16029(b)) I 16028(c) Failure to display proof of financial responsibility 200 when requested by a peace officer or traffic collision investigator when involved in an accident • Subsequent offense 500M 16030(a) Providing false evidence of financial responsibility 750 SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO 2010 MISDEMEANOR AND INFRACTION BAIL SCHEDULE 28
  • 121. VEHICLE CODE cont’dI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC I 16502(a) Failure to maintain proof of financial responsibility 100 during use of vehicle in conduct of businessM 16560(a), (b) Interstate highway carriers, failure to comply with 300 P.U.C. regulationsM 20001(a)(1) Hit and run w/injury 10,000M 20002(a) Hit and run, property damage including vehicles 1,000M 20002(a)(1) Failure to provide accident information at the 300 sceneM 20002(b) Hit and run, property damage by runaway vehicle 1,000I 21070 Unsafe operation of a motor vehicle in violation of 70 Division 11 provision causing bodily harm I 21070 Unsafe operation of a motor vehicle in violation of 95 Division 11 provision causing great bodily injuryM 21200.5 Riding bicycle under influence of alcohol or drugs 250I 21201(a)-(c) Bicycle equipment requirements 25I 21201(d)(1-4) Requires lights and reflectors on bicycles 25I 21201.5(a), (b) Selling bicycles without approved reflectors 25I 21207.5 Operation of motorized bicycles where prohibited 25I 21212(a) Person under 18 operating or riding as passenger 25 on a bicycle, nonmotorized scooter or riding a skateboard or wearing in-line or roller skates without a bicycle helmet First offense may be dismissed if defendant testifies under oath that it is the first offense I 21221.5 Operating a motor scooter while under the 70 influence I 21226(b) – (d) Motorized scooter operation requirements 35 I 21235(d) Operating a motor scooter without a license 35 I 21281.5 Operation of an electric personal assistive mobility 35 device (EPAMD)*I 21367(b), (c) Failure to obey traffic control or traffic control 35 devices at construction site*I 21451(a), (b) “Green” signal (vehicular) 35*I 21453(a) “Red” circular signal (vehicle) 100*I 21453(b) “Red” circular signal (vehicle) 35*I 21453(c) “Red” arrow signal (vehicle) 100*I 21454(c) Lane use control signal (red) 100*I 21454(d) Lane use control signal (yellow) 35*I 21455 Traffic control signal at other than intersection 35*I 21457(a) Flashing red (stop signal) - vehicle 100*I 21457(b) Flashing yellow (caution signal) - vehicle 35*I 21460(a), (b) Improper turns over double line prohibited 35 (vehicle) I 21460(a), (b) Improper turns over double line prohibited - 25 bicycle per VC21200(a)*I 21460.5(c) Improper turn (two-way left turn lane) 35*I 21461(a) Disobedience to traffic control device (vehicle) 35I 21461(a) Disobedience to traffic control device - bicycle per 25 VC21200(a)*I 21462 Disobedience to traffic control signals (vehicle) 35 FOR MISDEMEANOR OR INFRACTION CHARGES NOT LISTED, SEE END OF RESPECTIVE CODE SECTION 29
  • 122. VEHICLE CODE cont’dI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC I 21462 Disobedience to traffic control signals (pedestrian) 25 I 21466 Unlawful display of light 25 *I 21466.5 Light impairing driver’s vision 25 *I 21650 Failure to drive on right half of roadway 35 *I 21651(a) Driving over, upon, or across divided section 35*M 21651(b) Driving the wrong way on a divided highway 80*M 21651(c) Driving the wrong way on a divided highway which 1,500 causes injury or death.*I 21652 Improperly entering highway from service road 35*I 21654(a) Slow moving vehicles keep to right edge of 35 roadway*I 21655(b) Failure to use designated lanes 35*I 21655.5(b) Improper use of preferential lanes 100 • 2nd offense 150 • 3rd offense 250 (within 1 year - reference VC42001.11)*I 21655.8(a) Driving over double lines when entering or exiting 100 preferential lanes • 2nd offense 150 • 3rd offense 250 (within 1 year - reference VC42001.11)*I 21656 Failure of slow-moving vehicles to turn out 35*I 21657 Driving against designated traffic direction 35*I 21658(a), (b) Unsafe lane change or straddling 35*I 21659 Unsafe driving on three lane highway 35*I 21660 Passing approaching vehicles unsafely 35*I 21661 Narrow roadways, failure to yield to ascending 35 vehicle*I 21662(a), (b) Mountain driving 35*I 21663 Driving on sidewalk prohibited 35*I 21664 Failure to use designated freeway on/off ramp 35*I 21700 Obstruction of driver’s view or control 35I 21700.5 Operation of bus with school pupils standing 20 prohibited in the City of San Diego*I 21703 Following too closely 35*I 21704(a) Trucks and trailers following too closely 35*I 21705 Caravans following too closely 35*I 21706 Following emergency vehicles too closely 35I 21706.5(b) Operation of a vehicle in unsafe manner in an 70 emergency incident zone*I 21706.5(b) Operation of a vehicle in unsafe manner in an 105 emergency incident zone*I 21707 Driving within 300 feet of fire areas prohibited 35*I 21708 Running over unprotected chemical or fire hose 35 prohibited*I 21709 Driving through or within a safety zone prohibited 35*I 21710 Coasting in neutral on downgrade prohibited 35*I 21711 Whipping or swerving towed vehicle prohibited 35 SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO 2010 MISDEMEANOR AND INFRACTION BAIL SCHEDULE 30
  • 123. VEHICLE CODE cont’dI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC *I 21712(a) Allowing riding on portion of vehicle not designed 35 for passenger use prohibitedI 21712(b) Unlawful riding on vehicle 35*I 21712(c) Driver permitting riding in trunk of vehicle 100*I 21712(d) Riding in trunk of vehicle 100*I 21712(g) Towing trailer coach, camp trailer or trailer 35 carrying vessel that contains passenger*I 21712(h) Driving while towing person riding on motorcycle, 35 motorized bicycle, bicycle, coaster, roller skates, sled skis or toy vehicle*I 21715(a), (b) Passenger vehicle combination: number and 35 weight limitsI 21720 Unlawful operation of pocket bike 35*I 21750 Overtaking and passing unsafely 35*I 21751 Passing without sufficient clearance 35*I 21752(a), (b), (d) Driving left of center - limited view of bridge or 35 railroad crossing*I 21752(c) Driving left of center - within 100 feet or when 100 traversing bridge or railroad crossing (reference VC42001.16)*I 21753 Failure to give right-of-way to overtaking vehicle 35*I 21754 Improper passing on right 35*I 21755 Unsafe passing on right shoulder 35*I 21758 Unsafe passing on grades 35*I 21800(a)-(c) Violation of right-of-way/uncontrolled intersection 35*I 21800(d)(1), (2) Violation of right-of-way/controlled intersection 35 with inoperative control signals*I 21801(a), (b) Violation of right-of-way (left turn) 35*I 21802(a), (b) Violation of right-of-way (entering through 35 highway)*I 21803(a), (b) Violation of “Yield” sign 35*I 21804(a), (b) Entering highway from alley or driveway 35I 21805(c) Violation of right-of-way by horseback rider 25*I 21806(a)(1), Failure to yield to emergency vehicle 100 (a)(2), (b) • 2nd offense 150 • 3rd offense 250 (reference VC42001.12) I 21806(c) Failure to yield to emergency vehicle (pedestrian) 100 I 21809(a) Failure to slow down or change lane when 35 approaching and passing stationary emergency vehicle or tow truck displaying specific lights*I 21809(a) Failure to slow down or change lane when 70 approaching and passing stationary emergency vehicle or tow truck displaying specific lights I 21951 Passing a vehicle stopped for a pedestrian 100 • 2nd offense within one year 200 • 3rd offense within one year 250 (reference VC42001.17) I 21957 Soliciting ride (hitchhiking) prohibited 25 FOR MISDEMEANOR OR INFRACTION CHARGES NOT LISTED, SEE END OF RESPECTIVE CODE SECTION 31
  • 124. VEHICLE CODE cont’dI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC I 21959 Skiing or tobogganing across roadway prohibited 25 M 21963 Failure to yield right-of-way to blind pedestrian 500 I 21964 Other than blind person carrying white cane 25 I 21968 Motorized skateboard prohibited 25 I 21971 Not yielding to pedestrian causing bodily injury 220 • 2nd offense within one year 320 • 3rd offense within one year 370 (reference VC42001.18)*I 22100(a), (b) Turn at intersection from improper position 35*I 22100.5 U-turn at controlled intersection 35*I 22101(d) Violating special traffic control markers 35*I 22102 Illegal U-turn in business district 35*I 22103 Illegal U-turn in residential district 35*I 22104 Illegal U-turn near fire station 35*I 22105 Illegal U-turn, vision obstructed within 200 feet 35*I 22106 Unsafe starting or backing 35*I 22107 Unsafe turn or lane change prohibited 35*I 22108 Signal before turning or changing lanes 35*I 22109 Stopping suddenly without signaling 35*I 22110(a), (b) Hand/lamp signal not given 35*I 22348(a) Violation of maximum speed limit SC Refer to Speed Chart (SC) on page 47*I 22348(b) Driving in excess of 100 miles per hour 300 • 2nd conviction within 3 years 750 • 3rd conviction within 5 years of 2 or more 1,000 priors*I 22348(c) Failure of vehicles subject to VC22406 to use 35 designated lanes*I 22349(a) Violation of maximum speed limit (65 mph) SC Refer to Speed Chart (SC) on page 47 Note: juveniles, except out of state*I 22349(b) Violation of maximum speed limit (55 mph) SC Refer to Speed Chart (SC) on page 47*I 22350 Violation of basic speed law SC Refer to Speed Chart (SC) on page 47 Note: juveniles, except out of state*I 22351(a),(b) Violation of prima facie limits SC Refer to Speed Chart (SC) on page 47*I 22352(a)(1)(A-C) Violation of prima facie limits, in excess of 15 mph SC at railroad crossing, freeway intersection or alley Refer to Speed Chart (SC) on page 47*I 22352(a)(2)(A-C) Violation of prima facie limits, in excess of 25 mph SC in business district, school or senior center Refer to Speed Chart (SC) on page 47*I 22356(b) Violation of 70 mph speed limit SC Refer to Speed Chart (SC) on page 47*I 22400(a), (b) Minimum speed law (impeding traffic flow) 35*I 22405(a) Unsafe speed on bridge, tube, or tunnel SC Refer to Speed Chart (SC) on page 47 SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO 2010 MISDEMEANOR AND INFRACTION BAIL SCHEDULE 32
  • 125. VEHICLE CODE cont’dI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC *I 22406(a)-(f) Maximum speed for designated vehicles per 100 VC42000.5 • In excess of speed limit by 10 mph or more 200*M 22406.1 Maximum speed for commercial vehicles - in 300 excess of speed limit by 15 mph or more*I 22406.5 Driving tank vehicle at excessive speed 500*I 22407 Posted speed for designated vehicles 50 • In excess of speed limit by 10 mph or more 100*I 22409 Speed limit for solid tire vehicle SC Refer to Speed Chart (SC) on page 47*I 22410 Speed limit for metal tire vehicles 35*I 22450 Failure to stop at stop sign 35I 22450(a) Failure to stop at stop sign – bicycle per 25 VC21200(a) I 22450(b) Failure to stop at stop sign at railroad grade 100 crossing (reference VC42001.15(a)(1)*I 22451(a), (b) Failure to stop for train signals/closed gates 100 (reference VC42001.16)*I 22452(b) Failure to stop at railroad crossings (certain 100 vehicles) (reference VC42001.16) I 22452(c) Failure of commercial vehicle to stop at RR 100 crossing*I 22454(a) Failure to stop for flashing school bus signals 150 • Subsequent offense 500 (reference VC22454.5) I 22456(d) Failure to equip ice cream truck with required 25 warning sign*I 22456(e)(1-3) Vending from an ice cream truck under prohibited 35 conditionsM 22513(b) Tow truck stopping/parking unsolicited on the 100 freeway at the scene of an accidentI 22520.5(a) Vending on freeway right-of-way prohibited 35M • Subsequent offense (misdemeanor) 50 (reference VC22520.5(c))I 22520.6(a) Unauthorized activities at roadside area 35M • Subsequent offense (misdemeanor) 50 (reference VC22520.6(b)) I 22523(a), (b) Vehicle abandonment prohibited 100 I 22526(a), (b) Blocking intersection (gridlock) prohibited 50 I 22526(c) Blocking railroad crossing (gridlock) prohibited 100 (reference VC42001.16(a)(1) I 22651.7(b) Immobilization of vehicle by unauthorized person 35 I 22658(e)(2) Property owner, owner’s agent or lessee causing 1,000 unlawful removal of vehicle parked on property as permittedM 22658(g) Failure of tow company or driver on request by 250 owner to release vehicle not yet in transit FOR MISDEMEANOR OR INFRACTION CHARGES NOT LISTED, SEE END OF RESPECTIVE CODE SECTION 33
  • 126. VEHICLE CODE cont’dI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC M 22658(i)(l)(B) Failure to make rate approved by CHP available 1,000 for inspection with 24 hrs of requestM 22658(j)(2) Charging excessive rate for towing service or 1,000 storageM 22658(k)(1,2) Refusal of credit card by storage facility for 1,000 payment of charges for towed vehicleM 22658(l) Violation by tow company of requirements for 1,000 removal of vehicle from private propertyM 22658(m) Failure of tow company to provide notice of 250 removal of vehicle as required*M 23103(a), (b) Reckless driving 1,000*M 23104(a) Reckless driving, bodily injury 10,000*M 23105 Reckless driving with specified injuries 20,000*M 23109(a) Speed contest 10,000*M 23109(b) Aiding and abetting speed contest 1,000 *I 23109(c) Exhibition of speed 250*M 23109(c) Exhibition of speed 250*M 23109(d) Placing barricades or obstructions prohibited 100 M 23109(e)(2) Speed contest causing bodily injury 20,000 • 2nd offense 25,000*M 23109.1 Engaging in speed contest – specific injury 20,000 I 23111 Throwing lighted substance on highway 100 • 2nd offense 500 • 3rd offense 750 (reference VC42001.7) I 23112(a), (b) Littering on highway 100 • 2nd offense 500 • 3rd offense 750 (reference VC42001.7)M 23112.5(a) Hazardous materials (notification of agency 4,000 required) I 23113(a) Failure to remove material from highway 100 • 2nd offense 500 • 3rd offense 750 (reference VC42001.7) I 23114(a) Spilling load other than water and feathers from 100 live birdsM • Subsequent offense (misdemeanor) 500 (within 2 years – reference VC40000.16) I 23114(b) Aggregate material, failure to comply with 100 equipment regulationsM • Subsequent offense (misdemeanor) 500 (within 2 years - reference VC40000.16)I 23114(e) Aggregate material, failure to cover load 100M • Subsequent offense (misdemeanor) 500 (within 2 years - reference VC40000.16)I 23115(a) Rubbish vehicles to cover load 100M 23118(f)(4) Release of impounded vehicle by legal owner or 5,000 agent prior to end of impound period SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO 2010 MISDEMEANOR AND INFRACTION BAIL SCHEDULE 34
  • 127. VEHICLE CODE cont’dI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC I 23117(a) Transport of animals without restraints 50 • 2nd offense 75 • 3rd offense 100 (reference VC42001.4) I 23120 Side vision obstructed by temple width of glasses 25 I 23123(a) Use of a non-hands-free listening and talking 20 wireless telephone while driving • Subsequent offense 50 I 23123.5(a) Write, send, read a text-based communication 20 while driving • Subsequent offense 50 I 23125(a) Driving school bus or transit vehicle while using a 35 wireless phoneM 23127 Motor vehicle on riding/hiking trails prohibited 50I 23129 Unobstructed camper exit required 25I 23135 Operation of modified motorized bicycle 50I 23136 Minor (under 21) driving with blood alcohol level of 70 .01 or greater I 23140(a) Person under 21 years of age driving with blood 250 alcohol level of .05 or greater Anyone over 18 must be ordered by the court to take the education only component of a DUI class per VC23502(a)*M 23152(a) Driving under the influence of alcohol and/or 2,500 drugs • 2nd offense 10,000 • 3rd offense 15,000*M 23152(b) Driving with blood alcohol level of .08 or higher 2,500 • 2nd offense 10,000 • 3rd offense 15,000*M 23152(c) Driving while addicted to drug 1,600*M 23152(d) Driving commercial vehicle under influence of 1,600 alcohol*M 23153(a-b), (d) DUI, alcohol or drugs, causing injury 20,000 per PC17(b)(4) I 23154(a) Driving with blood alcohol level > .01 while on 70 probation for violation of VC 23152 or VC 23153*I 23220(a) Drinking alcoholic beverage while driving 70 prohibited*I 23221(a) Drinking alcoholic beverage by driver prohibited 70*I 23221(b) Drinking alcoholic beverage by passenger 70 prohibited *I 23222(a) Possession of open container by driver prohibited 70*M 23222(b) Possession of marijuana by driver 100 *I 23223(a) Possession of open container by driver prohibited 70 I 23223(b) Possession of open container by passenger 70 prohibited*M 23224(a) Possession of alcohol by minor driver prohibited 100*M 23224(b) Possession of alcohol by minor passenger 100 prohibited FOR MISDEMEANOR OR INFRACTION CHARGES NOT LISTED, SEE END OF RESPECTIVE CODE SECTION 35
  • 128. VEHICLE CODE cont’dI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC *I 23225(a)(1) Storage of open container restricted 70 *I 23226(a) Storage by driver of open container in passenger 70 compartment prohibited*I 23226(b) Storage by passenger of open container in 70 passenger compartment prohibitedM 23247(a) Ignition Interlock Device – unlawful to rent, lease, 1,000 or lend motor vehicleM 23247(b) Ignition Interlock Device – unlawful to solicit 1,000 person to start motor vehicleM 23247(c) Ignition Interlock Device – unlawful to activate 1,000 motor vehicle for driverM 23247(d) Ignition Interlock Device – unlawful to tamper with 1,000 or circumvent operation of deviceM 23247(e) Ignition Interlock Device – unlawful operation of 1,000 vehicle not equipped with functioning deviceM 23253 Obedience to officers on vehicle crossings 80I 23331 Pedestrians prohibited on bridge 25M 23332 Trespass on vehicular crossing prohibited 60I 23336 Failure to obey posted signs on vehicle crossings 35I 24002(a) Unlawful to operate unsafe vehicle (safety hazard 35 pursuant to VC40610(b))I 24002(b) Unlawful to operate vehicle not properly equipped 35M 24002.5(a) Unlawful operation of a farm labor vehicle 1,000I 24003 Vehicle with unauthorized lamps 25I 24008 Lowering of vehicle 25I 24008.5(a) Maximum frame height defined 25I 24010 Rental vehicle not in compliance 35I 24012 Lighting equipment requirements and 25 specifications I 24013 Seller to inform buyer of minimum octane rating 25 I 24015(b) Motorized bicycle: mirror and muffler 35 I 24252(a)-(c) Maintenance of lamps and devices required 25 I 24253(a) Battery required – lighting equipment (vehicle) 25 I 24253(b) Battery required – lighting equipment (motorcycle) 25 I 24400 Location and number of lighted headlamps 25 I 24401 Dimmed lights on parked vehicles 25 I 24402(a), (b) Auxiliary driving and passing lamps 35 I 24403(a)-(c) Fog lamps, restrictions 25 I 24404(a), (b) Spotlamps (number and wattage specified) 25 I 24404(c),(e) Spotlamps (direction defined) 25 I 24405(a) Forward lamps, not to exceed four lighted 25 I 24406 Use of multiple beams restricted 25 I 24407(a) High beams adjustment specified 25 I 24407(b) Low beams adjustment specified 25 I 24408(a), (b) High/Low beam indicator required 25 I 24410(a) Single beams – adjustment/intensity specifications 25 I 24411 Covering auxiliary lamps required 25 I 24600(a)-(f) Tail lamp requirements and specifications 25 I 24601 Rear license plate lamp required 25 SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO 2010 MISDEMEANOR AND INFRACTION BAIL SCHEDULE 36
  • 129. VEHICLE CODE cont’dI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC I 24602(a), (b) Fog tail lamp requirements and specifications 25 I 24603(a)-(h) Stop lamp requirements and specifications 25 I 24604 Rear lamp or flag on projecting load 25 I 24605(a) Tow car and towed vehicles – lights required 25 I 24605(b) Tow car and towed vehicles – lights required 25 I 24606(a,b,d) Backup lamp – requirements and specifications 25 I 24606(c) Backup lamps – not to be lighted 25 I 24607(a)-(d) Reflectors required on rear of vehicle 25 I 24608(a)-(d) Restrictions on front, side and rear reflectors 25 I 24609(a),(b) Reflectors – requirements and specifications 25 I 24610 Truck reflector requirements and specifications 25 I 24615 Slow-moving vehicles – emblem required 25 I 24950 Signal device required – towing trailer 25 I 24951(b)(1) – Turning signal device requirements 25 (b)(4),(c) I 24952 Visibility requirement of signals 25 I 24953(a)-(d) Turn signal lamp requirements 25 I 25100(a)- Clearance and side marker lamps required 25 (c),(e),(f) I 25102 Restrictions on side lamps 25 I 25102.5(a) Lamps on sides of school buses – specifications 25 I 25103(a), (b) Lamps during darkness on load projecting to side 25 I 25104 Red flag or cloth on overwidth vehicle 25 I 25105(a)-(c) Courtesy lamp restrictions 25 I 25106(a), (b) Side, cowl, or fender flaps – lamp specifications 25 I 25107 Cornering lamps on fenders 25 I 25108(a), (b) Pilot indicator specifications 25 I 25109 Running lamps 25 I 25250 Flashing lights 25 I 25251(b) Turn signals flashed as warning when vehicle 25 disabled I 25251.2 Motorcycle modulating headlamp prohibited 25 during darkness I 25252 Emergency vehicle – red lamp required 25 I 25253(a) Warning lamps on tow trucks required 25 I 25253(c) Improper display of warning lights by tow truck 35 I 25257(a) Flashing red signal system required on school bus 25 I 25257(b)(1) School bus manufactured after 9-1-92 required to 25 be equipped with stop signal arm I 25257(b)(2) School bus manufactured after 7-1-93 required to 25 be equipped with flashing amber light system I 25262 Use of red light on armored car restricted 25 I 25268 Use of flashing amber warning lights prohibited 25 I 25269 Use of red warning light 25 I 25270 Failure to cover amber warning lights 25 I 25276(a) Improper use of warning lamps on vehicle for 25 transportation of handicapped prohibited I 25300(a) Warning device on disabled vehicles 25 I 25300(b,c,e) Warning device on disabled vehicles 25 FOR MISDEMEANOR OR INFRACTION CHARGES NOT LISTED, SEE END OF RESPECTIVE CODE SECTION 37
  • 130. VEHICLE CODE cont’dI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC I 25301(a), (b) Utility vehicles – display of warning devices 25 I 25305(a), (b) Lighted fusee on highway 25 I 25350 No glaring identification terminal lights, buses 25 I 25351(a)-(d) Identification lights on commercial vehicle 25 I 25353 Violation of provisions for transit bus illuminated 25 signs I 25400(a)-(d) Specifications for use of diffused light 25 I 25401 Diffused light, resembling signs 25 I 25452 Glaring acetylene lamps prohibited 25 I 25500(a) Use of reflectorizing material 25 I 25650 Headlamps required on motorcycles 25 I 25650.5 Headlamps equipment on motorcycles (post 25 1978) I 25651(a), (c) Headlamps on motor-driven cycles 25 I 25803(a), (b) Lamp reflector requirements – certain vehicles 25 I 25803(c) Lamp reflector requirements – load in excess of 25 100” outside width I 25805 Lamps on forklift trucks required 25 I 25950(a), (b) Color of lights visible to front & rear 25 I 25951 Over 300 candlepower lamp restrictions 25 I 25952(a), (b) Lamps reflectors on loads 25 I 26100 Sale or use unapproved vehicle equipment 25 I 26101 Sale/use of equipment intended to modify vehicle 25 I 26301 Power brakes – vehicle over 14,000 pounds 25 I 26301.5 Passenger vehicles manufactured after 1-1-73, 25 emergency brake system I 26302(a)-(d) Brakes – trailer requirements specified 25 I 26303 Brakes on trailer coaches 25 I 26304(a), (b) Breakaway device required on certain vehicles 25 I 26307 Brakes on forklift truck 25 I 26311(a) Brakes on all wheels 25 I 26311(b) Brake system for adverse weather specified 25 I 26450 Required brake system 25 I 26451(a)-(c) Parking brake system 25 I 26452 Adequate brakes after engine failure required 25 I 26453 Condition of brakes to be maintained 25 I 26454(a), (b) Stopping distance requirements 25 I 26457 Stopping ability of certain vehicles specified 25 I 26458(a) Braking system required for certain 25 vehicles/combinations I 26502(a) Airbrake requirements specified 25 I 26503 Airbrake safety valve to be maintained in good 25 condition I 26505 Pressure gauge required 25 I 26506(a) Air pressure warning device required 25 I 26507 Check valve required 25 I 26508(a),(b), Compressed air brake system requirements 25 (e)-(k),(o) specified SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO 2010 MISDEMEANOR AND INFRACTION BAIL SCHEDULE 38
  • 131. VEHICLE CODE cont’dI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC I 26520 Vacuum gauge 25 I 26521 Warning device 25 I 26522 Check valve 25 I 26700(a) Windshields required 25 I 26701(a)-(e) Safety glazing material requirements specified 25 I 26703(a), (b) Replace glass with safety glass only 25 I 26705 Motorcycle windshields – safety glazing 25 I 26706(a), (b) Windshield wiper requirements 25 I 26707 Windshield wipers, maintain good condition 25 I 26708(a)(1) Stickers, objects obstructing view (tinted windows) 25 I 26708.5(a) Obstructing windshield or windows 25 I 26709(a) Rearview mirrors required 25 I 26709(b) Two side rearview mirrors required on certain 25 vehicle I 26710 Defective windshield/rear window glass with 25 correction required within 48 hours of citation I 26712 Adequate defroster required on “for-hire” vehicles 25 I 27000(a) Horn – equipment and regulation 25 I 27000(b) Backing alarm required on refuse or garbage 150 trucks • 2nd offense 200 • 3rd offense 250 (reference VC42001.20(a)I 27150(a), (b) Adequate muffler required (reference VC27150.2) 25M 27150.1 Sale of exhaust system restricted 50I 27150.3(a) Modify exhaust system of motor vehicle with 250 whistle-tip I 27150.3(b) Operation of an exhaust system with a whistle-tip 250 I 27150.3(c) Engage in the business of installing a whistle-tip 1,000 onto a motor vehicle exhaust systemM 27150.5 Relating to sale of non-complying exhaust system 50I 27151(a) Modification to exhaust system (reference 25 VC27150.7) I 27152 Exhaust directed to side 25 I 27153 Excessive exhaust 25 I 27153.5(a) Motor vehicle exhaust standards: motor vehicle 250 sold or registered as new after 1-1-71 • Subsequent offense 500 I 27153.5(b) Motor vehicle exhaust standards: motor vehicle 250 sold or registered prior to 1-1-71 • Subsequent offense 500 I 27154 Cab and exhaust system 25 I 27155 Improper fuel tank caps 25 I 27156(a,b,c,f) Air pollution control device required 100 • Subsequent offense 250 (reference VC42001.14) I 27158 Certificate of compliance required 25 I 27158.5 Pollutant emission (1955 – 1965 models) 25 certificate required FOR MISDEMEANOR OR INFRACTION CHARGES NOT LISTED, SEE END OF RESPECTIVE CODE SECTION 39
  • 132. VEHICLE CODE cont’dI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC I 27200(d), (e) No person shall sell or offer for sale a motor 25 vehicle not in compliance with noise standards I 27305 Safety belts required on fire fighting vehicles 25 I 27315(d), (e) Mandatory use of seatbelts 25 • Subsequent offense 50 I 27315(f) Owner to maintain safety belts in working 20 condition • Subsequent offense 50 (reference VC27315(h)) I 27360(a), (b) Child seat violations – mandatory use of child 100 passenger restraints • Subsequent offense 250 (reference VC27360(d)(2)) I 27360.5(a), (b) Child restraint – child 6 years of age but less than 100 16 years of age or who is less than 6 years of age and weighs 60 pounds or more • Subsequent offense 250 (reference VC27360.5(c)(2))M 27362(a) Retailer selling non-approved child seat restraints 200 • Subsequent offense 400 I 27365(a)1 Rental car agencies required to inform customers 100 of child restraint requirements I 27365(b) Car rental agencies to provide child passenger 100 restraint system. I 27400 Headsets and ear plugs over both ears prohibited 25 I 27400 Headsets and ear plugs over both ears (bicycle) 25 I 27454 Blocks or cleats on tires 25 I 27459 Tire chains or snow-tread tires 25 I 27459.5(a), (b) Sale/replacement of non-compliant tire traction 25 device I 27460 Four-wheel drive vehicles with snow tread tires 25 allowed; chains to be carried I 27460.5 Sale of recut or regrooved tires prohibited 25 I 27461 Use of recut or regrooved tires prohibited 25 I 27465(a) Inadequate tire tread – sale prohibited 25 I 27465(b) Inadequate tire tread – use on highway prohibited 25 I 27501(a) Selling, installing, use – tires not conforming to 50 Federal Highway AdministrationI 27501(b) Operating with non-conforming pneumatic tires 25M 27573(i) Willful failure to install IID within required 30 days 500I 27600 Mudguards including flaps required 25I 27800 Equipment for motorcycle passenger 25I 27801(a), (b) Required position of equipment 25I 27803(b), (c) Helmets required motorcycle/motor-driven cycle 25I 27900(a), (b) Identification required, commercial vehicles 25I 27901 Name and trademark visibility required on for-hire 25 vehicles I 27903 Placards indicating type of cargo required 25 SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO 2010 MISDEMEANOR AND INFRACTION BAIL SCHEDULE 40
  • 133. VEHICLE CODE cont’dI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC I 27904 Pilot cars required to display company name on 25 both sides of vehicle I 27909 Visible signs required on vehicle transporting 25 liquefied petroleum or natural gasM 28050 Selling or installing odometer alteration device 1,000M 28050.5 Fraudulent operation of defective odometer 1,000M 28051 Unlawful to disconnect or reset odometer 1,000M 28051.5 Advertising, sale or use of device designed to 1,000 reset odometer I 28053(b), (c) Repairing of odometers - failure to adjust or affix 50 notice/remove or alter notice I 28071 Bumper requirements on passenger vehicle 25 I 28080(a) Audible/visible camper signaling device required 25 I 28080(b) Operating camper without signaling device 25 I 28103 Pilot cars required to have equipment in working 25 order I 29001 Fifth wheel connecting device required 25 I 29002 Fifth wheel locking device required 25 I 29003(a)-(c) Drawbar hitch or coupling secure 25 I 29004(a)-(c) Safety chain secured for towing 25 I 29005 Drawbar length 25 I 29006(a) Coupling of tow vehicles defined 25 I 29200(c) Violation of regulations governing transportation of 25 logs and polesM 31303(b-e) Violating requirements for transportation of 1,000 hazardous waste I 31400(a)-(c) Equipment required on trucks transporting 25 workmenM 31401(b) Driving farm labor vehicle without certificate 500I 31401(d) Farm labor buses and trucks - violation of 50 regulationsM 31402(a) Operation of unsafe farm labor vehicle prohibited 1,000M 31403 Operation of farm labor vehicle when unsafe 500I 31540(b) Regulations governing removable freight van, etc. 25M 31602(a)-(c) Regulations on transportation of explosives 5,000M 31607(a) Inspection required of vehicles transporting 5,000 explosivesM 31609 Record of inspection required 1,000M 31610 (a)-(e) Required equipment and maintenance 1,000M 31611 Proper maps of route of vehicle required 1,000M 31612 Carry and display shipping instructions 1,000M 31613 Prohibited cargoes 1,000M 31614(a), (b), (g) Transport explosives through local route; 1,000 congested areas;vehicle left unattendedM 31614(c),(d), (e), Loading explosives without motor stopped, 5,000 (f), (h), (i) transporting exposed or projecting explosives, etc.M 32000.5(a) License required to transport hazardous material 5,000M 32000.5(d) Fireworks transportation - failure to carry license 1,000 or present as required FOR MISDEMEANOR OR INFRACTION CHARGES NOT LISTED, SEE END OF RESPECTIVE CODE SECTION 41
  • 134. VEHICLE CODE cont’dI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC M 32001(c) Hazardous material - motor carrier directing 5,000 transportation unlawfullyM 32002(a) Violation of Division 14.1 regulations 2,000M 32002(b) Unlicensed transportation of hazardous materials 5,000M 34506(a) Failure to comply with hours of service of drivers 1,000M 34506(b) Failure to comply with hazardous material 5,000 transportationM 34506(c) Failure to comply with specified regulation of 200 school busesM 34506(d) Failure to comply with specified regulation of 200 youth busesM 34506(e) Failure to comply with tour bus equipment, 200 maintenance or operationM 34506(f) Failure to comply with specified regulation of 200 described vehiclesM 34506(g) Failure to comply with specified regulation of 200 school pupil activity buses I 34506.3 Failure to comply with rules and regulations • Driving logs 150 • Other safety/maintenance items 25 I 34507 Display of carrier identification number required 25 I 34507.5(a), (b) Carrier identification number 25 I 34510(a), (b) Display of shipping papers on demand required 25 I 34517(a) Commercial zone: vehicles from other countries 1,000 I 34518(a) Violation of foreign motor carrier and private 1,000 foreign motor carrier registration and operation requirements and limitations I 34518(b)(1-3) Violation of motor carrier registration and 1,000 operation requirements I 35100(a) Vehicle or load exceeding limited width 25 I 35109 Projection limits on lights or devices 35 I 35110 Projection limits on equipment 35 I 35111 Load limits on passenger vehicles 35 I 35250 Height limits of vehicle/load 25 I 35251(a) Hydraulic boom/mast must be secured in transit 25 I 35400(a) Overlength - single vehicle specifications 25 I 35401(a) Overlength - vehicle combination specifications 25 I 35406(a), (b) Front projections defined 25 I 35410 Rear projections defined 25 I 35550(a)-(c) Axle weight limit, less than 4,501 pounds OWC Refer to Overweight Chart (OWC) on page 48M 35550(a) Axle weight limit, more than 4,500 pounds OWC Refer to Overweight Chart (OWC) on page 48 I 35551(a), (b) Axle weight limit, less than 4,501 pounds OWC Refer to Overweight Chart (OWC) on page 48M 35551(a), (b) Ratio of gross weight to length, 4,501 pounds OWC and above Refer to Overweight Chart (OWC) on page 48 SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO 2010 MISDEMEANOR AND INFRACTION BAIL SCHEDULE 42
  • 135. VEHICLE CODE cont’dI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC I 35551.5(b)-(d) Alternative method of computation of allowable OWC gross weight. Note: per VC40000.23 violation is an infraction when amount of excess weight is less than 4,501 pounds Refer to Overweight Chart (OWC) on page 48M 35551.5(b)-(d) Alternative method of computation of allowable OWC gross weight. Note: per VC40000.23 violation is a misdemeanor when amount of excess weight is more than 4,500 pounds Refer to Overweight Chart (OWC) on page 48M 35554 Weight on any one axle of a bus not to exceed OWC 20,500 pounds Refer to Overweight Chart (OWC) on page 48 I 35600 Noncompliance with solid tire gross weight OWC limitation standards by less than 4,501 pounds. Note: per VC40000.23 violation is an infraction when amount of excess weight is less than 4,501 pounds Refer to Overweight Chart (OWC) on page 48M 35600 Noncompliance with solid tire gross weight OWC limitation standards 4,501 pounds and above. Note: per VC40000.23 violation is a misdemeanor when amount of excess weight is more than 4,500 pounds Refer to Overweight Chart (OWC) on page 48 I 35601 Noncompliance with metal tire gross weight OWC limitation standards by less than 4,501 pounds. Note: per VC40000.23 violation is an infraction when amount of excess weight is less than 4,501 pounds Refer to Overweight Chart (OWC) on page 48M 35601 Noncompliance with metal tire gross weight OWC limitation standards 4,501 pounds and above. Note: per VC40000.23 violation is a misdemeanor when amount of excess weight is more than 4,500 pounds Refer to Overweight Chart (OWC) on page 48 I 35655(a) Operation of vehicle on highway containing load OWC exceeding maximum weight highway is designed to sustain by less than 4,501 pounds. See VC40000.23 Refer to Overweight Chart (OWC) on page 48M 35655(a) Operation of vehicle on highway containing load OWC exceeding maximum weight highway is designed to sustain by 4,501 pounds and above. See VC40000.23. Refer to Overweight Chart (OWC) on page 48 FOR MISDEMEANOR OR INFRACTION CHARGES NOT LISTED, SEE END OF RESPECTIVE CODE SECTION 43
  • 136. VEHICLE CODE cont’dI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC I 35753(a) Operation of vehicle over bridge, etc. containing OWC load exceeding the maximum weight the structure will safely sustain by less than 4,501 pounds. See VC40000.23 Refer to Overweight Chart (OWC) on page 48M 35753(a) Operation of vehicle over bridge, etc. containing OWC load exceeding the maximum weight the structure will safely sustain by 4,501 pounds and above. See VC40000.237 Refer to Overweight Chart (OWC) on page 48 I 35783 Possession of permit required 35 I 35783.5 Warning signs must be removed or covered when 25 operating without a loadM 35784(a) Violation of terms of special permit 100M 35784(c) Extra legal load, not on prescribed route 500M 35789 Building mover to notify RR 200M 35790(h) Violating terms of permit 100I 35790.1(a)-(o) Overwidth manufactured home: requirements for 25 movement on highway I 38010(a) ID plate on off-highway vehicles 25 I 38020 Registration required for off-highway vehicle/riding 50 in violation of season prohibited I 38060(a) Off-highway vehicle - notification of change of 25 address I 38060(b) Change of address - owner to change on 25 certificate I 38085(a) Identification certificate to be kept with vehicle 25 I 38090 ID certificate or plates stolen, lost, mutilated, 25 illegible, owner immediately apply for duplicate I 38170(a) Display of ID plate required 50 I 38170(b) ID plate to be securely fastened and visible 25 I 38205(a) Transfer of ownership, transferee notify DMV 25 within 10 days (off-highway vehicle) I 38300 Failure to obey any sign, signal, or traffic control 50 device I 38301 Violation of special regulations (off-highway 50 vehicle) • 2nd offense 75 • Subsequent offense 150 I 38301.3 Motor vehicle prohibited in designated wilderness 150 areas • 2nd offense 225M • 3rd offense 300I 38302 Unlawful to erect any sign, signal, or traffic control 50 device unless authorized by law I 38304.1 Allow child under 14 to operate off-highway 35 vehicle • 2nd offense 50 • 3rd offense 70 SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO 2010 MISDEMEANOR AND INFRACTION BAIL SCHEDULE 44
  • 137. VEHICLE CODE cont’dI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC I 38312 No unsafe movement (off-highway vehicle) from 25 standing or parked position I 38314 No unsafe movement from direct course (right or 25 left)M 38317 Reckless driving causing bodily injury (off-highway 300 vehicle)M 38318(a) Throwing substance at off-highway motor vehicle 300 or occupant I 38330 Operating vehicle in unsafe condition 25 I 38335 Equipped with white headlamp 25 I 38345 Equipped with red taillamp 25 I 38365(a) Mufflers on off-highway vehicles 25 I 38370(d), (e) Sale of new off-highway vehicles not in 50 compliance with noise standards I 38390 Illegal to operate an off-highway vehicle without 50 emission control equipment I 38391 Illegal to offer, or sell, off-highway vehicles without 50 emission control equipment I 38393 Operating vehicle after notice that vehicle is not 100 equipped with proper pollution control device (proof required) I 38504.1 All-terrain vehicle operating violations – parent 125 allowing child under 14 years of age to operate all-terain vehicle I 38505 Operation of all-terrain vehicle without safety 25 helmet prohibited I 39002(b) Altering bicycle serial numbers 25 I 39006(a) Retailer furnish purchaser bicycle information 25 I 39007 Serial number to be stamped on bicycle 25 I 39008(a) Notify license agency disposition of bike if sold 25 I 39009(a) Notify change of address to licensing agency 25 I 40001(a), (b) Owner’s responsibility • Bail should be in accordance with the bail on the underlying offenseM 40005 Owner failure to dispose of driver’s citation 200M 40504(b) False signature given on written notice 250I 40508(a) Failure to appear 35M 40508(a) Failure to appear 100 • With one prior 120 • With two or more priors 180I 40508(b) Failure to pay fine in installments 35M 40508(b) Failure to pay fine in installments 120M 40508(c) Failure to comply with a court order 120M 40519(c) Written plea of not guilty, FTA for trial 25M 40614 Use of fictitious name 300M 40616 Violation of promise to correct 100M 42005(g) Failure to attend court ordered traffic violator 100 school FOR MISDEMEANOR OR INFRACTION CHARGES NOT LISTED, SEE END OF RESPECTIVE CODE SECTION 45
  • 138. VEHICLE CODE cont’dI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC All other Vehicle Code misdemeanor violations not listed herein shall be 100 All other Vehicle Code infraction violations not listed herein shall be 35 All other Vehicle Code bicycle violations not listed herein shall be 25 All other Vehicle Code pedestrian violations not listed herein shall be 25♦ Any equipment violation cited under authority of VC40001 (Owner’s Responsibility) shall be an infraction.♦ Violations listed with a “PC” are subject to dismissal upon proof of correction per VC40522. SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO 2010 MISDEMEANOR AND INFRACTION BAIL SCHEDULE 46
  • 139. SPEED CHARTMPH OVER LIMIT BAIL PLUS PA 1 – 15 35 16 – 25 70 26 – OVER 100 47
  • 140. OVERWEIGHT CHART reference VC 42030(a) Add additional penalties to the amount specified below POUNDS OF EXCESS WEIGHT BASE BAIL 0 – 1,000 20 1,001 – 1,500 30 1,501 – 2,000 40 2,001 – 2,500 55 2,501 – 3,000 85 3,001 – 3,500 105 3,501 – 4,000 125 4,001 – 4,500 145 4,501 – 5,000 175 5,001 – 6,000 .04 each pound over limit 6,001 – 7,000 .06 each pound over limit 7,001 – 8,000 .08 each pound over limit 8,001 – 10,000 .15 each pound over limit 10,001 and over .20 each pound over limit OVERWEIGHT VIOLATION TYPES reference VC 40000.23(c) ♦ Excess weight of 4,500 pounds or less is an INFRACTION. ♦ Excess weight of 4,501 pounds or more is a MISDEMEANOR.__________________________________________________________________________________________ OVERWEIGHT CHART FOR VC 4000.6(d) VIOLATIONSCOMMERCIAL VEHICLE WITH GROSS VEHICLE WEIGHT OVER 10,000 POUNDS, IN EXCESS OF DECLARED GROSS VEHICLE WEIGHT reference VC 42030.1(a) Add additional penalties to the amount specified below POUNDS IN EXCESS OF THE BASE BAIL DECLARED GROSS VEHICLE WEIGHT 1,001 – 1,500 250 1,501 – 2,000 300 2,001 – 2,500 350 2,501 – 3,000 400 3,001 – 3,500 450 3,501 – 4,000 500 4,001 – 4,500 550 4,501 – 5,000 600 5,001 – 6,000 700 6,001 – 7,000 800 7,001 – 8,000 900 8,001 – 10,000 1,000 10,001 and over 2,000 ♦ Excess weight of 4,500 pounds or less is an INFRACTION. ♦ Excess weight of 4,501 pounds or more is a MISDEMEANOR. 48
  • 141. CAL STATE UNIVERSITY SAN MARCOS CODEI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC I 500.02(A-E) Bicycles, skate boards, roller skates, prohibited in 25 certain areas I 500.04(A-D) Bicycle parking where prohibited 25 CARLSBAD MUNICIPAL CODEI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC I 5.12.080 Alcoholic beverages in cardroom 100 I 6.08.090 Unlawful deposit of solid waste 100 • 2nd offense 200 • 3rd offense 500 I 6.17.010 Urinating or defecating in public 100 • 2nd offense 200 • 3rd offense 500M • 4th offense 500I 8.28.040 Driving motor vehicles/private property prohibited 50 • 2nd offense 100 • 3rd offense 250 I 8.32.040 Peddlers entering private property without 25 permissionM 8.44.020 Drinking alcohol on beach 150I 8.49.010 Failure to post gasoline prices 25I 10.28.040 Failure to obey school crossing guard 25I 10.32.040 Driving on new pavement 25I 10.32.070 Vehicles prohibited in business district 10I 11.24.020 Operating vessel on inner lagoon without a permit 100 • 2nd offense 200 • 3rd offense 500 I 11.24.055 Fishing in Auga Hedionda Lagoon 100 • 2nd offense 200 • 3rd offense 500 I 11.24.058 Entering closed area of the inner lagoon 100 • 2nd offense 200 • 3rd offense 500 I 11.24.130 Failure to comply with lagoon regulations 100 • 2nd offense 200 • 3rd offense 500 I 11.32.030(11) No dogs, horses, or loose animals in parks or beach 25 I 11.32.030(23) No dogs in park 25 I 11.32.070 Carlsbad Seawall - pedestrians only 25 I 11.32.090 Surfers in restricted area 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. 25 FOR MISDEMEANOR OR INFRACTION CHARGES NOT LISTED, SEE END OF RESPECTIVE CODE SECTION 49
  • 142. CARLSBAD MUNICIPAL CODE cont’dI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC All other Carlsbad Municipal Code infraction violations not listed herein shall be 50 • 2nd offense within one year 100 • 3rd offense within one year 250 The fourth violation of a Carlsbad Municipal Code infraction in one year is a misdemeanor All other Carlsbad Municipal Code misdemeanor violations not listed herein shall be 500 CHULA VISTA MUNICIPAL CODEI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC M 1.41.070B, C Violation of cease and desist orders 300 M 2.66.035A Glass container and beer kegs prohibited 100 I 2.66.043A Alcohol in park after hours 50 M • 2nd offense 100 • 3rd offense 200 I 2.66.045 Open alcoholic beverage containers prohibited in 50 parks parking lots or public waysI 2.66.090 Littering in park 50M • 2nd offense 100 • 3rd offense 150 I 2.66.110 Cleaning or repairing of vehicles prohibited 50 • 2nd offense 100 • 3rd offense 150 I 2.66.250 Unlawful to skateboard in park 50 • 2nd offense 70 • 3rd offense 100 I 2.66.260 Camping in city parks prohibited 50 • 2nd offense 100 • 3rd offense 200 I 2.66.270 In park after hours 50 • 2nd offense 100 • 3rd offense 200M 3.41.050 Frequency of hotel/motel rental 500M 3.41.060 Identification required at registration for hotel/motel 500 transientsM 5.02.020 Operating without a business license 300I 5.08.010C, D Unlawful methods - distribution of printed materials 50M 5.20.020 Operation of card room without permit: 300 • 2nd offense 400 • 3rd offense 500 SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO 2010 MISDEMEANOR AND INFRACTION BAIL SCHEDULE 50
  • 143. CHULA VISTA MUNICIPAL CODE cont’dI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC M 5.36.050 Operation without valid permit 300 • 2nd offense 500 • 3rd offense 600M 5.38.010 Operation of pawnshop without license 300 • 2nd offense 400 • 3rd offense 500 I 5.40.050 Unlawful to peddle within 3 mile radius of 50 amphitheater • 2nd offense 100 • 3rd offense 150 I 6.20.020 Dogs required to be licensed 50 • 2nd offense 70 • 3rd offense 100M 6.24.070 Inhumane treatment and abandonment of animal 500M 6.26.010 Unsafe transportation of animals 200M 6.26.020 Animals in unattended vehicles 300I 8.25.080A, B Scavenging 50M • 2nd offense 100 • 3rd offense 200I 9.15.010E Open container in parking lot 50M • 2nd offense 100 • 3rd offense 200M 9.16.023(a)-(f) Sale or purchase of ephedrine over set limit 1,000M 9.16.029 Possession of clonazepam prohibited 1,000I 10.16.020 No person to direct traffic 25I 10.24.150 Obedience to traffic barriers 50I 10.28.040 Commercial vehicle using private driveway 25I 10.28.050 Riding or driving vehicles or animals on sidewalk 25I 10.28.070 Restrictions on use of freeway 50I 10.28.130 Driving on private property 25M 10.30.030A, B Spectator at illegal speed contest 1,000I 10.40.040 Restricted turns, driver to obey 25I 10.48.010 Street regulations - speed signs SC Refer to Speed Chart (SC) on page 47 I 10.52.120 Unlawful to repair vehicle in public street 50 I 10.64.010 Operating a vehicle with a gross weight in excess of OWC ten thousand pounds on streets where prohibited Refer to Overweight Chart (OWC) on page 48 I 10.72.040 Resident must license bicycle 35 I 10.72.150 Bicyclist must obey traffic devices, signals 35 I 10.72.170 Mutilate bicycle number 100 I 10.72.180 Bicycle parking zones 25 I 10.76.040 Pedestrian must use crosswalk 35 I 10.76.050 Pedestrians obey special pedestrian signals 25 Non-Traffic ViolationsM 2.66.080 Defacing park property 500I 5.02.020 Business license required (soliciting without) 200 FOR MISDEMEANOR OR INFRACTION CHARGES NOT LISTED, SEE END OF RESPECTIVE CODE SECTION 51
  • 144. CHULA VISTA MUNICIPAL CODE cont’dI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC M 5.04.050 Soliciting/peddling prohibited in certain areas 200 • 2nd offense 300 • 3rd offense 500 I 5.04.050 Soliciting/peddling prohibited in certain areas 200 • 2nd offense 300 • 3rd offense 500 I 5.08.010 Handbill distribution 100 I 5.08.030 - Unlawful display of advertising matter 100 5.08.060M 5.40.060 Selling tickets to public events in public places 200 • 2nd offense 300 • 3rd offense 500 I 5.40.060 Selling tickets to public events in public places 200 • 2nd offense 300 • 3rd offense 500 I 6.24.010(c) Rabies vaccination, license and permits required 100 • With proof of compliance 20M 6.24.020(a) Dog running at large without leash on public street 100 • Subsequent offense 200 I 6.24.020(a) Dog running at large without leash on public street 100 • Subsequent offense 200M 6.24.020(b) Dog running at large without leash on premises of 50 other than owner • Subsequent offense 100 I 6.24.020(b) Dog running at large without leash on premises of 50 other than owner • Subsequent offense 100M 6.24.040 Animals creating noise disturbing to neighborhood 50 • 2nd offense 100 • 3rd offense 200 I 6.24.040 Animals creating noise disturbing to neighborhood 50 • 2nd offense 100 • 3rd offense 200M 6.24.080 Possession of vicious dog 200 • 2nd offense 400 • 3rd offense 500I 6.28.020 Dogs running at large without vaccination 100I 6.28.040 Keeping dog which is not vaccinated 100I 8.08.010 Selling food without health permit 100M 8.24.030 Accumulation of materials causing fire hazard 100I 8.24.030 Accumulation of materials causing fire hazard 100I 8.24.060 Maintain sanitary premises 100M 9.04.020 Filing false crime report with police 500I 9.04.020 Filing false crime report with police 500I 9.15.010E Open container in park 50 SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO 2010 MISDEMEANOR AND INFRACTION BAIL SCHEDULE 52
  • 145. CHULA VISTA MUNICIPAL CODE cont’dI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC M 19.58.330A Unlawful to sleep in RV, camper, trailer unless in licensed RV park 50 • 2nd offense 100 • 3rd offense 200 All other Chula Vista Municipal Code violations not listed herein shall be 50 All other bicycle violations not listed herein shall be 25 All other pedestrian violations not listed herein shall be 25 CORONADO MUNICIPAL CODEI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC M 32.04.060 Dog causing disturbance 25 I 32.08.010 Dog license required (proof will dismiss violation) 15 M 32.08.020 Dogs, prohibited public beach, parks 25 I 32.08.030(A) Removal of dog defecation 15 I 32.08.030(B) Dog, custodial equipment 15 M 32.08.040 Protection of public from dogs 25 I 32.08.060A Rabies vaccine (proof will dismiss violation) 15 I 32.12.010 Unlicensed cat (proof will dismiss violation) 15 I 32.12.020A Cat running at large 15 I 32.12.020B Cat causing disturbance 15 I 40.48.030 Sleeping in vehicles 10 I 40.68.010 Shooting in city 50 I 40.72.010 Soliciting in defiance of sign 50 I 41.10.020 Noise, excessive - autos 15 I 52.04.040 Obstructing public property 50 I 56.08.040 Removal of license after affixed (bicycle) 5 I 56.08.051 Bicycles, yield to pedestrians 5 I 56.08.052 May not ride two abreast, except in bike lane 5 I 56.08.053 Unsafe speed (bicycle) 10 I 56.08.054 Operating bicycles on sidewalk where prohibited 5 I 56.16.020 Stop required bicycle 10 I 56.28.010 Skateboards on sidewalks where prohibited 5 All other Coronado Municipal Code violations not listed herein shall be 25 FOR MISDEMEANOR OR INFRACTION CHARGES NOT LISTED, SEE END OF RESPECTIVE CODE SECTION 53
  • 146. DEL MAR MUNICIPAL CODEI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC I 9.08 Curfew for persons under 18 150 M 150 I 09.36.030 Urination, defecation prohibited 150 M 150 All other criminal infraction violations of the Del Mar Municipal Code not listed herein shall be 50 All other misdemeanor Del Mar Municipal Code violations not listed herein shall be 150 EL CAJON MUNICIPAL CODEI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC M 2.56.030a Discharging firearm in city park 500 M 2.56.030V Consumption of alcohol in park prohibited 50 M 5.04.210 Selling without a license 50 M 6.04.120 Inhumane treatment of animals 500 M 6.12.140 Unattended dog in vehicle 500 M 6.16.010 Dog license 50 M 6.22.110 Dangerous animal 500 M 9.22.020A/B Possession/consumption alcohol prohibited 50 M 9.22.050A Possession of open container prohibited 50 I 10.36.020 Bicycle license 20 M Any violation of the El Cajon Zoning, Building, 500 Mechanical, Housing, Plumbing, or Fire Code (including but not limited to Titles 15 and 17) All other El Cajon Municipal Code infraction violations not listed herein shall be 25 All other El Cajon Municipal Code misdemeanor violations not listed here in shall be 50 ENCINITAS MUNICIPAL CODEI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC TITLE 14 Traffic Code I 14.16.100 Destruction/removal of traffic control devices 100 I 14.32.090 Tampering with traffic control devices 50 I 14.32.092 Vehicles damaging highway 100 SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO 2010 MISDEMEANOR AND INFRACTION BAIL SCHEDULE 54
  • 147. ENCINITAS MUNICIPAL CODE cont’dI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC I 14.32.093 Motorcyclist prohibited on trails 50 I 14.32.094 Flashing lights 50 I 14.54.030 Obstructions - visibility triangle 100 I 14.56.020(B) Riding bicycles on sidewalks 24 I 14.56.030 Riding bicycles/handlebars 24 All other Encinitas Title 14 - Traffic Code violations not listed herein shall be 36 Uniform Fire Code violations shall be 75 All other Encinitas Municipal Code violations not listed herein shall be 50 • 2nd violation within one year 100 • 3rd violation within one year 150 ESCONDIDO MUNICIPAL CODEI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC I 4-6 Dogs disturbing the peace 35 I 5-4(a),(b) Bicycles prohibited 25 • 2nd offense 50 • 3rd offense 100 I 5-5(a),(c) Non-motorized vehicles prohibited 25 • 2nd offense 50 • 3rd offense 100 I 5-6 Pedestrian & traffic interference prohibited 25 • 2nd offense 50 • 3rd offense 100M 6A-4 et seq. Burglary, robbery, fire alarm systems violations 500M 6-12 et seq. Violations of the Uniform Building Code 250M 6-41 et seq. Violations of the Uniform Building Code 250M 6-86 Violations of the Uniform Mechanical Code 250M 6-114 et seq. Violations of the Uniform Housing Code 250M 6-159 et seq. Violations of the Natural Electrical Code 250M 6-271 Violations of the Uniform Plumbing Code 250M 6-306 et seq. Violations of the Uniform Code for Abatement of 250 Dangerous BuildingsM 6-484(a)-(c) Violations of the Property Maintenance Ordinance 250M 11-15 et seq. Violations of the Uniform Fire Code 250M 14-39 Unauthorized collection of garbage or construction 250 site debrisM 16-A1 et seq. Operation of massage establishment 250M 16-17 Conducting business without a license 100 • 2nd offense 200 • 3rd offense 300 FOR MISDEMEANOR OR INFRACTION CHARGES NOT LISTED, SEE END OF RESPECTIVE CODE SECTION 55
  • 148. ESCONDIDO MUNICIPAL CODE cont’dI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC I 16-25 Transferability of business license 20 I 16-23 Separate business license for branch 20 establishments, locations: license to designate business locationM 16-182 Bingo license required 20M 17-2(a)(b) Drinking in public/posted premises 50 • 2nd offense 250M 17-8 Camping, lodging, sleeping overnight on public 150 property • 2nd offense 500M 17-9 Camping, lodging, sleeping overnight on private 150 property • 2nd offense 500 I 17-12 Littering 50 I 17-21 Urinating / defecating in public 50 • 2nd offense 100 • 3rd offense 250M 17-67 Discharge firearms / weapons in city 500I 17-76 Retail, exchange, possession, exhibition prohibited 25M 17-220 Serving alcohol to minors 1,000I 17-234 Construction - when a violation 25M 17-240 et seq. Violation of the noise ordinance 100I 18-72 Use of park/recreation area after dark 50M 18-76 Entering and using posted area 50M 18-77 Disfiguring, removing property 75M 22-11 Wastewater violation 500I 22A-2 Smoking prohibited 50M • 2nd offense 100I 28-167 (a),(b) Trespassing upon parking lots, shopping center 100 property and other property open to public; skateboards on school property I 28-300(a),(b) Yard parking prohibited 50 • 2nd offense 100M • 3rd offense 500M 29-17 Connecting trailers to public utility 250M 29-21 Occupying trailers, mobile homes, campers outside 100 licensed parksM 33-1 et seq. Violations of the Escondido Zoning Code 250 SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO 2010 MISDEMEANOR AND INFRACTION BAIL SCHEDULE 56
  • 149. ESCONDIDO MUNICIPAL CODE cont’dI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC All violations of Escondido Zoning and Uniform Codes shall require proof of compliance when appropriate. All Escondido Municipal Code infraction violations not listed herein shall be 50 • 2nd offense within one year 100 • 3rd offense within one year 250 All Escondido Municipal Code misdemeanor violations not listed herein shall be 150 • 2nd offense within one year 500 IMPERIAL BEACH MUNICIPAL CODEBail on all Imperial Beach Municipal Code violations shall be the amount listed plus penaltyassessment, and subject to the provisions contained in the General Information herein, except allviolations with bail of $500 or greater shall be CT (mandatory court appearance).I/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC TITLE 5 Business and License Regulations I 6.04.010 Unlicensed dog (reference SDCC62.620a) 50 ♦ proof of license is mandatory I 6.04.010 Dog at large (reference SDCC62.669) 50 I 9.04.010 Consuming alcohol beverage in public places 50 M 9.20.030 Shooting firearms in city 2,500 I 12.60.010 Litter on the beach 50 M 12.60.060 Digging and removal of sand 50 M 12.68.010k Damage electrical equipment 500 M 12.68.010M Possession of bow and arrow/fishing spear on pier 50 I 12.68.015 Swimming near the pier 50 I 12.68.035 Closing of pier 50 All other Imperial Beach Municipal Code infraction violations not listed herein shall be 25 All other Imperial Beach Municipal Code misdemeanor violations not listed herein shall be 50 FOR MISDEMEANOR OR INFRACTION CHARGES NOT LISTED, SEE END OF RESPECTIVE CODE SECTION 57
  • 150. LA MESA MUNICIPAL CODEI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC I 6.04.050 No business license 20 I 6.04.320 Required license must be posted in conspicuous 20 placeI 6.04.330 Required license must be carried during business 20I 6.04.340 Required license displayed in business vehicle 50M 6.13.130 Firearms and explosives prohibited at swap meets 500I 6.16.020 Unlicensed dances 20I 6.16.030 Permitting unlicensed dance 20M 6.20.050 Pool room permit required 50M 6.20.111 Amusement devices license required 50M 6.24.010 Taxi cab permit required 50M 6.24.110 Taxi driver - CDL, Insurance, and SDSO license 500 requiredI 6.28.080 Soliciting without a license 20M 6.35.030 No bingo license 50M 7.14.050 Massage business license required 500M 7.14.070 Off-premises massage license required 500M 7.14.090 Massage technician permit required 500M 7.14.145 Massage business/treatment records 500M 7.20.130 Dangerous/infected waste disposal 500M 7.21.020 Drug/medical waste disposal 500I 8.04.150 Manure accumulations prohibited 20M 8.04.300 Interference with enforcement of Animal Control 500M 8.11.030(a) Possess vicious/dangerous dog 500M 8.11.030(b) Abandon vicious/dangerous dog 500M 8.11.040 Vicious dog req. muzzled/restrained 500M 10.04.010 Fortune telling without a permit 20M 10.08.050 Conducting gambling house prohibited 500M 10.08.060 Use of premises for gambling 500M 10.10.030(a) Unlawful to apply graffiti 1,000M 10.10.030(b) Unlawful to possess graffiti instrument 1,000M 10.10.030(c) Possess implement in designated public place 1,000M 10.10.100 Unlawful defacement of public/private property 1,000M 10.24.010 Distribute obscene matter 500M 10.24.030 Distribute obscene matter to minor/news racks 500M 10.24.031 Nude photos or drawings exposed in news racks 500M 10.24.040 Indecent exposure in food/beverage business 500M 10.24.050 Employing of nude persons 500M 10.28.020 Possession of firearm - under 18 years 500M 10.28.030 Parent allowing minor to possess firearm 500M 10.28.060 Unlawful discharge of firearm 2,500M 10.50.030 Public assemblage permit required 500M 10.50.050 Violation of public assemblage permit 500M 10.52.040 Obstruction of public property 500M 10.95.010 Violation second hand dealer ordinance 50M 10.96.010 Violation of hazard material disclosures 500 SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO 2010 MISDEMEANOR AND INFRACTION BAIL SCHEDULE 58
  • 151. LA MESA MUNICIPAL CODE cont’dI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC M 10.120.030 Bathhouse - permit required 500 M 10.120.080 Bathhouse - violate operating requirements 500 M 10.120.110 Bathhouse - employee under 18 years 500 M 10.120.230 Bathhouse - violate permit requirements 500 M 11.01.010 Violation of Uniform Fire Code 500 M 11.12.050 Violation of material/process/occupancy fire 500 requirementsM 12.12.030 Fail to comply with lawful order of police or fire 500 personnelM 12.50.020 Tow truck license required 50M 12.50.040 Tow service violation of rates and charges 500M 12.50.070 Violate LMMC regulations of tow company 500 employeeM 14.24.400 Moving structure on public street violation 500M 17.20.432 Dangerous waste discharge into sewers 500M All violations of the Zoning, Building, Mechanical, 500 Housing, Plumbing, Fire, or Emergency Code including but not limited to Title 24 All other La Mesa Municipal Code infraction violations not listed herein shall be 20 All other La Mesa Municipal Code misdemeanor violations not listed herein shall be 50 LEMON GROVE MUNICIPAL CODEI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC M 15.40.060 No fence around swimming pool 250 M Any violation of the Zoning Code 500 All Lemon Grove Municipal Code infraction violations shall be 20 All Lemon Grove Municipal Code misdemeanor violations not listed herein shall be 50 METROPOLITAN TRANSIT DEVELOPMENT BOARDI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC I Ord. 2 Fare evasion 25 • 2nd offense 50M • 3rd and subsequent offenses are 100 misdemeanors FOR MISDEMEANOR OR INFRACTION CHARGES NOT LISTED, SEE END OF RESPECTIVE CODE SECTION 59
  • 152. METROPOLITAN TRANSIT DEVELOPMENT BOARD cont’dI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC The following are Ordinance 11 sections dealing with taxi violations. I 1.2(a) No vehicle operating permit (owner and driver) 500 I 1.8(f)(1)-(12) Unsafe vehicle (owner and driver) 50 I 1.8(I)(1)-(3) Paratransit must have fire extinguisher 25 • 2nd offense 50 • 3rd offense 100 I 1.8(o) Driver ID not displayed 25 • 2nd offense 50 • 3rd offense 100 I 1.8(v) Offering or accepting kickback 25 • 2nd offense 50 • 3rd offense 100 I 1.8.(w) Driver not wearing name tag 25 • 2nd offense 50 • 3rd offense 100 I 1.12(a) No taxicab driver ID card 100 • 2nd offense 250 • 3rd offense 500 I 1.12(b) No paratransit driver ID card 100 • 2nd offense 250 • 3rd offense 500 I 2.2(f) Driver does not engage meter 100 I 2.2(h) Fare overcharge (maximum rate) 100 I 2.2(I) Fare overcharge (fixed rate) 100 I 2.4(b) Driver long hauling (not taking most direct route) 100 I 2.4(c) Discourage passenger based on age, handicap, 100 race, religion, gender, etc. (owner and driver) I 2.4(d) Refuse to transport based on trip length (owner and 250 driver) I 2.4(j) Soliciting passengers and impeding traffic 50 I 2.4(k) Leaving taxi to solicit passengers 50 I 2.5(d) Occupying taxi stand without permit 50 All other Metropolitan Transit Development Board Ordinance 11 violations not listed herein shall be 25 • 2nd offense 50 I Ord. 13 Prohibited actions on trolley 50 • 2nd offense 75M • 3rd and subsequent offenses are 100 misdemeanors See Public Utilities Code for other transit violations SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO 2010 MISDEMEANOR AND INFRACTION BAIL SCHEDULE 60
  • 153. NATIONAL CITY MUNICIPAL CODEI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC M 1.12.030H(1) - Violation of stop orders 500 (2)M 1.36.160 Maintaining a public nuisance 250I 7.18.040 Obstacles on public property, sidewalks or 50 parkways I 7.21.120A(1) - Garage/yard sale without permit 50 (9) • 2nd offense within one year 100 • 3rd offense within one year 250I 8.12.010A - C Dog license required 50I 8.16.020A Dogs running at large 50I 8.16.020B Dog license (must be attached to collar on dog) 50I 8.16.030A - C Dog trespass nuisance 50I 8.16.050 Excessive dog barking 50M 8.16.070B Keeping vicious/dangerous dog 150M 8.16.085A Rabies vaccination required 100M 8.32.035 Unlawful keeping of animals/birds/reptiles 100I 9.16.040A - C Regulating trash disposal: accumulation, dumping, 100 burying/burningI 10.30.030 Alcoholic beverages in park prohibited 50I 10.30.050 Consumption generally - unlawful 50I 10.30.060 Consumption in vehicle - unlawful 50I 10.52.010(L) Prohibited acts - park/playground 50I 10.60.010 Curfew (juvenile) 50M 10.68.010A Shooting in city 2,500I 11.12.040 Unauthorized persons not to direct traffic 50I 11.12.070A Written accident report within 24 hours if public 50 property I 11.20.030 Must obey traffic control devices 50 I 11.24.010B Disobedience to authorized markers 50 I 11.24.030 Disobey no-turn signs 50 I 11.24.040 Disobey turn signs at stop and signals 50 I 11.32.020 Disobey blvd. stop signs and RR stops 50 I 11.32.030 Car must stop before crossing sidewalks 50 I 11.32.160B Disobey emergency and temporary signs 50 I 11.36.010 Driving through funeral procession 50 I 11.36.020 No clinging to moving vehicles 50 I 11.36.030 No driving on sidewalks or parkways 50 I 11.36.040 No driving through “street closed” signs (new 50 pavement or freshly painted) I 11.36.060 No motorless vehicles or pedestrians on freeways 50 I 11.40.010A Certain vehicles prohibited in central traffic district 50 between the hours of 7 a.m. - 6 p.m. I 11.40.020 Sound advertising vehicles prohibited in central 50 traffic district I 11.44.020 Pedestrians not crossing at crosswalk 50 I 11.44.030 Pedestrian crossing at other than right angle to 50 curbline FOR MISDEMEANOR OR INFRACTION CHARGES NOT LISTED, SEE END OF RESPECTIVE CODE SECTION 61
  • 154. NATIONAL CITY MUNICIPAL CODE cont’dI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC I 11.44.040 Pedestrian standing in roadway 50 I 11.44.050A-B Pedestrian standing/blocking sidewalk 50 I 11.64.010A Skateboarding on roadway 50 I 11.64.010B Skateboarding on sidewalk 50 I 11.70.040 Paratransit violations 50 I 12.10.020 Noise disturbances prohibited 75 • 2nd offense within one year 150 • 3rd offense within one year 250M 13.04.XX Improvement permit violations 250M 13.12.XX Encroachment permit violations 250I 13.26.010B Illegal to possess open container at launch facility 50I 13.26.020 Illegal to enter city park after posted 2100 hours or 50 before 0700 hoursM 15.08 et seq Building Code Violations 250M 15.16 et seq Housing Code Violations 250M 15.70 et seq Illegal Grading Violations 250M 18.02.080 Zoning Code Violations 250 All other National City Municipal Code infraction violations not listed herein shall be 100 All other National City Municipal Code misdemeanor violations not listed herein shall be 150 OCEANSIDE MUNICIPAL CODEI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC I 4.17 Maintaining dog without license 50 • 2nd offense within one year 100 • 3rd offense within one year 250 I 4.17SZ Maintaining dog without license 100 Safety Enhancement Zone OCC 1.7(1) • 2nd Offense within one year 200 • 3rd Offense within one year 500 I 5.14 Riding bicycle in prohibited area 25 I 5.14SZ Riding bicycle in prohibited area 75 Safety Enhancement Zone OCC 1.71(1)I/M 11.10* Entering burning building 50 • 2nd offense within one year 100 • 3rd offense within one year 500 I 11.10SZ Entering burning building 100 Safety Enhancement Zone OCC 1.71(1) • 2nd offense within one year 200 • 3rd offense within one year 500 SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO 2010 MISDEMEANOR AND INFRACTION BAIL SCHEDULE 62
  • 155. OCEANSIDE MUNICIPAL CODE cont’dI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PCI/M 11.11* Interference with firefighter 50 • 2nd offense within one year 100 • 3rd offense within one year 500 I 11.11SZ Interference with firefighter 100 Safety Enhancement Zone OCC 1.71(1) I • 2nd offense within one year 200 M • 3rd offense within one year 500I/M 11.12* Riding upon fire department vehicle 50 • 2nd offense within one year 100 • 3rd offense within one year 500 I 11.12SZ Riding upon fire department vehicle 100 Safety Enhancement Zone OCC 1.71(1) I • 2nd offense within one year 200 M • 3rd offense within one year 500I/M 11.13* Spectator too close to a fire 50 • 2nd offense within one year 100 • 3rd offense within one year 500 I 11.13SZ Spectator too close to a fire 100 Safety Enhancement Zone OCC 1.71(1) I • 2nd offense within one year 200 M • 3rd offense within one year 500I/M 13.5** Interference with garbage 50 • 2nd offense 100 • 3rd offense 500 I 13.5SZ Interference with garbage 100 Safety Enhancement Zone OCC 1.71(1) I • 2nd offense within one year 200 M • 3rd offense within one year 500I/M 13.6** Scavenging 50 • 2nd offense 100 • 3rd offense 500 I 13.6 Scavenging 100 Safety Enhancement Zone OCC 1.71(1)I • 2nd offense within one year 200M • 3rd offense within one year 500I 15.2 Unlicensed business 50 • 2nd offense within one year 100 • 3rd offense within one year 250 I 15.2SZ Unlicensed business 100 Safety Enhancement Zone OCC 1.71(1) • 2nd offense within one year 200 • 3rd offense within one year 500I/M 20.11* Loitering 50 • 2nd offense within one year 100 • 3rd offense within one year 500 I 20.11SZ Loitering 100 Safety Enhancement Zone OCC 1.71(1) • 2nd offense within one year 200 • 3rd offense within one year 500 FOR MISDEMEANOR OR INFRACTION CHARGES NOT LISTED, SEE END OF RESPECTIVE CODE SECTION 63
  • 156. OCEANSIDE MUNICIPAL CODE cont’dI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PCI/M 20.40* Drinking/possession of alcohol in public 50 • 2nd offense 100 • 3rd offense 500 I 20.40SZ Drinking/possession of alcohol in public 100 Safety Enhancement Zone OCC 1.71(1) • 2nd offense within one year 200 • 3rd offense within one year 500I/M 37.109* Water conservation violation 50 • 2nd offense 100 • 3rd offense 500 I 37.109SZ Water conservation violation 100 Safety Enhancement Zone OCC 1.71(1) • 2nd offense within one year 200 • 3rd offense within one year 500 Oceanside Traffic Code I 9.1 Jaywalking 25 I 9.1SZ Jaywalking 75 Safety Enhancement Zone OCC 1.71(1) I 10.7 Washing or polishing vehicles on street 25 I 10.7SZ Washing or polishing vehicles on street 75 Safety Enhancement Zone OCC 1.71(1) Oceanside Zoning CodeM 4706 Conditional use permit required 100M 4706SZ Conditional use permit required 100 Safety Enhancement Zone OCC 1.71(1) *Fourth violation within one year period constitutes a misdemeanor **Fourth violation within any time period constitutes a misdemeanor * Fourth violation with Safety Enhancement Zone allegation within one year period constitutes a misdemeanor All Oceanside Uniform Building Code and 100 Uniform Mechanical Code violations shall be All other Oceanside Municipal Code violations 100 not listed herein shall be • 2nd offense within one year 200 • 3rd offense within one year 500 SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO 2010 MISDEMEANOR AND INFRACTION BAIL SCHEDULE 64
  • 157. POWAY MUNICIPAL CODEBail on all Poway Municipal Code violations shall be the amount listed plus penalty assessments, andsubject to the provisions contained in the general information herein, except all violations with bail of$500 or greater shall be CT (mandatory court appearance).I/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC TITLE 5 Business Licenses and Regulations M 5.02 Business certificates 50 M 5.04 Uniform licensing procedure 50 M 5.08 Amusement devices and establishment 50 M 5.16 Entertainment license 50 M 5.68 Massage establishments 500 TITLE 8 Health and Safety M 8.72 Public nuisance 500 M 8.76 Weeds, shrubs, and waste accumulation 500 M 8.80 Accumulation of junk 500 M 8.90 Rental of housing used for drug activity 500 M 8.92 Rental of substandard housing 500 TITLE 9 Public Peace, Morals and Welfare M 9.12 Firearms and explosives 500 TITLE 15 Building and Construction M 15.02 Administrative Code 500 M 15.04 Building Code 500 M 15.08 Electrical Code 500 M 15.12 Plumbing Code 500 M 15.16 Mechanical Code 500 M 15.20 Moving and storage of building 500 M 15.24 Fire Code, Uniform Fire Code 500 TITLE 16 Subdivisions and Other Land Use Regulations M 16.44 Permits – fees 500 M 16.88 Provisions of flood hazard reduction 500 TITLE 17 Zoning M 17.26 Special uses and conditions 500 M 17.28 Home occupations 500 M 17.32 Keeping of animals 500 M 17.34 Kennels (commercial and non-commercial) 500 M 17.36 Arcades 500 M 17.37 Satellite dish antennas 500 M 17.38 Adult businesses 500 M 17.39 Residential senior citizen standards 500 M 17.40 Comprehensive sign regulations 500 M 17.42 Off-street parking 500 FOR MISDEMEANOR OR INFRACTION CHARGES NOT LISTED, SEE END OF RESPECTIVE CODE SECTION 65
  • 158. POWAY MUNICIPAL CODE cont’dI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC M 17.44 Non-conforming uses, structures, screening and 500 performance standardM 17.48 Conditional use permit regulations 500 All Poway Municipal Code infraction violations shall be 25 All other Poway Municipal Code misdemeanor violations not listed herein shall be 50 SAN DIEGO COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICTI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC I 1901A Bicycle riding where prohibited 35 • Subsequent offense 50 I 1901B Skateboard riding prohibited 35 • Subsequent offense 50 I 1901C Rollerskates, scooters and devices where prohibited 35 • Subsequent offense 50 SAN DIEGO COUNTY CODEI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC M 16.101(a), (f), I, Business licenses required 35 (t), (w)M 16.107 Post business license in conspicuous place 50M 21.1713(b) Unlawful to remove “Not For Commercial Use” label 250 placed by sealer • 2nd offense 500 • 3rd offense 1,000M 21.2003 Point of Sale Permit Required 250 • 2nd offense 500 • 3rd offense 1,000M 21.2010(a) Notice to consumer posting 100 • 2nd offense 200 • 3rd offense 500M 21.2011(c) Failure to post “Notice of Failed Inspection” 100 2nd offense 200 3rd offense 500M 21.2011(d) Unlawful to remove “Notice of Failed Inspection” 100 notice 200 • 2nd offense 500 • 3rd offenseI 21.311(c)(6) Seat belts properly installed in taxicabs 35M 21.312(a) ID card required for taxicab drivers 35 SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO 2010 MISDEMEANOR AND INFRACTION BAIL SCHEDULE 66
  • 159. SAN DIEGO COUNTY CODE cont’dI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC M 21.317(c) Display of medallion on taxicab 35 I 21.319(e) Fail to pay fare for taxi service 35 M 32.1004 Public nudity 50 M 33.104 Shoot or discharge firearm in prohibited area 2,500 I 36.405(a)-(c) Making unnecessary, excessive or offensive noise 25 with vehicleI 41.125 Being in closed County park 25I 41.127 Speeding in County park 35I 41.132.1(b) Fishing or boating without paying fee 35M 56.201 Use, occupancy and storage of trailer coaches 25 regulatedM 61.110 Public health permit required for selling or giving 1,000 away food or beverageI 62.610 Dog not vaccinated per SDCC62.602(c) 50M 62.610 Dog not vaccinated 100M 62.614 Must report suspected case of rabies 100M 62.615(b) Must report animal bite 250M 62.616 Fail to isolate suspected rabid animal 200M 62.617 Fail to isolate biting animals 150M 62.618 Must report animals possibly exposed to rabies 200I 62.620(a)(d)(f) Fail to comply with dog licensing requirements 50I 62.620(e) Fail to affix dog license tag 50 ♦ with presently valid license 5 I 62.622 Fail to transfer license 5 ♦ with proof of transfer 0 I 62.624(a) Fail to have change of ownership license 10 ♦ with proof of compliance 5 M 62.641 Fail to comply with kennel licensing procedures 200 M 62.642(a), (b) Fail to comply with kennel license standards 200 M 62.645.1 - .13 Fail to comply with facilities and operating standards 200 M 62.646 Dog in kennel not vaccinated 100 M 62.663(c) Dog license violations, false or fictitious information 250 I 62.668(a) - (c) Conditions of animal ownership 50 M 62.668(d), (e) Conditions of animal ownership 250I/M 62.669(a) Restraint of dog by owner, per SDCC62.602(c) 50 • 2nd offense 100 • 3rd offense 200M 62.669.1(a) Public protection from dogs 150 • Subsequent offense 250 M 62.669.1(b) Public protection from dogs (altering deposit) 50 M 62.669.5(a) Vicious or dangerous animal 500 I 62.670 Allow dog to commit nuisance and fail to remove 25 I 62.671 Female dog in season running at large 25I/M 62.672 Allowing any dog or animal to disturb the peace 100 • Subsequent offense 200M 62.673 Inhumane treatment or abandonment of animal 150M 62.674(f), (g) Fail to comply with requirement for the possession 250 of vicious animals FOR MISDEMEANOR OR INFRACTION CHARGES NOT LISTED, SEE END OF RESPECTIVE CODE SECTION 67
  • 160. SAN DIEGO COUNTY CODE cont’dI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC M 62.681(a)(b)1-4; Fail to comply with requirement to possess wild 250 62.681(c)1 animalM 62.682(a)-(f) Fail to abate public nuisance 250M 62.683 Keep animal with injury or communicable disease 150I 62.685(a)(b) Protection dogs - operator to comply with 150 regulationsM 62.685(c) Protection dogs - operator to comply with 250 regulationsI 62.686(a)(b) Guard dogs - permit 250I 62.687(a) Guard dog operators - to comply with regulations 150M 62.687(b) Guard dog operators - to comply with regulations 250I 62.700 Transportation of animals per SDCC62.602(c) 50I 62.701 Animals in unattended vehicle 50I 72.66 Fail to obey traffic signs: vehicle, pedestrian or bike 35I 72.121 Leaving keys in parked vehicle 25M 72.246 Trespass on airport runway 50I 73.108 Sleeping in public park or beach 25I 73.109 Sleeping on private property 25I 73.110 Sleeping in parked car on highway 25I 73.111 Obstructing free use of public ways 25 All other San Diego County Code infraction violations shall be 50 All other San Diego County Code misdemeanor violations shall be 250 SAN DIEGO COUNTY REGIONAL AIRPORT AUTHORITY CODEI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC M 7.01(b) Unauthorized entry into sterile, restricted or limited 1,000 access area at airportM 7.01(b)(4) Unauthorized introduction of weapons into sterile 2,500 restriction or limited access area at airportM 7.02(a) Unauthorized possession of dangerous objects at 2,500 the airportM 7.06(a) Tampering or interfering with airport security 1,000 equipmentM 7.06(b) Unauthorized bypassing or testing airport security 1,000 equipmentM 7.07 Tampering with airport facility equipment 1,000M 7.40 Unauthorized large assembly at airport 250I 8.20 Unauthorized bringing of animals into airport 100 facilitiesM • 2nd offense 250M • 3rd offense 500M 8.72 Discharge of pollutants into storm water system 1,000 SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO 2010 MISDEMEANOR AND INFRACTION BAIL SCHEDULE 68
  • 161. SAN DIEGO COUNTY REGIONAL AIRPORT AUTHORITY CODE cont’dI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC M 8.73 Unauthorized discharge of nonstorm water into 1,000 storm water systemM 8.74 Failure to comply with pollutant discharge 1,000 prevention measures All other San Diego County Regional Airport Authority Code infraction violations not listed herein shall be 50 All other San Diego County Regional Airport Authority Code misdemeanor violations shall be 500 SAN DIEGO COUNTY ZONING ORDINANCEI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC I 7703 All zoning violations 100 • 2nd offense 250M • 3rd offense 500 SAN DIEGO MUNICIPAL CODEI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC M 12.0409 Failure to obey administrative subpoena 150 M 12.0413 Failure to obey administrative enforcement order 500 M 31.0121 Certificate of payment required 50 • Subsequent offense 150M 31.0127(a)-(c) Posting and keeping certificate of payment 50 • Subsequent offense 150I 33.0903.5 Height of pile of tires, salvage, metals regulated 50M 33.15–1 - Cabaret license and regulations 150 33.1510M 33.330–0 - Peep show regulations 150 33.3326M 33.35–1 - Massage technician and business regulations 150 33.3529M 33.36–1 - Nude entertainment and entertainer regulations 150 33.3610M 33.3703(a) Alarm permit required 500M 33.4308(f) Money exchange house must give receipt 50I 34.–1 - 34.11 Bicycle regulations 10M 41.–3 - 41.36 Health permits 1,000M 42.01–1 - Food-handling establishment regulations 1,000 42.0151I/M 42.0101.2 Vending perishable food door to door 150 FOR MISDEMEANOR OR INFRACTION CHARGES NOT LISTED, SEE END OF RESPECTIVE CODE SECTION 69
  • 162. SAN DIEGO MUNICIPAL CODE cont’dI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC M 42.01–0 - Mobile vending unit regulations 15 42.0168M 43.0304 Discharge of non-storm water 2,000I 43.1003(a) Smoking in a prohibited area - public place 50I 43.1003(b) Smoking in a prohibited area - tot lots 50I 44.0104 Sweeping debris into street 50M 44.0107 Garbage and refuse disposal 250I 44.0304.1 Dog waste 25M • 2nd offense 100M • 3rd offense 250M 52.05 Giving false information to police 500M 52.20 Obstructing free use of sidewalk 15M 52.3203 Possession of clonazepam without prescription 1,000M 52.5104(a) Temporary street closure violation 1,000M 52.5203(a) Spectator at illegal motor vehicle speed 1,000 contest/exhibition of speedM 52.5203(b) Spectator at illegal motor vehicle speed 1,000 contest/exhibition of speedM 52.80.01(a) Trespassing upon private business premises 100 • Subsequent offense 100M 52.80.01(b) Trespass on private business premises and re-entry 100 within 48 hours M 53.10(c) Discharge firearms in city without permit 2,500I/M 53.15 Shooting in city or park (other than firearm) 500I/M 54.0105(a) Sidewalk display prohibited 15 I 54.0115 Debris on street prohibited 50 M 54.0208(a), (b) Property to be maintained waste-free 500 M 54.0209(a)(1) Illegal dumping 500 I 54.0210 Littering 100 M 54.0211(a) Transporting uncovered waste 100 M 54.0405(a), (b) Graffiti prohibited 150 M 56.51(a)-(e) Picketing for purpose of intimidation 150I/M 56.53(c) Public nudity 50 I 56.56(a), (b) Alcohol consumption prohibited on posted premises 50 I 56.61(a) Consumption of alcohol by minor/public place 100 M 56.61(a) Consumption of alcohol by minor/public place 250 I 56.61(b) Consumption of alcohol by a minor 100 M 56.61(b) Consumption of alcohol by a minor 250 M 56.62(a)(2) Social host – Allowing minors to consume alcohol 250 M 59.0202(a)(2) City sports facility - smoke bomb, fireworks 100 M 59.0202(a)(3) City sports facility - running on field 100I/M 59.0202(a)(4) City sports facility - containers 25 M 59.0202(a)(5) City sports facility - entering on non-event days 100I/M 59.0202(a)(6) City sports facility - using opposite sex restroom 15 M 59.0202(a)(7) City sports facility - disruptive behavior 100I/M 59.0202(a)(8) City sports facility - noise devices 25I/M 59.0202(a)(9) City sports facility - animals prohibited 25 SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO 2010 MISDEMEANOR AND INFRACTION BAIL SCHEDULE 70
  • 163. SAN DIEGO MUNICIPAL CODE cont’dI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC M 59.0202(a)(10) City sports facility - loitering after event 100 M 59.0202(a)(11) City sports facility - sale of merchandise without 100 licenseM 59.0202(a)(12) City sports facility - attached sticker on any city 100 sports facility surfaceI/M 59.0202(a)(14) City sports facility - smoking prohibited 15 M 59.0303(b) Operate a pedicab in restricted area 100 M 59.0303(g) Performance without consent of City Manager 100 M 59.0303(k) Obstruct free travel within ballpark district 100 M 59.0303(l) Tamper with electric/water services 100 M 59.0303(n) Set off substance harmful/noxious 100I/M 59.0502(A)(5) San Diego Stadium: parking lot offenses 25 - (9)M 59.5.0401 - Excessive noise violations 150 59.5.0406; and • 2nd offense 250 59.5.0501 and • Subsequent offense 500 59.5.0503M 62.0210 Unauthorized public improvements 500M 62.0306(a) Unauthorized encroachments 500M 63.0102(b)(2) Loose animals 50 2nd offense 100 3rd offense 200I 63.0102(b)(2) Loose animals 50M 63.0102(b)(5) Defacing structures 150I 63.0102(b)(6) Dumping refuse in public park or on beaches 250 • 2nd offense 500 • 3rd offense 750M 63.0102(b)(9) Deposit foreign matter or bathe in lake waters 250M 63.0102(b)(10) Mistreating animals 150M 63.0102(b)(11) Fires prohibited 150M 63.0102(b)(12) Overnight camping in a park 100 • Subsequent offense 250 I 63.0102(b)(12) Overnight camping in a park 100 I 63.0102(b)(19) Bicycle riding where prohibited 50 • 2nd offense 100 • 3rd offense 150 I 63.0109 Exceeding 8mph on Ocean Front Walk 10 M 63.20.4 Refuse or fail to comply with lawful order 500I/M 63.20.5(a), (b) Waste, trash, refuse must be in trash can; dumping, 100 overturning or defacing trash can prohibitedM 63.20.5(c), (d) Burning materials for purpose of disposal or burning 250 unacceptable materials in City fire-container • 2nd offense 500 • 3rd offense 750 I 63.20.5(c) Fires must be built in City fire-container; fire material 50 must not exceed the specified limitsI/M 63.20.5(e) Glass on beach 15 FOR MISDEMEANOR OR INFRACTION CHARGES NOT LISTED, SEE END OF RESPECTIVE CODE SECTION 71
  • 164. SAN DIEGO MUNICIPAL CODE cont’dI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC M 63.20.11 Overnight camping or sleeping on beach 100 • Subsequent offense 250I 63.20.11 Overnight camping or sleeping on beach 50M 63.20.20 Commercial activity on beaches 50 • 2nd offense 300 • 3rd offense 700I/M 63.20.23(b)(1) Jumping into Pacific Ocean or Mission Bay 100 I 63.25.4(a) Boat exceeding 5mph between sunset and sunrise 40 I 63.25.6(a)-(d) Water skiing regulations 50I/M 63.25.13 Display vessel for sale 15I/M 63.25.31(a) Unlawful use of mooring 15 M 63.25.57 Waste, boats and materials left on beach 100 M 63.25.61 Discharge of inflammable material 500 • Subsequent offense 1,000M 63.25.62 Discharge of petroleum products 500 • Subsequent offense 1,000I/M 63.25.72(a) Hang glider or parasail in bay 15 M 67.0210(a), (b) Regulation of water systems (fire service 150 connections)M 67.0211(a) - Regulation of water systems (water to pass through 150 (c) meter)M 67.0212(a) - Regulation of water systems (water supply from a 150 (c) fire hydrant)M 67.0213(a)-(d) Regulation of water systems (tampering with equip.) 150M 67.0216(a) - Regulation of water systems (boiler connections) 150 (d)M 67.0217 Regulation of water systems (shutting off water flow 150 in case of fire)M 67.0219 Regulation of water systems (emergency shutoffs) 150M 67.0225 Regulation of water systems (must admit 150 employees of Department to premises)M 67.0226 Regulation of water systems (using water without 150 permission)M 67.0228 Regulation of water systems (occupants turning on 150 discontinued water supply) M 67.0233 Regulation of water systems (notify of street work) 150I/M 67.43(a)-(c) Permits for hunting, fishing and camping required 15I/M 81.07(a) Report damage to certain property 15I/M 81.08 Authority of police in crowds 15I/M 83.0103 Operating pedicab without permit 150 I 83.0110(c) Pedicab operator failing to wear ID badge 25 M 83.0110(c) Pedicab operator failing to wear ID badge 150I/M 83.0111(b) Pedicab operator demanding fare greater than 25 postedI/M 83.0115 Owner allowing pedicab to operate without decal 150I/M 83.0123 Operating pedicab when under eighteen years of 150 ageI/M 83.0124 Operating pedicab without a valid California driver’s 150 license SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO 2010 MISDEMEANOR AND INFRACTION BAIL SCHEDULE 72
  • 165. SAN DIEGO MUNICIPAL CODE cont’dI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PCI/M 83.0125 Operating pedicab without business tax certificate 150 I 83.0126(a) Operating pedicab during darkness without 25 adequate headlightM 83.0126(a) Operating pedicab during darkness without 150 adequate headlight I 83.0126(b) Operating pedicab during darkness without 25 adequate taillightsM 83.0126(b) Operating pedicab during darkness without 150 adequate taillightsI/M 83.0126(c) Operating pedicab without properly mounted 150 rearview mirrorsI/M 83.0126(d) Operating pedicab in an unsafe condition 150I/M 83.0129(a) Operating pedicab without proper insurance 150 I 83.0202(a) Interfere with traffic by standing in roadway 15 I 83.0202(b) Interfere with traffic by sitting in roadway 15 I 83.0203 Pedestrian standing in middle of sidewalk 15 I 83.0204 Pedestrian walking or crossing freeway 15 I 83.0205 Pedestrian on grade separation 15 I 83.0206 Riding bicycle on grade separation 15 I 83.0207 Riding or driving animals on grade separation 15I/M 84.08 Driving over fire hose 15 I 84.09(a), (b) Bicycling on sidewalk in front of business restricted 5 I 84.09(c) Bicycle rider must yield to pedestrian 50 I 85.04(a), (b) Commercial vehicles prohibited 50 M 98.0101 - Municipal Code which adopts State Housing Code 500 98.0114 RegulationsM 98.0201 - Mobile homes and commercial coaches: 150 98.0206 Special regulations and permits requiredM 103.0101 Zoning statutes 500 et seq.M 129.0602(a) - Unauthorized grading 500 (f) Pursuant to SDMC12.0201, the San Diego City Attorney’s Office reserves the right to file any SDMC misdemeanor violation not listed herein as either a misdemeanor or an infraction. All other San Diego Municipal Code violations not listed herein: If filed as an infraction shall be 50 If filed as a misdemeanor shall be 150 FOR MISDEMEANOR OR INFRACTION CHARGES NOT LISTED, SEE END OF RESPECTIVE CODE SECTION 73
  • 166. SAN DIEGO STATE UNIVERSITY (SDSU)I/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC I 100.02 Bicycles and skateboards prohibited in certain areas 25 SAN MARCOS CITY CODEI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC M 2.16.050 Campaign contribution violations and penalties 1,000 M 2.28 Emergency services - simulation of emergency 250 signals without authorityM 5.44 Massage establishments - operation without permit 1,000M 5.46 Bathhouses - operating without permit 1,000I 5.56 Swap meets 50 • 2nd offense 100 • 3rd offense 200 I 6.24 Animal control 250 • 2nd offense 500 • 3rd offense 1,000 I 6.24.080(a-c) Conditions of animal ownership - failure to comply 250 • 2nd offense 500 • 3rd offense 1,000M 6.24.080(d,e) Conditions of animal ownership - failure to comply 1,000M 6.24.090 Restraint of dogs - failure to appropriately restrain 1,000M 8.04 Food and food handlers - permit required 500M 8.20 Camps and picnic grounds - permit to operate 500I 8.24 Refrigeration plants - permit necessary to operate 250 • 2nd offense 500M • 3rd offense if convicted within 2 years from 1,000 date of first conviction is a misdemeanor I 8.28 Reduction plants - permit necessary to operate 250 • 2nd offense 500M • 3rd offense if convicted within 2 years from 1,000 date of first conviction is a misdemeanor I 8.36 Permits for apartments and hotels - permit 250 necessary to operate • 2nd offense 500M • 3rd offense if convicted within 2 years from 1,000 date of first conviction is a misdemeanor I 8.40 Swimming pools 250 • 2nd offense 500M • 3rd and subsequent offenses within 2 years 1,000 are misdemeanorsM 8.56 Septic tanks and seepage pits - permit necessary 500 for installation I 8.64 Accumulation of weeds and/or waste material 250 • 2nd offense 500 • 3rd offense 1,000 SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO 2010 MISDEMEANOR AND INFRACTION BAIL SCHEDULE 74
  • 167. SAN MARCOS CITY CODE cont’dI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC I 8.68.110 Unlawful collection 250 • 2nd offense 500 • 3rd offense 1,000 I 8.68.115 Abatement of unauthorized refuse containers 250 • 2nd offense 500 • 3rd offense 1,000M 8.70 Medical waste - permit required for storage and 1,000 disposal I 8.80 Smoking in public places 100 • 2nd offense 250 • 3rd offense 500 I 9.04.110 Parks – Violations and Penalties 250 • 2nd offense 500 • 3rd offense 1,000M All misdemeanors 1,000M 10.10 Youth access to tobacco - failure to comply with 1,000 code regulationsI/M 10.11.010 - Consumption of alcohol and controlled substances 250 10.11.070 by minors on public and private property • 2nd offense 500 • 3rd offense 1,000 I 10.22 Daytime loitering of juveniles in public places on 250 school days • 2nd offense 500 • 3rd offense 1,000M 10.23.010 - Intimidation free zones 250 10.23.040 • 2nd offense 500 • 3rd offense is a misdemeanor 1,000 I 10.24.050 Noise violation 250 • 2nd offense 500 • 3rd offense 1,000M 10.28 Security alarm systems 500I 10.32.040 Consuming or possessing alcoholic beverages in 50 public • 2nd offense 100M • 3rd offense is a misdemeanor 250M 10.32.50 Unauthorized presence in drainage channels, storm 250 water channels, culverts and/or canals • 2nd offense 500 • 3rd offense 1,000MI 10.42.010 Nudity, urination and defecation in public rights of 250 way and places open to the public • 2nd offense 500 • 3rd offense 1,000 I 12.12 Traffic control devices 100 • 2nd offense 200 • 3rd offense 250 FOR MISDEMEANOR OR INFRACTION CHARGES NOT LISTED, SEE END OF RESPECTIVE CODE SECTION 75
  • 168. SAN MARCOS CITY CODE cont’dI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC I 12.16 Motor vehicle operation 100 • 2nd offense 200 • 3rd offense 250M 12.20.120 Camping or remaining on public property 250 • 2nd offense 500 • 3rd offense 1,000M 12.20.130 Camping or remaining on private property without 250 permission • 2nd offense 500 • 3rd offense 1,000I 12.24 Pedestrian regulations 50M 12.24.040 Crossing roadways between uncontrolled 250 intersections designated by Traffic Safety Commission prohibited • 2nd offense 500 • 3rd offense 1000M 12.29 Prohibition of spectator at illegal speed contests or 1,000 exhibitions of speed I 12.36 Peak hour traffic management - failure to comply 50 with code • 2nd offense 100 • 3rd offense 250 I 14.04 Highways and traffic applications, permits/fees and 250 general provisions - failure to obtain permit • 2nd offense 500 • 3rd offense 1,000M 14.15 Storm water management and discharge control 1,000M 14.15.140 Failure to pay storm water management fee 1,000I 14.15.160 Storm water – other acts and omissions constituting 1,000 violations of this chapterM 14.15.170 Storm water management fee – failure to pay 1,000 violationM 16.08 Use and storage of trailers 1,000 • 2nd offense 1,000 • 3rd offense and subsequent 1,000M 17.32 Grading Code 1,000M 17.64 California Fire Code - failure to comply 1,000M Any violation of Title 19: subdivisions - failure to 500 comply with code re: real property (subdivisions)M Any violation of Title 20: zoning - failure to comply 500 with code re: real property (zoning) • 2nd and subsequent offenses 500 SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO 2010 MISDEMEANOR AND INFRACTION BAIL SCHEDULE 76
  • 169. SAN MARCOS CITY CODE cont’dI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC Pursuant to SMCC1.12.010, all other San Marcos City Code infraction violations not listed herein 250 • 2nd offense 500 • 3rd offense 1,000 All other San Marcos City Code misdemeanor violations not listed herein shall be 1,000 The fourth violation of the same Code infraction provision within a 12-month period constitutes a misdemeanor. 1,000 The city attorney may upgrade to a misdemeanor prior to the fourth violation SANTEE MUNICIPAL CODEI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC M 5.02.020 Business license 50 M 6.12.010 Conditions of animal ownership 100 M 9.60.030(b)(1) Loitering in and around transportation facilities 50 M 9.60.030(b)(2) Loitering in and around transportation facilities - 100 second offenseM 9.60.030(b)(3) Loitering in and around transportation facilities - 250 third offenseM 9.60.060(a)(1) Unlawful camping 50M 9.60.060(a)(2) Unlawful camping - second offense 100M 9.60.060(a)(3) Unlawful camping - third offense 250M 9.68.030(a)(1) Open container on public property 50M 9.68.030(a)(2) Open container on public property - second offense 100M 9.68.030(a)(3) Open container on public property - third offense 250M 9.68.030(b)(1) Open container in Mast Park 50M 9.68.030(b)(2) Open container in Mast Park - second offense 100M 9.68.030(b)(3) Open container in Mast Park - third offense 250M 9.68.060(a)(1) Open container on posted private property 50M 9.68.060(a)(2) Open container on posted private property - 100 second offenseM 9.68.060(a)(3) Open container on posted private property - third 250 offenseM 10.20.140(a)(1) Illegal lodging - private property 50M 10.20.140(a)(2) Illegal lodging - private property - second offense 100M 10.20.140(a)(3) Illegal lodging - private property - third offense 250M 10.20.150(a)(1) Illegal lodging - public property 50M 10.20.150(a)(2) Illegal lodging - public property - second offense 100 FOR MISDEMEANOR OR INFRACTION CHARGES NOT LISTED, SEE END OF RESPECTIVE CODE SECTION 77
  • 170. SANTEE MUNICIPAL CODE cont’dI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC M 10.20.150(a)(3) Illegal lodging - public property - third offense 250 M 15.20 Violation of fire code 500 M Any violation of the Zoning, Building or 500 Construction Code All other Santee Municipal Code infraction violations not listed herein shall be 20 All other Santee Municipal Code misdemeanor violations not listed herein shall be 50 SOLANA BEACH MUNICIPAL CODEI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC TITLE 7 Public Peace, Morals and WelfareM 7.20.010 Discharging firearms 2,500 TITLE 15 Building and ConstructionM 15.40.250(c) Unlawful grading 100 • 2nd offense 200 • 3rd offense 500 All Uniform Code violations are charged as misdemeanors and shall be 100 • 2nd offense 200 • 3rd offense 500 All Uniform Code violations shall require proof of compliance when appropriate. All Code violations shall be charged as a separate offense for each day committed (SBMC 1.16.010 C) All other Solana Beach Municipal Code violations, including San Diego County Codes and Zoning Ordinances adopted by reference, not listed herein, are infractions (unless charged as misdemeanors) and shall be 50 • 2nd offense 100 • 3rd offense 150 SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO 2010 MISDEMEANOR AND INFRACTION BAIL SCHEDULE 78
  • 171. SOUTHWESTERN COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT VEHICLE REGULATIONI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC I 207(a) Bicycle riding where prohibited 35 • Subsequent offense 50 I 208 Skateboard riding prohibited 35 • Subsequent offense 50 UNIFIED PORT DISTRICT CODEI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC M 4.01(a), (b), (c) Regulation of vessels - disabled, grounding and 125 beachedM 4.02 Regulation of vessels - berthing and mooring 100M 4.04 Reasonable speed of vessels or watercraft 50 • 2nd offense 100 • 3rd offense 500M 4.06 Mooring to aids to navigation 100 • 2nd offense 250 • 3rd offense 500M 4.07(a), (b) Mooring restrictions 50 • 2nd offense 100 • 3rd offense 250M 4.3(c)3 Exceed 5 mph in Glorietta Bay or Bay Bridge 50 mooring area • 2nd offense 100 • 3rd offense 500M 4.30(c)1 Illegal mooring/anchoring in South San Diego Bay 100 • 2nd offense 250 • 3rd offense 500M 4.30(c)3 Exceed 5 mph in South San Diego Bay 50 • 2nd offense 100 • 3rd offense 500M 4.35(c)1, 4 Central San Diego Bay aquatic activities regulated 50M 4.36(c)1 Illegal anchoring A-8 Anchorage/South San Diego 250 Bay • 2nd offense 500 • 3rd offense 1,000M 4.40(c)3 Speed in excess of 5 mph 50 • 2nd offense 100 • 3rd offense 500M 8.01(b) Underwater diving regulations for San Diego Bay 75M 8.02(a)8 In park after hours 50 • 2nd offense 100 • 3rd offense 200M 8.02(b)(3) Use of flying device/toy in park 150 • 2nd offense 300 • 3rd offense 500 FOR MISDEMEANOR OR INFRACTION CHARGES NOT LISTED, SEE END OF RESPECTIVE CODE SECTION 79
  • 172. UNIFIED PORT DISTRICT CODE cont’dI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC M 8.04(b) Commercial activity without a permit 50 • 2nd offense 100 • 3rd offense 200M 8.06(b) Consume alcoholic beverage on tidelands 50 • 2nd offense 50 • 3rd offense 100M 8.06(c) Possession of open alcoholic container 50 • 2nd offense 50 • 3rd offense 100 I 8.08(c) Smoking prohibited in public areas (parks/beaches) 25 I 8.08(d) Dispose of cigarette, cigar, tobaco, etc. in other than 25 designated waste disposalM 8.18(c) Unlawful camping on tidelands 150 • 2nd offense 300 • 3rd offense 500M 8.18(d) Unlawful storage of personal property on public 150 tidelands • 2nd offense 300 • 3rd offense 500M 8.22 Advertising or displaying boats for sale 10M 8.23 Sounding of sirens in harbor 10M 8.27(a), (b), (c) Aquatic activities regulated 50M 8.50(a) Unlawful dumping in San Diego Bay or Port District 100 property • 2nd offense 250 • 3rd offense 500 All other Unified Port District Code infraction violations shall be 10 All other Unified Port District Code misdemeanor violations shall be 50 UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SAN DIEGO (UCSD)I/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC I 600.02 Bicycles and skateboards prohibited in certain areas 25 I 600.03 Reckless or unsafe riding of bicycle or skateboard 50 I 600.08 Mandatory registration of bicycles on campus 10 VISTA MUNICIPAL CODEI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC M 5.04.050 No business license 150 M 5.16.030 No bingo license 50 SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO 2010 MISDEMEANOR AND INFRACTION BAIL SCHEDULE 80
  • 173. VISTA MUNICIPAL CODE cont’dI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC M 5.56.040 No massage technician license 250 • 2nd offense 500 • 3rd offense 1,000 I 5.64.140 Door to door solicitation, without employee ID card 100 • 2nd offense 250 • 3rd offense 500M 5.56.160 No massage therapist permit 150 • 2nd offense 250 • 3rd offense 500M 8.24.040 No food vending vehicle owner permit 250 • 2nd offense 500 • 3rd offense 1,000M 8.24.050 No food vending vehicle operator permit 150 • 2nd offense 250 • 3rd offense 500 I 8.28.020 Accumulation and storage of junk 50 • 2nd offense 100 • 3rd offense 250M 8.36.190A Violation of Nuisance Abatement Order 250M 8.36.190D Failure to vacate building declared to be a nuisance 250M 8.74.020 Unlawful sale of novelty lighter 250 • 2nd offense 500 • 3rd offense 1,000I 9.08.10 Violation of curfew allowed by parent or guardian 50M 9.16.010 Shooting firearms within the city 2,500M 9.32.030 Permitting minors to consume alcohol at party 200 • 2nd offense 500 • 3rd offense 1,000I 10.24.040 Ride or drive on sidewalk 26I 10.28.020 Pedestrians on streets and highways 26I 10.32.070 Repair or dismantle vehicle on street 33I 10.32.080 Repair vehicle in residential zone 33I 10.32.090 Cleaning vehicle in public street 26M 13.18.060 Unlawful discharge of pollutants 500M 13.18.070 Discharge in violation of storm water discharge permit 500M 13.18.080 Illicit connection to storm water systems 500 All other Vista Municipal Code violations not listed herein shall be 50 The third violation within a 12-month period constitutes a misdemeanor FOR MISDEMEANOR OR INFRACTION CHARGES NOT LISTED, SEE END OF RESPECTIVE CODE SECTION 81
  • 174. VISTA DEVELOPMENT CODEI/M SECTION DESCRIPTION BAIL PA CT PC M 16.08 Violations of the Uniform Building Code 500 M 16.12 Violations of Uniform Housing Code 500 M 16.16 Violations of Uniform Code for Abatement of 500 Dangerous BuildingsM 16.24 Violations of Uniform Mechanical Code 500M 16.28 Violations of National Electric Code 500M 16.32 Violations of Uniform Plumbing Code 500M 16.40 Violation of Uniform Fire Code 500I 18.46.020 Violations in industrial park zone 50 • 2nd offense 100 • 3rd offense 150 I 18.58.370 Illegal fences 50 • 2nd offense 100 • 3rd offense 150 I 18.58.470 Keeping of animals/poultry 50 • 2nd offense 100 • 3rd offense 150 I 18.58.480 Illegal home occupation 50 • 2nd offense 100 • 3rd offense 150 82
  • 175. SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO FELONY BAIL SCHEDULE INDEX 83
  • 176. PENAL CODESECTION OFFENSE PUNISHMENT BAIL 32 ACCESSORY 16, 2, 3, OR JAIL 20,000 37(a) TREASON DEATH OR LIFE NO BAIL 38 MISPRISION OF TREASON 16, 2, 3 10,000 67 BRIBE EXECUTIVE OFFICER 2, 3, 4 25,00067.5(b) BRIBE MINISTERIAL OFFICER 16, 2, 3 25,000 68(a) PUBLIC OFFICIAL ASK/RECEIVE BRIBE 2, 3, 4 25,000 69 OBSTRUCT EXECUTIVE OFFICER 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 71 THREATEN PUBLIC OFFICIAL/ETC 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 25,000 72 PRESENT FALSE CLAIM 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 76(a) THREATEN ELECTED OFFICIAL/ETC 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 100,000 85 GIVE BRIBE TO LEGISLATOR 2, 3, 4 50,000 86 LEGISLATOR RECEIVE BRIBE 2, 3, 4 50,000 92 BRIBE JUDICIAL OFFICER/JUROR/ETC 2, 3, 4 100,000 JUDICIAL OFFICER/JUROR ACCEPTING 93 2, 3, 4 100,000 BRIBE 95 INFLUENCE JUROR/ETC 16, 2, 3, OR FINE 25,000 95.1 THREATEN JUROR 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 25,000 96 MISCONDUCT OF JUROR/ETC 16, 2, 3 OR FINE 25,000 107 ESCAPE DETENTION 16, 2, 3 OR FINE 10,000 109 AID/ESCAPE TRAINING SCHOOL/ETC 16, 2, 3 OR FINE 10,000 110 AID ESCAPE OF INMATE 16, 2, 3 35,000 MANUFACTURE/ETC FALSE CITIZEN/ETC 113 5 YRS OR FINE 35,000 DOCUMENTS 114 USE FALSE CITIZEN/ETC DOCUMENTS 5 YRS OR FINE 50,000 115(a) OFFER FALSE INSTRUMENT FOR FILING/ETC 16, 2, 3 5,000115.5(b) FALSE STATEMENT NOTARY 16, 2, 3 5,000 116 TAMPERING WITH JURY LIST 16, 2, 3 25,000 117 FALSIFY JURY LIST 16, 2, 3 20,000 118(a) PERJURY 2, 3, 4 15,000 118a FALSE AFFIDAVIT - PERJURY 2, 3, 4 25,000 118.1 OFFICER FILES FALSE REPORT 1, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 127 SUBORNATION OF PERJURY 2, 3, 4 20,000 128 PERJURY INNOCENT PERSON EXECUTED DEATH OR LIFE NO BAIL 129 FALSE STATEMENT - OATH 2, 3, 4 10,000 132 OFFER FALSE EVIDENCE 16, 2, 3 10,000 FOR FELONY CHARGES NOT LISTED, SEE PAGE 119 85
  • 177. PENAL CODESECTION OFFENSE PUNISHMENT BAIL 134 PREPARE FALSE EVIDENCE 16, 2, 3 10,000136.1(c)(1) THREATEN WITNESS W/FORCE/VIOLENCE 2, 3, 4 75,000136.1(c)(2) ACT FURTHER CONSPIRACY 2, 3, 4 75,000136.1(c)(3) ACT BY PERSON CONVICTED 2, 3, 4 75,000136.1(c)(4) ACT FOR PECUNIARY GAIN 2, 3, 4 75,000 CARRY DEADLY WEAPON INTIMIDATE 136.5 16, 2, 3, OR JAIL 25,000 WITNESS/VICTIM PRISONER GIVE PRISONER WITNESS/VICTIM 136.7 16, 2, 3, OR JAIL 20,000 INFORMATION 137(a) INFLUENCE TESTIMONY BRIBE 16, 2, 3 25,000 137(b) GET FALSE TESTIMONY FORCE 2, 3, 4 25,000 138(a) BRIBE WITNESS 16, 2, 3 25,000 138(b) WITNESS RECEIVE BRIBE 16, 2, 3 25,000 139(a) FELON THREATEN FORCE/ETC WITNESS/ETC 2, 3, 4, OR JAIL 25,000 140 THREATEN FORCE/ETC WITNESS 2, 3, 4, OR JAIL 25,000 141(b) FALSE EVIDENCE/PEACE OFFICER 2, 3, 5 25,000 142(a) POLICE OFFICER REFUSE ARREST 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 146a(b) IMPERSONATE PUBLIC OFFICER 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 DISSEMINATION OF PUBLIC OFFICER 146e(b) 12, 2 3 20,000 INFORMATION CAUSING INJURY 148(b) TAKE NONFIREARM FROM POLICE 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 148(c) TAKE FIREARM FROM POLICE - RESISTING 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 25,000 148(d) ATTEMPT/TAKE FIREARM FROM POLICE 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 148.1(a) FALSE BOMB/ETC REPORT POLICE/ETC 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 25,000 148.1(b) FALSE BOMB REPORT POLICE 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 25,000 148.1(c) FALSE BOMB REPORT 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 25,000 148.1(d) GIVE/PLACE/ETC FALSE BOMB 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 25,000 148.3(b) FALSE REPORT EMERGENCY GBI/DEATH 16, 2, 3 OR FINE 10,000148.4(b)(1) FALSE FIRE ALARM GBI 16, 2, 3 OR FINE 10,000148.4(b)(2) FALSE FIRE ALARM DEATH 16, 2, 3 OR FINE 10,000148.10(a) RESIST POLICE OFFICER GBI OR DEATH 2, 3, 4 OR JAIL 50,000 149 ASSAULT BY PUBLIC OFFICER 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000151(a)(2) ADVOCATE KILL/INJURE PEACE OFFICER 16, 2, 3 25,000 153 COMPOUND/CONCEAL CRIME 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 154(b) DEBTOR HIDES/ETC PROPERTY 16, 2, 3 5,000 SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO 2010 FELONY BAIL SCHEDULE 86
  • 178. PENAL CODE SECTION OFFENSE PUNISHMENT BAIL 155(b) DEFENDANT HIDES/ETC PROPERTY 16, 2, 3 5,000 156 MISREPRESENT CHILD INHERIT 2, 3, 4 10,000 157 SUBSTITUTE CHILD 2, 3, 4 25,000 BRIBE - GIVE TO/RECEIVE BY - PUBLIC 165 2, 3, 4 25,000 OFFICIAL 168(a) DISCLOSE WARRANT PRIOR EXECUTED 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 5,000 171b(a) POSSESS WEAPON PUBLIC BLDG 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 25,000 171c POSSESS FIREARM PUBLIC BLDG 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 50,000 POSSESS FIREARM PUBLIC OFFICIAL 171d 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 50,000 RESIDENCE 181 INVOLUNTARY SERVITURE/SLAVERY 2, 3, 4 50,000 SAME AS 182 CONSPIRACY SAME AS CRIME CRIME SAME AS 182(a)(1) CONSPIRE COMMIT ANY CRIME SAME AS CRIME CRIME SAME AS 182(a)(2) CONSPIRE FALSELY INDICT ANOTHER SAME AS CRIME CRIME SAME AS 182(a)(3) CONSPIRE FALSELY MOVE/ETC SUIT/ETC SAME AS CRIME CRIME 182(a)(4) CONSPIRE DEFRAUD/ETC PERSON 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 SAME AS 182(a)(5) CONSPIRE ACT INJURIOUS PUBLIC HEALTH SAME AS CRIME CRIME 182(a)(6) CONSPIRE EXECUTIVE OFFICER 5, 7, 9 25,000 SAME AS 182.5 PROMOTING STREET GANG SAME AS CRIME CRIME 186.10(a) MONEY LAUNDERING 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 25,000 MULTIPLE FRAUD OR EMBEZZLEMENT LOSS186.11(a)(1) +2 100,000 > $100K - ENHANCEMENT MULTIPLE FRAUD OR EMBEZZLEMENT,186.11(a)(2) LOSSES GREATER THAN $500,000 - +2, 3, 5 500,000 ENHANCEMENT 186.22(a) PARTICIPATE STREET GANG 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 25,000 186.22(b) PARTICIPATE IN GANG FELONY +4, 5, 10 TO LIFE 100,000 186.22(d) GANG PURPOSE CRIME 16, 2, 3, OR JAIL 25,000 186.26(a) RECRUITING GANG MEMBER 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 25,000 186.26(b) RECRUITING GANG MEMBERS - THREATS 2, 3, 4 25,000 RECRUITING GANG MEMBERS - PHYSICAL 186.26(c) 3, 4, 5 35,000 VIOLENCE 186.26(d) RECRUITING GANG MEMBERS - MINOR +3 YRS 50,000 187(a) MURDER 15 YRS TO DEATH NO BAIL 191.5(a) GROSS VEHICLE MANSLAUGHTER 4, 6, 10 100,000 FOR FELONY CHARGES NOT LISTED, SEE PAGE 119 87
  • 179. PENAL CODESECTION OFFENSE PUNISHMENT BAIL VEHICLE MANSLAUGHTER DUI WITHOUT191.5(b) 16, 2, 4 OR JAIL 50,000 GROSS NEGLIGENCE 192(a) VOLUNTARY MANSLAUGHTER 3, 6, 11 100,000 192(b) INVOLUNTARY MANSLAUGHTER 2, 3, 4 25,000 VEHICLE MANSLAUGHTER WITH GROSS192(c)(1) 2, 4, 6 OR JAIL 50,000 NEGLIGENCE CAUSE VEHICLE COLLISION/FALSE192(c)(3) 4, 6, 10 100,000 CLAIM/DEATH VEHICLE MANSLAUGHTER VESSEL WITH192.5(a) 4, 6, 10 100,000 GROSS NEGLIGENCE MANSLAUGHTER WITH VESSEL - WITHOUT192.5(b) 16, 2, 4 50,000 GROSS NEGLIGENCE VEHICLE MANSLAUGHTER VESSEL -192.5(c) 2, 4, 6 OR JAIL 50,000 ALCOHOL/DRUGS WITH GROSS NELIGENCE 203 MAYHEM 2, 4, 8 50,000 205 AGGRAVATED MAYHEM LIFE 500,000 206 TORTURE LIFE 500,000 207(a) KIDNAPPING 3, 5, 8 100,000 207(c) KIDNAP WITH FEAR 3, 5, 8 100,000 207(d) KIDNAP BY FORCE/FRAUD 3, 5, 8 100,000 208(b) KIDNAP CHILD UNDER 14 5, 8, 11 500,000 209(a) KIDNAP FOR RANSOM LIFE NO BAIL KIDNAP COMMIT ROBBERY/RAPE/SEX 209(b) LIFE NO BAIL OFFENSE209.5(a) KIDNAP DURING CARJACK LIFE 500,000 210 POSE KIDNAPPER EXTORT 2, 3, 4 25,000 210.5 USE PERSON AS SHIELD 3, 5, 8 50,000 ST ROBBERY – 1 DEGREE (INHABITED DWELLING; VICTIM PERFORMING DUTIES OR 211 3, 4, 6 100,000 PASSENGER; AFTER USE AUTOMATED TELLER) PER PC 215.5(a) OR (b) ROBBERY – 1ST DEGREE IN CONCERT PER 211 3, 6, 9 100,000 PC213(a)(1)(A) 211 ROBBERY SECOND DEGREE 2, 3, 5 50,000 213(b) ATTEMPTED ROBBERY 16, 2, 3 25,000 214 TRAIN ROBBERY 16, 2, 3 20,000 215(a) CARJACKING 3, 5, 9 75,000217.1(a) ASSAULT PUBLIC OFFICIAL 16, 2, 3, OR JAIL 25, 000217.1(b) ATTEMPT MURDER PUBLIC OFFICIAL 15 YRS TO LIFE 1,000,000 218 ATTEMPT TRAIN WRECK LIFE W/O PAROLE NO BAIL SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO 2010 FELONY BAIL SCHEDULE 88
  • 180. PENAL CODESECTION OFFENSE PUNISHMENT BAIL OBSTRUCTION OF TRACKS CAUSING 2, 3 OR 4 OR 218.1 100,000 DAMAGE OR INJURY JAIL 1 YR + 2,500 219 TRAIN WRECKING DEATH OR LIFE NO BAIL THROW OBJECT AT COMMUTER/CARRIER 219.1 2, 4, 6 50,000 VEHICLE 219.2 THROW OBJECT AT TRAIN 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 50,000 220(a) ASSAULT COMMIT RAPE, ETC. 2, 4, 6 50,000 LIFE WITH ASSAULT COMMIT RAPE, ETC. DURING 220(b) POSSIBLE 1,000,000 BURGLARY FIRST DEGREE PAROLE 222 GIVE DRUGS AID IN FELONY 16, 2, 3 25,000 236 FALSE IMPRISON WITH VIOLENCE 16, 2, 3 50,000 HUMAN236.1(a) TRAFFICKING/PROSTITUTION/FORCED 3, 4, 5 500,000 LABOR HUMAN236.1(c) TRAFFICKING/PROSTITUTION/FORCED 4, 6, 8 500,000 LABOR – VICTIM UNDER AGE 18 241.1 ASSAULT CUSTODIAL OFFICER 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 241.4 ASSAULT SCHOOL POLICE OFFICER 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 241.7 ASSAULT JURORS 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 25,000243(c)(1) BATTERY W/INJURY ON FIREFIGHTER/ETC. 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 25,000243(c)(2) BATTERY W/INJURY ON POLICE/ETC 16, 2 ,3 OR JAIL 25,000 243(d) BATTERY W/SER. INJURY ON PERSON 2, 3, 4 OR JAIL 35,000 243.1 BATTERY ON CUSTODIAL OFFICER 16, 2, 3 25,000 BATTERY W/INJURY ON TRANSP. 243.3 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 25,000 PERSON/PASSENGER243.4(a) SEXUAL BATTERY 2, 3, 4 OR JAIL 25,000 SEXUAL BATTERY MEDICAL INSTITUTION243.4(b) 2, 3, 4 OR JAIL 25,000 PERSON SEXUAL BATTERY FRAUDULENT243.4(c) 2, 3, 4 OR JAIL 25,000 REPRESENTATION SEXUAL BATTERY – MEDICAL INSTITUTION243.4(d) 2, 3, 4 OR JAIL 25,000 ON A RESTRAINED PERSON BATTERY WITH INJURY ON SCHOOL 243.6 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 25,000 EMPLOYEE BATTERY BY GASSING PEACE OFFICER,243.9(a) 2, 3, 4 OR JAIL 25,000 ETC. 244 ASSAULT W/CAUSTIC CHEMICAL/ETC 2, 3, 4 50,000 ASSAULT W/STUNGUN/ LESS LETHAL244.5(b) 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 25,000 WEAPON ASSAULT W/STUNGUN/ LESS LETHAL244.5(c) 2, 3, 4 OR JAIL 50,000 WEAPON ON POLICE245(a)(1) ADW NO FIREARM W/FORCE: GBI LIKELY 2, 3, 4 OR JAIL 30,000 FOR FELONY CHARGES NOT LISTED, SEE PAGE 119 89
  • 181. PENAL CODESECTION OFFENSE PUNISHMENT BAIL245(a)(2) ASSAULT WITH FIREARM 2, 3, 4 OR JAIL 50,000245(a)(3) ASSAULT WITH MACHINE GUN 4, 8, 12 100,000 245(b) ASSAULT WITH SEMIAUTO FIREARM 3, 6, 9 100,000 245(c) ADW NO FIREARM POLICE/FIRE: GBI LIKELY 3, 4, 5 50,000245(d)(1) ASSAULT WITH FIREARM POLICE 4, 6, 8 100,000245(d)(2) ASSAULT W/SEMIAUTO FIREARM/POLICE 5, 7, 9 100,000245(d)(3) ASSAULT W/MACHINE GUN/POLICE 6, 9, 12 100,000 245.2 ADW TRANSPORT PERSON/ETC 3, 4, 5 30,000 245.3 ADW CUSTODIAL OFFICER 3, 4, 5 30,000245.5(a) ADW SCHOOL EMPLOYEE GBI LIKELY 3, 4, 5 OR JAIL 30,000245.5(b) ASSAULT W/FIREARM SCHOOL EMPLOYEE 4, 6, 8 OR JAIL 35,000245.5(c) ASSAULT W/STUNGUN SCHOOL EMPLOYEE 2, 3, 4 OR JAIL 25,000 246 SHOOT AT INHABITED DWELLING/VEHICLE 3, 5, 7 OR JAIL 75,000 ILLEGAL FIREARM DISCHARGE WITH 246.3 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 25,000 NEGLIGENCE 247(a) SHOOT UNOCCUPIED AIRCRAFT 16, 2, 3 15,000 247(b) SHOOT UNOCCUPIED DWELLING/VEHICLE 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 30,000 247.5 DISCHARGE LASER OCCUPIED AIRCRAFT 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 25,000261(a)(1) RAPE: INCAPABLE OF CONSENT 3, 6, 8 75,000261(a)(2) RAPE: FORCE/FEAR 3, 6, 8 75,000261(a)(3) RAPE: DRUGGED VICTIM 3, 6, 8 75,000261(a)(4) RAPE UNCONSCIOUS VICTIM 3, 6, 8 75,000261(a)(5) RAPE: VICTIM THINKS SPOUSE 3, 6, 8 75,000261(a)(6) RAPE: THREAT RETALIATION 3, 6, 8 75,000261(a)(7) RAPE: THREAT AUTHORITY/ARREST 3, 6, 8 75,000261.5(a) SEX WITH MINOR UNDER 18 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000261.5(c) SEX WITH MINOR 3+ YEARS YOUNGER 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000261.5(d) SEX WITH MINOR UNDER 16 PERSON 21+ 2, 3, 4 OR JAIL 25,000262(a)(1) RAPE/SPOUSE/W FORCE, ETC. 3, 6, 8 75,000 RAPE/SPOUSE UNDER CONTROLLED262(a)(2) 3, 6, 8 75,000 SUBSTANCE/ETC.262(a)(3) RAPE SPOUSE/UNCONSCIOUS VICTIM 3, 6, 8 75,000262(a)(4) RAPE SPOUSE/THREAT RETALIATION 3, 6, 8 75,000262(a)(5) RAPE SPOUSE, THREAT AUTHORITY/ARREST 3, 6, 8 75,000 SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO 2010 FELONY BAIL SCHEDULE 90
  • 182. PENAL CODESECTION OFFENSE PUNISHMENT BAIL 264.1 RAPE/ETC IN CONCERT/FORCE 5, 7, 9 100,000 266 ENTICE MINOR FEMALE PROSTITUTE 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 30,000 266a TAKE PERSON TO PROSTITUTE 16, 2, 3 OR FINE 30,000 266b TAKE PERSON FOR ILLICIT RELATIONSHIP 16, 2, 3 30,000 INDUCE SEX ACT FALSE REPRESENTATION 266c 2, 3, 4 30,000 CAUSE FEAR 266d PAY PROCURE PERSON TO COHABITATE 16, 2, 3 20,000 266f SELL PERSON ILLICIT USE 16, 2, 3 20,000 266g PROSTITUTE WIFE 2, 3, 4 20,000 266h(a) PIMPING 3, 4, 6 50,000266h(b)(1) PIMPING MINOR OVER 16 3, 4, 6 50,000266h(b)(2) PIMPING MINOR UNDER 16 3, 6, 8 75,000 266i(a) PANDERING 3, 4, 6 50,000266i(b)(1) PANDERING MINOR OVER 16 3, 4, 6 50,000266I(b)(2) PANDERING MINOR UNDER 16 3, 6, 8 75,000 266j PROCURE UNDER 16 FOR L&L 3, 6, 8 AND FINE 50,000 267 ABDUCT MINOR TO PROSTITUTE 16, 2, 3 AND FINE 20,000 AGGRAVATED SEXUAL ASSAULT CHILD-269(a)(1) 15 YEARS TO LIFE NO BAIL RAPE AGGRAVATED SEXUAL ASSAULT CHILD/IN269(a)(2) 15 YRS TO LIFE NO BAIL CONCERT AGGRAVATED SEXUAL ASSAULT269(a)(3) 15 YRS TO LIFE NO BAIL CHILD/SODOMY/FORCE AGGRAVATED SEXUAL ASSAULT269(a)(4) 15 YRS TO LIFE NO BAIL CHILD/ORAL COP/FORCE AGGRAVATED SEXUAL ASSAULT MINOR269(a)(5) 15 YRS TO LIFE NO BAIL FOREIGN OBJECT 271 DESERTS CHILD 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 25,000 271a ABANDONS CHILD 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 25,000 273a(a) CHILD CRUELTY POSSIBLE INJURY/DEATH 2, 4, 6 OR JAIL 100,000 ASSAULT CHILD/GBI LIKELY/DEATH 273ab 25 YRS TO LIFE NO BAIL RESULTS 273d(a) INFLICT INJURY ON CHILD 2, 4, 6 OR JAIL 50,000 273.5(a) CORPORAL INJURY SPOUSE/ETC 2, 3, 4 OR JAIL 25,000273.5(e)(1) CORPORAL INJURY SPOUSE/ETC W/PRIOR 2, 4, 5 50,000273.5(e)(2) CORPORAL INJURY SPOUSE/ETC W/PRIOR 2, 3, 4 50,000 VIOLATION OF PROTECTIVE ORDER W/PRIOR 273.6(d) 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 50,000 – 7 YEARS VIOLATION OF PROTECTIVE ORDER 273.6(e) 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 50,000 W/INJURY W/PRIOR – 1 YEAR FOR FELONY CHARGES NOT LISTED, SEE PAGE 119 91
  • 183. PENAL CODESECTION OFFENSE PUNISHMENT BAIL 278 CHILD STEALING 2, 3, 4 OR JAIL 25,000 278.5 VIOLATION CUSTODY DECREE 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 25,000 280(b) CONCEAL ADOPTABLE CHILD OUT OF STATE 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 25,000 281(a) BIGAMY 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 284 MARRY SPOUSE OF ANOTHER 16, 2, 3 OR FINE 15,000 285 INCEST 16, 2, 3 35,000286(b)(1) SODOMY UNDER 18 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 50,000286(b)(2) SODOMY UNDER 16 16, 2, 3 50,000 SODOMY UNDER 14/MORE THAN 10 YEARS286(c)(1) 3, 6, 8 100,000 YOUNGER286(c)(2) SODOMY/FORCE 3, 6, 8 50,000286(c)(3) SODOMY/THREAT RETALIATION 3, 6, 8 50,000 286(d) SODOMY IN CONCERT 5, 7, 9 50,000 286(e) SODOMY IN PRISON/JAIL 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 25,000 286(f) SODOMY VICTIM UNCONSCIOUS 3, 6, 8 50,000 286(g) SODOMY VICTIM INCAPABLE GIVE CONSENT 3, 6, 8 50,000 286(h) SODOMY VICTIM MENTAL FACILITY 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 50,000 286(i) SODOMY VICTIM DRUGGED 3, 6, 8 50,000 286(j) SODOMY VICTIM THINKS SPOUSE 3, 6, 8 50,000 286(k) SODOMY THREAT AUTHORITY 3, 6, 8 50,000 288(a) L & L UNDER 14 3, 6, 8 100,000288(b)(1) L & L WITH FORCE 3, 6, 8 100,000288(b)(2) L & L W/DEPENDENT ADULT W/FORCE 3, 6, 8 100,000288(c)(1) L & L WITH 14/15 1, 2, 3 OR JAIL 25,000288(c)(2) L & L WITH DEPENDENT ADULT 1, 2, 3 OR JAIL 25,000 288.2(a) SEND LEWD MATERIAL TO MINOR 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 25,000 SEND LEWD MATERIAL TO MINOR/EMAIL- 288.2(b) 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 25,000 INTERNET 288.5(a) CONTINUED SEX ABUSE OF CHILD 6, 12, 16 250,000288a(b)(1) ORAL COPULATION UNDER 18 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 25,000288a(b)(2) ORAL COPULATION UNDER 16 16, 2, 3 50,000288a(c)(1) ORAL COPULATION/UNDER 14/10 OVER 3, 6, 8 100,000288a(c)(2) ORAL COPULATION/FORCE 3, 6, 8 100,000288a(c)(3) ORAL COPULATION/THREAT RETALIATION 3, 6, 8 100,000 SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO 2010 FELONY BAIL SCHEDULE 92
  • 184. PENAL CODESECTION OFFENSE PUNISHMENT BAIL288a(d)(1) ORAL COPULATION IN CONCERT WITH 5, 7, 9 100,000 FORCE288a(d)(2) ORAL COPULATION IN CONCERT 5, 7, 9 100,000 THREAT/RETALIATION288a(d)(3) ORAL COPULATION IN CONCERT/VICTIM 5, 7, 9 100,000 INCAPABLE OF CONSENT 288a(e) ORAL COPULATION IN PRISON 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 288a(f) ORAL COPULATION VICTIM UNCONSCIOUS 3, 6, 8 50,000 OF ACT 288a(g) ORAL COPULATION VICTIM INCAPABLE GIVE 3, 6, 8 50,000 CONSENT 288a(h) ORAL COPULATION VICTIM STATE HOSPITAL 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 25,000 ORAL COPULATION VICTIM 288a(i) 3, 6, 8 100,000 INTOXICATED/ETC 288a(j) ORAL COPULATION/VICTIM THINKS SPOUSE 3, 6, 8 50,000 288a(k) ORAL COPULATION/THREAT AUTHORITY 3, 6, 8 50,000289(a)(1) SEX FOREIGN OBJECT/FORCE 3, 6, 8 50,000 SEX FOREIGN OBJECT/THREAT289(a)(2) 3, 6, 8 50,000 RETALIATION SEX FOREIGN OBJECT INCAPABLE GIVE 289(b) 3, 6, 8 50,000 CONSENT 289(c) SEX FOREIGN OBJECT PERSON/VICTIM 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 25,000 MENTAL FACILITY 289(d) SEX FOREIGN OBJECT VICTIM UNAWARE 3, 6, 8 50,000 289(e) SEX FOREIGN OBJECT VICTIM DRUGGED 3, 6, 8 50,000 SEX FOREIGN OBJECT VICTIM THINK 289(f) 3, 6, 8 50,000 SPOUSE 289(g) SEX FOREIGN OBJECT/THREAT AUTHORITY 3, 6, 8 50,000 289(h) SEX FOREIGN OBJECT UNDER 18 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 25,000 289(i) SEX FOREIGN OBJECT UNDER 16 16, 2, 3 50,000 SEX FOREIGN OBJECT UNDER 14/MORE 289(j) 3, 6, 8 75,000 THAN 10 YEARS YOUNGER EMPLOYEE SEX CONFINED ADULT WITH 289.6 16, 2, 3 25,000 CONSENT W/PRIOR290.018(b) FAIL TO REGISTER SEX OFFENDER 16, 2, 3 25,000 FAIL REGISTER SEXUALLY VIOLENT290.018(f) 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 50,000 PREDATOR 311.1(a) SEND/ETC OBSCENE MATERIAL OF MINOR 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 25,000 311.2(a) SEND/ETC OBSCENE MATERIAL W/PRIOR 16, 2, 3 35,000 BRING/DISTRIBUTE OBSCENE MATERIAL OF 311.2(b) 2, 3, 6 OR FINE 50,000 MINOR 311.2(c) OBSCENE MATERIAL OF MINOR TO ADULT 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 25,000 311.2(d) OBSCENE MATERIAL OF MINOR TO MINOR 16, 2, 3 35,000 FOR FELONY CHARGES NOT LISTED, SEE PAGE 119 93
  • 185. PENAL CODESECTION OFFENSE PUNISHMENT BAIL 311.3(d) DEPICT SEX CONDUCT MINOR W/PRIOR 16, 2, 3 25,000 311.4(a) USE/ETC MINOR OBSCENE MATERIAL 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 25,000 USE/ETC MINOR COMMERCIAL OBSCENE 311.4(b) 3, 6, 8 50,000 MATERIAL 311.4(c) USE/ETC MINOR OBSCENE MATERIAL 16, 2, 3 25,000 ADVERTISE/ETC OBSCENE MATERIAL 311.5 16, 2, 3 25,000 W/PRIOR REQUIRE ACCEPT OBSCENE MATTER 311.7 16, 2, 3 25,000 W/PRIOR311.10(a) ADVERTISE OBSCENE MATERIAL OF MINOR 2, 3, 4 OR JAIL 25,000 OBSCENE MATTER OF MINOR SEX ACT311.11(b) 2, 4, 6 25,000 W/PRIOR 313.1(a) SELL/ETC HARM MATTER MINOR W/PRIOR 16, 2, 3 25,000 FAKE PARENT OF MINOR SEE HARM MATTER 313.1(b) 16, 2, 3 25,000 W/PRIOR HARM MATTER PUBLIC VENDING MACHINE313.1(c)(1) 16, 2, 3 25,000 W/PRIOR HARM MATTER UNSUPERVISED VENDING313.1(c)(2) 16, 2, 3 25,000 MACHINE W/PRIOR 314.1 INDECENT EXPOSURE W/PRIOR 16, 2, 3 25,000 INDECENT EXPOSURE ILLEGAL ENTER 314.1 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 25,000 OCCUPIED DWELLING/ETC 327 ENDLESS CHAIN SCHEME 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 332(a) OBTAIN MONEY BY FRAUD/ETC 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 334 HIDDEN DEVICE TO DEFRAUD 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 337 GAMING VIOLATION 16, 2, 3 10,000 337a(a)1 POOL SELLING/BOOKMAKING 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 337a(a)2 KEEP BOOKMAKING PREMISES 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 337a(a)3 HOLD GAMBLING STAKES 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 337a(a)4 RECORD BETS/WAGERS 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 337a(a)5 KEEP GAMBLING PREMISES 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 337a(a)6 ACCEPT WAGERS 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 337b BRIBE SPORT CONTESTANT 16, 2, 3 OR FINE 10,000 337c CONTESTANT ACCEPT BRIBE 16, 2, 3 OR FINE 10,000 337d OFFER BRIBE UMPIRE/ETC 16, 2, 3 OR FINE 10,000 337e UMPIRE/ETC ACCEPT BRIBE 16, 2, 3 OR FINE 10,000 337f(a) CONSPIRE AFFECT RESULTS RACEHORSE 16, 2, 3 25,000 337f(b) STIMULATE/DEPRESS HORSE 16, 2, 3 25,000 337f(c) ENTER DRUGGED RACEHORSE 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO 2010 FELONY BAIL SCHEDULE 94
  • 186. PENAL CODESECTION OFFENSE PUNISHMENT BAIL337f(d) ENTER RACEHORSE FICTITIOUS NAME 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 337i TRANSMIT RACE RESULTS 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 337.3 USE RACE OFFICIAL NAME 16, 2, 3 OR FINE 10,000 337.4 TOUT OBTAIN +$400 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 337.7 USE RACE LICENSE FRAUDULENT 16, 2, 3 OR FINE 10,000 337.8 USE CREDENTIAL TO TOUT 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000347(a)(1) POISON FOOD/DRINK 2, 4, 5 50,000 POISON FOOD/DRINK WITH GBI OR DEATH347(a)(2) +3 50,000 POSSIBLE 347(b) FALSE REPORT OF POISON 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 350(a) MANUFACTURE/ETC COUNTERFEIT MARK 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 350(b) MANUFACTURE/ETC COUNTERFEIT W/PRIOR 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 CRUELTY TO ELDER/DEPENDENT ADULT -368(b)(1) 2, 3, 4 OR JAIL 100,000 GREAT BODILY INJURY/DEATH LIKELY 368(d) STEAL ELDER/DEPENDANT ADULT $950+ 2, 3, 4 OR JAIL 50,000 STEAL ELDER/DEPENDANT ADULT BY 368(e) 2, 3, 4 OR JAIL 50,000 CARETAKER $950+ ELDER/DEPENDANT ADULT - FALSE 368(f) 2, 3, 4 50,000 IMPRISONMENT374.8(b) DUMP HAZARD SUBSTANCE ROAD/WATER 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 25,000 375(a) RELEASE SUBTANCE PUBLIC 16, 2, 3 20,000 375(d) USE TEAR/MUSTARD GAS 16, 2, 3 20,000 382.5 SALE DINITROPHENOL 16, 2, 3 OR FINE 20,000 SALE PREPARATION CONTAIN 382.6 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 DIPHENYLAMINE/ETC. UNSAFE BUS PRACTICE CAUSE GREAT 387(a) 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 25,000 BODILY INJURY/DEATH 399(a) OWNER’S ANIMAL CAUSE DEATH 16, 2, 3 25,000 399(b) OWNER’S ANIMAL CAUSE SERIOUS INJURY 16, 2 ,3 25,000399.5(a) ATTACK DOG BITES TWO PEOPLE 2, 3, 4 OR JAIL 25,000 401 AID SUICIDE 16, 2, 3 15,000 405a LYNCHING 2, 3, 4 25,000 417(b) EXHIBIT LOADED FIREARM @ DAYCARE 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 EXHIBIT FIREARM PRESENCE UNIFORMED 417(c) 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 25,000 PEACE OFFICER 417.3 EXHIBIT FIREARM PERSON IN VEHICLE 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000417.6(a) EXHIBIT FIREARM W/GBI 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 417.8 EXHIBIT FIREARM RESIST ARREST 2, 3, 4 50,000 FOR FELONY CHARGES NOT LISTED, SEE PAGE 119 95
  • 187. PENAL CODE SECTION OFFENSE PUNISHMENT BAIL THREAT COMMIT CRIME CAUSE 422 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 50,000 DEATH/GREAT BODILY INJURY CIVIL RIGHTS VIOLATION CAUSE INJURY TO 422.7(a) 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 15,000 PERSON CIVIL RIGHTS VIOLATION CAUSE PROPERTY 422.7(b) 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 DAMAGE 422.75(a) OTHER FELONY/MOTIVE HATE +1, 2, 3 20,000 422.75(b) OTHER FELONY/MOTIVE HATE +2, 3, 4 20,000 422.75(c) OTHER FELONY IN CONCERT/MOTIVE HATE +2, 3, 4 25,000 424(a) EMBEZZLEMENT PUBLIC OFFICER 2, 3, 4 10,000 425 FAIL TO PAY PUBLIC MONEY 16, 2, 3 10,000 451(a) ARSON CAUSE GBI 5, 7, 9 75,000 451(b) ARSON INHABITED STRUCTURE 3, 5, 8 75,000 451(c) ARSON FOREST LAND 2, 4, 6 75,000 451(d) ARSON PROPERTY 16, 2, 3 50,000 451.5(a)(1) AGGRAVATED ARSON W/PRIOR 10 YRS TO LIFE 500,000451.5(a)(2)(A) AGGRAVATED ARSON – DAMAGE +$6,500,000 10 YRS TO LIFE 500,000 AGGRAVATED ARSON – DESTROY 5/MORE 451.5(a)(3) 10 YRS TO LIFE 500,000 INHABITED RESIDENCES 452(a) CAUSE FIRE CAUSE GBI 2, 4, 6 OR JAIL 75,000 452(b) CAUSE FIRE INHABITED STRUCTURE 2, 3, 4 OR JAIL 50,000 452(c) CAUSE FIRE FOREST 16, 2, 3 50,000 453(a) POSSESS ARSON MATERIAL 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 50,000 453(b) POSSESS FIREBOMBS 16, 2, 3 50,000 454(a) ARSON STATE EMERGENCY 3, 5, 7 OR 5, 7, 9 75,000 455 ATTEMPT/AID ARSON 16, 2, 3 25,000 459 BURGLARY – FIRST DEGREE PUR PC460(a) 2, 4, 6 50,000 459 BURGLARY – SECOND DEGREE PUR 460(b) 16, 2, 3, OR JAIL 25,000 463 BURGLARY STATE EMERGENCY 16, 2, 3, OR JAIL +15,000 464 BURGLARY WITH EXPLOSIVES 3, 5, 7 50,000 470(a) FORGERY 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 FORGING DRIVER’S LICENSE, 470a 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 IDENTIFICATION CARD 470b POSSESS FORGED DRIVER’S LICENSE/ID 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 471 FALSE ENTRIES IN RECORDS 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 472 FORGE OFFICIAL SEAL 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO 2010 FELONY BAIL SCHEDULE 96
  • 188. PENAL CODE SECTION OFFENSE PUNISHMENT BAIL SEND FORGED MESSAGE 474 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 TELEPHONE/TELEGRAPH POSSESS FORGED PAPER W/INTENT TO 475(a) 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 DEFRAUD/PASS POSSESS INCOMPLETE CHECK/ETC 475(b) 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 W/INTENT TO DEFRAUD/COMPLETE POSSESS COMPLETED CHECK/ETC 475(c) 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 W/INTENT TO DEFRAUD/PASS 476 MAKE FICTITIOUS CHECK 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 476a(a) NONSUFFICIENT FUNDS CHECK 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 477 COUNTERFEITING 2, 3, 4 25,000 479 POSSESS COUNTERFEIT COIN 2, 3, 4 15,000 480(a) MAKE/POSSESS COUNTERFEIT PLATES 2, 3, 4 15,000 481 FORGE RAILROAD/STEAMSHIP TICKETS 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 481.1(a) COUNTERFEIT FARE MEDIA 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 483.5(a) MANUFACTURE/ETC FALSE DOCUMENT 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 484c OBTAIN FUNDS FALSE VOUCHER $400+ 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 484e(a) SELL/ETC ACCESS CARD FRAUD/ETC 16, 2, 3 20,000 484e(b) GRAND THEFT ACCESS CARD 4+ PERSON 16, 2, 3 20,000 ACQUIRE ACCESS CARD ACCOUNT 484e(d) 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 INFORMATION/DEFRAUD 484f(a) FORGE ACCESS CARD DEFRAUD 16, 2, 3 20,000 484f(b) FORGE NAME ACCESS/CARD/ETC 16, 2, 3 20,000 484g(a) USE FORGED/EXPIRED ACCESS CARD $950+ 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 OBTAIN VALUE ON UN-ISSUED ACCESS 484g(b) 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 CARD $950+ 484h(a) ACCEPT BAD ACCESS CARD/PAPER $950+ 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 FALSELY PRESENT EVIDENCE OF ACCESS 484h(b) 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 CARD TRANSACTION 484i(b) MAKE/ALTER ACCESS CARD INFORMATION 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 484i(c) MAKE/POSSESS ACCESS CARD EQUIPMENT 16, 2, 3 20,000 484.1(a) FALSE IDENTITY PAWN BROKER $400+ 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 485 APPROPRIATES LOST PROPERTY $400+ 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 487(a) GRAND THEFT PROPERTY/ETC $400+ 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000487(b)(1)(A) GRAND THEFT FOWL/FRUIT/ETC $250+ 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 487(b)(2) GRAND THEFT FISH/SHELLFISH/ETC $250+ 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 487(b)(3) GRAND THEFT SERVANT/ETC $950+ 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 487(c) GRAND THEFT FROM PERSON 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 25,000 FOR FELONY CHARGES NOT LISTED, SEE PAGE 119 97
  • 189. PENAL CODE SECTION OFFENSE PUNISHMENT BAIL 487(d) GRAND THEFT AUTO/GUN/ANIMAL/ETC 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 25,000 487a(a) GRAND THEFT ANIMAL CARCASS 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 487a(b) GRAND THEFT CARCASS PORTION 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 487b GRAND THEFT REAL ESTATE $100+ 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 487d GRAND THEFT GOLD DUST/ETC 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 487e GRAND THEFT DOG $950+ 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 487g GRAND THEFT ANIMAL FOR SALE 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 487h GRAND THEFT CARGO $950+ 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 487i GRAND THEFT PUBLIC HOUSING $400+ 16,2,3 OR JAIL 20,000 495 REMOVE PART OF REALTY $400+ 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 496(a) RECEIVE STOLEN PROPERTY $950+ 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 496(b) DEALER NOT DETERMINE OWNER $950+ 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 RECEIVES RAILROAD/TELEGRAPH/ETC 496a(a) 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 MATERIALS 496(c) COPY/ETC TITLE INFORMATION $400+ 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 496d RECEIVE STOLEN VEHICLE/TRAILER/VESSEL 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL, 25,000 UNLAWFUL SALVAGE OF FIRE HYDRANT OR 496e 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 CONNECTION 497 BRING STOLEN PROPERTY INTO STATE 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 498(d) THEFT UTILITY SERVICE $950+ 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 499c(b) THEFT TRADE SECRET $100+ 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 499c(c) SOLICIT THEFT TRADE SECRET 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 499d THEFT AIRCRAFT 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000502(c)(1)(A) ACCESS COMPUTER ALTER DATA - DECEIVE 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 ACCESS COMPUTER ALTER DATA - OBTAIN502(c)(1)(B) 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 MONEY 502(c)(2) UNAUTHORIZED USE COMPUTER DATA 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 USE COMPUTER WITHOUT PERMISSION 502(c)(3) 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 $950+ 502(c)(4) UNAUTHORIZED ALTER COMPUTER DATA 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 502(c)(5) DISRUPT/DENY COMPUTER SERVICES 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 PROVIDE/ASSIST ACCESSING COMPUTER 502(c)(6) 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 SYSTEM/NETWORK $5,000+ 502(c)(7) ACCESS COMPUTER SYSTEM $5,000+ 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 INTRODUCE COMPUTER 502(c)(8) 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 CONTAMINANT/INJURY 502.5 REMOVE STRUCTURE/FIXTURE $400+ 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO 2010 FELONY BAIL SCHEDULE 98
  • 190. PENAL CODESECTION OFFENSE PUNISHMENT BAIL TELEPHONE SERVICE/AVOIDING LAWFUL502.7(a)(1) 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 CHARGE MAKE/ETC INSTRUMENT/ETC TO OBTAIN502.7(b)(1) 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 TELEPHONE DEVICE PROVIDE PLANS TO MAKE TELEPHONE502.7(b)(2) 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 DEVICE/FRAUD ALLOW FRAUDULENT USE OF CALLING 502.7(d) 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 CARD USE TELECOMMUNICATION DEVICE PAY NO 502.8(c) 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 FEES W/PRIOR SELL/ETC ILLEGAL TELECOMMUNICATION 502.8(d) 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 DEVICE POSSESS 10+ TELECOMMUNICATION 502.8(e) 16, 2, 3 OR FINE 20,000 DEVICES FOR SALE MANUFACTURE 10+ TELECOMMUNICATION 502.8(f) 16, 2, 3 OR FINE 20,000 DEVICES FOR SALE 503 EMBEZZLEMENT $400+ 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 504 EMBEZZLE PROPERTY/OFFICER 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 504a EMBEZZLE PROPERTY UNDER LEASE $400+ 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 504b DEBTOR EMBEZZLE PROPERTY $400+ 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 505 CARRIER EMBEZZLE PROPERTY $400+ 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 506 EMBEZZLE ENTRUSTED PROPERTY 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 REAL PROPERTY SALES CONTRACT 506b 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 VIOLATION 507 EMBEZZLE BY BAILEE/ETC $400+ 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 508 EMBEZZLE BY EMPLOYEE $400+ 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 518 EXTORTION 2, 3, 4 25,000 519 EXTORTION BY THREAT 2, 3, 4 35,000 522 OBTAIN SIGNATURE BY THREAT 2, 3, 4 25,000 523 THREAT LETTER W/INTENT EXTORT 2, 3, 4 25,000 524 ATTEMPT EXTORTION 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 15,000 528 MARRIAGE FALSE PERSONATION 16, 2, 3 10,000 529 FALSELY PERSONATES 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 25,000 MANUFACTURE/ETC FALSE BIRTH/ETC 529a 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 CERTIFICATE 530 PERSONATE GET MONEY/PROPERTY $400+ 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 USE ANOTHER’S IDENTITY - UNLAWFUL 530.5(a) 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 50,000 PURPOSE USE ANOTHER’S IDENTITY- UNLAWFUL530.5(c)(2) 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 40,000 PURPOSE WITH PRIOR USE ANOTHER’S IDENTITY – UNLAWFUL530.5(c)(3) 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 40,000 PIURPOSE TEN OR MORE OTHER PERSON FOR FELONY CHARGES NOT LISTED, SEE PAGE 119 99
  • 191. PENAL CODESECTION OFFENSE PUNISHMENT BAIL INTENT TO530.5(d)(1) DEFRAUD/SELL/TRANSFER/CONVEY 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 40,000 PERSONAL IDENTIFICATION OF OTHER INTENT TO DEFRAUD/SELL/TRANSFER/CONVEY530.5(d)(2) 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 40,000 PERSONAL ID OF ANOTHER – ACTUAL KNOWLEDGE 532(a) FALSE PRETENSE OBTAIN MONEY/ETC $400+ 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 USE FALSE NAME/ETC - FINANCIAL 532a(1) 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 25,000 STATEMENT 532a(2) USE FALSE NAME/ETC - PROCURE BENEFIT 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 25,000 USE FALSE NAME/ETC - AFFIRM FALSE 532a(3) 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 25,000 STATEMENT 533 SELL LAND TWICE 16, 2, 3 10,000 534 SPOUSE SELL LAND UNAUTHORIZED 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 535 MOCK AUCTION 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000537(a)(2) DEFRAUD INNKEEPER $950+ 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 537e BUYS/ETC PC CHIP ID REMOVED $950+ 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 538 DEFRAUDING CHATTEL MORTGAGEE $400+ 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 538.5 FRAUD USE TV/ETC TRANSMISSION 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 548(a) DESTROY/ETC INSURED PROPERTY 2, 3, 5 OR FINE 25,000 549 SOLICIT/ETC INSURANCE FRAUD 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000550(a)(1) - FALSE OR FRAUDULENT CLAIMS 2, 3, 5 OR FINE 25,000 550(a)(5)550(a)(6) - FALSE OR FRAUDULENT CLAIMS $950+ 2, 3, 5 OR FINE 25,000 550(a)(9) FALSE/ETC INSURANCE INFORMATION FOR550(b)(1) 2, 3, 5 OR FINE 25,000 PAYMENT/ETC DEALER WAIVE DEDUCTIBLE FOR AUTO 551(b) 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 REPAIR $950+ 560 CRIME INVOLVING BAILMENTS 16, 2, 3 OR FINE 10,000 560.4 BAILEE ISSUE DUPLICATE/ADDITIONAL TITLE 16, 2, 3 OR FINE 10,000 566 DESTROY DAIRY BRAND REGULATION 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 5,000 571(b) UNAUTHORIZED SUBLEASE VEHICLE 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 577 FALSE BILL OF LADING 16, 2, 3 OR FINE 10,000 578 FALSE WAREHOUSE RECEIPT 16, 2, 3 OR FINE 10,000 580 ISSUED DUPLICATE RECEIPT 16, 2, 3 OR FINE 10,000 581 SELL MERCHANDISE W/OUT CONSENT 16, 2, 3 OR FINE 10,000 587 INJURE RAILROAD/RAILROAD BRIDGE 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 25,000 SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO 2010 FELONY BAIL SCHEDULE 100
  • 192. PENAL CODE SECTION OFFENSE PUNISHMENT BAIL ILLEGALLY MOVE LOCOMOTIVE POSSIBLY 587.1(b) 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 25,000 CAUSE INJURY/DEATH 588a THROW INJURIOUS SUBSTANCE 16, 2, 3 25,000 591 INJURE POWER LINES 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 25,000 593 INJURE ELECTRIC POWER LINE 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 25,000 593a(a) PUT NAIL/ETC IN WOOD/ETC 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 593c DAMAGE GAS PIPE/MAIN 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 25,000 594(a) VANDALISM $400+ 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 594.3 VANDALISM PLACE WORSHIP 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 25,000 DESTRUCTION/REMOVAL CEMETERY 594.35 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 PROPERTY 594.4 VANDALISM W/CHEMICAL SUBSTANCE 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 25,000597(a),(b),(c) CRUELTY TO ANIMALS 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 25,000 597.5 DOG FIGHTING 16, 2, 3 OR FINE 20,000 600 HARM PEACE OFFICER DOG/HORSE 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 25,000 601 TREAPASS THREAT SBI 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 610 TAMPER WITH SIGNAL LIGHT 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 617 INJURE WRITTEN INSTRUMENT 16, 2, 3 10,000 620 ALTER TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGE 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 625b(b) DAMAGE AIRCRAFT 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 625c TAMPER W/TRANSIT SYSTEM 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 626.9 FIREARM AT PUBLIC SCHOOL 1, 2, 3 25,000 626.9(b) LOADED FIREARM AT SCHOOL 2, 3, 5 50,000 626.9(d) DISCHARGE FIREARM SCHOOL 3, 5, 7 100,000 POSSESS/ETC LOADED FIREARM 626.9(h) 2, 3, 4 25,000 UNIVERSITY/ETC 626.9(i) POSSESS/ETC FIREARM UNIVERSITY/ETC 1, 2, 3 25,000 626.10 POSSESS WEAPON AT SCHOOL 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 25,000 631(a) UNAUTHORIZED WIRE TAPPING 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 15,000 632(a) EAVESDROPPING 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 632.5(a) INTERCEPT/ETC CELL PHONE COMM. 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 INTERCEPT/ETC REMOTE TELEPHONE 632.6(a) 16, 2 3 10,000 COMMUNICATION RECORD CELLULAR/REMOTE/ETC 632.7(a) 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 TELEPHONE COMMUNICATION 634 INVADE PRIVACY TRESPASS 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 635(a) SELL EAVESDROPPING DEVICE 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 FOR FELONY CHARGES NOT LISTED, SEE PAGE 119 101
  • 193. PENAL CODE SECTION OFFENSE PUNISHMENT BAIL EAVESDROPPING/RECORDING PRISONER 636(a) 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 WITH ATTORNEY/ETC 637 DISCLOSE TELEGRAPHIC/ETC MESSAGE 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 637.1 OBTAIN TELEGRAPHIC/ETC MESSAGE 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 639 BRIBE EMPLOYEE OBTAIN LOAN 16, 2, 3 10,000 639a FINANCIAL EMPLOYEE ACCEPT BRIBE 16, 2, 3 10,000 641 BRIBE TELEPHONE EMPLOYEE 16, 2, 3 10,000 641.3(a) COMMERCIAL BRIBERY $1,000+ 16, 2, 3 ORJAIL 10,000 642 THEFT FROM DEAD BODY $400+ 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 646.9(a) STALKING 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 100,000 646.9(b) STALKING TEMP. RESTRAIN ORDER 2, 3, 5 OR JAIL 100,000 646.9(c) STALKING W/PRIOR 2, 3, 5 150,000 647f FELONY PROSTITUTION W/PRS, + AIDS TEST 16, 2, 3 50,000 647.6(b) ANNOY/ETC CHILD ILLEGAL ENTRY 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 647.6(c)(1) ANNOY/ETC CHILD - 18 W/PRIOR 16, 2, 3 20,000 647.6(c)(2) ANNOY/ETC CHILD PRIOR CONVICTION 2, 4, 6 100,000 648 MAKE UNAUTHORIZED MONEY W/PRIOR 16, 2, 3 10,000 653f(a) SOLICIT CRIMINAL ACTS 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 15,000 653f(b) SOLICIT TO COMMIT MURDER 3, 6, 9 250,000 653f(c) SOLICIT SEX ACTS 2, 3, 4 25,000 653f(d) SOLICIT TO TRANSPORT/SALE DRUGS 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 25,000 TRANSFER SOUND RECORDING TO 653h(a) 2, 3, 5 OR JAIL 25,000 SELL/ETC +1,000 TRANSFER SOUND RECORDING TO 653h(c) 16, 2, 3 OR FINE 10,000 SELL/ETC W/PRIOR SELL/ETC TRANSFERRED SOUND 653h(d) 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 RECORDING W/PRIOR 653j(a) SOLICIT/ETC MINOR COMMIT FELONY 3, 5, 7 35,000 TRANSPORT RECORDING LIVE 653s(a)(g) 2, 3, 5 OR JAIL 25,000 PERFORMANCE +1,000 TRANSPORT RECORDING LIVE 653s(a)(h) 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 PERFORMANCE - 1,000 W/PRIOR DISRUPT/ETC CB EMERGENCY 653t(a) 16, 2, 3 10,000 TRANSMISSION 653u(a) UNAUTHORIZED RECORD TO SELL +1,000 2, 3, 5 25,000 653u(d) UNAUTHORIZED RECORD TO SELL W/PRIOR 16, 2, 3 10,000 FAIL DISCLOSE ORIGIN RECORD SELL653w(a)(b)(1) 2, 3, 5 OR JAIL 25,000 $1,000/+100653w(a)(b)(3) FAIL DISCLOSE ORIGIN RECORD W/PRIOR 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO 2010 FELONY BAIL SCHEDULE 102
  • 194. PENAL CODE SECTION OFFENSE PUNISHMENT BAIL REFER TO SAME AS 664 ATTEMPT SUBSTANTIVE SUBSTANTIVE CODE SECTION OFFENSE 666 PETTY THEFT W/PRIOR 16, 2, 3, OR JAIL 10,000 666.5 THEFT OF MOTORIZED VEHICLE W/PRIOR 2, 3, 4 25,000 667(e)(1) ENHANCEMENT 1 STRIKE +5 YEARS 75,000 ENHANCEMENT 2 OR MORE STRIKES 250,000667(e)(2)(A) • IF CURRENT CHARGE VIOLENT 25 YRS TO LIFE 1,000,000 FELONY SERIOUS FELONY WITH A SERIOUS FELONY 667(a)(1) +5 25,000 PRIOR 667.5(a) VIOLENT FELONY PRIOR CONVICTION +3 25,000 667.5(b) FELONY PRIOR CONVICTION +1 20,000 667.51(a) PC288 W/PRIOR FORCIBLE SEX CONVICTION 5 25,000 PC288 WITH 2 OR MORE PRIOR FORCIBLE 667.51(c) 15 YRS TO LIFE 250,000 SEX CONVICTIONS 667.6(a) FORCIBLE SEX PRIOR CONVICTION 5 50,000 FORCIBLE SEX 2 OR MORE PRIOR 667.6(b) 10 100,000 CONVICTIONS 15 TO LIFE; 25 TO 667.61 "ONE STRIKE" SEX CRIMES 500,000 LIFE 667.71 HABITUAL SEXUAL OFFENDER 25 TO LIFE 500,000 667.8(a) FORCIBLE SEX, KIDNAPPED VICTIM 9 100,000 FORCIBLE SEX, KIDNAPPED VICTIM UNDER 667.8(b) 15 250,000 AGE 14 KIDNAP OF VICTIM UNDER AGE 14 WITH 667.85 5 50,000 INTENT TO DEPRIVE PARENT OF CUSTODY ENHANCEMENT – ENUMERATED CRIMES 667.9(a) 1 25,000 AGAINST VULNERABLE VICTIM ENHANCEMENT – ENUMERATED CRIMES 667.9(b) 2 50,000 AGAINST VULNERABLE VICTIM W / PRIOR ENHANCEMENT – SEXUAL PENETRATION OF 667.10(a) 2 50,000 VULNERABE VICTIM W / PRIOR ESCAPE/ATTEMPT FROM SHERIFF WITH 836.6(a) 2, 3, 4 OR JAIL 25,000 FORCE/ETC ESCAPE/ATTEMPT FROM PEACE OFFICER 836.6(b) 2, 3, 4 OR JAIL 25,000 WITH FORCE/ETC 1026.4 ESCAPE MENTAL FACILITY 1YR; 1DY OR JAIL 10,0001170.12(c)(1) SECOND STRIKE DOUBLE TERM 75,000 THIRD STRIKE 250,0001170.12(c)(2) • IF CURRENT CHARGE VIOLENT +25 YEARS 1,000,000 FELONY 1203.066 MANDATORY DENIAL OF PROBATION PRISON 10,000 1320(b) FTA ON FELONY CHARGE RELEASED ON O/R 16, 2, 3, OR JAIL 10,000 FOR FELONY CHARGES NOT LISTED, SEE PAGE 119 103
  • 195. PENAL CODESECTION OFFENSE PUNISHMENT BAIL FTA ON FELONY CHARGE RELEASED ON 1320.5 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 BAIL WARRANT 1551.1 INTERSTATE FUGITIVE AMT + 25,000 MINOR ATTEMPT ESCAPE/ESCAPE FACILITY 2042 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 DEUEL VOCATIONAL INSTITUTION 2790 INTERFERE/FURNISH DRUG/ETC TO CONVICT 16, 2, 3 10,000 4011.7 ESCAPE HOSPITAL USE FORCE/VIOLENCE 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 4131.5 BATTERY NONINMATE BY INMATE 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 4500 ASSAULT BY LIFE PRISONER DEATH OR LIFE NO BAIL 4501 ASSAULT BY PRISONER 2, 4, 6 25,000 4501.5 BATTERY BY PRISONER 2, 3, 4 25,000 4502 PRISONER POSSESS WEAPON 2, 3, 4 25,000 4503 HOLD HOSTAGE WITHIN PRISON 3, 5, 7 50,000 4530(a) ESCAPE FROM PRISON W/FORCE 2, 4, 6 NO BAIL 4530(b) ESCAPE FROM PRISON W/O FORCE 16, 2, 3 NO BAIL 4530(c) FAILURE RETURN CONFINEMENT 16, 2, 3 NO BAIL IF CONVICTED NO BAIL,4532(a)(1) ESCAPE CHARGED WITH MISDEMEANOR 1YR+1DY OR JAIL IF NOT CONVICTED 50,000 IF CONVICTED ESCAPE USE FORCE/VIOLENCE CHARGED NO BAIL,4532(a)(2) 2, 4, 6 OR JAIL WITH MISDEMEANOR IF NOT CONVICTED 100,000 IF CONVICTED NO BAIL,4532(b)(1) ESCAPE CHARGED WITH FELONY 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL IF NOT CONVICTED 50,000 IF CONVICTED ESCAPE USE FORCE/VIOLENCE CHARGED NO BAIL,4532(b)(2) 2, 4, 6 OR JAIL WITH FELONY IF NOT CONVICTED 100,000 4533 GUARD AID ESCAPE 16, 2, 3 OR FINE 50,000 4534 ANY PERSON AID ESCAPE 16, 2, 3 OR FINE 25,000 4535 FURNISH ESCAPE EQUIPMENT 16, 2, 3 10,000 SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO 2010 FELONY BAIL SCHEDULE 104
  • 196. PENAL CODESECTION OFFENSE PUNISHMENT BAIL 4536(a) MDSO ESCAPE MENTAL FACILITY 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 AID RESCUE OF PRISONER CONVICTED TO 4550.1 2, 3, 4 25,000 DEATH AID RESCUE OF PRISONER CONVICTED TO 4550.2 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 25,000 STATE PRISON 4571 FELON ON PRISON GROUNDS 16, 2, 3 20,000 BRING CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE/ETC INTO 4573 2, 3, 4 25,000 PRISON 4573.5 BRING ALCOHOL/DRUGS INTO PRISON 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 POSSESS CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE IN 4573.6 2, 3, 4 25,000 PRISON 4573.8 POSSESS DRUGS/ETC IN PRISON 16, 2, 3 20,000 4573.9 SELL CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE PRISONER 2, 4, 6 25,000 4574(a) BRING WEAPON INTO PRISON 2, 3, 4 50,000 4574(b) SEND WEAPON INTO PRISON 2, 3, 4 50,000 4600 DAMAGE PRISON/JAIL $950+ 16, 2, 3 10,000 11411(b) TERRORIZE BY PLACING SIGN/ETC 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 11411(c) TERRORIZE BY BURNING SYMBOL/ETC 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 11412 THREAT RIGHT OF RELIGION 16, 2, 3 10,000 11413(a) USE EXPLODE DEVICE TERRORIZE 3, 5, 7 50,000 POSSESS WEAPONS OF MASS 11418(a) 4, 8, 12; 5, 10, 15 500,000 DESTRUCTION LIFE; 5, 8, 12; 4, 8,11418(b)(1) USE WEAPON OF MASS DESTRUCTION NO BAIL 12 USE WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION TO 11418(c) 3, 4, 6 50,000 DAMAGE NATURAL RESOURCES 11418(d) USE PATHOGENS TO HARM 4, 8, 12; 3, 6, 9 100,00011418.5(a) THREAT OF MASS DESTRUCTION 3, 4, 6 OR JAIL 500,000 11419(a) POSSESS RESTRICTED BIOLOGICAL AGENTS 4, 8, 12 500,000 12001.5 POSSESS SHORT BARREL GUN/RIFLE 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 12020(a) POSSESS/ETC DANGEROUS WEAPON 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 12021(a) FELON POSSESS FIREARM 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 25,000 12021(b) CONVICTED PERSON POSSESS FIREARM 16, 2, 3 25,00012021(c)(1) CONVICTED PERSON POSSESS FIREARM 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 25,000 12021(d) ON PROBATION POSSESS FIREARM 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 30,000 12021(e) CONVICTED JUVENILE POSSESS FIREARM 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 30,000 12021(g) COURT ORDER PROHIBIT POSSESS FIREARM 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 30,00012021.1(a) ILLEGAL POSSESS FIREARM 16, 2, 3 30,000 FOR FELONY CHARGES NOT LISTED, SEE PAGE 119 105
  • 197. PENAL CODE SECTION OFFENSE PUNISHMENT BAIL 12022(a) ARMED WITH FIREARM +1 20,000 12022(b) USE OF DEADLY/DANGEROUS WEAPON +1 20,000 12022(c) PERSONALLY ARMED WITH FIREARM/DRUGS 3, 4, 5 +25,000 12022(d) CO-ACTOR HAS FIREARM +1, 2 OR 3 YEARS $20,000 12022.1 COMMIT FELONY ON BAIL OR O/R +2 YEARS +25,000 12022.2(a) USE OF METAL PIERCING AMMO +3, 4, 10 +50,000 12022.2(b) USE OF BODY VEST & CERTAIN FELONY +1, 2, 5 30,000 USE OF FIREARM OR DEADLY WEAPON 12022.3(a) +3, 4, 10 +50,000 DURING SEX OFFENSE ARMED WITH DEADLY WEAPON DURING SEX 12022.3(b) +1, 2, 5 +30,000 OFFENSE 12022.4 SUPPLY FIREARM FOR FELONY +1, 2, 3 +25,000 12022.5(a) USE OF FIREARM IN ANY FELONY +3, 4, 10 +50,00012022.53(b) USED FIREARM/SPECIFIED FELONY +10 YEARS 50,00012022.53(c) DISCHARGED FIREARM/SPECIFIED FELONY +20 YEARS 100,000 DISCHARGED FIREARM/GBI/SPECIFIED12022.53(d) 25 YRS TO LIFE NO BAIL FELONY 12022.55 USE OF FIREARM FROM VEHICLE +5, 6, 10 +100,00012022.6(a)(1) FELONY LOSS EXCEEDS $65,000 +1 +50,00012022.6(a)(2) FELONY LOSS EXCEEDS $200,000 +2 +100,00012022.6(a)(3) FELONY LOSS EXCEEDS $1,300,000 +3 +1,000,00012022.6(a)(4) FELONY LOSS EXCEEDS $3,200,000 +4 +2,500,000 12022.7(a) GREAT BODILY INJURY +3 30,000 12022.7(b) GREAT BODILY INJURY BRAIN/PARALYSIS +5 +25,000 12022.7(c) GREAT BODILY INJURY OVER 70 YEARS +5 +25,000 12022.7(d) GREAT BODILY INJURY UNDER 5 +4, 5, 6 +50,000 12022.7(e) DOMESTIC GREAT BODILY INJURY +3, 4, 5 +25,000 ADMINISTERS CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE BY 12022.75 +3 +20,000 FORCE 12022.8 GREAT BODILY INJURY SEX OFFENSE +5 +50,000 12022.85 SEX OFFENSE BY PERSON WITH AIDS +3 +50,000 12022.9 GREAT BODILY INJURY PREGNANT VICTIM +5 +50,000 12022.95 CORPORAL INJURY CAUSING DEATH +4 +100,000 12023(a) CARRY FIREARM COMMIT FELONY 16, 2, 3 25,000 CARRY CONCEALED WEAPON IN VEHICLE12025(a)(1) 16, 2, 3 25,000 W/PRIOR SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO 2010 FELONY BAIL SCHEDULE 106
  • 198. PENAL CODE SECTION OFFENSE PUNISHMENT BAIL CARRY CONCEALED WEAPON ON PERSON 12025(a)(2) 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 25,000 W/PRIOR 12025(b) CARRY CONCEALED WEAPON 16, 2, 3 25,000 (1 to 5) 12031 CARRY LOAD FIREARM IN PUBLIC 16, 2, 3 25,000 12034(b) SHOOT FIREARM FROM VEHICLE 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 50,000 12034(c) SHOOT AT PERSON FROM VEHICLE 3, 5, 7 50,000 12034(d) DISCHARGE FIREARM FROM VEHICLE 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 25,000 12035(b)(1) CRIMINAL STORAGE FIREARM 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 MASKED CRIMINAL POSSESS FIREARM IN 12040(a) 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 25,000 PUBLIC SELL/ETC FIREARM TO PERSON PROHIBITED 12072(a)(1) 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 25,000 PC1201 SELL/ETC FIREARM TO PERSON PROHIBITED 12072(a)(2) 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 25,000 WI810012072(a)(3)(A) SELL/ETC FIREARM TO MINOR 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 25,000 SELL/ETC FIREARM TO PERSON NOT THE 12072(a)(4) 16, 2, 3 25,000 ACTUAL PURCHASER ACQUIRE FIREARM WITH INTENT TO AVOID 12072(a)(5) 16, 2, 3 25,000 PROVISIONS OF LAW 12090 ALTER FIREARM ID MARK 16, 2, 3 25,000 12091 POSSESS FIREARM WITH ALTERED ID 16, 2, 3 5,000 MINOR ILLEGALLY POSSESS CONCEALED 12101(a)(1) 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 25,000 WEAPON W/PRIOR MINOR ILLEGALLY POSSESS LIVE 12101(b)(1) 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 25,000 AMMUNITION W/PRIOR 12220(a) POSSESS/ETC MACHINE GUN 16, 2, 3 OR FINE 20,000 SELL/CONVERT FIREARM INTO MACHINE 12220(b) 4, 6, 8 25,000 GUN 12280(a)(1) MAKE ASSAULT WEAPON 4, 6, 8 25,000 12280(b) POSSESS ASSAULT WEAPON 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 25,000 12303 POSSESS DESTRUCTIVE DEVICE 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 25,000 CARRY/PLACE 12303.1(a) 2, 4, 6 100,000 EXPLOSIVE/TRANSPORTATION 12303.2 POSSESS EXPLOSIVE IN PUBLIC 2, 4, 6 100,000 12303.3 POSSESS EXPLOSIVE/INTENT TO INJURE 3, 5, 7 100,000 12303.6 SELL/ETC EXPLODE DEVICE 2, 3, 4 100,000 12304 SELL/ETC AMMUNITION +.60 CAL W/PRIOR 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 25,000 12308 EXPLOSIVE/INTENT CAUSE MURDER LIFE 1,000,000 12309 DESTRUCTIVE DEVICE CAUSE GBI 5, 7, 9 50,000 12310(a) DESTRUCTIVE DEVICE CAUSE DEATH LIFE W/O PAROLE NO BAIL FOR FELONY CHARGES NOT LISTED, SEE PAGE 119 107
  • 199. PENAL CODESECTION OFFENSE PUNISHMENT BAIL DESTRUCTIVE DEVICE CAUSE 12310(b) LIFE NO BAIL MAYHEM/GREAT BODILY INJURY 12312 MAKE DESTRUCTIVE DEVICE W/O PERMIT 2, 3, 4 15,00012316(b)(1) PROHIBITED OWN/ETC AMMO/ETC 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 25,000 12320 POSSESS ARMOR PENETRATE AMMO 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 25,000 MANUFACTURE/SALE/TRANSPORT 12321 16, 2, 3 OR FINE 25,000 PENETRATE HANDGUN AMMUNITION 12355(a) ASSEMBLE BOOBY TRAP 2, 3, 5 50,000 12355(b) POSSESS BOOBY TRAP DEVICE 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 25,00012403.7(g) ILLEGAL USE/ETC TEAR GAS/ETC 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 12422 ALTER TEAR GAS WEAPON MARK 16, 2, 3 OR FINE 10,000 12520 POSSESS SILENCER 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 25,000 14166 MONETARY TRANSACTION VIOLATION 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 HEALTH AND SAFETY CODESECTION OFFENSE PUNISHMENT BAIL 1701.1 SALE/ETC CANCER CURE 16, 2, 3, OR JAIL 10,000 1714 FRAUD PRESENT CANCER CURE 16, 2, 3, OR JAIL 10,000 7051 REMOVE HUMAN REMAIN 16, 2, 3 10,000 10690 FILE FALSE BIRTH RECORD 16, 2, 3 10,000 FURNISH SUBSTANCE (HS11100) FOR 11104(a) 16, 2, 3 10,000 MANUFACTURE SELL/ETC CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE W/O 11106(j) 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 PERMIT 11152 NONCONFORM PRESCRIPTION 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 ISSUE ILLEGAL CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE11153(a)(1) 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 PRESCRIPTION 11154(a) PRESCRIBE CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 SOLICIT/ETC PRESCRIPTION CONTROLLED 11154(b) 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 SUBSTANCE ILLEGAL CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE 11155 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 PRESCRIPTION 11156 GIVE CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE ADDICT 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,00011162.5(a) COUNTERFEIT PRESCRIPTION 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 11173(a) GET CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE BY FRAUD 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO 2010 FELONY BAIL SCHEDULE 108
  • 200. HEALTH AND SAFETY CODE SECTION OFFENSE PUNISHMENT BAIL 11173(b) FALSE STATEMENT PRESCRIPTION 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 REPRESENT AS DOCTOR/ETC GET 11173(c) 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE ATTACH FALSE LABEL TO CONTROLLED 11173(d) 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 SUBSTANCE 11174 FALSE NAME GET CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 POSSESS NARCOTIC/CONTROLLED 11350(a) 16, 2, 3 5,000 SUBSTANCE 11350(b) POSSESS METHAQUALONE/ETC 16, 2, 3 5,000 POSSESS/PURCHASE FOR SALE 11351 2, 3, 4 20,000 CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE 11351.5 POSSESS/PURCHASE FOR SALE COKE BASE 3, 4, 5 25,000 TRANSPORT/SELL NARCOTIC/CONTROLLED 11352(a) 3, 4, 5 50,000 SUBSTANCE TRANSPORT/SELL NARCOTIC BETWEEN 11352(b) 3, 6, 9 50,000 COUNTY SOLICIT/ETC MINOR CONTROLLED 11353(a) 3, 6, 9 25,000 SUBSTANCE/NARCOTIC HIRE/ETC MINOR SELL/ETC CONTROLLED 11353(b) 3, 6, 9 25,000 SUBSTANCE/NARCOTIC SELL/ETC MINOR CONTROLLED 11353(c) 3, 6, 9 25,000 SUBSTANCE/NARCOTIC ADULT SOLICIT/ETC MINOR SELL/ETC 11353.5 5, 7, 9 +25,000 CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE 11353.7 GIVE MINOR - 14 CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE 3, 6, 9 +50,000 11354(a) GIVE MINOR CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 SELL/ETC TO DELIVER ITEMS IN LIEU 11355 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 5,000 CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE11356.5(a)(1) PHENCYCLIDINE CRIMES OVER $500,000 1 100,00011356.5(a)(2) PHENCYCLIDINE CRIMES OVER $2,000,000 2 250,00011356.5(a)(3) PHENCYCLIDINE CRIMES OVER $5,000,000 3 500,000 11357(a) POSSESS CONCENTRATE CANNABIS 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 3,000 11358 PLANT/ETC MARIJUANA 16, 2, 3 20,000 11359 POSSESS MARIJUANA FOR SALE 16, 2, 3 25,000 11360(a) SELL MARIJUANA 2, 3, 4 35,000 EMPLOYS MINOR UNDER 14 TO SELL 11361(a) 3, 5, 7 50,000 MARIJUANA EMPLOYS MINOR OVER 14 TO SELL 11361(b) 3, 4, 5 35,000 MARIJUANA 11363 PLANT/GROW/PROCESS PEYOTE 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 5,000 MANUFACTURE DRUG PARAPHERNALIA WITH 11364.7(b) 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 5,000 INTENT DELIVER KEEP PLACE SELL/ETC 11366 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 15,000 NARCOTIC/CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE FOR FELONY CHARGES NOT LISTED, SEE PAGE 119 109
  • 201. HEALTH AND SAFETY CODE SECTION OFFENSE PUNISHMENT BAIL RENT/ETC SELL/ETC CONTROLLED 11366.5(a) 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 25,000 SUBSTANCE 11366.5(b) RENT ROOM SELL CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE 2, 3, 4 25,000 11366.6 USE ROOM SELL CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE 3, 4, 5 100,000 11366.7(b) SELL DRUG/ETC ILLEGAL MANUFACTURE/ETC 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 11366.8(a) USE/ETC BOX FOR CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE 16, 2, 3, OR JAIL 5,000 BUILDS/ETC BOX IN VEHICLE FOR 11366.8(b) 16, 2, 3 5,000 CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE 11368 FORGE NARCOTIC PRESCRIPTION 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 POSSESS CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE AND 11370.1(a) 2, 3, 4 25,000 ARMED NARCOTICS CRIMES WITH PRIOR 11370.2(a) 3 50,000 CONVICTIONS CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE CRIMES WITH 11370.2(b) 3 50,000 PRIOR CONVICTIONS CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE CRIMES WITH 11370.2(c) 3 50,000 PRIOR CONVICTIONS11370.4(a)(1) HEROIN, COCAINE CRIMES OVER 1KG 3 50,00011370.4(a)(2) HEROIN, COCAINE CRIMES OVER 4KG 5 100,00011370.4(a)(3) HEROIN, COCAINE CRIMES OVER 10KG 10 150,00011370.4(a)(4) HEROIN, COCAINE CRIMES OVER 20KG 15 200,00011370.4(a)(5) HEROIN, COCAINE CRIMES OVER 40KG 20 250,00011370.4(a)(6) HEROIN, COCAINE CRIMES OVER 80KG 25 500,000 AMPHETAMINE, METHAMPHETAMINE, PCP11370.4(b)(1) 3 50,000 CRIMES OVER 1KG OR 30 LITERS AMPHETAMINE, METHAMPHETAMINE, PCP11370.4(b)(2) 5 100,000 CRIMES OVER 4KG OR 100 LITERS AMPHETAMINE, METHAMPHETAMINE, PCP11370.4(b)(3) 10 150,00 CRIMES OVER 10KG OR 200 LITERS AMPHETAMINE, METHAMPHETAMINE, PCP11370.4(b)(4) 15 200,000 CRIMES OVER 20KG OR 400 LITERS POSSESS MONEY FROM SALE CONTROLLED 11370.6(a) 2, 3, 4 OR JAIL 10,000 SUBSTANCE CONCEAL/ETC PROFIT/ETC FROM SALE 11370.9(b) 2, 3, 4 OR JAIL 10,000 CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE TRANSFER/ETC HIDE/ETC PROFIT SALE 11370.9(c) 2, 3, 4 OR JAIL 10,000 CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE PRESCRIPTION VIOLATION INDUCE/ETC 11371 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 MINOR OBTAIN CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE 11371.1 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 INDUCE/ETC MINOR ILLEGAL DISPOSE HAZARD 11374.5(a) 2, 3, 4 OR JAIL 10,000 CHEMICAL/SUBSTANCE/WASTE POSSESS CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE FOR 11375(b) 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 SALE SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO 2010 FELONY BAIL SCHEDULE 110
  • 202. HEALTH AND SAFETY CODE SECTION OFFENSE PUNISHMENT BAIL 11377(a) POSSESS CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 5,000 POSSESS CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE FOR 11378 16, 2, 3 20,000 SALE 11378.5 PCP/ETC FOR SALE 3, 4, 5 25,000 11379(a) TRANSPORT/ETC CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE 2, 3, 4 20,000 TRANSPORT/ETC FOR SALE CONTROLLED 11379(b) 3, 6, 9 25,000 SUBSTANCE POSSESS FOR SALE/SELL CONTROLLED 11379.2 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 SUBSTANCE 11379.5(a) TRANSPORT/ETC PCP/ETC 3, 4, 5 25,000 11379.5(b) TRANSPORT PCP BETWEEN COUNTY 3, 6, 9 25,000 MANUFACTURE/ETC CONTROLLED 11379.6(a) 3, 5, 7 OF FINE 50,000 SUBSTANCE OFFER MANUFACTURE/ETC CONTROLLED 11379.6(b) 3, 4, 5 50,000 SUBSTANCE USE/ETC MINOR VIOLATE CONTROLLED 11380(a) 3, 6, 9 50,000 SUBSTANCE ACT SELL/ETC TO DELIVER FALSE CONTROLLED 11382 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 SUBSTANCE POSSESS SUBSTANCE INTENT 11383(a) 2, 4, 6 25,000 MANUFACTURE METH POSSESS SUBSTANCE INTENT 11383(b) 2, 4, 6 50,000 MANUFACTURE PCP POSSESS CERTAIN COMPOUNDS TO 11383(c) 2, 4, 6 35,000 MANUFACTURE PCP POSSESS EPHEDRINE/ETC TO M ANUFACTURE11383.5(b)(1) 2, 4 ,6 35,000 METH POSSESS HYDRIODIC ACID/ETC TO11383.5(b)(2) 2, 4 ,6 35,000 MANUFACTURE METH CULTIVATE SPORES/MYCELIUM PRODUCE 11390 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE TRANSFER/ETC SPORES/MYCELIUM/ETC 11391 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 PRODUCE CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE USE CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE POSSESS 11550(e) 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 FIREARM 12305 POSSESS EXPLOSIVE ILLEGALLY 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 12702(c) SELL FIREWORKS MINOR 7500+ 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 15,00025160(b)(1) TRANSPORT HAZARD WASTE NO PAPER 16, 20, 24 OR JAIL 10,000 25191 W/PRIOR25163(a)(1) TRANSPORT HAZARD WASTE NO 16, 20, 24 OR JAIL 10,000 25191 REGISTRATION W/PRIOR 25189.5(b) DISPOSE HAZARD WASTE 16, 20, 36 OR JAIL 25,000 25189.5(c) TRANSPORT HAZARDOUS WASTE 16, 24, 36 OR JAIL 20,000 25189.5(d) HAZARD WASTE STORAGE 16, 24, 36 OR JAIL 10,000 42400.3(c) POISON AIR W/INJURY OR DEATH 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 5,000 44059 FALSE STATEMENTS/ETC 2, 3, 4 10,000 FOR FELONY CHARGES NOT LISTED, SEE PAGE 119 111
  • 203. HEALTH AND SAFETY CODESECTION OFFENSE PUNISHMENT BAIL 44209 FALSE RECORDS/ETC 1 - 5 OR FINE 10,000 VEHICLE CODESECTION OFFENSE PUNISHMENT BAIL GIVE DMV RECORD PEACE OFFICER/ETC1808.4(d) 16, 2, 3 5,000 CAUSE INJURY 2800.2 EVADE PEACE OFFICER DISREGARD SAFETY 16, 2, 3, OR JAIL 50,000 2800.3(a) EVADE PEACE OFFICER CAUSING GBI 3, 5, 7 100,0002800.3(b) EVADE PEACE OFFICER CAUSING DEATH 4, 6, 10 100,0004463(a)(1) FORGE/ALTER VEHICLE REGISTRATION 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 5,0004463(a)(2) UTTER/ETC FAKE VEHICLE REGISTRATION 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 5,000 10752(a) POSSESS/ETC MANUFACTURE ID 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 10752(b) SELL/ETC GOVERNMENT/ETC ID 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 10801 OWN/ETC CHOP SHOP 2, 3, 4 OR JAIL 15,000 10802 ALTER/ETC VEHICLE ID NUMBER 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 10803(a) BUY VEHICLE ID REMOVED SELL 2, 4, 6 OR JAIL 25,000 10803(b) POSSESS VEHICLE ID REMOVED SELL 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 10851(a) VEHICLE THEFT 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 25,000 10851(b) TAKE ON CALL EMERGENCY VEHICLE 2, 3, 4 OR FINE 30,000 10851(e) VEHICLE THEFT WITH PRIOR 2, 3, 4 25,000 10855 EMBEZZLE RENTED VEHICLE 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 5,00020001(b)(1) HIT/RUN WITH INJURY 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 50,00020001(b)(2) HIT/RUN WITH DEATH 2, 3, 4 OR JAIL 100,000 INTERFERE WITH TRAFFIC DEVICE CAUSE 21464(c) 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 25,000 DEATH/INJURY DRIVE WRONG HIGHWAY CAUSE 21651(c) 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 100,000 INJURY/DEATH 23104(b) RECKLESS DRIVE CAUSE INJURY W/PRIOR 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 20,000 THROW SUBSTANCE VEHICLE INTEND CAUSE 23110(b) 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 50,000 INJURY 23153(a) DUI ALCOHOL/DRUG BODILY INJURY 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 50,000 23153(b) DUI .08 ALCOHOL BODILY INJURY 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 50,000 DUI. 04 ALCOHOL COMMERCIAL VEHICLE - 23153(d) 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 25,000 BODILY INJURY SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO 2010 FELONY BAIL SCHEDULE 112
  • 204. VEHICLE CODESECTION OFFENSE PUNISHMENT BAIL 23550 DUI WITH THREE PRIORS 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 25,000 23550.5 DUI WITH PRIOR 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 25,000 THROW SUBSTANCE AT OFF HIGHWAY38318(b) 16, 2, 3 10,000 VEHICLE REMOVES/PLACES CABLE/ETC INTENT GREAT38318.5(b) 16, 2, 3 20,000 BODILY INJURY BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONS CODESECTION OFFENSE PUNISHMENT BAIL 580 SELL/ETC MEDICAL DEGREE 16, 2, 3, OR FINE 5,000 729(a) PSYCH/ETC SEX EXPLOIT W/PRIOR 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 5,000 1283.3 ALTERING CLINICAL TEST 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 5,000 2053 UNAUTHORIZED MEDICAL PRACTICE 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 5,000 4336 DANGEROUS DRUGS VIOLATION 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 5,000 4390(a) FORGE/ETC PRESCRIPTION 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 5,000 4390(b) SECURE DRUG FORGED PRESCRIPTION 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 5,000 6153 CAPPER FOR ATTORNEY/PRIOR 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 5,000 7027.3 FRAUD CONTRACTOR LICENSE 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 5,000 10283.3 SELL REAL PROPERTY W/O PERMIT 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 5,000 10238.6 VIOLATE/ETC REAL ESTATE REGULATION 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 5,000 11010 UNFILED NOTICE SELL/ETC REALTY 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 5,000 11018.2 SELL W/O PUBLIC REPORT 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 5,000 11019 REAL ESTATE SALE/ETC VIOLATION 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 5,000 11022 FALSE/ETC ADVERTISING 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 5,000 17511.3 FAIL REGISTER TELEPHONIC SELLER 16, 2, 3, OR JAIL 5,00017511.12 TELEPHONIC SELLER NOT MAINTAIN BOND 16, 2, 3, OR JAIL 5,000 UNAUTHORIZED POSSESS GROCERY 22753 16, 2, 3, OR JAIL 5,000 PALLET/ETC 24503 BRING LIQUOR IN PRISON 16, 2, 3, OR JAIL 5,000 CORPORATION CODESECTION OFFENSE PUNISHMENT BAIL 2255(b) ALTER/ETC CORPORATION BOOK/ETC 16, 2, 3, OR JAIL 5,000 FOR FELONY CHARGES NOT LISTED, SEE PAGE 119 113
  • 205. CORPORATION CODE SECTION OFFENSE PUNISHMENT BAIL 25110 OFFER/SELL UNQUALIFIED SECURITY 16, 2, 3, OR JAIL 5,000 25401 SELL/BUY SECURITY FRAUD 2, 3, 5 OR FINE 35,000 25541 USE DEVICE/SCHEME FRAUD 2, 3, 5 OR FINE 35,000 31110 UNLAWFUL FRANCHISE SALE/ETC 16, 2, 3, OR JAIL 5,000 31201 FALSE STATEMENT/ETC FRANCHISE 16, 2, 3, OR JAIL 5,000 31410 OFFER SALE OF FRANCHISE 16, 2, 3, OR JAIL 5,000 EDUCATION CODE SECTION OFFENSE PUNISHMENT BAIL94319.12(b) PERSON FAKE SCHOOL RECORD 16, 2, 3, OR JAIL 5,000 94320(f) SCHOOL PROMISE JOB 16, 2, 3, OR JAIL 5,000 94320(g) ADVERTISE FALSE INFORMATION SCHOOL 16, 2, 3, OR JAIL 5,000 ELECTION CODE SECTION OFFENSE PUNISHMENT BAIL 29200(a) ALLOW UNENTITLED VOTER REGISTER 16, 2, 3, OR JAIL 5,000 29200.5 WILLFUL FALSE REGISTRATION PERSON 16, 2, 3, OR JAIL 5,000 29301 FALSE NOMINATION PAPER 16, 2, 3, OR JAIL 5,000 29610 FRAUDULENT VOTE CASTING 16, 2, 3 5,000 29658 FRAUD SIGN ABSENT VOTE BALLOT 12, 2, 3, OR FINE 5,000 FINANCIAL CODE SECTION OFFENSE PUNISHMENT BAIL 1823 TRANSMISSION MONEY ABROAD 16, 2, 3, OR JAIL 10,000 2110 FAILURE PAY DEDUCTION WITHHELD 16, 2, 3, OR JAIL 10,000 2110.5 FAILURE WITHHOLD DEDUCTIONS 16, 2, 3, OR JAIL 10,000 3352 BANK EMPLOYEE/ETC OMIT ENTRIES 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO 2010 FELONY BAIL SCHEDULE 114
  • 206. FINANCIAL CODESECTION OFFENSE PUNISHMENT BAIL 3361 MISAPPLY BANK ASSETS 12, 2, 3 10,000 3531 MISAPPLY/ETC CORPORATION ASSET 2, 3, 4 10,000 17414 MISAPPROPRIATE ESCROW/ETC 16, 2, 3 10,000 FISH AND GAME CODESECTION OFFENSE PUNISHMENT BAIL 12001 HUNT VIOLATE 12150FG 16, 2, 3 5,000 FOOD AND AGRICULTURE CODESECTION OFFENSE PUNISHMENT BAIL17551(a) MARK/ETC STOLEN BOVINE/ETC 16, 2, 3 5,00017551(b) ALTER MARK STOLEN BOVINE/ETC 16, 2, 3 5,000 18848 SELL UNINSPECTED STOCK 16, 2, 3, OR JAIL 5,000 180 - 365 DAYS OR 35283 MANUFACTURE MILK W/O LICENSE 2,500 FINE GOVERNMENT CODESECTION OFFENSE PUNISHMENT BAIL 1090 CONFLICT OF INTEREST 16, 2, 3 OR FINE 5,000 6200 CUSTODIAN OFFICER ALTER RECORDS 2, 3, 4 10,000 6201 DESTROY PUBLIC RECORD 16, 2, 3, OR JAIL 5,000 PUBLIC OFFICER PURCHASE PROPERTY27443(a) 16, 2, 3, OR JAIL 5,000 CONFLICT PUBLIC OFFICER ENGAGE IN TRANSACTION27443 (b) 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 5,000 CONFLICT FOR FELONY CHARGES NOT LISTED, SEE PAGE 119 115
  • 207. HARBORS AND NAVIGATION CODE SECTION OFFENSE PUNISHMENT BAIL 302 SINK/SET ADRIFT 10 TON+ VESSEL 16, 2, 3 5,000 304 COMMAND SINK/ETC VESSEL 2, 3, 4 10,000 NEGLIGENTLY OPERATE WATER CRAFT 655(f) 16, 2, 3, OR JAIL 10,000 UNDER INFLUENCE INJURY INSURANCE CODE SECTION OFFENSE PUNISHMENT BAIL TRANSACT INSURANCE BUSINESS W/O 700 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 5,000 CERTIFICATE INSURANCE REFUND FROM 750(a) 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 5,000 CLIENT/REFERRAL 833(a) SECURITIES VIOLATION 16, 2, 3, OR JAIL 5,000 1733 THEFT FUNDS BY BROKER 16, 2, 3, OR JAIL 5,000 1800.7 FURNISH BAIL BOND PAID 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 5,000 ADVERTISE BAIL BOND BUSINESS W/O 1800.75 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 5,000 LICENSE1871.4(a)(1) WORK COMP FALSE ACT/STATEMENT 2, 3, 5 OR FINE 25,000 11760(a) RECEIVE WORK COMP INSURANCE LOW RATE 2, 3, 5 OR JAIL 25,000 11880(a) FRAUD REDUCE INSURANCE RATE 2, 3, 5 OR JAIL 25,000 LABOR CODE SECTION OFFENSE PUNISHMENT BAIL 1778 RECEIVE PAY PUBLIC WORK 16, 2, 3 5,000 3215 REFER CLIENT/PATIENT PAY 16, 2, 3, OR JAIL 5,000 PUBLIC RESOURCE CODE SECTION OFFENSE PUNISHMENT BAIL POSSESS/ETC NATIVE AMERICAN5097.99(b) 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 5,000 ARTIFACT/ETC SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO 2010 FELONY BAIL SCHEDULE 116
  • 208. REVENUE AND TAXATION CODESECTION OFFENSE PUNISHMENT BAIL 7153.5 EVADE/ETC SALES/USE TAX 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 5,000 19705 MAKE/ETC FALSE RETURN/ETC 1 - 3 YRS OR FINE 5,000 19706 BANK FALSE/UNFILED RETURN 16, 2, 3 5,000 30475 TRANSPORT W/O PERMIT EVADE 16, 2, 3, OR JAIL 5,000 30480 EVADE TAX/ETC 16, 2, 3 OR FINE 5,000 UNEMPLOYMENT INSURANCE CODESECTION OFFENSE PUNISHMENT BAIL 2101 FALSE STATEMENT/ETC BENEFIT 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 FALSE STATEMENT/ETC BENEFIT OUT OF 2102 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 STATE 2106 FAILURE FURNISH REPORT 16, 2, 3, OR JAIL 10,000 2107 WITHHOLD INFORMATION GET BENEFIT 16, 2, 3, OR JAIL 10,000 2108 FAIL TO PAY CONTRIBUTION 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 2114 REPORT/ETC FAKE EMPLOYER/ETC 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,0002116(a) FALSELY CERTIFY MEDICAL CONDITION 2, 3, 5 OR JAIL 10,000 2117.5 FILED TAX RETURN/ETC 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 2118.5 FAIL COLLECT/PAY TAX 16, 2, 3 OR FINE 10,000 2121 AID/ETC PREPARE/ETC FAKE DOCUMENT 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 WELFARE AND INSTITUTIONS CODESECTION OFFENSE PUNISHMENT BAIL 871(b) MINOR ATTEMPT/ESCAPE W/FORCE 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 BRING/ETC CONTRABAND INTO JUVENILE871.5(a) 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 HALL871.5 (b) USE TEAR GAS/WEAPON JUVENILE HALL 16, 2, 3 10,000 BRING/SEND CONTRABAND INTO YOUTH 1001.5 16, 2, 3, OR JAIL 10,000 FACILITY FOR FELONY CHARGES NOT LISTED, SEE PAGE 119 117
  • 209. WELFARE AND INSTITUTIONS CODESECTION OFFENSE PUNISHMENT BAIL 1152(b) AID ESCAPE YOUTH FACILITY 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 1768.7(a) ATTEMPT/ESCAPE YOUTH FACILITY 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 ATTEMPT/ESCAPE YOUTH FACILITY WITH1768.7(b) 2, 3, 6 25,000 FORCE ASSAULT NON-PRISONER YOUTH FACILITY1768.8(b) 2, 4, 6 OR JAIL 25,000 GREAT BODILY INJURY 1768.85 GASSING BY CYA INMATE 2, 3, 4 OR JAIL 10,000 3002 ESCAPE NARCOTIC COMMIT 16, 2, 3 10,000 7326 AID ESCAPE STATE HOSPITAL 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 GIVE/SELL DEADLY WEAPON MENTAL 8101(a) 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 PERSON 8101(b) GIVE/SELL FIREARM MENTAL PERSON 2, 3, 4 25,0008103(f)(1) WEAPON RESTRICTION MENTAL PERSON 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 10980(b) FRAUD MULTIPLE AID CLAIMS 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,00010980(c)(2) FRAUD AID $950+ 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 10980(d) FOOD STAMP VIOLATION 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 10980(e) USE/ETC ALTER FOOD STAMP 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,00010980(g)(2) FRAUD FOOD STAMP $950+ 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 11054 FALSE ELIGIBILITY STATEMENT 2, 3, 4 10,000 11482 CLAIM AID FALSE ID 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 11483 OBTAIN AID FALSE STATEMENT/ETC 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 11483.5 OBTAIN AID MULTIPLE ID/ETC 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 14014 FALSE ELIGIBILITY DECLARATION 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 14025 BUY/SELL MEDICAL CARD/ETC 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 14107 FALSE INFORMATION FOR AID 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,00014107.2(a) SOLICIT KICKBACK/BRIBE 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,00014107.2(b) OFFER KICKBACK/BRIBE 16, 2, 3 OR JAIL 10,000 ABUSE ELDERLY/DEPENDENT ADULT GREAT 15656(a) 2, 3, 4 OR JAIL 25,000 BODILY INJURY/DEATH 17410 BUY WELFARE VOUCHERS MAX 1 YR OR JAIL 5,000 SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA, COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO 2010 FELONY BAIL SCHEDULE 118
  • 210. FELONY CATCH-ALL PROVISIONS All other felony violations not listed herein shall be subject to the following hierarchal table: PUNISHMENT BAIL TOP TERM 3 YEARS OR LESS 20,000 TOP TERM 4 YEARS 25,000 TOP TERM 5 TO 6 YEARS 35,000 TOP TERM 7 TO 9 YEARS 50,000 TOP TERM 10 TO 12 YEARS 75,000 TOP TERM 12 OR MORE YEARS 100,000 LIFE 1,000,000 LIFE W/O PAROLE OR DEATH NO BAILWhen a defendant is booked for or charged with two or more offenses, bail shall be the amount computedunder this schedule for the charge with the highest bail, including applicable bail for enhancements andprior convictions, EXCEPT bail shall be stacked: 1) Where the offenses are committed against separate victims or on separate dates, or 2) Where separate sex acts are committed on the same victim, or 3) Where offenses committed in a single occurrence are a separate class of crimes, such as, for example, a drug offense and a theft offense, or a violent and a non-violent offense. FOR FELONY CHARGES NOT LISTED, SEE PAGE 119 119
  • 211. 2010FELONY BAIL SCHEDULE SUPERIOR COURT OF CALIFORNIA COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES
  • 212. LOS ANGELES COUNTY 2010 Felony Bail Schedule HOW TO USE THIS BAIL SCHEDULE(1) The purpose of this bail schedule is to fix an amount upon which a person whois arrested without a warrant may be released from custody prior to appearance incourt. At and after a defendants first appearance, pursuant to Penal Code section1269b(b), the amount of bail, if any is allowed, shall lie with the sound discretion ofthe judicial officer before whom the defendant appeared, and may be greater or lessthan the amount set forth in this schedule, subject to the provisions of Penal Codesection 1275. This schedule may also be used by a magistrate in fixing bail pursuantto Penal Code section 815a at the time an arrest warrant is issued, the amount ofwhich lies with the sound discretion of the magistrate.(2) Bail for an offense pursuant to this schedule shall be the sum of the amountspecifically listed for the offense (pages 3-16), and the amounts listed for allapplicable enhancements and prior convictions (page 17). If an offense is notspecifically listed in this schedule, bail should be set according to the followingschedule based on the maximum state prison term applicable to the offense:TOP TERM 3 YEARS .............................20,000 TOP TERM 11 YEARS ............................. 65,000TOP TERM 4 YEARS .............................25,000 TOP TERM 12 YEARS ............................. 70,000TOP TERM 5 YEARS .............................30,000 TOP TERM 13 YEARS ............................. 75,000TOP TERM 6 YEARS .............................35,000 TOP TERM 14 YEARS ............................. 80,000TOP TERM 7 YEARS .............................40,000 TOP TERM 15 YEARS ............................. 90,000TOP TERM 8 YEARS .............................45,000 TOP TERM 16 YEARS ........................... 100,000TOP TERM 9 YEARS .............................50,000 ALL LIFE SENTENCES....................... 1,000,000TOP TERM 10 YEARS ...........................55,000(3) When a defendant is booked for or charged with two or more offenses, bailshall be the amount computed under this schedule for the charge having the highestbail, including applicable amounts for enhancements and prior convictions except:(1) where the offenses are committed against separate victims or on separate dates,or (2) where separate sex acts are committed on the same victim and each may bepunished separately (including circumstances enumerated in Penal Code sections667.6(c) and (d)). In addition, amounts for enhancements and prior convictions shalleach be added one time per person arrested, per defendant, or per case.(4) The Bail Deviation Program is available to process all bail increase anddecrease requests for persons who have been arrested (other than pursuant to anarrest warrant) but not arraigned. All requests to increase or decrease bail should becalled in at (213) 351-0373 or (800) 773-5151. The Program’s hours of operation are6:30 a.m. to 1:30 a.m.(5) Penal Code Section 1270.1 prohibits the release of an arrestee on bail in anamount OTHER THAN THAT SET FORTH IN THIS BAIL SCHEDULE prior to a hearingin open court for: (a) Violent felonies as described in P.C. Section 667.5(c), but not 460(a); (b) Serious felonies as described in P.C. Section 1192.7(c) (including those listed in P.C. Section 1192.8);
  • 213. (c) Violations of P.C. Sections 136.1(c), 243(e)(1), 262, 273.5, 422 (as a felony),and 646.9; and(d) Violation of P.C. Section 273.6 if the detained person made threats to kill orharm, has engaged in violence against, or has gone to the residence orworkplace of, the protected party. 2
  • 214. PENAL CODEPENAL CODE OFFENSE PRESUMPTIVESECTION BAIL32 ACCESSORIES The greater of ½ the amount for the principal offense or..............................................20,00067 BRIBERY OF STATE EXECUTIVE OFFICER ............................................................25,00067.5 BRIBERY OF PUBLIC OFFICER OR EMPLOYEE (If theft or thing given or offered would be grand theft) ................................................20,00068 BRIBE, SOLICITING BY PUBLIC OFFICER OR EMPLOYEE ....................................25,00069 RESISTING ARREST/THREATENING EXECUTIVE OFFICER .................................25,00076 THREATS TO THE LIFE OF AN OFFICIAL OR JUDGE ..........................................100,00092, 93 BRIBE, OFFERING, ACCEPTING BY JUDGE, JUROR, REFEREE ........................100,000113 MANUFACTURING OR SELLING FALSE CITIZENSHIP OR RESIDENT ALIEN DOCUMENTS ..............................................................................................................75,000114 USING FALSE DOCUMENTS TO CONCEAL TRUE CITIZENSHIP ..........................50,000115 OFFERING FORGED/FALSE DOCUMENTS FOR FILING .........................................35,000115.1 CAMPAIGN VIOLATIONS ............................................................................................50,000118 PERJURY .....................................................................................................................25,000127 SUBORNATION OF PERJURY....................................................................................25,000136.1 PREVENTING, DISSUADING WITNESS FROM ATTENDANCE, TESTIFYING ...............................................................................................................100,000137(a),(b) INFLUENCING TESTIMONY......................................................................................100,000141(b) FILING OF FALSE EVIDENCE BY POLICE ................................................................50,000149 ASSAULT BY OFFICER UNDER COLOR OF AUTHORITY ......................................35,000165 BRIBERY OF COUNCILMAN, SUPERVISOR, etc. .....................................................25,000182 CONSPIRACY .......................................................................... Same as substantive offense187 MURDER - with special circumstance ........................................................... NOT BAILABLE All other murders......................................................................................................1,000,000191.5 VEHICULAR MANSLAUGHTER191.5(a) DUI with gross negligence ..........................................................................................100,000191.5(b) DUI without gross negligence .......................................................................................50,000192(a) MANSLAUGHTER - Voluntary....................................................................................100,000192(b) MANSLAUGHTER - Involuntary ...................................................................................25,000 3
  • 215. PENAL CODEPENAL CODE OFFENSE PRESUMPTIVESECTION BAIL192(c)(1) VEHICULAR MANSLAUGHTER - Driving vehicle with gross negligence....................50,000192(c)(3) VEHICULAR MANSLAUGHTER - Accident caused for financial gain .......................100,000192.5 VEHICULAR MANSLAUGHTER - Operating a vessel192.5(a) DUI with gross negligence ..........................................................................................100,000192.5(b) DUI without gross negligence .......................................................................................50,000192.5(c) With gross negligence...................................................................................................50,000203 MAYHEM ....................................................................................................................100,000205 AGGRAVATED MAYHEM (LIFE) ............................................................................1,000,000207 KIDNAPPING ..............................................................................................................100,000 Kidnapping child under age 14 to deprive custody (P.C. 667.85) ..............................150,000 Kidnapping for purpose of felony sexual offense (P.C. 667.8(a) and (b)) ...............1,000,000209 KIDNAPPING FOR RANSOM, ROBBERY, SEX OFFENSE, etc. (LIFE) ...............1,000,000 Including kidnapping child under age 14 to deprive custody (P.C. 667.85), and kidnapping for purpose of felony sexual offense (P.C. 667.8(a) and (b))209.5 KIDNAPPING DURING A CARJACKING (LIFE).....................................................1,000,000210.5 FALSE IMPRISONMENT - KIDNAP TO EVADE ARREST ........................................100,000211 ROBBERY First Degree ................................................................................................................100,000 Second Degree .............................................................................................................50,000215 CARJACKING .............................................................................................................100,000219 TRAINWRECKING (LIFE) ......................................................................................1,000,000220(a) ASSAULT WITH INTENT TO COMMIT MAYHEM, RAPE, SODOMY, ORAL COPULATION, OR ANY VIOLATION OF P.C. 264.1, 288 or 289 ................................................................................. Same as substantive offense220(b) ASSAULT WITH INTENT TO COMMIT SPECIFIED SEX OFFENSES WHILE IN THE COMMISSION OF FIRST DEGREE BURGLARY .........................1,000,000222 ADMINISTERING DRUGS TO AID FELONY...............................................................20,000236 FALSE IMPRISONMENT..............................................................................................50,000236.1(b) HUMAN TRAFFICKING ..............................................................................................100,000236.1(c) If victim under 18.........................................................................................................150,000237(b) FALSE IMPRISONMENT - ELDER OR DEPENDENT PERSON ................................50,000241.1 ASSAULT Upon custodial officer....................................................................................................25,000243 BATTERY243(c) Upon peace officer, etc. with injury ...............................................................................50,000243(d) With serious bodily injury ..............................................................................................50,000 4
  • 216. PENAL CODEPENAL CODE OFFENSE PRESUMPTIVESECTION BAIL243.1 BATTERY Upon custodial officer in performance of duties............................................................25,000243.4 SEXUAL BATTERY ......................................................................................................25,000244 ASSAULT WITH CHEMICALS .....................................................................................50,000245(a)(1) ASSAULT WITH DEADLY WEAPON, OTHER THAN A FIREARM, OR FORCE LIKELY TO PRODUCE G.B.I........................................................................................30,000245(a)(2) ASSAULT WITH A FIREARM.......................................................................................50,000245(b) ASSAULT WITH A SEMIAUTOMATIC FIREARM........................................................75,000245(c) ASSAULT WITH DEADLY WEAPON OTHER THAN A FIREARM OR FORCE LIKELY TO PRODUCE G.B.I. UPON A PEACE OFFICER OR FIREFIGHTER ..............................................................................................................50,000245(d)(1) ASSAULT WITH A FIREARM UPON A PEACE OFFICER OR FIREFIGHTER ............................................................................................................100,000245(d)(2) ASSAULT WITH A SEMIAUTOMATIC FIREARM UPON A PEACE OFFICER OR FIREFIGHTER........................................................................200,000246 SHOOTING AT INHABITED DWELLING, BUILDING, OCCUPIED MOTOR VEHICLE ..................................................................................250,000246.3(a) DISCHARGE OF FIREARM - GROSS NEGLIGENCE ................................................35,000261 RAPE ..........................................................................................................................100,000261.5(c) UNLAWFUL SEXUAL INTERCOURSE WITH PERSON UNDER 18 ..........................20,000261.5(d) If defendant is over 21 and minor under 16 ..................................................................25,000262 SPOUSAL RAPE ........................................................................................................100,000264.1 RAPE IN CONCERT WITH FORCE & VIOLENCE ....................................................250,000266h(a) PIMPING .......................................................................................................................25,000266h(b)(1) If other person is a minor over 16 .................................................................................50,000266h(b)(2) If other person is a minor under 16 ...............................................................................75,000266i PANDERING.................................................................................................................35,000 If other person is a minor ..............................................................................................50,000269 AGGRAVATED SEXUAL ASSAULT OF A CHILD UNDER 14 YEARS.....................250,000273a(a) WILLFUL HARM OR INJURY TO CHILD LIKELY TO PRODUCE G.B.I. OR DEATH ....................................................................................100,000273d(a) CORPORAL PUNISHMENT OR INJURY OF CHILD...................................................50,000273.5 CORPORAL INJURY OF SPOUSE, COHABITANT, FORMER SPOUSE OR COHABITANT OR MOTHER OR FATHER OF HIS OR HER CHILD ...................50,000 With prior conviction under P.C. 273.5(e) ...................................................................100,000 5
  • 217. PENAL CODEPENAL CODE OFFENSE PRESUMPTIVESECTION BAIL273.6 VIOLATION OF A PROTECTIVE ORDER ...................................................................50,000278 CHILD STEALING.........................................................................................................40,000 By use of the internet ..................................................................................................100,000285 INCEST .........................................................................................................................50,000286 SODOMY286(b)(1) If victim under 18...........................................................................................................50,000286(b)(2) If victim under 16 and defendant over 21....................................................................100,000286(c) If victim under 14 and defendant more than 10 years older than victim or defendant compelled another by force, duress or threats of great bodily injury ...............................................................................................................100,000286(d) If in concert with force and violence............................................................................100,000286(e) If committed in state prison or jail ...............................................................................100,000286(f) and (g) If victim unconscious of nature of act/incapable of consent........................................100,000288(a) LEWD ACT WITH CHILD UNDER 14 YEARS ...........................................................100,000288(b)(1) and (2) LEWD ACT WITH CHILD UNDER 14 YEARS WITH FORCE ...................................100,000288a ORAL COPULATION288a(b)(1) If victim under 18...........................................................................................................50,000288a(b)(2) If victim under 16 and defendant over 21......................................................................75,000288a(c) 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 injury..................................................................................100,000288a(d) If in concert with force and violence............................................................................100,000288a(e) If committed in state prison or jail ...............................................................................100,000288a(f) and (g) If victim unconscious of nature of act/incapable of consent........................................100,000288.3(a) CONTACT MINOR WITH INTENT TO COMMIT SEXUAL OFFENSE ..........................5,000288.3(c) With Prior ......................................................................................................................25,000288.4(a)(2) ARRANGE MEETING WITH MINOR FOR PURPOSE OF EXPOSING OR PROCURING SEXUAL EXPOSURE WITH PRIOR .....................................................75,000288.4(b) ATTEND AN ARRANGED MEETING WITH MINOR FOR PURPOSE OF EXPOSING OR PROCURING SEXUAL EXPOSURE OR ENGAGING IN LEWD ACT ....................................................................................75,000288.7 ENGAGE IN SPECIFIED SEX ACTS WITH MINOR UNDER 10 ...............................250,000289 SEXUAL PENETRATION ...........................................................................................100,000290 FAILURE OF CONVICTED SEX OFFENDER TO REGISTER ....................................20,000290.46(j)(2) USE INFORMATION DISCLOSED ON SEX OFFENDER INTERNET WEB SITE TO COMMIT A FELONY......................................................................................25,000311.2 BRING OR DISTRIBUTE OBSCENE MATTER WITHIN STATE.................................40,000311.4 USE OF MINOR IN BRINGING OR DISTRIBUTING OBSCENE MATTER WITHIN STATE.............................................................................................40,000 6
  • 218. PENAL CODEPENAL CODE OFFENSE PRESUMPTIVESECTION BAIL311.11(a) POSSESSION OR CONTROL OF CHILD PORNOGRAPHY ......................................20,000311.11(b) With Prior ......................................................................................................................40,000314(1) INDECENT EXPOSURE...............................................................................................35,000337a BOOKMAKING..............................................................................................................10,000 Second Offense ............................................................................................................12,500 Third Offense ................................................................................................................15,000368 ELDER ABUSE .............................................................................................................50,000405b LYNCHING....................................................................................................................50,000422 CRIMINAL THREATS ...................................................................................................50,000424 EMBEZZLEMENT OR FALSIFICATION OF ACCOUNTS BY PUBLIC OFFICERS ......................................................................................................25,000451(a) ARSON CAUSING GREAT BODILY INJURY ............................................................250,000451(b) ARSON, INHABITED STRUCTURE...........................................................................250,000451(c) ARSON, STRUCTURE OR FOREST LAND ................................................................75,000451(d) ARSON, OTHER PROPERTY......................................................................................50,000451.5 AGGRAVATED ARSON .............................................................................................500,000452(a) RECKLESSLY CAUSING FIRE WITH GREAT BODILY INJURY................................35,000452(b) RECKLESSLY CAUSING FIRE, INHABITED STRUCTURE .......................................25,000452(c) RECKLESSLY CAUSING FIRE, STRUCTURE OR FOREST LAND...........................20,000453(a) POSSESSION, ETC. OF EXPLOSIVES, FLAMMABLE MATTER...............................50,000454 ARSON DURING STATE OF EMERGENCY .............................................................350,000455 ATTEMPT OR PREPARATION TO BURN ANY STRUCTURE OR PROPERTY........75,000459 BURGLARY Residential ....................................................................................................................50,000 All others .......................................................................................................................20,000463 LOOTING ......................................................................................................................50,000464 BURGLARY WITH EXPLOSIVES ................................................................................50,000470 FORGERY ....................................................................................................................20,000470a FORGERY/COUNTERFEITING DRIVER’S LICENSE OR I.D. CARD ........................20,000470b DISPLAYING OR POSSESSING FORGED DRIVER’S LICENSE OR I.D. CARD WITH INTENT TO ACCOMPLISH A FORGERY ..............................................20,000 7
  • 219. PENAL CODEPENAL CODE OFFENSE PRESUMPTIVESECTION BAIL471 FORGERY, FALSE ENTRIES IN RECORDS OR RETURNS......................................20,000472 FORGERY OR COUNTERFEITING ANY PUBLIC OR CORPORATE SEAL..............20,000475 FORGED BILLS OR NOTES, POSSESSION OR RECEIPT .......................................20,000476 FICTITIOUS CHECKS, MAKING, UTTERING .............................................................20,000476a N.S.F. CHECKS ..............................................................................................................5,000477, 479, 480 COUNTERFEITING OF COIN ......................................................................................25,000484b THEFT, DIVERSION OF MONEY RECEIVED FOR SERVICES, LABOR, MATERIAL, etc. If amount diverted exceeds $2,350...............................................................................20,000484c EMBEZZLEMENT OF FUNDS FOR CONSTRUCTION...............................................25,000484e - 484i VARIOUS FELONIES RELATING TO CREDIT CARDS..............................................20,000487(a) and (b) GRAND THEFT.............................................................................................................20,000 or amount of theft, whichever is higher487(c) GRAND THEFT PERSON ............................................................................................25,000487(d)(1) THEFT OF MOTOR VEHICLE......................................................................................35,000 When there is evidence of a chop shop operation........................................................50,000487(d)(2) GRAND THEFT - FIREARM .........................................................................................50,000496 RECEIVING STOLEN PROPERTY IF VALUE MORE THAN $950 .............................20,000 or amount received, whichever is higher497 STOLEN PROPERTY, BRINGING INTO STATE.........................................................20,000 or amount stolen, whichever is higher502 COMPUTER RELATED CRIMES.................................................................................25,000 or amount stolen, whichever is higher504 EMBEZZLEMENT, MISAPPROPRIATION BY PUBLIC OFFICERS ...........................50,000 or amount stolen, whichever is higher504a EMBEZZLEMENT, DISPOSAL OF PERSONAL PROPERTY UNDER LEASE OR LIEN ...........................................................................................................20,000504b EMBEZZLEMENT OF PROCEEDS OF SALE OF SECURED PROPERTY ..................................................................................................................20,000 or amount stolen, whichever is higher505 EMBEZZLEMENT BY CARRIER OR INDIVIDUAL TRANSPORTING PROPERTY FOR HIRE ................................................................................................20,000 or amount stolen, whichever is higher 8
  • 220. PENAL CODEPENAL CODE OFFENSE PRESUMPTIVESECTION BAIL506 EMBEZZLEMENT, MISAPPROPRIATION BY TRUSTEE, CONTRACTOR.............................................................................................................25,000 or amount stolen, whichever is higher507 EMBEZZLEMENT BY BAILEE .....................................................................................20,000 or amount stolen, whichever is higher514 EMBEZZLEMENT OR DEFALCATION OF PUBLIC FUNDS.......................................20,000 or amount stolen, whichever is higher518, 519 EXTORTION, NOT AMOUNTING TO ROBBERY........................................................35,000522 EXTORTION, OBTAINING SIGNATURE BY THREATS .............................................50,000523 EXTORTION, THREATENING LETTERS ....................................................................35,000529 FALSE PERSONATION OF ANOTHER.......................................................................50,000530.5 UNAUTHORIZE USE OF PERSONAL INFORMATION TO OBTAIN CREDIT, GOODS, etc...................................................................................................50,000532 FALSE PRETENSES ....................................................................................................20,000532f MORTGAGE FRAUD....................................................................................................20,000 or amount of loss, whichever is higher548 DEFRAUDING INSURER .............................................................................................25,000 or amount taken, whichever is greater550 FALSE OR FRAUDULENT INSURANCE CLAIM.........................................................25,000 or amount taken, whichever is greater594.3 CHURCH/CEMETERY VANDALISM............................................................................50,000597.5(a) DOG FIGHTING............................................................................................................20,000646.9(a-c) STALKING ..................................................................................................................150,000647f PROSTITUTION WITH PRIOR AND HIV ADVISEMENT ............................................50,000647.6 CHILD MOLESTATION WITH SPECIFIED PRIOR....................................................150,000653f(b) SOLICIT MURDER ..................................................................................................1,000,000653f(c) SOLICIT RAPE, etc.....................................................................................................100,000653w(a) FAILURE TO DISCLOSE ORIGIN OF RECORDING OR AUDIOVISUAL WORK..................................................................................................25,000664(a) ATTEMPT WHERE COMPLETED CRIME PUNISHABLE BY STATE PRISON except for attempted murder..................................................... Same as substantive offense664/187 ATTEMPTED MURDER..............................................................................................500,000 Willful & Premeditated..............................................................................................1,000,000 9
  • 221. PENAL CODEPENAL CODE OFFENSE PRESUMPTIVESECTION BAIL666 PETTY THEFT WITH PRIOR CONVICTION FOR PETTY THEFT ON WHICH TIME WAS SERVED.................................................................................20,0004501 ASSAULT WITH DEADLY WEAPON BY PRISON INMATE........................................25,0004501.5 BATTERY ON NON-INMATE BY PRISON INMATE....................................................25,0004502 POSSESSION OF DEADLY WEAPON BY PRISON INMATE.....................................50,0004503 HOLDING OF HOSTAGES BY PRISON INMATE .....................................................100,0004530 ESCAPE, ATTEMPTED ESCAPE FROM PRISON WITH OR WITHOUT FORCE OR VIOLENCE................................................................................. NOT BAILABLE4532(a) ESCAPE, ATTEMPTED ESCAPE BY MISDEMEANANT, INEBRIATE, OR PERSON ON WORK FURLOUGH FROM JAIL, INDUSTRIAL FARM, etc. (Convicted)................................................................................................... NOT BAILABLE (Not Convicted) .........................................................................................................100,000 plus bail amount on original charge4532(b) ESCAPE, ATTEMPTED ESCAPE BY FELON FROM JAIL, INDUSTRIAL FARM, etc. (Convicted)................................................................................................... NOT BAILABLE (Not Convicted) .........................................................................................................100,000 plus bail amount on original charge4573 BRINGING CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE INTO JAIL OR PRISON ............................25,0004574 BRINGING WEAPON INTO JAIL OR PRISON ............................................................50,00011418 POSSESSION, ETC. WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION ..................................500,000(except (b)(2))11418(b)(2) EMPLOY WEAPON OF MASS DESTRUCTION – CAUSE DEATH (LIFE).............................................................................................1,000,00011418.1 SEND, ETC. FALSE WEAPON OF MASS DESTRUCTION WITH INTENT TO CAUSE FEAR ...........................................................................................50,00011419 POSSESSION OF BIOLOGICAL AGENTS................................................................500,00012020 DANGEROUS WEAPONS, MANUFACTURE, SALE, POSSESSION; CARRYING EXPLOSIVE OR CONCEALED DIRK OR DAGGER ...............................20,00012021 CONCEALABLE FIREARMS, OWNERSHIP OR POSSESSION BY FELON, ADDICT...........................................................................................................35,00012025(b)(1) CONCEALED WEAPON ON PERSON OR IN VEHICLE WITHOUT LICENSE WITH PRIOR FELONY CONVICTION.........................................................35,00012025(b)(5) CONCEALED WEAPON ON PERSON WITH PRIOR CONVICTION OF CRIMES AGAINST PERSON, PROPERTY, OR INVOLVING DRUGS .........................................................................................................................35,000 10
  • 222. PENAL CODEPENAL CODE OFFENSE PRESUMPTIVESECTION BAIL12031 POSSESSION OF A LOADED FIREARM ....................................................................35,00012034(c) PERSONALLY SHOOTING FROM MOTOR VEHICLE .............................................250,00012280(a)(1) MANUFACTURE, DISTRIBUTE, etc. ASSAULT WEAPON.........................................50,00012280(b) POSSESSION OF ANY ASSAULT WEAPON .............................................................35,00012303.1 CARRY OR PLACE EXPLOSIVE ON COMMON CARRIER .....................................500,00012303.2 POSSESSION OF DESTRUCTIVE DEVICES OR EXPLOSIVES IN PUBLIC PLACES ...................................................................................................500,00012303.3 POSSESSION OF EXPLODING OR DESTRUCTIVE DEVICE OR EXPLOSIVE WITH INTENT TO INJURE.................................................................1,000,00012308 EXPLODING DESTRUCTIVE DEVICE OR EXPLOSIVE WITH INTENT TO MURDER (LIFE) ..................................................................................1,000,00012309 UNLAWFUL EXPLOSION CAUSING BODILY INJURY.............................................500,00012312 POSSESSION OF MATERIALS WITH INTENT TO MAKE DESTRUCTIVE DEVICE OR EXPLOSIVE.................................................................150,00012316(b) UNLAWFUL POSSESSION OF AMMUNITION ...........................................................35,00012370 FELON WITH BODY ARMOR ....................................................................................100,00012403.7 UNLAWFUL USE OF TEAR GAS.................................................................................25,000 11
  • 223. VEHICLE CODEVEHICLE CODE OFFENSE PRESUMPTIVESECTION BAIL2800.2 ATTEMPTING TO EVADE PEACE OFFICER Reckless driving ............................................................................................................75,0002800.3 ATTEMPTING TO EVADE PEACE OFFICER2800.3(a) Causing serious bodily injury ......................................................................................100,0002800.3(b) Causing death .............................................................................................................150,0002800.4 ATTEMPTING TO EVADE PEACE OFFICER Driving in opposite direction of lawfully moving traffic ..................................................75,0004463 OWNERSHIP CERTIFICATE, LICENSE FORGERY...................................................20,00010801 OWN OR OPERATE A CHOP SHOP...........................................................................50,00010851(a) DRIVING CAR WITHOUT CONSENT ..........................................................................25,00010851(b),(e) DRIVING CAR WITHOUT CONSENT Specified vehicles, P.C. 666.5 prior .............................................................................30,00020001 HIT AND RUN: PERSONAL INJURY ..........................................................................50,00023110(b) THROWING SUBSTANCE AT VEHICLE WITH INTENT TO CAUSE G.B.I................30,00023152 DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF ALCOHOL OR DRUGS If a felony per V.C. 23550 or 23550.5 .........................................................................100,00023153 DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF ALCOHOL OR DRUGS Causing bodily injury ...................................................................................................100,000 12
  • 224. HEALTH AND SAFETY CODEH & S CODE OFFENSE PRESUMPTIVESECTION BAIL11054 - 11058 CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES DEFINED: SCHEDULES I, II, III, IV, V11152, 11153 CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES, WRITING, DISPENSING PRESCRIPTION ...........................................................................................................20,00011154, 11155 CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES, PRESCRIBING, ADMINISTERING, FURNISHING................................................................................................................20,00011156 CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES, PRESCRIBING, ADMINISTERING, FURNISHING TO ADDICT ...........................................................................................20,00011162.5(a) COUNTERFEITING PRESCRIPTION BLANK .............................................................20,00011350 ILLEGAL POSSESSION OF CERTAIN SPECIFIC OR CLASSIFIED CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES ....................................................................................10,00011351 POSSESSION OR PURCHASE FOR SALE OF CERTAIN SPECIFIC OR CLASSIFIED CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES Up to 1 kilogram .............................................................................................................30,000 If over 1 kilogram..........................................................................................................100,000 If over 4 kilograms........................................................................................................250,000 If over 10 kilograms......................................................................................................500,000 If over 20 kilograms...................................................................................................1,000,000 If over 40 kilograms...................................................................................................2,000,000 If over 80 kilograms...................................................................................................5,000,00011351.5 POSSESSION OR PURCHASE FOR SALE OF COCAINE BASE Up to 1 kilogram .............................................................................................................30,000 If over 1 kilogram..........................................................................................................100,000 If over 4 kilograms........................................................................................................250,000 If over 10 kilograms......................................................................................................500,000 If over 20 kilograms...................................................................................................1,000,000 If over 40 kilograms...................................................................................................2,000,000 If over 80 kilograms...................................................................................................5,000,00011352 ILLEGAL TRANSPORTATION, SALE, FURNISHING OF CERTAIN SPECIFIC OR CLASSIFIED CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES Up to 1 kilogram .............................................................................................................30,000 If over 1 kilogram..........................................................................................................100,000 If over 4 kilograms........................................................................................................250,000 If over 10 kilograms......................................................................................................500,000 If over 20 kilograms...................................................................................................1,000,000 If over 40 kilograms...................................................................................................2,000,000 If over 80 kilograms...................................................................................................5,000,000 13
  • 225. HEALTH AND SAFETY CODEH & S CODE OFFENSE PRESUMPTIVESECTION BAIL11353 PERSON 18 YEARS OR OVER USING MINOR IN SALE, TRANSPORTATION, OR GIVING TO A MINOR CERTAIN SPECIFIC OR CLASSIFIED CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES Up to 1 kilogram .............................................................................................................50,000 If over 1 kilogram.................................