Bail schedules are the basis for which judges set the bail for individual people accused of crimes. They are the starting point for the amount of money the judge will ultimately determine how much it costs to release a person from custody, but a number of factors can influence his or her decision for the accused.
Good points that can reduce the amount of bail required include good standing in the local community, steady employment, home ownership, family presence in the court, and the general disposition when arrested. A good interview with Pre-Trial Services (Criminal Justice Agency) can influence the judge, even though they are not bound by the findings of the CJA.
Bail schedules vary county by county throughout California, but here are links to what some of the larger counties arrive at bail amounts for different crimes.
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