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Bail Bonds: My Husband is In Jail, How Do I Get Him Out If I Have No Money?

Once your husband's bail has been set, if you cannot afford to pay the entire bond amount to the court to hold until after the case is finished, you can use a bail bond company, as long as your state allows it. Knowing how it works before leaving the house will make it an easier […]

How Does a Bail Bond Process Work?

Many states allow defendants to be released from jail to wait for court by paying a percentage of the total bond amount. Percentages range from 10 to 20 percent depending on state law. Understand how the process works to help someone who's been arrested. What is a Bond? A bond is an amount of money […]

What Happens if You Bond Someone Out and That Person Flees?

In the chaos of an arrest it is easy to get caught up in the moment and race to bail someone out of jail. Bonding someone out is not hard to do, but if that person doesn't show up in court when ordered to do so, your life could become very difficult. Be sure you […]

What Is An Immigration Delivery Bond?

Living in America illegally is not typically a criminal offense. If someone you know is being detained by Immigrant Customs and Enforcement (ICE) simply due to being in the USA illegally, he or she might be able to secure an Immigration Delivery Bond, also called Form I-352. An Immigration Delivery Bond is a bond that […]

Out on Bond and Arrested Again: Will the Bond Company Get Him Out?

Getting him out wasn't easy. Your family got together and pooled their money and then you went to a bail bond agent and got your husband out of jail. This lets him work, have personal time at home and deal with his case from outside of prison. Now he's gotten arrested on separate charges. Will […]

Posting Bail and Skipping Court: You've Bailed Him Out, He Doesn't Appear; Will You Go to Jail?

Getting that frantic call from jail is hard, when someone you care about has been arrested and asks you to post bail. The Bail Bonds industry is controversial in some states. If your state allows the use of bail bondsmen, posting bail means you give a percentage of the total bond amount to the bonding […]

How Do Immigration Bonds Work?

When someone is being held under an Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Detainer, it might still be possible for that person to get released on a bond. A criminal attorney can advise him about his or her individual case, but these are some general guidelines. Where does ICE hold people? Two Primary Types of Bonds […]

Posting Bail Gets Him Out of Jail, But What About When There Are Holds?

People who are arrested and charged with crimes are usually taken to the county jail. At the jail or very soon afterwards during a bond hearing, a bond is set. If someone pays the bond, the defendant gets out of jail to await his hearing unless one of the following occurs: Probation Violation Hold News […]

Bail Bonds: Why won't they give him a Bond?

You get the call that he has been arrested. With your heart pounding, you grab your car keys and wallet and race to the jail, only to be told he cannot be bonded out because he is on a "no bond" status. How does that happen? Doesn't everyone have a right to a bond? The […]

Four Good Reasons to Bail Him Out of Jail

He is in jail and you are angry. It is tempting to leave him there, but if you are sure he will appear in court on time if he is released, there are four good reasons to bail him out: He can work. If you depended on his income before he got arrested, going it […]

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Schedule of Bail for Defendants charged with a Felony in Glenn County California

In California each county is required to post a public list of preset bail amounts for each felony or misdemeanor crime, and even for infractions like traffic violations and doing things without a valid government issued license.

A felony in California is defined as a crime that is punishable by at least twelve months in a state prison. However, for less serious felonies, especially if an offender's conviction is their first offense it is possible to get nothing more than probation and a fine.

The Glenn County Felony Bail Schedule are the county's preset bail amounts, but these amounts can be enhanced (increased) for a variety of reasons:

  • the defendants prior record,
  • the potential for the offender to cause further harm to the victim if released,
  • the nature of the crime – especially if violent,
  • weapons used,
  • the amount of drugs involved,
  • the judge and DA's belief that the offender may be a flight risk.

Felonies in California are divided into the following five categories:

  • White Collar Crimes
  • Drug Crimes
  • Sex Crimes
  • Violent crimes
  • Serious Felonies

In general, the bail amounts get higher and thus a defendant has a harder time getting the resources in order to get released prior to trial, for crimes that involve sex, violence and capital offenses like murder.

Go here to find what the bail amount will be for felony crimes a defendant in Glenn County is charged with.

If you want to read and understand our 'translation' of bail laws in California, go here.

To get a better understanding of exactly how bail works for facilities in Glenn County, click on one of the links on this page.