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Ventura County Bail Bond Schedule

Posted on March 7, 2020 at 5:48 AM
Customers ask how a certain offense bail is determined after arrest.  Well each county, like Ventura, has a presumptive bail schedule that is used when arrest are made.  This presumptive bail schedule is used by the booking agency to determine the bail based on the most serious offense.  Lets take example someone is arrested for Felony domestic violence in Ventura County.  The current bail bond schedule in Ventura County for a felony domestic is $20,000.  However, there are some important things to know which could increase the bail. One would be request by the arresting agency to increase based on the circumstances of the arrest and injury.  Also you would have to take into consideration of priors and if on probation.  Keep in mind that on an offense involving domestic violence or any type of violent offense were the bail is increased above the bail schedule, Ventura County requires a mandatory appearance in front of a judge prior to posting bail.  To learn more about Ventura County Bail Schedule, you can got to http://www.ventura.courts.ca.gov/pdf_files/bail_schedule.pdf

For any questions regarding an arrest and learning what the bail is for a family or friend, call 24/7 805-641-2245.  Serving bail bond needs in Ventura, Santa Barbara, San Luis Obispo and Los Angeles County since 1995.

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