Bail Schedule

Los Angeles County Felony Bail Schedule

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CALIFORNIA

PENAL CODE

CRIME

AVERAGE BAIL

§113 Manufacturing or selling false citizenship or resident alien documents

75,000

§114 Using false citizenship documents

50,000

§115 Offering forged/false documents for filing

35,000

§118 Perjury

25,000

§127 Subornation of perjury

25,000

§136.1 Preventing, dissuading a witness from testifying or appearing

100,000

§137(a),(b) Influencing testimony

100,000

§141(b) Filing of false evidence by the police

50,000

§165 Bribery of a councilman, supervisor, etc

25,000

§182 Conspiracy (same as substantive offense)
§187 Murder with special circumstances (not bailable)All other murders

1,000,000

§191.5(a) Vehicular manslaughter DUI with gross negligence

100,000

§191.5(b) Vehicular manslaughter DUI without gross negligence

50,000

§192(a) Manslaughter

100,000

§192(b) Involuntary Manslaughter

25,000

§192(c)(1) Vehicular manslaughter – driving with gross negligence

50,000

§192(c)(3) Vehicular manslaughter – causing an accident for financial gain

100,000

§203 Mayhem

100,000

§207 KidnappingKidnapping to commit a felony sexual offense (see P.C. 667.8(a))

100,000

1,000,000

§207(b) Kidnapping a child under age 14

500,000

§209(a) Kidnapping for ransom or extortion

1,000,000

§209(b) Kidnapping for robbery, rape, spousal rape, oral copulation, sodomy, etc.

1,000,000

§209.5 Kidnapping during a carjacking

1,000,000

§211 First Degree Robbery

100,000

§211 Second Degree Robbery

50,000

§215 Car Jacking

100,000

§220(b) Assault during a first degree burglary with the intent to commit a sex offense

1,000,000

§236 False imprisonment

50,000

§237(b) False imprisonment of an elderly or disabled person

50,000

§241.1 Assaulting a custodial officer

25,000

§243 (c), 243 (b) Battery on a peace officer causing injury

50,000

§243.1 Battery on a custodial officer

25,000

§243.4 Sexual battery .

25,000

§245(a)(1)§245(c) Assault with deadly weapon (not a firearm) likely to cause great bodily injuryOn a peace officer or firefighter

30,000

50,000

§245(a)(2)§245(d)(1) Assault with a firearmOn a peace officer or firefighter

50,000

100,000

§245(b)§245(d)(2) Assault with a semiautomatic firearmOn a peace officer or firefighter

75,000

200,000

§246 Shooting at inhabited dwelling, building, or occupied car

250,000

§246.3(a) Shooting a firearm – gross negligence

35,000

§261 Rape

100,000

§261.5 (c) Statutory rape (victim is under 18 years of age and three years younger than the perpetrator)

20,000

§261.5(d) Statutory rape (victim is under 16 and perpetrator is older than 18)

25,000

§262 Spousal rape

100,000

§264.1 Rape using force and violence

250,000

§269 Aggravated sexual assault of a child under age 14

250,000

§273a(a) Willful harm or injury to child that is likely to cause great bodily injury or death

100,000

§273d(a) Corporal punishment or injury of child

50,000

§273.5 Corporal injury of spouse, cohabitant, former spouse or parent of one’s childWith prior conviction under P.C. 273.5(e)

50,000

100,000

§273.6 Violation of a protective order

50,000

§285 Incest

50,000

§286(b)(1) Sodomy with a victim under age 18

50,000

§286(b)(2) – 286(g) Sodomy with a victim under age 16 and defendant over age 21 or a victim under 14 and a defendant more than 10 years older than the victim or the defendant has sodomy with the victim compelled by force, fear or threat or violence, or if it is committed in a prison or jail or if the victim is unconscious or incapable of consent.

100,000

§288(a) Lewd act with a child younger than age 14

100,000

§288(b)(1) and (2) Lewd act with child under 14 years with force

100,000

§288a(b)(1) oral copulation with a victim younger than age 18

50,000

§288a(b)(2) – §288a(g) oral copulation where the victim is under 16 and the defendant is over 21 or where the where the victim is under 14 and the defendant is more than 10 years older, or the defendant compelled the victim to participate by force, duress or threats of great bodily injury, or if it is committed in a prison or jail, or if the victim is unconscious or incapable of consent.

100,000

§288.3(a) Contacting minor with the intent to commit sexual a offenseWith a prior

5,000

25,000

§288.7 Engaging in specified sex acts with child under age 10

250,000

§289 Sexual penetration force, violence, duress, menace or fear of injury

100,000

§290 Failure to register as a convicted sex offender

20,000

§311.2, §311.4 Bringing or distributing obscene matter into the state or using a minor to bring or distribute obscene matter within state

40,000

§314(1) Indecent exposure

35,000

§422 Criminal threats

50,000

§451(a), §451(b) Arson causing great bodily injury or of an inhabited structure

250,000

§451 (c) Arson of an uninhabited structure or forestland

75,000

§451.5 Aggravated arson

500,000

§459 Residential burglaryAll other burglary

50,000

20,000

§463 Looting

50,000

§464 Burglary with explosives

50,000

§470§470(a)-(b) Forgery, counterfeiting a driver’s license or ID, showing or having a forged license or ID, forging or counterfeiting a corporate seal, entries in records or returns.

20,000

§476 Making, passing fake checks

20,000

§746a Writing NSF checks

5,000

§484b Stealing, diverting money received for services, labor material when amount exceeds $1000

20,000

§484c Embezzling funds for construction

25,000

§484e – 484i Various credit card-related felonies

20,000

§487(a) and (b)

Grand theft (or theft amount, whichever is higher)

20,000

§487(c) Grand theft person

25,000

§487(d)(1) Theft autoWhen there is evidence of a chop shop operation

35,000

50,000

§496 Receiving stolen property if value more than $400

(or amount received, whichever is higher)

20,000

§502 Computer related crimes

(or amount stolen, whichever is higher)

25,000

§504b Embezzling the proceeds of the sale of secured property

(or amount stolen, whichever is higher)

20,000

§505 Embezzling when hired to transport property

(or amount stolen, whichever is higher)

20,000

§506 Embezzlement or misappropriation by a trustee or contractor

(or amount stolen, whichever is higher)

25,000

§507 Embezzlement by a bailee

(or amount stolen, whichever is higher)

20,000

§514 Embezzling public funds

(or amount stolen, whichever is higher)

20,000

§518, §519 Extortion (not robbery)

35,000

§522 Extorting signatures by threat

50,000

§523 Extortion using threatening letters

35,000

§529 False impersonation

50,000

§530.5 Obtaining credit, goods, etc with unauthorized use of personal information

50,000

§532 False pretenses

20,000

§550 Making a false / fraudulent insurance claim

(or amount taken, whichever is higher)

25,000

§594.3 Vandalizing a church or cemetery

50,000

§646.9a-c stalking

150,000

§647f Prostitution after being advised of HIV infection

50,000

§647.6 Child molestation with specified priors

150,000

§653f(b) Solicitation of murder

1,000,000

§653f(c) Solicitation of rape, sodomy or oral copulation by force or violence, or anyviolation of Section 264.1, 288, or 289

100,000

§664/187 Attempted murderMurder (willful and premeditated)

500,000

1,000,000

§666 Petty theft with prior conviction for petty theft with time served

20,000

§12020 Manufacture, sale or possession of dangerous weapons; carrying explosive or concealing a dagger or dirk

20,000

§12021 Ownership or possession of concealable firearms by a felon or addict

35,000

§12025(b)(1) Carrying a concealed weapon or having one in a vehicle without a license with a prior felony conviction

35,000

§12025(b)(5) Carrying a concealed weapon with a prior conviction of crimes against person, property or involving drugs

35,000

§12031 Possessing a loaded firearm

35,000

§12034(c) Shooting a firearm from a car

250,000

§12280(a)(1) Manufacturing, distributing, etc. assault weapons

50,000

§12280(b) Possessing an assault weapon

35,000

§12303.1 Bringing or placing explosives on common carrier

500,000

§12303.2 Possessing destructive devices or explosives in a public place

500,000

§12303.3 Possessing an exploding or destructive device or explosive with an intent cause injury

1,000,000

§12308 Exploding a destructive device or explosive with the intent to murder

1,000,000

§112309 maliciously exploding or igniting any destructive device or any explosive which causes bodily injury

500,000

§12312 Possessing materials with the intent of making a destructive device or explosive

150,000

§12316(b) Unlawfully possessing ammunition

35,000

CALIFORNIA

VEHICLE CODE

CRIME

AVERAGE

BAIL

§10851(a) Driving or taking a car without the owner’s consent

25,000

§10851(b),(e) Driving specified vehicles (e.g., ambulances, police cars) without consent or specified priors

30,000

§20001 Hit and run causing personal injury

50,000

§23110(b) Throwing something at a vehicle with the intention of causing grave bodily injury

30,000

§23152 Felony DUI

100,000

§23153 DUI causing bodily injury

100,000

CA HEALTH AND SAFETY CODE

CRIME

AVERAGE

BAIL

§11152, 11153 Writing and dispensing a controlled substance prescription

20,000

§11154, 11155 Prescribing, administering or furnishing controlled substances

20,000

§11156 Prescribing, administering or furnishing controlled substances to an addict

20,000

§11162.5(a) Counterfeiting a prescription blank

20,000

§11350 Illegal possession of specified controlled substances

10,000

§11351 Possessing or purchasing specified controlled substances for sale:Less than or equal to 1 kgGreater than 1 kgGreater than 4 kgGreater than 10 kgGreater than 20 kgGreater than 40 kgGreater than 80 kg

30,000

100,000

250,000

500,000

1,000,000

2,000,000

5,000,000

§11351.5 Possession or purchasing cocaine based drug for sale:Less than or equal to 1 kgGreater than 1 kgGreater than 4 kgGreater than 10 kgGreater than 20 kgGreater than 40 kgGreater than 80 kg

30,000

100,000

250,000

500,000

1,000,000

2,000,000

5,000,000

§11352 Illegally transporting, selling or furnishing of specific controlled substances:Less than or equal to 1 kgGreater than 1 kgGreater than 4 kgGreater than 10 kgGreater than 20 kgGreater than 40 kgGreater than 80 kg

30,000

100,000

250,000

500,000

1,000,000

2,000,000

5,000,000

§11357(a) Possessing concentrated cannabis

10,000

§11358 Cultivating or processing marijuanaLess than or equal to 1 lbGreater than 1 lbGreater than 25 lb

10,000

30,000

50,000

§11359 Possessing marijuana for saleLess than or equal to 1 lbGreater than 1 lbGreater than 10 lbGreater than 25 lbGreater than 50 lb

20,000

25,000

30,000

50,000

100,000

§11360(a) Transporting, selling or furnishing marijuana:Less than or equal to 1 lbGreater than 1 lbGreater than 10 lbGreater than 25 lbGreater than 50 lb

20,000

25,000

30,000

50,000

100,000

§11366 Maintaining a location for selling, giving, using specific controlled substances

30,000

§11366.5(a) Renting, leasing a room for manufacturing, storing or distributing controlled substances

30,000

§11377 Unlawfully possessing a controlled substance

10,000

§11378 Possessing controlled substances for saleLess than or equal to 1 kgGreater than 1 kgGreater than 4 kgGreater than 10 kgGreater than 20 kgGreater than 40 kgGreater than 80 kg

30,000

100,000

250,000

500,000

1,000,000

2,000,000

5,000,000

§11378.5 Possessing or purchasing PCP for sale:Less than or equal to 8 oz. liquid or 8 gm powderGreater than 8 oz. liquid or 8 gm powderGreater than 1 qt liquid or 2 oz powderGreater than 1 gal liquid or 8 oz powderGreater than 3 gal liquid or 1½ lb powderGreater than 5 gal liquid or 2½ lb powderGreater than 20 gal liquid or 10 lb powderGreater than 25 gal liquid or 12½ lb powderGreater than200 gal liquid or 100 lb powder

30,000

50,000

75,000

150,000

250,000

500,000

1,000,000

2,000,000

5,000,000

§11379 Selling controlled substancesLess than or equal to 1 kgGreater than 1 kgGreater than 4 kgGreater than 10 kgGreater than 20 kgGreater than 40 kgGreater than 80 kg

30,000

100,000

250,000

500,000

1,000,000

2,000,000

5,000,000

§11379.5 Selling PCP:Less than or equal to 8 oz. liquid or 8 gm powderGreater than 8 oz. liquid or 8 gm powderGreater than 1 qt liquid or 2 oz powderGreater than 1 gal liquid or 8 oz powderGreater than 3 gal liquid or 1½ lb powderGreater than 5 gal liquid or 2½ lb powderGreater than 20 gal liquid or 10 lb powderGreater than 25 gal liquid or 12½ lb powderGreater than200 gal liquid or 100 lb powder

30,000

50,000

75,000

100,000

250,000

500,000

1,000,000

2,000,000

5,000,000

§11379.6(a) Manufacturing any controlled substance

75,000

§11379.6(c) Offering to manufacture any controlled substance

30,000

§11379.7 Violation of Health & Safety code 11379.6 or 11383 (or attempt)When a child under age is 16 presentWhen a child under age 16 suffers grave bodily Injuries

500,000

750,000

§11379.8 Violation of Health & Safety code 11379.6Greater than 1 lb. or 3 galGreater than 3 lb or 10 galGreater than10 lb or 25 galGreater than44 lb or 105 gal

500,000

1,000,000

2,000,000

3,000,000

§11380 Soliciting minor to violate controlled substances laws:Less than or equal to 2,000 pills2,001 to 5,000 pills≥ 5,001 pills

50,000

75,000

100,000

§11382 Selling, furnishing, transporting, administering or give any substance represented to be a controlled substance

20,000

 

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