What Makes Federal Bail Different?
Federal bail can be very different from state bail even though they are both based upon the same principal: to make sure the defendant attends court dates. See below for specific differences:
With state bail there is a bail schedule with federal bail there is no regulation; all is decided by the magistrate.
At the state level bail is decided upon arraignment and then they may post, but in a federal case there must also be a nebbia hearing to make sure funds or property used as bond are from reputable, legal sources.
Bail bonds for California are set at 10% whereas federal bail bonds are 15%.
Bail for state charges doesn’t have requirements other than showing in court. At the federal level there are often conditions such as travel restrictions and drug testing.
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