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Cost of Bail Bonds Marion County Indiana 317-876-9600

Cost of Bail Bonds Marion County Indiana 317-876-9600

This Provisional Bail Schedule shall apply to all defendants arrested outright in Marion County. This schedule shall not apply to those cases where a judicial officer already has issued a warrant with a predetermined bail.

General Provisions:

A. Bail amounts set pursuant to this schedule shall be based upon the lead charge brought against the defendant and shall not exceed $200,000. Only the assigned trial judge has the opportunity to review and/or alter the provisional bail amounts.

B. Arrestee Processing Center commissioners are responsible for reviewing the bail set by the bail clerk and may correct that amount pursuant to the schedule if a commissioner becomes aware of relevant information not considered when bail was first set. Arrestee Processing Center commissioners also may impose appropriate pre- trial release conditions.

Felonies:

Murder= No Bail

Class A Felony $50,000 Surety
Class B Felony $20,000 Surety
Class C Felony $7,500 Surety
Class D Felony $2,500 Surety

**Enhancements: Class A Felony, Class B Felony, and Class C Felony shall double for each of the following circumstances applying to the defendant:

1. The defendant is not a Marion County resident,
2. The crime alleged involves a deadly weapon or serious bodily injury,
3. The defendant has two or more alleged victims,
4. The defendant has two or more prior felony convictions,
5. The defendant has two or more failures to appear,
6. The defendant has ten or more prior arrests (not including public intoxication arrests). This category shall double for each additional 10 arrests a a defendant has.
7. The defendant has been arrested for an offense while on probation, parole, bond or released on the person’s own recognizance for another offense.

**Enhancements: Class D Felony shall double, up to the maximum of $5,000, for each of the following circumstances:

1. The defendant is not a Marion County resident,
2. The defendant has one or more failures to appear,
3. The defendant has one or more prior felony convictions,
4. The defendant is charged with one of the following Class D Felonies:

– Battery
– Criminal Confinement
– Criminal Gang Activity
– Criminal Recklessness
– Escape
– Intimidation
– Pointing a Firearm
– Residential Entry
– Resisting Law Enforcement
– Stalking
– Strangulation

Misdemeanor:

Class A Misdemeanor Own Recognizance up to $1,500 10% Cash
Class B Misdemeanor Own Recognizance
Class B Misdemeanor (Battery) Own Recognizance up to $1,500 10% Cash
Class C Misdemeanor Own Recognizance

Special Considerations:

Domestic Violence Cases

Class C Felony $25,000 Surety
Class D Felony S10,000 Surety plus $10,000 10% Cash
Class A Misdemeanor S5,000 Surety plus $5,000 10% Cash

Invasion of Privacy Cases

Class D Felony $10,000 Surety plus $10,000 10% Cash
Class A Misdemeanor $5,000 Surety plus $5,000 10% Cash

Operating Vehicle While Intoxicated (Misdemeanor) Cases

Bail shall be set at $1,500 10% Cash with a $1,000 increase for each prior conviction.

Court 13 Cases

A person arrested for or charged with a misdemeanor traffic offense and slated into Court 13 shall be released on the person’s own recognizance.

Child Molesting, Child Solicitation, and Sexually Violent Predator Cases

No bail will be issued until the trial court has conducted a bail hearing for a person who is charged with Child Molesting or Child Solicitation.

No bail will be issued until the trial court has conducted a bail hearing for a person who has been determined to be a sexually violent predator defendant.

The Arrestee Processing Center commissioner shall set such cases for a bail hearing in the appropriate court no later than 48 hours after the person has been arrested or at the earliest possible setting if exigent circumstances prevent holding the hearing within 48 hours.

Review of Provisional Bail Amount:

Except for major felony courts, the trial court to which the defendant’s case is assigned shall review the bail set:

A. Within 5 days of the arrest of any defendant who has not yet made bail as set by the Arrestee Processing Center commissioner or pursuant to the Provisional Bail Schedule

OR

B. Within 5 days upon receipt of motion of the State or the defendant pursuant.

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