What’s considered excessive bail?

What’s considered excessive bail?

Bail is excessive when it is more than what is typical for cases that are similar to yours, or what is required to ensure you appear in court. The judge responsible for your case set bail according to the severity of the crime, whether or not you are a flight risk, and if you present a danger to others. Remember that although the Eighth Amendment protects us from excessive bail, it does not guarantee us the right to bail. This is up to the judge.

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