SCLCrRLJ 3.2 BAIL IN FELONY OFFENSE CASES A person subject to custodial arrest for a felony offense shall be held until they have posted bail according to the following schedule or appeared before a judge. Nothing in this rule shall limit the authority of the Court to set bail in a different amount in an individual case. 1. Class A felonies and attempts, conspiracies, and solicitations Bail shall be set by to commit Class A felonies. a judicial officer. 2. The following Domestic Violence related felony crimes and attempts, Bail shall be set by conspiracies and solicitations to commit such crimes: a judicial officer. -- Assault 2, DV -- Assault 3, DV -- Assault of a Child 2, DV -- Assault of a Child 3, DV -- Burglary 2, DV -- Child Molestation 2, DV -- Child Molestation 3, DV -- Criminal Mistreatment 1, DV -- Criminal Mistreatment 2, DV -- Cyberstalking, DV -- Drive by Shooting, DV -- Kidnapping 2, DV -- Malicious Mischief 1, DV -- Malicious Mischief 2, DV -- Rape 3, DV -- Rape of a Child 3, DV -- Residential Burglary, DV -- Stalking, DV -- Telephone Harassment, DV -- Unlawful Imprisonment, DV -- Violation of a temporary, permanent, or final Domestic Violence Court Order that is punishable as a felony 3. The following, when committed as a felony offense: Bail shall be set by -- Driving under the Influence a judicial officer. -- Physical Control 4. Class B felonies involving crimes against persons $25,000 (as defined in RCW 9.94A.422(2))and attempts, conspiracies, and solicitations to commit such crimes. 5. The following Class B felony crimes and attempts, conspiracies, $25,000 and solicitations to commit such crimes: -- Assault by Watercraft -- Bribe Received by a Witness -- Criminal Mistreatment 1 -- Drive by Shooting -- Escape 1 -- Hit & Run, Death -- Holding Hostages or Interference with Officer's Duty -- Intimidating a Judge -- Malicious Placement of an Explosive 2 -- Malicious Placement of an Imitation Device 1 -- Manslaughter 2 -- Promoting Commercial Sexual Abuse of a Minor -- Threats to Bomb -- Unlawful Possession of a Firearm 1 6. All other Class B felonies(including attempts, conspiracies, $10,000 and solicitations to commit such Class B felonies). 7. Class C felonies involving crimes against persons $10,000 (as defined in RCW 9.94A.422(2)) and attempts, conspiracies, and solicitations to commit such crimes. 8. The following Class C felonies and attempts, $10,000 conspiracies, and solicitations to commit such crimes: -- Bail Jumping with a Class B or C Offense -- Child Molestation 3 -- Criminal Mistreatment 2 -- Criminal Trespass Against Children -- Custodial Interference 1 -- Custodial Interference 2 -- Custodial Sexual Misconduct 1 -- Escape 2 -- Harassment -- Hit & Run, Injury -- Hit & Run with a Vessel, Injury -- Indecent Exposure to a Person Under Age 14 -- Luring -- Machine Gun or Short-Barreled Shotgun or Rifle Possession Prohibited -- Malicious Harassment -- Sexual Exploitation of a Minor -- Sexual Misconduct with a Minor 1 -- Tampering with a Witness -- Telephone Harassment -- Threats Against the Governor -- Voyeurism 9. Class C felonies, all other cases $5,000 [Readopted Effective September 1, 2008]
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