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 Post subject: SB10 in California
 Post Posted: Fri 02 Jun 2017 05:56 
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Lot of news about this . Bondsman across the country are saying something positive for the bail industry in Cali... I have no idea what the good news is....Guess we'll find out...

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 Post subject: Re: SB10 in California
 Post Posted: Fri 02 Jun 2017 09:22 
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There are 2 legislation bills to eliminate private ( surety ) bail in CA. Yesterday the Assembly Bill AB42 which is almost identical to the Senate Bill SB10, failed by one vote.

SB10 is still alive and will be voted on in a couple weeks.

Even if they are both killed, there is talk of letting the voters decide on them as a referendum. And the general public is very dumb and most likely would approve.

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 Post subject: Re: SB10 in California
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In California, SB10 a bill that will simply put private bail out of business is up for a vote on July 11th in the Senate Public Safety Committee. If it is approved there it goes to full senate for a vote there.

Once it clears the Senate it goes to the Assembly for their vote, then on to he Governor to sign it in to law.

The bail associations have put up a good fight, better than I thought. However the "society do gooders" are relentless and are well organized with scare stories.

In my opinion, bail will lose in the end. If not this year, in the very near future.

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