§ 33.037  BAIL.
   (A)   Upon arrest, or upon appearance without arrest in response to citation or summons, or at any other time before trial, before or after arraignment, the defendant shall be eligible to be released upon giving bail for his or her appearance in an amount and upon conditions fixed by the Judge, who shall prescribe appropriate rules of Court for the receipt of bail.  In case of arrests made at night or under other conditions of emergency or when the Judge is not available, the rules shall authorize the Chief of Police, or his or her designated representative, to accept a temporary cash bond or a personal check on a resident of the county with proper identification, not less than $10, nor more than the maximum monetary penalty provided by ordinance for the offense charges.
   (B)   Except in the case of parking or standing violations, at the same time the defendant posts bail for any offense punishable by a fine of $10 or more, the Court Clerk shall collect bail for the penalty assessments required under § 33.053.  The penalty shall be in addition to and not in substitution for any required bail for the offense charged.
(Prior Code, § 7-116)  (Ord. 1391, passed 12-16-86; Am. Ord. 1462, passed 7-3-90; Am. Ord. 1600, passed 10-6-98; Am. Ord. 1645, passed 10-3-00; Am. Ord. 1736, passed 11-2-04)
Statutory reference:
   Separate bail for CLEET Assessment, see 20 O.S. § 1313.2