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What does ineligible in the meaning for the bail??

Rancho Cucamonga, CA |

I saw the info in my boyfriend thing and I don't understand what it means and I was confused and plus he had court today so idk what's going on now

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  1. Ineligible means that the court won't set bail so he must remain in custody. There are many reasons for this so I cannot specifically tell you the reason in this particular case.

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  2. If in Rancho, I am almost positive it was due to priors-previous criminal charges and or convictions. The court thinks he will run or the court does not think it to be a good idea to afford him the opportunity to commit more crimes. Mind you, I do not know what he is charged with now nor his criminal background. Make sure he has counsel.


  3. Means your illegal boyfriend with the outstanding warrant is not going anywhere. If he failed to appear and doesn't have a good excuse for his non-appearance, he's not getting out. Moreover, if he's illegal, ICE probably has a immigration hold on him and he will be held for them once his case is completed. ICE will then decide whether to deport him or let him go with a notice to appear for an immigration hearing.

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