All of these depend on many factors. How many bad checks. For how much. What county, ETC. You should consult with an attorney to address these issues so you can present ALL of the facts and get the answers you seek.
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More information is needed toanswer the questions. The amount of the checks, what he is doing outside, etc. Normally bail , if any, will be with a 10% feature meaning 10% cash will make the bail.