When I pull the information from the jail arrest log it shows bail amount in first three charges, but charge four says no bail (under bail amount) RMORD (under authority), then a case number, but then under a column saying bailout - it says "Y". First thing I am trying to decipher is whether or not he can be bailed out of jail.
If there are bail amounts listed you can post the total of these amounts. If, however, he has a fourth charge that says NO BAIL he will not get out. AS for the RMORD I could guess but that's not a sure way to answer your question. I suspect it means "remanded own recognizance" which probably means he was out on OR and got a no bail hold because of new charges. As I read your information this person is going nowhere.
I think Mr. Pullman's answer is the right one, because in our county when the charge says no bail, the column regarding bailout always has an "N". Looks like a typo, but you can't know which is right (that is, no bail or bail) unless you check with the jail.
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