What is a ramey warrant?
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I agree with Ms. Henderson Mattern's answer and would add that the charge is a wobbler, meaning it can be filed as a misdemeanor or a felony. The DA will make the initial decision based on the facts and your niece's criminal record. Bail will be set according to the charge. She needs a good lawyer.
A Ramey warrant is just an arrest warrant. Law enforcement obtains the warrant from a judge. Wait to do pay bail until after she has appeared in court. The court will set bail at arraignment. You can post the bail after that time. Bail reduction is not really the issue, since the bail will be set after the complaint has been filed by the DA. Good luck to her.
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