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-- Last revised 1/9/13 --

Trial Court Restructuring: Appellate Jurisdiction of Bail Forfeiture - Study J-1450

    At the Legislature's direction, the Law Revision Commission has been reviewing the codes and recommending reforms to delete or update material made obsolete by trial court restructuring. For details, see Statutes Made Obsolete by Trial Court Restructuring.
    This study pertains to revisions needed to clarify appellate jurisdiction of bail forfeiture. The Commission issued a recommendation on Appellate Jurisdiction on Bail Forfeiture. The recommendation was introduced in 2008 as Assembly Bill 2166 (Tran), but it was not enacted. After further study, the Commission approved a revised recommendation in 2011. Legislation to implement this revised recommendation has been enacted. See AB 1529 (Dickinson), 2012 Cal. Stat. ch. 470, §§ 49, 50.
    If you have questions or comments on this study, please send an e-mail to Barbara Gaal at

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