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OFFENSES BAILABLE ONLY BY A GeorgiA
SUPERIOR COURT JUDGE


Certain offenses are bailable only through a Superior Court judge. Some of the offenses include:

A complete listing can be found at OCGA 17-6-1.

In the event that a person is detained on an offense bailable only by a Superior Court judge, the Superior Court shall be notified within 48 hours, the Court shall notify the District Attorney, and a bond hearing shall be scheduled within 30 days after receipt of the notice.

However, if the accused petitions the Court for bail bond, the Court then shall notify the District Attorney and a bail bond hearing set within ten days after the filing of the petition.

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