All persons shall be bailable by sufficient sureties, except for a person who is charged
with a capital offense where the proof is evident or the presumption great, and except
for a person who is charged with a felony where the proof is evident or the presumption
great and where the person poses a substantial risk of serious physical harm to any
person or to the community. Where a person is charged with any offense for which the person may be incarcerated,
the court may determine at any time the type, amount, and conditions of bail. Excessive bail shall not be required; nor excessive fines imposed; nor cruel and
unusual punishments inflicted.
The general assembly shall fix by law standards to determine whether a person who
is charged with a felony where the proof is evident or the presumption great poses
a substantial risk of serious physical harm to any person or to the community. Procedures for establishing the amount and conditions of bail shall be established
pursuant to Article IV, Section 5(B) of the Constitution of the state of Ohio.
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