In Illinois State courts, the answer is no. All bail deposits are made with the Clerk’s Office. Generally, with some exceptions, the amount posted with the Clerk’s Office must be 10 percent of the amount the court sets at the bail hearing. (725 ILCS 5/110-7)
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