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California Penal Code Section 160

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160.  (a) No bail licensee may employ, engage, solicit, pay, or
promise any payment, compensation, consideration or thing of value to
any person incarcerated in any prison, jail, or other place of
detention for the purpose of that person soliciting bail on behalf of
the licensee. A violation of this section is a misdemeanor.
   (b) Nothing in this section shall prohibit prosecution under
Section 1800 or 1814 of the Insurance Code, or any other applicable
provision of law.
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