I found this just randomly searching the web...Not sure if Seneca County follows the same rules...
Following an arrest, if you are charged with a non capital crime you are entitled to reasonable bail. If you are released on personal recognizance or you are able to pay the required bail, you will be allowed to stay out of prison pending the resolution of your case. While you are out on bail, you are again required “to keep the peace and be of good behavior”. Similar to a probation violation (above), if you are arrested for a new crime while on bail you will be charged with the separate and distinct crime of violation of bail. Subsequently, your bail will be revoked and you will be kept in prison following the resolution of your original charge, your new charge, and the bail violation.
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