How I think it works.I'm pretty sure that $10k is what you'd need to bail her out, but surely that's a trivial amount as well.
Will she remain in jail during that time?Heck that's just the Preliminary Inquiry aka big waste of time. It gets much better when they go to trial but she'll probably put that ff by not getting an attorney they will delay the court date and then it stretches it out for a second court date and then ask for a jury trial to delay it a few more months. Chances are it will be 6 months if not longer to know the real outcome.
If she can't come up with at least the 10%. Also in many cases if the crime is serious enough, or you may be a flight risk or an extensive criminal history that you can get no bond, or full bond only. It really just depends. Many a person has been screwed by bonding out a friend who never went to court. Not only do they lose the 10% they also owe the other 90% as well.Will she remain in jail during that time?