If an officer is setting a bond for a defendant in the middle of the night once arrested for domestic violence, does the victim have a right to participate in the decision regarding the bond?

How about at arraignment?

In this situation, the officer is following a bond schedule set by the court. This particular situation may not constitute a “public proceeding” as provided in Marsy’s Law. Arraignment, however, is a public proceeding, and therefore, the victim has the right to be heard at arraignment.