Rancho Cucamonga residents Aaron Sandusky, 41, president of G3 Holistic, an Upland-based medical-marijuana cooperative; and Keith Alan Sandusky, 44, who was in charge of day-to-day operations at G3; have been in custody since June 14 on drug-trafficking charges.
Bond has been set for $200,000 for Aaron Sandusky and $50,000 for Keith Sandusky.
They are due in court at 10:30 a.m. in front of Judge Percy Anderson.
The Sandusky brothers were held in jail until a transcript from June 15 court proceedings in Riverside was made available to a federal judge in Los Angeles.
A Riverside federal judge on June 15 set the bail amounts, but the U.S. Attorney's Office appealed the setting of bond in order to keep the Sanduskys in custody.
The judge in Riverside decided to have a Los Angeles judge review the case and weigh in on Monday. But transcripts or recordings from the June 15 hearing were not yet made available by the Riverside court.
According to an indictment released June 14, the Sandusky brothers and four other defendants are charged in a conspiracy to manufacture and to possess with intent to distribute marijuana. The indictment also charges all the defendants with possession with intent to distribute marijuana.
The defendants are operators of G3 Holistic or associated with an Ontario warehouse that cultivated marijuana for the stores.
G3 also had sites in Colton and Moreno Valley.