Let Halo Bail Bonds fight for your right to be freed instead of waiting around for a subpar bondsman.
Bail agents are busy people, particularly in densely populated areas. If they don't have the capability to consider and solve your case quickly, why deal with them at all? With Halo Bail Bonds you don't have to add to your worries the worry that your bail isn't getting processed as competently as possible. It's you, a friend or loved one sitting there in one of Contra Coast's three detention facilities which accept pre-sentence inmates. We have the experience, which we leverage to provide you better customer service, more understanding, and greater convenience by implementing the ability to schedule bail via phone, and more. Please click the button below to fill out an application now.
- Save Time - We use bail by phone to remove an office visit from the equation.
- Be Understood - We consult and listen to find the best solution.
- Enjoy Flexibility - We accept collateral and credit as well as provide payment plans.
- Get Peace of Mind - We’re a family business with over 150 years of experience.
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"Halo Bail Bonds helped me get out jail really fast. I was so grateful that they took the time to work with me and truly tried everything to make the process as easy as possible".
About Contra Costa County
Contra Costa -- which means "opposite coast" in Spanish -- had a population in 2012 of 1,079,597, up from 948,816 in 2000. Spread out over only 720 square miles this makes the area very dense in population at 1,481 residents per square mile. The ethnic breakdown of this population is as follows: 50% white non-hispanic; 25% hispanic or latino; 14% asian; 9% black non-hispanic and 3.8% multiracial.
the biggest draw to Contra Costa County is its natural beauty. In fact, the county houses more nature sites than most counties in the entire state, including: Mount Diablo State Park, the John Muir National Historic Set, Antioch Dunes National Wildlife Refuge, Rose the Riveter/World War II Home Front National Historic Park and Eugene O'Neill National Historic Site.
Contra Costa contains three detention facilities: Martinez Detention Facility, West County Detention Facility, Marsh Creek Detention Facility as well as the Custody Alternative Facility, a facility which promotes a program only qualified inmates may choose as an alternative to incarceration.
- West County Detention Facility: Opened in 1991, medium-security, houses special needs inmates and those not qualified for other detention facilities in the county. This facility focuses on changing behavior rather than simple incarceration.
- Martinez Detention Facility: Progressively constructed facility in operation since 1981 which houses sentenced and pre-sentenced inmates unable to qualify for facilities with less restriction.
- Marsh Creek Detention Facility: This facility houses inmates for up to one year and has a capacity of 256, though the population is usually closer to 150.