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A Better Way to Get Out of Jail in Inyo County

Halo Bail Bonds prides itself on being the best bail bondsman option available in all of California.

There's a lot of reasons Halo Bail Bonds is your best option for getting out of jail in Inyo County. First of all, we have experience in the industry. Secondly, we make payment easy through a series of options for qualified applications. Third, we have agents available usually within 10 minutes who consult in an understanding fashion with you, a friend or loved one about their bail situation. Finally, we don't require an office visit because most cases can result in a successful bail by simply reaching us via phone. Just complete an application by clicking the button below to get started today.

  • 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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About Inyo County

The population of Inyo County, California was 18,495 in 2012, up from 17,945 at the turn of the century. The county is one of the largest in the state at 10,203 square miles, and when combined with a relatively low population has one of the lowest population densities in the state as well. 62% of these residents are employed by private businesses, while 29% are employed by the government and 9% of the population is self-employed.

The ethnic makeup of the county is as follows: 66.3% white non-hispanic; 19.4% hispanic or latino; 10.2% American Indian and Alaska Native; 2.1% multiracial; 1.2% asian and 0.5% black non-hispanic.

Inyo County is referred to as "The Other Side of California", a contrast not only to the L.A.-centric view of the state but also a geographical contrast because the county is located in the middle of the state along the eastern border. All the main draws of this county have to do with being outdoors, such as visiting the Death Valley National Park and Methuselah, one of the oldest trees in the world.

Detention in the county is handled by the Inyo County Jail.