Halo Bail Bonds can help you, or a loved one or friend out of jail quickly and easily.
Madera County Jail houses up to 560 inmates now -- are you one of them? Or, are you trying to free a friend or loved one who is? Nearly a decade ago more dangerous inmates began being housed in jails like that of Madera County, inmates who should have gone to prison if there had been enough room. This is all the more reason to be bailed out of Madera County Jail as soon as possible, ideally with the help of Halo Bail Bonds. We're compassionate, quick-acting, knowledgeable both in terms of 150+ years of experience and in terms of cutting-edge ways to make bailing out easier, and we're flexible with payment situations for qualified persons. Click the button below to fill out an app and start the process 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 Madera County
Founded in 1893 Madera County is located just north of Fresno, California. In 2012 the population was 152,218, an increase over the population at the turn of the century which was 123,109. The density of this population is average due to the size of the county at 2,136 square miles. An interesting fact is also that the city of Madera contains 35% of the total county population. The types of workers include: 72% private wage,18% government and 10% self-employed.
Hispanics make up the majority of the Madera population at 53.7%, while white non-hispanics comprise 38%, black non-hispanics make up 3.3%, asian individuals comprise 1.7%, multiracial individuals make up 1.6%, American Indian and Alaska Natives account for 1.2%, and other races make up 0.4% of the entire county population.
Madera County operates according to a slower pace compared with many counties in the state. Residents and visitors will find everything they need and want, but none of the big-city attractions like those available in Los Angeles County. However, the rural attractions common to California counties are available including tours through wine country, other agri-tourism, the gateway to Yosemite, the ever-popular Bass Lake and more.
Madera County Corrections, located in the city of Madera and also known as the Madera Jail, is dedicated to values of commitment, accountability, professionalism, integrity and trust. The jail is located on Road 28 and contains approximately 370 inmates until a $30 million dollar expansion was completed in 2013. Now the jail houses up to 560 inmates; with realignment in California county jails have started housing more sophisticated inmates for which state prisons no longer have room.