Halo Bail Bonds works harder than other state bail bond companies to get you back to your life sooner.
Are other bail bond companies acting slow and lacking compassion? If you're in jail, or you're helping someone get out, you need a bail bond company that cares and acts speedily … You need a bail bond company that isn't overbooked, because in some jails in California it can take over 10 hours to be released even after the bail process has begun. Sure, bail can be paid any time day or night at most jails, but that doesn't mean processing begins right away.
It takes only a minor infraction to spend a day in jail, away from the important goings on in your life, or in the life of a friend or loved one. Everyone who is arrested has to cooperate, but often cooperation requires too much of a time burden. Worse yet, jails bring you and those you care about into contact with people not likely associated with outside confinement walls. Don't settle for less, get the best when it comes to getting out of jail in Mendocino County -- fill out an app below to get started in as soon as 10 minutes.
- 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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Our dedicated bail agents usually respond in 10 minutes or less!
"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 Mendocino County
Mendocino County had a population of 87,428 in 2012, up slightly from the turn of the century population of 86,265. The density of this population is low because the county is large relatively at 3,509. The majority of the population at 68.6% is made up of white non-hispanic persons, while hispanics or latinos comprise 22.2%, American Indian and Alaska Natives make up 4%, multiracial individuals comprise 2.8%, asian individuals account for 1.6% and black non-hispanics make up 0.6% total. Private wages or salary account for the incomes of 67% of the population, while government wages or salary make up 18% of the population's income, and 15% of the population is self-employed.
Looking for something to do in Mendocino while you wait for a friend or loved one to be bailed out? The county contains many great cities like: Gualala, Hopland, Point Arena, of course Mendocino, Talmage, Covelo, Laytonville, Willits, Fort Bragg and Ukiah. Things to do include the regular fare for rural California counties: hiking, biking, fishing and boating, winery and brewery tours, and visiting historic sites like Fort Bragg.
Detention in the county is provided by the Mendocino County Corrections Facility, otherwise known as the Mendocino County Jail, located at 951 Low Gap Road in Ukiah, CA. A proposal currently exists to expand the maximum security area of the prison by 90 beds to meet demand.