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Waiting For Release From San Benito County Jail Can Feel Like Forever.

Fortunately Halo Bail Bonds Can Help You Get Out Faster Than Others!

Services can be hit or miss, that's just the nature of business, but when you're time is being affected and you're waiting in jail, there should be no missing the target of releasing you, a friend or loved one ASAP. Halo Bail Bonds never misses this target, and we've been proud to serve the state of California. Our dedication to you is what makes our business shine. You're not just a client, we put ourselves in your shoes -- who wouldn't work harder if they truly understood how difficult it is to do time, even a little? Click the button below now to fill out our quick app and hear from a bail agent within 10 minutes in most cases.

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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".

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About San Benito County

The population of San Benito County was 56,884 in 2012, up from 53,234 in the year 2000. The county has an average population density of 40 people per square mile, and the cost of living is just above the national average. The vast majority of residents in the county are employed by private businesses, while the government employs 16%, and 7% are self-employed and 1% works for family businesses for no pay.

The population is 56.4% hispanic or latino, and 38.3% white non-hispanic, while asian individuals make up 2.3%, multiracial individuals make up 1.7%, and black non-hispanics make up 0.6% of the total population.

Looking for something to do in San Benito County? It's not hard to find, especially if you like the outdoors, because it only rains there a few weeks out of every year! Of course this is of little comfort to those stuck in the local jail, or those trying to bail someone out, but once completed outdoor sites like the Fremont Peak State Park and others afford incredible views of the state including the Diablo Mountains, Monterey Bay and Pinnacles National Monument.

Corrections for the county is handled by the San Benito County Jail, overseen by the sheriff's department. It first began housing inmates in 1992, with an average inmate count of 100. Minimum security and maximum security modules are part of the prison, housing 35 and 27 inmates respectively.