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Other Bail Bondsmen Don't Know San Diego County Jails Like We Do

They might claim they do, but they don't have the experience of Halo Bail Bonds. We serve all 58 counties in California, including of course San Diego County. In fact, we have agents here to serve you, a friend or loved one better. Each jail is somewhat different, and becoming familiar with the intricacies of each helps free inmates faster. Don't waste time shopping around for bail bond agencies in San Diego County that don't have our dedication to customer service, flexible payments and speedy release -- get your friend or loved one out sooner now.

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We have agents in San Diego County because we serve San Diego County jails; as a result we free inmates faster. We're available any time of the day or night because the jails in San Diego County never close. If you've never bailed someone out before it's easy to assume the process is rather quick, and sometimes it is; the wait time depends on the capacity of the jail, so if there is a backlog of people waiting for their arraignment.

About San Diego County

San Diego County is certainly a fun place to spend some time in California. As one of the most population tourist destinations in the state, that's not very surprising. California became a state in 1850, and this was the same year the county of San Diego was created. In the following sixty years the county was reduced in size to accommodate others, but at one time its southern boundary was the entire California-Mexico border.

The counties five largest cities are San Diego, Chula Vista, Oceanside, Escondido and Carlsbad. The Navy bases its Pacific operations headquarters in San Diego, and the county contains the most Indian reservations in the entire state. When it comes to recreation, the county offers a well-rounded mix of urban entertainment and rural adventures. The number of state parks, for example, located within San Diego County is numerous: From Cardiff State Beach to the Border Field State Park to Cuyamaca Rancho State Park and more -- 17 state parks and protected areas in all, along with nine mountains, seven bays and lagoons, as well as 24 lakes in all. Listed below are just some of the most popular urban attractions in the county of San Diego.

  • Gaslamp Quarter: This part of San Diego is a National Historic District which specializes in offering the best recreational activities in the county, including shopping, dining and entertainment. Generally more of a tourist hotspot, this area retains its rich history primarily through restored architecture. The shops, clubs and restaurants give visitors a feel for the past when it comes to this small area of town, and those looking to stay can choose from historic hotels or more modern ones built along the border of the quarter.
  • Balboa Park: The land for Balboa Park was set aside by the Spanish in 1835, then made into a general park in 1870. It was not until the 1915 Panama-California Exposition that the majority of the buildings were constructed, in order to promote business in the area. Although temporary, the buildings were restored to be permanent due to their popularity. Things to do there now include a number of museums, gardens and rides.
  • USS Midway: Visitors to this aircraft carrier enjoy the rich history of the only Essex-class carrier still in existence; also the most popular naval ship museum worldwide.
  • Seaport Village: When dining, entertainment and shopping is the order of the day in San Diego County, many residents and visitors alike head to the Seaport Village. The Village includes four fine dining restaurants on the waterfront, 54 unique shops and 13 casual dining restaurants. The history of this 100-year-old village on the harbor compliments only adds to the fun.
  • Hotel Del Coronado: Even if you're not staying in this hotel, it's amazing to simply see. Built over 120 years ago, it is a premier vacation spot the world over.

What is Jail Like in San Diego County?

There are lots of jails in San Diego County, but after 48 hours inmates are usually transferred to one of the main jails. For example, men arrested in San Diego County are most often transferred to the East Mesa Detention Center.

  • East Mesa: 360+ beds; this main jail started as a probation camp, first operated by the Sheriff's Department in 1991.
  • George Bailey: This is the largest jail in San Diego with 1,500+ inmates, opened in 1994.
  • Las Colinas: 432 beds, 11 units, seven of which are dormitory style. Inmates range from violent to those only charged with committing misdemeanors. The jail is overcrowded but thankfully a $270-million dollar investment has created the San Diego County Women's Detention Facility, which will receive many of the inmates from Las Colinas.
  • South Bay: 573 beds although the rated capacity is 386; this is considered a less populated facility for San Diego County. Also considered one of the safest jails in the county due to very low crime rates.
  • San Diego Central Jail: 944 beds, opened in May 1998; inmate population consists of new arrivals soon to be transferred, pre-arraignment inmates and special handling inmates. Handles 75,000+ bookings annually.
  • Vista Jail: 886 beds; most of the population is comprised of those awaiting North County court case proceedings.

San Diego County is just one out of more than 50 counties in California that is serviced by Halo Bail Bonds. Each individual county is serviced and provided for by agents that are located only a few short minutes away from each jail. Available 24 hours a day, our agents are standing by and ready to guide you through the process necessary to get your loved one out of jail and back to their home. We here at Halo Bail Bonds know that you have busy lives, so we will work earnestly with you to make sure the bail process is completed as quickly as possible.

Customer service is our specialty here at Halo Bail Bonds, and we are pleased to be able to help you out in your time of need. We can provide financial assistance with collateral or credit terms to assist you in the bail process. Simply fill out this application with the required information and we will respond to you very shortly( in most cases less than 10 minutes). With our dedicated bail agents able to serve you non-stop around the clock, you will be back to your normal lives in no time.

San Diego County, California

San Diego County is a county located in the southwestern corner of the State of California. It is the south-westernmost county in the 48 contiguous United States. The City of San Diego is its county seat and by far the largest city in the county. According to the census of 2010, San Diego County had a population of 3,095,313 people, making it the second most populous county in California, following Los Angeles County.

From north to south, San Diego County extends from the southern borders of Orange County and Riverside County to the Mexico–United States border and Baja California. From west to east, San Diego County stretches from the Pacific Ocean to its boundary with Imperial County.