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So they can get back to their life.

When you're looking to free your friend or loved one fast, with payment options and excellent customer service from our bail agents, you have to look no further than Halo Bail Bonds. We're committed, more than other providers, to helping the people you care about get out of jail. There's a good chance they're innocent, and jails often don't treat people as well as is expected -- often experiences are extremely difficult for people, particularly those not familiar with jail … which is most of us. Click the button below now to fill out our quick app and hear from a bail agent within 10 minutes in most cases.

  • 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 Santa Clara County

The population in Santa Clara County in 2012 was 1,837,504, up from 1,682,585 in 2000. Santa Clara is a bustling urban county and as such has a high population density of 1,402 per square mile. The cost of living is also significantly above the national average of 100 at 136. But with the average home price of 800,000 you won't be living there unless you have substantial amounts of funds; in fact, the median household income is higher than San Francisco. The source of this increased income is the high-paying jobs of Silicon Valley.

The racial makeup of Santa Clara is 35.2% white non-hispanics; 31.7% asian individuals; 26.9% hispanic or latinos; 3% multiracial individuals; and 2.4% black non-hispanic individuals.

Looking for something to do in Santa Clara? Anything is better than jail … but the county does have quite a lot to choose from. The entire county is a playground for the well-off, from Stanford Professors to the smartest Palo Alto tech gurus. For outdoor enthusiasts, the Henry W. Coe State Park is prime hiking and recreational real estate.

In Santa Clara County there exists the Santa Clara City Jail, the Main Jail South, the Main Jail North, the Elmwood Men's Facility and a juvenile detention centers for both males and females. Elmwood is by far the largest with an average number of 2,600 inmates, both medium and minimum security for males and all security levels for females.