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Know Someone Stuck in Tuolumne County Bail Bonds Jail?

We understand how difficult this situation can be -- even scary.

You can stop searching now for a bail bond provider, because we're happy to prove we're the best. Speed, reliability, convenience and compassion -- that's what you're looking for when you need your friend or loved one bailed out of jail. We're a family business, working to help people out in their time of need. Please contact us during yours, and we'll make the situation right, as quickly as possible. 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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About Tuolumne County

The population of Tuolumne County was 54,008 in 2012, down from 54,501 in 2000. The density of the population is low, which is expected since it is declining as well and that's rare in California, with only 25 people per square mile. The population is employed mostly by private wages at 64%, while the government employes 22%, 13% is self-employed and 1% is unpaid due to working for family.

The racial makeup of Tuolumne County is as follows: 81.9% white non-hispanic, 10.7% hispanic or latino, 2.4% multiracial, 2% black non-hispanic, 1.5% American Indian and Alaska Native, and 1% asian.

Looking for something to do in Tuolumne County? Try Yosemite National Park, the Emigrant Wilderness Area, and the Stanislaus National Forest.

Corrections in the county is handled by the Tuolumne County Jail, with 152 beds.