Many people revel in history and love visiting landmarks and old buildings. But if you are on the other side of the metal bars at the Calaveras County Jail and needing a Calaveras County bail bondsman, you are no sightseer. The Calaveras County Jail, built in 1963 is one of the oldest jails in California and one of the most overcrowded. The jail is located at 891 Mountain Ranch Road in San Andreas. If you are arrested and sent to the Calaveras County Jail, you will be housed in one of the oldest and most overcrowded jails in California.
The wisest call you or a family member can make is to Golden State Bail Bonds. Our licensed California bail bondsmen will make sure you don't stay in jail one minute longer than needed. If you are not sure if you have a bond or can get a bond, we can help answer your questions. We are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week at (800) XXX-XXXX to serve people who need all kinds of bonds. Here's what we can do:
- If you don't have the money to get yourself pay the Calaveras County bond, a friend or relative can help you, even if they live in another city or state. Golden State Bail Bonds has the necessary forms online. If "Uncle Joe" in Wyoming doesn't have a computer, we can fax the forms to an office or other location.
- Let's say Uncle Joe can't make it California to pay your Calaveras County bail bond. After we receive the proper forms, he can pay online or over the phone. Your information is safe with us. Golden State Bail Bonds is held to the highest standards in the industry as a member of the California Bail Agents Association.
- If Uncle Joe can't come and get you and your car has been impounded, in most cases your Golden State Bail Bonds Agent can give you a ride home.
Sometimes bond is not quickly set. Serious charges may require an appearance before a Calaveras County judge. If you have to appear in court before you can get a Calaveras County bail bond, your Golden State bail agent can appear on your behalf. Agents with Golden State Bail Bonds have worked in many courts to secure a client's release. In fact, many attorneys in Calaveras County call on us to secure their client's Calaveras County bail bond.
So who goes to the Calaveras County Jail? The cities served in Calaveras County are Angels Camp (which has its own police department), Arnold, Avery, Copperopolis, Dorrington, Forest Meadows, Mokelumne Hill, Mountain Ranch, Murphys, Rail Road Flat, Rancho Calaveras, San Andreas, Sheepranch, Vallecito, Valley Springs, Wallace and West Point. No matter where you are arrested in Calaveras County, Golden State Bail Bonds will be there to help. Call us at (800) XXX-XXXX.