The 84-bed Inyo County Jail houses men and women of all classifications. Located near the Nevada border, the cities and town in Inyo County, which is the second largest in California, include Big Pine, Bishop, Cartago, Darwin, Deep Springs, Dixon Lane-Meadow Creek, Furnace Creek, Homewood Canyon-Valley Wells, Independence, Keeler, Lone Pine, Mesa, Olancha, Pearsonville, Round Valley, Shoshone, Tecopa, West Bishop and Wilkerson.
Known for its scenic beauty, Inyo County attracts outdoor enthusiasts from around the world. Inyo County is home to Death Valley, the lowest point in the United States. Your lowest point may be when you find yourselves in the Inyo County Jail and needing an Inyo County bail bondsman. Golden State Bail Bonds is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to assist with all kinds of bail bonds in Inyo County including surety, immigration, criminal and traffic bonds.
When you call us we will find out the circumstances surrounding your arrest and make arrangements to get you out as quickly as possible.
There are some things you need to remember if you have been arrested and need an Inyo County bail bondsman:
- It may take several hours to bond you out, depending on how busy the Inyo County Jail is. Booking by an Inyo County deputy can be a lengthy process and includes a criminal records check, picture and fingerprinting. That is why your California bail bondsman is willing to wait for you in the lobby and save your loved ones the hassle of having to come to the Inyo County Jail.
- When you use Golden State Bail Bonds, we can take the information and payment over the phone, again allowing your loved ones to bail you out of the Inyo County Jail from the comfort of their home home.
- When you make bail, you will be given a day to return to court. Don't miss this date, or you will be arrested for failure to appear. Your Golden State Bail Bonds' representative will have this information, should you lose or forget your court date.
When you call Golden State Bail Bonds, we make the process as easy as 1-2-3. We are not here to judge you or make you feel bad about your arrest. Your information is safe with us. Many people across California have trusted us to help them when they are or their loved ones jailed and we will treat you and your situation with the same compassion and respect. Call us to speak to one of our licensed bail agents.