The Madera County Department of Corrections is one of the few county jails in the country that is not run by the county sheriff. The Madera County Board of Supervisors is in charge of the jail. The facility, located at 14191 Road 28 in Madera holds 370 inmates.
The jail serves the cities of Madera, Chowchilla, Ahwahnee, Bass Lake, Berenda, Coarsegold, Fairmead, Madera Ranchos, North Fork, Oakhurst, O'Neals, Raymond and Rolling Hills.
If you are booked into the Madera County Jail, you will need a Madera County bail bondsman. If this is your first arrest, you may be hesitant about calling a Madera County bail bondsman. But a using a bail bondsman can save you time and money. Golden State Bail Bonds is striving to be the leader in the California bail bond industry. Our licensed California bail bondsmen are professional and are available to you 24 hours a day, seven days a week. We deal with all kinds of charges and bonds from DUI's to major felony cases to immigration bonds.
So what do you do if you need Golden State Bail Bonds? Call us at (800) XXX-XXXX.
Here is simple, step-by step guide to the bail experience:
- Be patient while waiting to be released from the Madera County Jail. Even if the charge is only a minor traffic violation, it still may take several hours for someone to be released on a Madera County bail bond. Fingerprints, records checks and pictures are all an important part of the booking process for the Madera County Department of Corrections. Weekends at the Madera County Jail are usually very busy.
- If you are posting a Madera County bail bond for someone else, you don't have to come to the jail to post bond. If you have never been inside a county jail, it can be an intimidating place. That's why Golden State Bail Bonds sends a licensed, professional agent to the Madera County Jail to handle the bonding process. All you need to do is fax or email the bond papers to us, then make arrangements to pay the Madera County bail bond online or on the phone. We actually fill out most of the paperwork for you.
- Your responsibility does not end once the Madera County bail bond is posted. Bail bonds are paid to assure that the inmate returns for his or her upcoming court appearances. Your Golden State bail bond agent will keep you informed about upcoming court appearances in Madera County. Failing to appear in court is a serious violation and can result in immediate.
If you are still concerned about using a Madera County bail bondsman, consider this-we are regulated by the California Department of Insurance. We must uphold the highest professional standards or our license is pulled. Call Golden State Bail Bonds and let us take the worry out of your arrest.