The crime rate in Merced County is one of the reasons the county seat was listed as one of the lowest ranking cities in the 2007 version of the book "Cities Ranked and Rated by Bert Sperling and Peter Sander." In the book, Merced, the county ranked 370th out of 373 cities.
When you or someone you love is arrested in Merced County, you may be confused about how to post a Merced County bail bond. The Merced County Sheriff's Office does not list any information about posting bail on its website. The staff at Golden State Bail Bonds takes the guesswork out of bond. Here is some information:
There are two correctional facilities in Merced County:
Main Jail Facility700 West 22nd Street
Merced, CA 95340
Phone: (209) 385-7410
John Latorraca Correctional Facility2584 West Sandy Mush Road
El Nido, CA 95317
Phone: (209) 385-7575
When you call us, a Golden State bail agent immediately gets to work on getting you or your loved one out of jail. We call the Merced County Jail and get the bond information. Whether it is a surety bond, immigration bond, criminal bond or traffic bond, we can help you untangle the legal wranglings of bail in Merced.
Frequently Asked Bail Questions
I'm too shaken to drive. Do I have to go to the jail to sign the bond forms?If you are bonding a friend of relative out of jail, you can do so without having to leave home. Golden State Bail Bonds will fax a form to you or you can download it online. You can even pay us online or on the phone.
How will I know when my son is released from Merced County Jail?We wait at the Merced County Jail until you or your loved one is released. We'll then call, text or tweet a message to you that your son has been released. If it is possible, your Merced County bail bondsman can even offer a free ride home.
I don't know what the bond amount is.Sometimes you won't know the bond amount unless your loved one has seen a judge. If it is not possible for bond to be made immediately, Golden State Bail Bonds will get the appropriate court information and even appear at the bond hearing.
Golden State Bail Bonds is not limited to serving Merced, the county seat. Other cities and towns in Merced County are Atwater, Livingston, Los Banos, Dos Palos, Guistine, Ballico, Cressey, Delhi, Hilmar, Le Grand, Planada, Santa Nella, Snelling, South Dos Palos, Stevinson and Winton.
Golden State Bail Bonds should be the first number you call when your or a loved one has a run in with the law. Because we know that people are arrested at all hours of the day and night, we have representaives available to assist you 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Call us at (800) XXX-XXXX to let one of our licensed California bail bondsmen help you.