If you receive a call that your friend or loved one is locked up on the Yolo County Jail, the next call you should make should be to Golden State Bail Bonds at (800) XXX-XXXX. We work with Yolo County officials to help families like yours post a Yolo County bail bond.
In Yolo County, there is only one jail, known as the Monroe Detention Center, is located at 2420 East Gibson Road in Woodland. The facility houses those arrested in Davis, West Sacramento, Winters, Woodland, Broderick, Brooks, Bryte, Capay, Clarksburg, Conway Ranch, Dunnigan, El Macero, Esparto, Guinda, Knights Landings, Madison, Plainfield, Rumsey, Yolo and Zamora.
If you have never dealt with an arrest in Yolo County, here is some advice that should help you:
- If you have never been to the Yolo County Jail, it can be an intimidating place. Golden State Bail Bonds spares you a trip to the jail. When you call us, a representative at Golden State Bail Bonds can fax the forms to you or you can download them from our website. We accept all major credit cards so you can pay the Yolo County bail online or on the phone.
- Even if the charge is only a minor traffic violation by the California Highway Patrol, it still may take several hours to get your friend, relative or other loved one out of jail. The booking process at the Yolo County Jail includes a records check, pictures and fingerprinting. If the jail officials have many inmates to book, that will slow the process down even more. That's why Golden State Bail Bonds will send a representative to post the Yolo County bail bond as fast as possible.
- Bail is paid to the Yolo County courts to assure that the inmate returns for his or her upcoming court appearances. Your Golden State Bail Bonds' representative will keep you informed as to when the next court appearance is.
Whether or not you receive the call at 2 p.m. or 2 a.m. that someone you love is locked up in the Yolo County Jail, Golden State Bail Bonds is ready to help you. Don't worry if you are unable to come to the Yolo County Jail. Your licensed Yolo County bail bondsman will be there to find out the estimated time of release and in most cases, we can give the inmate a ride home. Call us at Golden State Bail Bonds at (800) XXX-XXXX and let us help you.