You may be visiting Mendocino and you have had a little too much to drink. You get behind the wheel of the car and a Mendocino County sheriff's deputy or highway patrolman spots you weaving. You end up at the Mendocino County Jail needing a Mendocino bail bond. When you call Golden State Bail Bonds at (800) XXX-XXXX, we can help with your release.
Golden State Bail Bonds has built a reputation for compassion, discrete service.
For 12 years, the popular CBS show "Murder She Wrote" was filmed in Mendocino, California. At least a dozen other movies have been filmed in the scenic town on the northern California coast. The town is also host to an annual music festival. While the city of Mendocino doesn't have its own police department, officials with the Mendocino Sheriff's Office are quite busy when these entertainment events come to town.
Here is a quick overview about posting a bail bond in Mendocino:
- The Mendocino County Corrections Facility, located at 951 Low Gap Road in Ukiah. The jail can house up to 364 inmates.
- After you call Golden State Bail Bonds at 1-866-492-8387, we will find out the Mendocino bail bond information. We go to the Mendocino County Correctional Facility. Even in small jails, the booking process can take several hours, especially on the weekends. In some cases, an inmate has to wait 48 hours to appear before a judge before bond is granted.
- If someone else is paying your bail bond in Mendocino, we allow them to pay for the Mendocino bond on the telephone with a major credit card. At Golden State Bail Bonds, we have our forms online or we can fax them. Once the forms are completed, we can take payment online or over the telephone. We make the process of completing a Mendocino bail bond easy.
- In most cases, once someone is booked into the Mendocino County Jail, he or she will need a ride. Your Golden State Bail Bonds representative can offer a free ride home in most cases.
Golden State Bail Bonds takes the stress out of this difficult time by handling the detail of getting your loved one released on bond from the Mendocino County Corrections Facility. Golden State Bail Bonds is available in Mendocino seven days a week, 24 hours a day. Call (800) XXX-XXXX to let us help you bond your loved one with a bail bond in Mendocino or if you have a question about bail.