BAIL BOND PROCESS
When you call, a bail bond agent will need to ask a few basic questions so that we can approve a bail bond.
This can include: the inmate's full name and date of birth, employment information and address, list of charges and bail amount, and where they are being held.
Once a bond is approved, our simple paperwork can be completed over the phone, by fax or email, or in person at any convenient location, including your home or office.
For Humboldt County bail bonds, speak to a bondsman now at 888-BAIL-BOND (1-888-224-5266).
PAYING FOR A BAIL BOND
The cost of a bail bond in California is equal to 10% of the total bail amount.
For example, if bail is $10,000, the fee for a bail bond will be $1,000.
We know that no one plans to pay a large sum of money at a moment's notice, and that being able to afford the cost of a bail bond may not be easy. That is why we accept payments made with any major credit card. This is often the most preferred method of payment for clients.
We will also make a payment plan for clients with no extra taxes or fees.
Booking in Humbolt County
When someone is arrested in Humboldt County, they will be taken to the County Jail for booking.
The first step will be a medical questionnaire. They will then be searched for any weapons and contraband.
Once their information is completely entered into the system, they will be fingerprinted and photographed.
This process can take several hours to complete, depending on how busy the jail staff is when the offender is brought in.
This can be an overwhelming experience, but with the help of a reliable bail bondsman, it can be much easier to handle. Let our family get to work helping yours.
Humboldt County Bail Bonds Solutions for You
You likely have many questions and concerns and we're here to help you through the process. We offer:
HUMBOLDT COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT & JAIL
- Humboldt County Sheriff's Department
- Area Police Departments
- Humboldt County Jail
- The County Of Humboldt
826 Fourth St.
Eureka, CA 95501
Bail Bonds for Eureka
The Humboldt County Sheriff's Department provides effective and responsive public safety services to citizens and visitors of the county. Sheriff's Deputies feel that it is their duty to maintain order in the community, while at the same time affording dignity and respect to everyone and holding themselves to the highest possible standards.
736 F Street
Arcata, CA 95521
Blue Lake Police Department
111 Greenwood Rd.
Blue Lake, CA 95225
Eureka Police Department
604 C Street
Eureka, CA 95501
Ferndale Police Department
Fortuna Police Department
621 11th Street
Fortuna, CA 95540
Rio Dell Police Department
675 Wildwood Ave.
Rio Dell, CA 95562
Trinidad Police Department
409 Trinity St.
Trinidad, CA 95570
All police departments in the county use the Humboldt County jail.
The Sheriff runs the Humboldt County Jail, which is at the same location as the headquarters. The Custody Services Bureau is comprised of 131 full-time employees, including 116 Correctional Officers. The primary function of the custody Bureau is the care and custody of sentenced and pre-trial inmates. The Humboldt County Jail Correctional Facility is rated to house 411 inmates.
Humboldt County is also located in an area of California that is notorious for its earthquakes that register over 6.0 magnitude. Part of the Redwood National and State Parks are found in the county, as well as the King Range National Conservation Area, and the Samoa Dunes Recreation Area.
One of the best-known aspects of Humboldt County is its cultivation of marijuana. While patients and caregivers are permitted to grow up to 99 plants if given a doctor's recommendation, many others have been growing the plant for the purpose of selling it all along the California coast. Law enforcement frequently conducts raids to help eliminate the illegal growth of marijuana.
If you have received a phone call from a friend or family member who has been arrested in Humboldt County, you may not be sure who you can turn to for help.
When you call 888 Bail Bond at 888-BAIL-BOND, a professional bondsman will be available to speak with you 24-hours a day, 7-days a week for Humboldt County bail bonds.
HUMBOLDT CITIES & INFORMATION
888 Bail Bond provides bail to all cities and police departments throughout Humboldt County including: