You may be at a loss as to where to turn and how to find help if you are arrested in Mariposa County. 888 Bail Bond is ready to assist you.We are a family owned and operated bail bond company with forty years of experience serving all of California.
A bondsman is available whether you are in a big city or in a small rural county like Mariposa. You may know very little about the bail bond process. You may have an unfavorable impression of the bail industry. You may feel worried and overwhelmed by the situation you’re facing.
When you call 888 Bail Bond, a licensed bail bondsman will offer free phone consultations around the clock every day of the year. Call us at 888-224-5266.
When you call 888 Bail Bond a licensed and professional bondsman will ask you some questions to help us determine how to provide you with the services you need. These are some of the questions we might ask you about the defendant's current situation: When and where was the individual arrested? Why? What in general are the charges? What is the booking number? Do you know which jail?
In addition, we will also ask questions about your personal circumstances and how you will pay for the bail bond. Some of the questions we might ask include: What is your name? Where do you live? How long have you lived there? Are you employed? Where do you work? How will you pay for your bail bond?
You can count on 888 Bail Bond to post your Mariposa bail bonds. Contact us at 888-BAIL BOND to take care of your individual needs.
BAIL BOND FEES
Bail bond fees are set by each state. In California, the bail bond fee is 10% of the full bail amount. For example, your fee for a $20,000 bond will be $2,000. You may see some offers for bail bonds at 5%. Be aware that anyone offering a lower rate is acting against the law.
PAYMENT & FINANCING
Bail bond companies require payment for the bond before they post bail. We understand that sometimes you may not be able to pay such an unexpected expense in full. We work with you to determine the best payment plan for your circumstances. We will ask you about your situation to determine the best payment plan for you. Call us for prompt action. 888-BAIL BOND.
We accept Visa, Master Card, Discover and American Express if you wish to pay with a credit card.
We will work with you to set up a suitable payment plan that fits your circumstances. We offer affordable payment plans at 0% financing. You may qualify for a “no collateral” bail bond. Please take a look at our video library for explanations of our bail bond options.
SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT & JAIL INFORMATION
5099 Old Hwy
Mariposa, CA 95338
The Mariposa County Sheriff’s Office supervises the Mariposa Adult Detention Facility, (aka County Jail). There are no other police agencies or services in Mariposa County.
5379 State Highway 49 N
Mariposa, CA 95338
Mariposa County’s official website proudly proclaims Mariposa as “The Home of Yosemite” and is a spectacular scenic travel destination. Mariposa is the county seat but there are very few communities of any size in this county with a little less than 20,000 population. The Sheriff’s Office website provides comprehensive information about the Mariposa County Adult Detention Facility and it's operations and procedures for detainees and their families and friends.
The Frequently Asked Questions page mainly addresses the concerns of someone who is helping the detainee or wants to communicate with someone in jail. The topics cover information about what happens when someone is arrested, what to do about bail, how to communicate with the detainee / prisoner, what restrictions apply to mail and visitation and how to get other questions answered.
ARREST AND DETENTION
What happens to a person arrested in Mariposa County depends on the reason for the arrest.
- On misdemeanor charges the person arrested usually will be booked, cited and released.
- If the arrestee is intoxicated they will have to sober up before anything else can happen.
- On felony charges, or arrests on a warrant, the person will usually be held until they see a judge or post bail.
- The court decides when the subject will see a judge. Call 209-966-5711 to reach the court.
- Once bail has been set anyone can pay the subject’s bail by cashier’s check made out to the jail or with cash.
- The bail amount will be refunded the entire amount when the subject has been discharged by the court.
- Another option is to use a bail bond agency to post bail.
- The arrestee will be released from jail as soon as the bond is posted using either of these options.
The Sheriff’s Office website provides detailed instructions and procedures for both the inmate and those who might want to contact them while they’re in jail.
Adult Detention Facility staff may not provide any information about inmate movement, court dates or medical or other appointments. Follow the instructions for mail regulations as the facility cannot accept any items for the inmate. Do not bring personal items when you report for court ordered commitment. Facility staff cannot recommend bail bond agents.
An account is set up for inmates at the time of commitment. Contributions (cash, money orders or cashier’s checks) to the inmate’s account can be made any time at the facility. Money orders and cashier’s checks made out to the inmate can be mailed or included in a letter to the inmate. The booking number and cell number are not required. Personal checks are not permitted.
An inmate may visit one hour each week. All visits are through glass. Visitation is scheduled by cell block. Check the Sheriff’s website for exact day and time slot for cell blocks A-F. Visitors need a picture ID and the inmate’s cell block assignment. Be sure to review the detailed instructions on the website for what you can wear, what you can bring with you and how you must behave.
Incoming calls to the inmate are not permitted and telephone messages are not accepted. Inmates may make calls during the booking process and after committment phones are available at scheduled times. Outgoing calls may be charged to a phone card bought at the commissary or placed as collect calls. Commercial phone cards are not permitted and will not work. Telephone calls may be recorded.
Inmates may receive mail and all mail, incoming and outgoing, is monitored. No booking number or cell assignment is necessary for incoming mail. All mail must be addressed as followed:
Mariposa County Jail
c/o Mariposa County Jail
Post Office Box 727
Mariposa, CA 95338-0727
There are many conditions and requirements for types and methods of mail that can be sent. Be sure to review the Sheriff’s website for detailed and specific instruction.
When you call 888 Bail Bond a bondsman will help you with your Mariposa County bail bond needs. 888-BAIL BOND.
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