STANISLAUS COUNTY HONOR FARM INFORMATION
The Honor Farm houses both sentenced inmates and selected pretrial inmates. Pretrial inmates may be eligible to be bailed out of jail. For full information, call 888-BAIL-BOND now to speak with a licensed bondsman.
Inmates housed here have the ability to participate in outdoor exercise and are permitted open area visits with family members and friends. Inmates also participate in work crews assigned to maintenance or the cleanup of highways.
In 1977, two of the eighty-six bed barracks were destroyed by fire. In 1986, one of the barracks was restored. Stanislaus county obtained a salvaged military building and moved it onto an area immediately adjacent to the barracks lost to fire. This is the building, along with three eighty-six bed barracks which are currently utilized.
During the arrest and booking process of the defendant at the Honor Farm, bail will be set by the Stanislaus County bail bonds schedule. After they have been booked, if applicable, the defendant will have several options for release.
For release from the Honor Farm, bonds are posted at the Stanislaus County Men's Jail. We can post bonds for this facility 24 hours a day.
BAIL BONDS FOR THE HONOR FARM
Let our professional Honor Farm bondsman guide you through the bail bonds process quickly and confidently. They can get you the necessary paperwork within minutes to your fax or email. We obtain Stanislaus County Honor Farm bail bonds in the fastest time possible, so contact a bondsman right away toll free at 888-224-5266 any time of day or night.
The bail bonds application and bail indemnity agreement are the two bond documents that will need to be signed, prior to us posting the bond. We will work as quickly as possible to ensure the timely release of the individual from custody and we will help you understand your responsibilities and how the Stanislaus County bail bonds process works for the Honor Farm.
The cost of a bail bond is 10% of the total amount of the bail. For example: If the amount of the bail is $20,000, you will pay $2,000 to have your family member or friend released from jail. Additionally, we offer flexible bail payment options.
We never charge any finance fees, charges or taxes, and can offer no collateral bail options to qualified applicants. We take all major credit cards and we always accept cash. Call to see how we can best assist you. We're always happy to help.
If you are planning to visit an inmate at the Honor Farm, you must adhere to all facility visiting rules and regulations. Special visits may occur prior to the approval process with the approval of the shift supervisor. Inmate visiting will be held on Saturday and Sunday. The specific day and time will be based on the first initial of the inmate’s last name.
All visitors must fill out the inmate visitor request form prior to their visit. Visitors must do this in order to receive approval for visiting an inmate. If all fields on the request form are not completed fully and legibly, the receiving deputy may not be able to accept the visit form.
The visitor approval clerk will then review every request for approval. They will return a copy of the visitor approval form and notify the inmate what visitors were approved or disapproved to visit. Visit request forms will be reviewed by the clerk within 24 hours, but no later than 72 hours from the time the form was submitted.
If you want to talk with a licensed agent regarding Honor Farm bail bonds, please call us 24/7 at 888 BAIL BOND. We provide bail bonds throughout the County of Stanislaus and the entire state of California.
If a friend, family member or loved has been arrested anywhere in Stanislaus County and taken to the Honor Farm, let us help you through this time.
We can assist people in the Stanislaus County with bail bonds and you can rest assured we understand the jail system and legal processes.
If you have any questions about obtaining Stanislaus County Honor Farm bail bonds, call a licensed bondsman, toll-free 24/7 at 888-224-5266.
Stanislaus County Honor Farm
8224 W. Grayson Road
Modesto, CA 95358
(209) 538-2202 - Public Information and Custody Questions
The Stanislaus County Honor Farm is located fourteen miles southwest of Modesto in Stanislaus County. The Average inmate population is 350.