If you need a bail bond for Marin County Jail, call to speak to a bondsman now at 1-877-861-3761 (1-877-861-3761).
Marin County Jail
Marin County Jail
13 Peter Behr Dr.
San Rafael, CA 94903
Bail Bonds in San Rafael
The Marin County Sheriff's Department is responsible for maintaining a safe and secure environment within the Marin County Jail. In 2006, over 8,000 individuals were booked at the county jail, housing an average of 318 inmates each day.
Individuals are booked into the Marin County Jail for violating the law or have been sentenced by the court system to serve a jail term. Both men and women are housed at the jail. No one under the age of 18 is held at the jail.
To find out if a friend or family member has been booked into the Marin County Jail, you can call the jail. Jail staff will be able to confirm if the person you are looking for is currently in custody, what law enforcement agency arrested them, what their bail amount is, and when their scheduled court appearance will be.
Or, call Tonya Page Bail Bonds and a professional bondsman will help you through the process: 1-877-861-3761.
Bail Bonds for Marin County
If your loved one or friend has been arrested in Marin County, call Tonya Page Bail Bonds right away. We’ll get started immediately on obtaining release in a safe and timely manner.
A professional bondsman is ready to help you through the distressing situation you find yourself in. We know how overwhelming the bail bond process can be, and that is why we make ourselves available to answer your questions 24-hours a day, 7-days a week.
We'll even start a bail bond for your loved one in the Marin County Jail over the phone. Paperwork can be completed by phone, fax, or email or one of our bond agents will meet you at a location that's convenient for you.
When you call us at 1-877-861-3761, a bondsman will be here to walk you through the process for bail bonds in Marin County.
Inmate Services & Visitation
Medical and psychological services are available for inmate’s 24-hours a day, 7-days a week.
Inmates are permitted one thirty-minute visitation each day. Inmates are responsible for scheduling their own visits 24-hours in advance and notifying visitors of the correct date and time to visit. Walk-in visitors are not allowed.
Visiting hours start at 9 a.m. on weekdays and end at 9 p.m. On weekends, visitation starts at 9 a.m. and ends at 5:45 p.m. It is recommended that you arrive for visitation 15 minutes early for the visiting procedure process.To provide money for an inmate's commissary use, you can pay with credit card online at www.JPAY.com or over the phone at 1-800-574-5729 (JPAY). A cash deposit can be made in the JPAY kiosk inside the jail lobby. Cashier's checks and money orders may be made out to the inmate and mailed to the jail.
Inmates are permitted to have softcover books but they must be sent directly from the publisher or book store. No more than 5 books are allowed at one time.Inmates can receive emails through www.JPAY.com. Messages will be screened before delivery daily. Pre-paid phone accounts can be set up through Global Tel Link, either at www.GTL.net or 1-866-230-7761.
Inmates are allowed unlimited mail while they are incarcerated. Mail will be opened and searched for contraband, cash and money orders before being delivered to the inmate.
Inmates are given access to telephones which they can use to make outgoing phone calls. Calls will be made collect or through prepaid calling cards. Jail staff will not take telephone messages for inmates.Bail will be accepted 24-hours a day. It can be posted with cash, a postal or bank money order made out to the clerk of court, a surety bond issued by a California- based company, or with a cash advance bail using GovPay. Personal checks are not accepted.
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