Bail Bonds for Mono County Jail
When a friend or family member is arrested, it can put a lot of strain on everyone. The first thing you want to do is make sure that they get released as quickly as possible, and in the safest manner possible. They have too many more important things to do than sit in jail for days, weeks or even months.
If someone you know has been arrested and taken to the Mono County Jail, contacting a licensed bail bondsman will help you get started on gaining their release. We can have you approved within minutes.
When you call Tonya Page Bail Bonds at 1-877-861-3761, a licensed bail bondsman will be able to answer your questions about bail bonds in Mono County 24 hours a day 7 days a week.
Mono County Jail
25 Emigrant St.
Bridgeport, CA 93517
When someone is arrested in Mono County, they will be transported to the Mono County Jail for booking. The booking process will include fingerprinting, photographs (“mug shot”), a background check and nationwide warrant search. Officers may set a bail amount for bailable offenses according to the county bail schedule.
Bail may also be set by the judge during arraignment. The judge will consider any prior offenses and fight risk when determining a defendant’s bail. The judge may decide to release the defendant on his own recognizance (OR) or remand them to custody without setting bail.
The defendant will remain in custody at the jail until they are released. Any property that the defendant has on them at the time of arrest will be collected and stored until they are released.
Inmates can also release their property to a friend or family member at any time by signing a property release form. Anyone collecting an inmate’s property must have a valid photo ID card.
Inmates may not receive any items except for money in the form of cash, cashiers checks, and money orders brought to the jail lobby. Inmates can purchase items from the jail commissary with any funds they have available.
Inmates may send and receive mail. Inmate mail should be addressed to PO Box 697, Bridgeport, CA 93517 and return address should appear on the front of the envelope.
All incoming mail will be inspected for contraband. You may not send more than 3 pictures at a time and they cannot depict criminal/ gang activity or be sexual in nature. Stationary, blank cards, stamps and writing materials may not be sent. Food, hygiene products and cash are also not allowed to be mailed.
Inmates may receive money orders made out to them. Books and magazines are allowed to be sent, but must come directly from the publisher.
Visiting an Inmate
Visitors must be over 18 or accompanied by a parent. A valid photo ID is required to visit an inmate. Visitors are subject to search, both their property and person. Mono County Jail does not allow contact visits. It is a felony offense to bring a weapon, alcohol, narcotics or drug paraphernalia into the facility.
Visiting hours are Sunday, Monday and Wednesday from 1:00 pm- 5:00 pm and Friday from 7:00 pm- 9:30 pm.
If your friend or family member needs a bail bond, finding a licensed bondsman is very important. Tonya Page Bail Bonds is ready to assist immediately. We can post a bond for your loved one at the Mono County Jail 24-hours a day. In most cases, no collateral is required for a bail bond. Payments can be made with any major credit card. We will work with our clients to set up a payment plan so that a bail bond is easier to afford.
Call us as at 1-877-861-3761 soon as you learn of your friend or family member’s arrest. We can get to work on bringing them home in as little time as possible.