Humboldt County Bail Bonds

Humboldt County, California, located along the north coast, 270 miles north of San Francisco.  The County of Humboldt is home to more than 100 miles of coastline, densely forested mountains, and old growth Coast Redwood Forests, along with dozens of other state and federal forests and parks.

The economy of Humboldt County is centered around forestry and dairy products. However, the past few decades have seen an increase in commercial marijuana cultivation, as the county has been a major proponent of legalized cannabis with Proposition 215 and the legalization of recreational marijuana, more recently, with the passage of Prop 64 in 2016. In some parts of the county, marijuana cultivation is now the central economic contributor.

Cities in Humboldt County

The cities in Humboldt County include Eureka, Arcata, Ferndale, Fortuna, Trinidad, Garberville, Shelter Cove, Blue Lake, Rio Dell, Samoa, Carlotta, Petrolia, Hoopa, Scotia, Loleta, Bridgeville, Weitchpec, Kneeland, Bayside, Fieldbrook, Manila, King Salmon, Big Lagoon, Fernbridge, Moonstone, Indianola, Bucksport, Centerville, Rohnerville, Crannell, Bracut, Clam Beach, Ridgewood Heights, Tsurau, Brainard, Metropolitan, Waddington, and Arlynda Corners.

Humboldt County Law Enforcement

Law enforcement for Humboldt County is provided by the Humboldt County Sheriff's Office. With Sheriff's Stations located across the county, the Sheriff's Department works closely with the city police and State Patrol to police and protect the citizens of Humboldt County.

Humboldt County Sheriff's Office

826 4th Street

Eureka, CA  95501

(707) 445-7251

Garberville Station

648 Locust Street

Garberville, CA  95542

(707) 923-2761

McKinleyville Station

1608 Pickett Road

McKinleyville, CA  95519

(707) 839-6600

Trinity River Division

80 Country Club Drive

Willow Creek, CA  95573

(530) 629-1025

Arrested in Humboldt County

If things don't go as planned, in Humboldt County, and you find yourself having to deal with law enforcement in Humboldt County, California, it's important to remember a few things that will help keep you from making matters worse. Stay Calm! Don't Struggle! Keep a level head! You can avoid making the situation worse by staying calm and speaking reasonably with police officers. This puts you in a much better position down the road.

Bail Bonds at the Humboldt County Jail

If you are arrested in Humboldt County, you will be taken to the Humboldt County Jail for booking and processing.

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Humboldt Correctional Facility

826 Fourth Street

Eureka, CA  95501

(707) 441-5159

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Bail Bonds at the Humboldt County Superior Court

The Superior Court of California in Humboldt County is located in Eureka on Fifth Street.

Humboldt County Courthouse

825 Fifth Street

Eureka, CA  95501

(707) 445-7256

Open from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm, Monday through Friday, except court holidays.

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Who's in Jail in Humboldt County?

If you suspect that a friend or loved one is behind bars in Humboldt County, call Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds for help. Call (844) 400-BAIL (2245) for help in finding your friend or loved one in jail and help getting them out and home to friends and family as quickly as possible.

You can also call the jails directly and ask them about your friends or loved ones. You will need the individuals full name and date of birth, when calling. For information about who's in jail in Humboldt County, call (707) 441-5159 or click here.

Who Sets Bail in Humboldt County?

The bail for each county is set according to a schedule that is posted at each jail facility and available in court. The judge can set a different amount of bail, during a bail hearing, however. The standard Felony Bail Schedule for Humboldt County can be found here.

To figure the total amount of bail required for felony charges requires several steps, you can complete the worksheet found here.

Is Marijuana Legal in Humboldt County?

On November 8, 2016, California voters said “Yes” to Proposition 64, paving the way for the recreational use of pot by adults. Adults are defined as being persons 21 years of age or older. California's marijuana law also makes it legal for weed to be sold in the state but only by licensed businesses. Therefore, anyone caught in possession of marijuana, in excess of a few ounces, or marijuana that is separated out into baggies for individual sale or distribution, can still be charged with violating Health and Safety Code 11359, if they do not also have a license to sell Marijuana in California. This code provides criminal penalties for people caught carrying, transporting, or selling marijuana without a license.

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Proposition 215

The use of medical marijuana, often referred to as cannabis, has been legal since the passage of the “Compassionate Use Act of 1996.” Passed by voter approval, as California Proposition 215, and outlined in the California Health and Safety Code 11362.5, you are allowed to use medical cannabis in California, if a licensed California physician has approved marijuana for the treatment of a serious medical condition.

“Serious conditions” for which you might be prescribed medical marijuana, include:

  • AIDS
  • Anorexia
  • Arthritis
  • Cancer
  • Chronic Pain
  • Glaucoma
  • Migraine
  • Muscle Spasms – including, but not limited to, the spasms associated with MS
  • Seizures – including, but not limited to, seizures associated with epilepsy
  • Severe Nausea
  • Other Conditions

Can I get Arrested for Having Cannabis in Humboldt County?

Prop 64 made it legal for adults to possess and use cannabis for recreation. However, it maintained strict guidelines for the sale and distribution of marijuana. The sale of marijuana requires a state-issued license. If a person is caught with more than one ounce of marijuana, they could be charged with the intent to distribute. It is even more likely that they would charged if the cannabis is packaged in small baggies or found with scales or other packaging paraphernalia. Also, if you are carrying marijuana and get stopped by authorities in an area where drug deals are known to take place or caught in the act of making a sale, you will most likely be charged.

Marijuana Bail Bonds for Humboldt County

While medical marijuana, (or cannabis), has been legal in California since 1996, and, more recently, recreational cannabis use has been legalized in the state, as well, there are still circumstances that can land you in a world of trouble. If you fail to follow the guidelines regarding cannabis, its uses and regulations, you may find yourself in trouble with the law.

In November of 2016, California citizens went to the polls and voted “yes” on Proposition 64, which made way for the legal, recreational use of marijuana by adults. Adults are defined as being persons over twenty-one years of age. Persons under twenty-one are not allowed to possess or use marijuana, in any form, without being prescribed by a doctor.

Prop 64 made it legal for adults to possess and use cannabis for recreation. However, it maintained strict guidelines for the sale and distribution of marijuana. The sale of marijuana requires a state-issued license. If a person is caught with more than one ounce of marijuana, they could be charged with the intent to distribute. It is even more likely that they would charged if the cannabis is packaged in small baggies or found with scales or other packaging paraphernalia. Also, if you are carrying marijuana and get stopped by authorities in an area where drug deals are known to take place or caught in the act of making a sale, you will most likely be charged.

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HS 11366 – Drug House Bail Bonds in Humboldt County

Health and Safety Code 11366 makes it a crime to operate any place for purpose of illegally selling or using a controlled substance. This activity is often referred to as “operating a drug house.” This charge often accompanies other drug related charges like sale or transportation of a controlled substance, or possession or sale of a controlled substance.

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HS 11364 Possession of Drug Paraphernalia

It is a misdemeanor to possess “paraphernalia” pertaining to the use or production of drugs. Items that might be considered “paraphernalia” include, but are not limited to:

  • Hypodermic Needles
  • Pipes
  • Bongs
  • Cocaine Spoons

A conviction for this charge can result in time in jail. A conviction may also qualify someone for a diversion program under Proposition 35.

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Illegal Cultivation of Marijuana in Humboldt County

When recreational use of marijuana by adults became legal with the passage of Proposition 64, in November of 2016, it also became legal for adults (those over 21) to cultivate, or grow, up to six marijuana plants for their personal use. However, cultivating more than six plants, or allowing other to use the product of those plants, remains a crime.

HS 11358 makes it a misdemeanor for most adults to cultivate more than six marijuana plants and provides up to six months in jail or a fine of up to $500 for anyone caught growing marijuana in excess of six plants. However, it becomes a felony for anyone who:

  • Has serious, violent felonies already on their record.
  • Is a registered sex offender.
  • Has two or more prior conviction for unlawful cultivation of marijuana.
  • Violators of certain environmental laws in the cultivation of marijuana.

It's important to note that cultivation of marijuana by anyone under twenty-one is against the law, regardless of how many plants. A single marijuana plant by someone under twenty-one can result in illegal cultivation charges.

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Can I be Charged Under Federal Law for Possession of Marijuana?

Humboldt County is home to a number of National Monuments and Federal Land designations. From the beautiful coastline to the Redwood Forests, there are areas of the county where Federal Laws outweigh the local laws.

The California Proposition 64 which legalized the adult use of marijuana in California, does not override the U.S. Controlled Substances Act which maintains marijuana's status as a schedule-one drug. This means that if you carry marijuana on federal property, such as national park lands, you could be subject to federal charges, though these are typically only brought in cases of large scale distribution. However, if you plan to visit a Federal Park or other place under federal jurisdiction, it may be wisest to leave your cannabis at home.

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HS 11352 Possession for Sale Bail Bonds

It is a felony to possess drugs for the purpose of selling them. If you are found with drugs in an amount, or packaging, which leads the arresting authority to think that you intended to sell the drugs, you could be arrested for possession with the intent to sell. Several factors go into deciding whether to charge someone with “intent to sell” rather than the less serious crime of simply “possession.” The cops will consider:

  • The amount of drugs found
  • The packaging of the drugs
  • Other items, such as scales, used for packaging drugs for sale
  • Weapons found on the person, or near the person, with the drugs
  • Large sums of cash

In other words, the police will look at more than just the amount of drugs you are carrying, when you are arrested, in determining whether to charge with possession versus possession with intent to sell. If you are carrying a relatively small amount of drugs, but you are also found with a weapon and large amounts of cash, it may be enough for police to charge you with possession with intent to sell.

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DUI Marijuana – VC 23153 (e)- in Humboldt County

Under California law, you are guilty of DUI marijuana if you drive a vehicle while impaired by marijuana. Vehicle Code 23152(e) reads: “It is unlawful for a person who is under the influence of any drug (including marijuana) to drive a vehicle.”

The evaluation for deciding if you're “driving stoned” is similar to the process for alcohol DUI. If a person is driving in an unsafe manner, looks or acts stoned, or if the officer can smell weed in the car, he will likely conduct a field sobriety test and may request a chemical blood test. The penalties for DUI marijuana are the same as DUI Alcohol and include probation up five years, up to six months in jail, and a fine of up to $1,000. The fines and jail time increase with each conviction, just as with DUI of alcohol or other drugs.

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HS 11352 Sale or Transportation of a Controlled Substance

Is is a felony to sell, furnish, administer, give away, transport, or import into California any illegal narcotic. You could be charged with a violation of HS 11352 if you are stopped for a traffic violation and drugs are found in your car.

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Can I Get Someone Else Out of Jail for Drugs?

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How Much Will Drug Bail Bonds Cost in Humboldt County?

The bail amount for most crimes, including cannabis violations, are set by a bail schedule. The arresting officers or authorities at the detention facility should be able to tell you how much your bail will be.

If you have the cash money to pay your bail, you can pay it and be on your way. However, if you lack the cash to pay your bail in full, you can contact a bail bonds company to pay it for you. Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds is the number one bail bond company in Southern California, and they'll work hard to get you out of jail as soon as possible. The amount that you pay a bail bond company, like Mr. Nice Guys Bail Bonds, is generally 10% of the total amount of the cash bail. By using a bail bond company, you can get out of jail for a fraction of the cost of paying full bail.

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Bail Bond Financing in Humboldt County

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Best Rate on Bail Bonds in Humboldt County

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