The town of Santa Rosa can be found just 55 miles North of San Francisco in Sonoma County. There, you will find a vibrant city with a bountiful wine country, redwood forests, rivers and a thriving downtown. Santa Rosa is a delight for visitors and residents alike.
If someone you know has been arrested and jailed in Santa Rosa, we can help. We always provide our clients 24 hour service and caring support. We have years of experience working with California jails and understand how to work with the legal side of them. We can have your friend or family member released and back at home as quickly as possible.
When you’re in need of bail bond professionals in Santa Rosa, we’re available 24 hours a day to answer all of your questions. You may not know much about the bail bonds process, but our licensed agents will always take the time to listen and discuss every option to you.
For immediate bail assistance and 24 hour answers to your questions in Santa Rosa, call us toll free at 888-224-5266 or 888 BAIL BOND.
SONOMA COUNTY SHERIFF INFORMATION
When someone is arrested in Santa Rosa, both males and females will be transported to the Sonoma County jail, located directly in Santa Rosa. The defendant’s booking process may take anywhere from 2 to 24 hours depending on the size and workload of the facility.
Larger facilities may take much longer to book a defendant into their system than a smaller one. The booking process typically consists of fingerprinting, photographs, background checks and entering the inmate into the computer system.
The smaller Sonoma Police or Sheriff Department jails may often transfer inmates to larger Detention facilities if the defendant is not bailed out quickly. Release from these jails can take anywhere from 4 to 12 hours, depending on the individual case and how busy the facility is. Bail can usually be posted at most Sonoma County jails, 24-hours a day.
THE BAIL PROCESS AND INDEMNITOR'S RESPONSIBILITY
When you contact us, we’ll start by asking just a few quick questions to begin the bail process. Initially, we’ll require the arrestees’ complete name, jail location and when arrested. Once the bond has been approved, we will send you the bail bond paperwork to sign.
Both our application and contract are two simple and easy to understand documents. A fax or email is all you need to get the bail bond started. We also offer the option of meeting with you directly at the jail, or we'll meet you at your home or office.
When you sign the bail bond contract, you will assume responsibility to make sure the defendant returns to court as required. It's important that you understand your responsibilities as an indemnitor prior to signing for a bond.
BAIL AMOUNTS AND COSTS
Bail bond fees are regulated by the California Department of Insurance. Bail amounts are set according to the charges and each individual county bail schedule. A bail bond in Santa Rosa costs 10% of the total bail amount. As an example, if the bail amount is set at $25,000 it will cost the non-refundable fee of $2,500 to bail the defendant out of the Sonoma County jail.
We offer convenient and flexible financing for those who qualify and can often process a bail bond without the use of collateral. We accept all major credit cards. You can read more about bail bond fees, costs and responsibilities.
We always focus on quality and professionalism when it comes to assisting our customers with their bail needs. We understand the stress and frustration that often comes when bailing out a friend or family member. Lean on us to help you through this time. Our expert bail agents will guide you and offer fast information about the defendant. Then, they'll work quickly to procure their release.
For additional Santa Rosa bail bonds, sheriff station, arrest or booking information, call us toll-free 888 224 5266 and talk one-on-one with a professional bondsman. We’re here to assist you, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, even on holidays. We're just one phone call away.
Sonoma County Sheriff's Office Santa Rosa
2796 Ventura Avenue
Santa Rosa, CA 95403
Last updated: 01/26/2014