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    When you are dealing with the arrest of a friend or loved one in Sonoma, we can help.

    We will take the time to walk you through the bail bond process. Our professional and courteous agents can help you understand how it is handled from start to finish.

    Our company can complete all the necessary bail bond paperwork simply by using bail by e-mail or fax.

    For an added convenience, we can have a bondsman on their way to the jail to post the bond in the time it takes to fill out the easy paperwork. And, we can always meet with you at your home or office.

    Call now to speak to a bondsman for Sonoma bail bonds information: 888-224-5266.


    Sonoma offers visitors and residents numerous attractions all year round. This includes the historic plaza, the world's best wine tasting, premier golf, world class spas and more.  The City serves as an economic hub for the rural Sonoma Valley, which has a population of about 39,000.

    The City of Sonoma has contracted with the Sonoma County Sheriff's Department in order to provide its law enforcement services. The Sonoma Police Department still provides the same high level of service it always has, and has added several new positions in response the community needs.

    Under the direction of Chief of Police Bret Sackett, the department is staffed by two Sergeants, nine deputies, a School Resource Officer, a Traffic Officer, two Community Service Officers and two administrative positions.

    When someone is arrested in Sonoma, both males and females will be transported to the Sonoma County jail, for booking and processing into the system. It is important to understand that bail cannot be arranged until the booking process is complete, which may take anywhere from 2 to 4 hours.

    Additionally, the jail staff cannot let us know in advance the exact time the inmate will be released, however, once they are released, they will have access to a phone.


    As part of the bail bond process, we will ask various questions needed to complete the bail application. We consider several factors such as the length of time living in California, their employment situation, credit rating, crime committed, etc.

    These facts will be considered for both the defendant and the indemnitor (the person signing for the bail bond). We do this in order to determine risk and, hopefully, not require any collateral from you.

    A bail bond in Sonoma, as in all of California costs 10%, which is mandated by law. This is a non-refundable percentage of the total amount of the bail. For example, should the bail amount be $30,000, your portion will cost $3,000. We accept all major credit cards.

    Most clients find using a credit card the easiest way to pay for a bail bond. You may also choose to pay in cash.  Many customers are not aware that they can simply pay by using their credit card and very likely won't need to leave their home in order to obtain the bond.


    We will provide you with fast and courteous information for Sonoma and the surrounding Sonoma County areas. We’re open 7 days per week, 24 hours per day and will take whatever time necessary to explore all of your options regarding the bail bond. We'll help you decide what will work best in your individual situation. Further, we maintain state-of-the-art technology which allows us to post bail bonds virtually anywhere in California.

    Call 888 Bail Bond for immediate assistance in Sonoma at toll- free (888) 224-5266 or 888 BAIL BOND.

    Sonoma Police Department

    175 First Street West
    Sonoma CA 95476
    Phone:  (707) 996-3602

    Web Site: Sonoma Police Department