Sonoma County is frequently referred to as a place of leisure and relaxation. With its wine county, meandering roads and recreational areas, it's a great place to get away.
However, if you found us today in search of a professional bondsman because someone has been arrested, you've come to the right place.
We understand its difficult to relax when a friend, family member or loved one has been arrested anywhere in Sonoma County. Our 24 hour licensed bail agents are on call to answer your questions, and help you understand the bail process.
We serve all jails and detention facilities in Sonoma County and can help you today.
Call us for immediate help with Sonoma County bail bonds or for information on booking, charges or jails at 888-224-5266 or 888 BAIL BOND.
Sonoma County Bail Bonds Solutions for You
You likely have many questions and concerns and we're here to help you through the process. We offer:
SONOMA COUNTY JAIL SYSTEM INFORMATION
The County has two jail facilities, respectively. The first is the Main Adult Detention Facility (MADF), also known as the Sonoma County Jail which is the main detention facility in the County. It was originally designed to hold almost 500 inmates. However, the facility quickly reached it’s housing capacity. An expansion was opened in 1997 to provide an additional 290 beds. The facility is a medium/maximum security facility, which houses both pre-trial and sentenced inmates
Additionally, The North County Detention Facility primarily holds sentenced inmates. Inmate programs are coordinated by the staff program officer which benefits both the inmates and the County. There are currently over 200 work crew inmates in a variety of work details on and off-site. For an inmate to be eligible for the work crew programs, they are classified at booking and cannot have any violence charges, history of escape histories, or disciplinary behavior problems.
After the defendant is completed being booked into the jail system, they may be released from jail on bail bond or held until arraignment if no bail is posted. Arraignment will generally take place within two business days. As an example, if the defendant was arrested on Thursday evening, they would generally be arraigned on the following Monday morning.
When you contact our company, we’ll ask a few quick questions to get the bail process started. Primarily, we’ll need the arrestees’ complete name, date of birth and when arrested. Once the bond has been approved, there are just a few forms to sign. Both the bail application and contract are easy to read, understand and fill out. We always offer no cost bail consultations.
Further, we make it easy by offering clients flexible bail bond payment options. We always accept cash, VISA, MasterCard, Discover and American Express. Many of our clients choose the convenience of using their credit card as they have found it the fastest way of obtaining a bail bond.
We hope to have been able to answer your most important questions about the bail bonds process in Sonoma County. Our bail bond professionals can provide you with the fastest service for bail bonds at any Sonoma County jail facility. Call us any time 24/7 for a free one-on-one phone consultation from one of our courteous and professional bail bondsmen.
Our Toll-free number, 888-224-5266. We look forward to being of service to you.