Since 1975, the Napa County Jail has been a private facility run by civilians and not sheriff's deputies. It is only one of three county jails in the state of California not associated with the county sheriff's department. The jail, located at 1125 Third Street in Napa, can house 256 inmates.
That doesn't mean that anything will be different if you are arrested and need a Napa County bail bondsman? The Napa County Jail is required to handle bonds the same way as California county-run facilities. The Napa County Jail houses inmates arrested by Napa County courts, the sheriff's department, the California Highway Patrol, as well as the American Canyon and Yountville police departments. Other cities in Napa County include Angwin, Calistoga, Deer Park, Napa and St. Helena.
You may have received a phone call from the Napa County Jail from a friend or relative. But you have no clue as to how to post bond. At Golden State Bail Bonds, we can help.
- By calling Golden State Bail Bonds at (800) XXX-XXXX, we will find out what the charges are and where the bond should be posted. Some traffic charges have an automatic bond, while most charges require an appearance before a judge, which will usually happen within 48 hours.
- The next dilemma you will face is how to pay for your Napa County bond. At Golden State Bail Bonds, we take all major credit cards. We can fax you the Napa County bail bond forms or the forms can be downloaded from our website. The bond can be paid on the telephone with a credit card, meaning you don't have to come down to the Napa County Jail help your friend.
- If your friend or relative doesn't have a way home after posting the Napa County bail bond, in most cases, the bail bondsman can offer a ride home.
- Unless the charges are dropped, your friend or relative will have to abide by all bond conditions and make a return appearance to court. Our licensed California bail bondsmen deal with the Napa County courts every day and will explain these conditions.
Golden State Bail Bonds has Napa County bail bondsmen ready to help you and your family 24 hours a day, seven days a week. We handle each Napa County bail bond with the same care and compassion, no matter what the charges or circumstances are. Call us for prompt and compassionate service at (800) XXX-XXXX.