Santa Rosa is protected by the Santa Rosa Police Department, which has 251 employees. The department does not have its own jail, so if you are arrested, you are taken to the Sonoma County Jail, located at 2777 Ventura Avenue in Santa Rosa.
If this is your first arrest, you want to get out of jail as possible. Golden State Bail Bonds can help you do that by assisting with a Santa Rosa bail bond. When you call us at (800) XXX-XXXX, you will find our process for posting a bail bond is Santa Rosa is as easy as 1, 2, 3!
- When you are arrested in Santa Rosa, you will be taken to the jail where you will be fingerprinted and photographed. You will be asked to give your personal information to the booking officer such as your address and social security number so that jail officials can check for any outstanding warrants. This can be a lengthy process if there are many inmates waiting to be book.
- Some charges, like traffic charges, carry an automatic Santa Rosa bail bond. However, you may have to spend up to 48 hours in the Sonoma County Jail and appear before a judge who will determine the Santa Rosa bond amount. This is based on the charge, the circumstances surrounding the charge, any previous criminal record and personal information about you.
- Once you know the bond amount, Golden State Bail Bonds goes to the jail and handles the details. We pay the Santa Rosa bail bond to jail officials and wait for you to be released. In most cases, we can even offer you a free ride home, keeping friends and family from having to make a trip to Santa Rosa handle the details.
At Golden State Bail Bonds we handle all types of Santa Rosa bail bonds including:
- Immigration Bail Bonds
- Criminal Bail Bonds
- Felony Bail Bonds
- Misdemeanor Bail Bonds
- Domestic Violence Bail Bonds
- DUI Bail Bonds
- Traffic Bail Bonds
- Federal Bail Bonds
We have helped many Santa Rosa defense attorneys get their clients out of jail on bond in Santa Rosa and we offer that same professional service to everyone that calls Golden State Bail Bonds at (800) XXX-XXXX. Don't let your friend or loved one sit jail a minute longer than necessary.