Bail Bonds for Sonoma

The City of Sonoma sits in the heart of wine country. There are about 9,500 residents in the city. It is the economic hub for the rural Sonoma Valley, with its population of around 39,000. Both Sonoma and Sonoma Valley offer plenty of attractions to visitors.

While Sonoma can be a beautiful place to live and visit, there are still times when people can find themselves on the wrong side of the law. If you’re loved one has been arrested by the Sonoma Police Department, you want to find someone you can turn to for help.

Tonya Page Bail Bonds has a team of family-oriented agents who will treat you with care and respect during this difficult time. When you call us at 1-877-861-3761, an agent will be able to walk you through the bail bonds process.

We strive to make the bail bond process less stressful for our clients. We are available for you 24-hours a day, 7-days a week. We are happy to accept payments with all major credit cards, and in many cases we can form a payment plan if it’s needed. Our simple paperwork can be completed over the phone, by fax or email, or in person.

The Bail Process

In California, bail is set on a county-by-county basis. Sonoma County judges perform an annual review of the bail schedule and will adjust the amounts as needed. This bail schedule will be used by law enforcement throughout the county to set bail amounts for defendants.

The judge always considers public safety when setting bail. If the defendant could cause more harm to the public, the bail amount will be set higher. If the defendant is a repeat offender, their bail amount will be set higher.

Any extenuating circumstances will be taken into consideration. For example, if the defendant was arrested for a DUI but also caused an accident, injury, or death, the amount of bail will be greater than that of a DUI bail alone.

The judge will also consider if the defendant poses a flight risk, i.e. no family ties to the community, no job, etc.

In some instances, the judge may allow the defendant to be released on their own recognizance (OR) and no bail will be needed for their release. The bail amount could also be reduced by the judge.

There is also the possibility that the judge will order the defendant to be remanded, meaning that there will be no bail and the defendant will spend the duration of the court proceedings in jail.

Sonoma Police Department

Sonoma Police Department
175 First St.
West Sonoma, CA 95476
Phone: 707-996-3602

The City of Sonoma contracted Sonoma Police Department police services with the Sonoma County Sheriff in 2004. The department, headed by Chief Bret Sackett, is supported with two sergeants, nine deputies, a school resource officer, a traffic officer, two community service officers and two administrative staff.The department provides a full-time unit for traffic safety and animal control services, in addition to regular law enforcement activities.

If your loved one has been arrested in Sonoma, they will be taken to the Sonoma County Jail Main Adult Detention Facility in Santa Rosa. There, they will go through the booking process, which consists of fingerprinting, photographs, and a nationwide background and warrant search.

When you call us, we can get started on the paperwork for a bail bond right away. Once a bail amount has been set, we can post bail to the jail any time of the day or night.

A Trusted Bail Bondsman 

We will work quickly to make sure your loved one spends as little time in jail as possible. We will handle your situation with care and confidence. Call us right away at 1-877-861-3761 and speak with one of our trusted bondsmen.


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Updated:  05/17/2011