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Directory of California Jails

If you are searching for someone who has been arrested for a domestic violence offense such as domestic battery, domestic assault, criminal threats, or violation of a protective order such as an Emergency Protective Order, Stay Away Order, or Domestic Violence Restraining Order, feel free to use the list of Northern California and San Francisco Bay Area County Jail facilities. It is important that you have the full name and date of birth of the person you are searching for when you are connected with a county jail employee.

If you have been given a police report number, that number may assist the Sheriff's Department employee in finding a person who has been booked into the County Jail. Be certain to have a pen and paper ready and ask for any other identifying numbers such as a booking number, jail number, CEN number (criminal event number), PFN (police file number), SF (San Francisco) number, or court number. Record this information because it will expedite further inquiries regarding the person who has been arrested with County Jail staff and future inquiries with the Superior Court. Also be certain to ask the Sheriff's Department employee where the person who has been arrested is housed.

Alameda County

Santa Rita

(925) 551-6500
5325 Broder Blvd.
Dublin, CA 94568

To locate a person who is in custody at Santa Rita

http://www.acgov.org/sheriff_app/

Glenn Dyer Detention Facility

(510) 268-7777
550 6th Street
Oakland, CA 94607

Contra Costa County

Martinez Detention Facility

1000 Ward Street
Martinez, CA 94553
(925) 335-4600

West County Detention Facility

5555 Giant Highway
Richmond, CA 94806
(510) 262-4200

Marsh Creek Detention Facility

Marin County

(415) 473-6655
13 Peter Behr Drive - Driving Directions
San Rafael, CA 94903

http://www.co.marin.ca.us/depts/SO/bklog/XMLProj/index.asp

Napa County

Main Phone: (707) 253-4401
Hall of Justice
1125 3rd Street
Napa, CA 94559

http://www.countyofnapa.org/InCustody/

San Francisco

(415) 553-1430
850 Bryant Street
San Francisco, CA 94103

425 7th Street
San Francisco, CA 94103

San Mateo County

(650) 363-4311
300 Bradford Street
Redwood City, CA

Santa Clara County

(408) 808-2800
150 West Hedding Street
San Jose, CA

Sonoma County

(707) 565-1400
Main Adult Detention Facility
2777 Ventura Ave
Santa Rosa, CA 95403

Experienced Domestic Violence Lawyer

The stakes are high in a California domestic violence case. A criminal conviction for domestic battery or criminal threats in California may result in jail, large fines, mandatory domestic violence counseling sessions which meet weekly for one year, mandatory alcohol education classes, personal conduct orders, stay away orders, temporary restraining orders, and other punishment. For that reason, it is critical that that a person charged with domestic assault, domestic battery, criminal threats or stalking have only a qualified domestic violence defense lawyer to handle the case from the earliest possible moment.

Robert Tayac is recognized as being among the top domestic violence lawyers in California and represents clients in criminal cases related to domestic violence, assault and battery, and applications for and responses to restraining orders. Attorneys, investigators and experts working with this highly specialized law office represent clients in the Northern California criminal courts located in San Francisco, San Mateo Marin, Alameda, Santa Clara, Contra Costa, Sonoma and Napa counties. Additionally, lawyers of this law firm represent clients seeking or defending against temporary restraining orders and no harassment orders before the superior courts of San Francisco, San Rafael, Redwood City, South San Francisco, Napa, Oakland, Palo Alto, Walnut Creek, San Jose and Santa Rosa. The firm accepts only California domestic battery cases, California temporary restraining order actions or California driving under the influence cases.

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The stakes are high in a California domestic violence case. An arrest for domestic battery, domestic assault, criminal threats or stalking in California may result in actual jail, large fines, mandatory 52 weeek batterer's treatment program, mandatory alcohol education classes, and other punishment. For that reason, it is important that you have only a qualified California criminal defense lawyer handling your domestic violence case from the beginning. If you or someone you know has been or may be accused of domestic violence, we invite you to read the information contained in this website and welcome you to call our office and discuss your case with a domestic violence lawyer. If you prefer, you may submit a confidential case questionnaire which will be reviewed by a member of our firm and receive a prompt response.

If you hire Robert Tayac to handle your domestic violence case, you will know your case is being properly handled by a knowledgeable, experienced, and trustworthy California criminal defense lawyer.

Office Locations and Areas We Serve

Mr. Tayac represents clients who have been arrested in the following counties as well as other cities throughout California and can meet clients at one of several office locations in Northern California.

Resources

This website is about California’s domestic violence laws and the San Francisco and Bay Area courts. Domestic violence cases in California frequently must be fought. Many people arrested for domestic violence are innocent. A person doesn't have to commit a crime to be taken to jail by the police, especially in domestic abuse cases.