HUMBOLDT COUNTY, CA
Contact Us: Bill Davidson Bail Bonds
The Humboldt County Sheriff's Office Operations Bureau is made up of seven units under the command of a Sheriff's Captain. The most visible of these units is Patrol. These Sheriff deputies are responsible for responding to emergency calls for service, criminal investigations, and crime prevention throughout neighborhoods and beat patrols in Humboldt County. Officer Patrol has one Main Station in Eureka, outstations in Garberville, Hoopa, and McKinleyville, and five resident deputy posts.
The Eureka Police Department serves the community with 52 Sworn Officers and 40 civilian employees. The professional men and women of the department work together to make the City a safer place to live and work. Our top priority is providing excellent service.Our officers have experience that ranges from over 50 years to the newly trained officer who is just beginning their law enforcement career.
Ou staff is an important part of the Eureka Police Department. They are dedicated people who have chosen a career in Public Safety.
If an person has broken the law, the police may choose to not arrest him or her. If the officer doesn't arrest, you can ask the district attorney if they will charge the person with a crime.
If the police take the defendant to jail, he or she may be released on bail within just a few hours. If you want to know when the defendant gets out of jail, call the jail.
Arrest by Warrant
If the police don't make an arrest at the time of the incident, the case can be assigned to a detective. A detective may interview people and collect evidence.
The detective will then decide whether to refer the case to the district attorney for review.
The district attorney's office will study the report and decide whether to file the charges. If the district attorney files charges, a judge will sign a warrant for the defendant's arrest.
If the defendant doesn't report to the court, the police will try to find him or her.
A legal paper that you buy from a bondsman and give
to the court instead of bail. The defendant signs it and is let go. But if they don’t come to court, they must pay the amount of money on the bail bond.
Bill Davidson is Humbolt County's best bail bondsman. He gives fast and professional bail service for all Humboldt County Jails. Bill strives to give each of his clients the time and attention that they need to properly and effective handle each and every bond he undertakes.