We are a locally owned and operated bail bond agency with a rich local history spanning more than 35 years in service to Sonoma County residents. We serve the two Sonoma County jails: the Main Adult Detention Facility and the North County Detention Facility.
We are courteous, professional, and very fast. When you work with us, we will treat you with the utmost respect, honor, dignity, and confidentiality. Our bail bond agents are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
We specialize in:
- providing consultation for large bails, as well as small bails
- bail bond payment plans
- bail bond reduction strategies
If help is sought for a first-time offender, we are your best resource.
All matters are confidential and we will provide expert assistance for persons involved in drunk driving, domestic violence, drug offenses, repeat offenders, and all other types of cases.
Dale has been a bondsman for more than 25 years. He also holds a Real Estate license and a Property and Casualty Insurance license. Dale is a member of Professional Bail Agents of the United States and the California Bail Agents Association, as well as, the National Association of Surety Bond Producers.
Dale is active in his community and serves on the board of Social Advocates for Youth. He lives in Santa Rosa with his wife and step-children and is currently working on his law degree at Empire College School of Law.
Marie has been involved in customer service most of her career. After college, Marie started working for an insurance company and spent eight years helping clients there understand their policies. In 1994 she entered the bail bond business and has utilized her customer service skills in helping our clients and their families. Marie, a Notary Public, is currently the secretary of the North Bay Bail Agents Association, a member of Professional Bail Agents of the Unites States, and the California Bail Agents Association. Previously, Marie was President of the Visalia Jaycees and on the Board of Directors for the California Bail Agents Association.
Marie is married to an electrician and has one daughter and two step children. Marie’s hobby is training her Doberman Pinscher in the sport of Schutzhund. The sport of Schutzhund is like a triathlon for dogs that involves tracking, obedience, and protection. She belongs to the United Doberman Club, United Schutzhund Club of America, and the DVG of America Schutzhund Club. She travels all over California and sometimes out of state for training and showing. Along with training she loves to garden while her dogs meander about at her yard.