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The members of the civil Grand Jury are selected by the Judges of the Napa County Superior Court. These jurors serve for one year. The civil Grand Jury reviews the civil functions and fiscal affairs of city and county government and its agencies and departments. Its findings and recommendations are filed with the Superior Court.
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In most cases, crimes must be reported to the police department or other law enforcement agency that has jurisdiction over the city or county where the crime occurred. For example, if the crime occurred in Napa, it should be reported to the Napa Police Department (the Corrections department line is 707-253-4401).
If the crime was committed in the unincorporated area of the county or where the Sheriff is the contracting law enforcement agency (call 707-253-4509 for the Sheriff's Office), the crime should be reported to the Sheriff; however, there are certain exceptions. Specifically, crimes involving consumer fraud or the unlawful discharge of hazardous materials may be reported to the District Attorney's Consumer Fraud or the Environmental Crimes section (the DA's number is 707-253-4211). In addition, crimes involving misconduct by public officials may be reported to the District Attorney's Investigators.
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Allison Haley is the District Attorney of Napa County and, as such, her name appears on all court documents just above the name of the prosecutor who prepared the document. In addition, Allison Haley's name appears on almost all office correspondence just above the signature of the employee who wrote the letter.
The person who actually signed the court document or letter is the person to contact. Should you need to speak to Allison Haley personally or another member of the management team, her executive secretary can forward your message and give you an appropriate response thereafter. Call 707-253-4211 for more information.
Allison HaleyNapa County District Attorney's Office931 Parkway MallNapa, CA, 94559
Ms. Haley assures you that she, or someone in authority, will contact you in writing or by telephone to schedule an appointment.
The District Attorney Consumer / Environmental Protection Division may be able to help or they may refer you to an agency that can help you. The Consumer / Environmental Protection Division also helps consumers who have been victims of false or misleading advertising or unlawful business practices. Please call 707-253-4211.
The District Attorney's Office cannot provide legal advice or take legal action in your divorce. You should consult with your lawyer. If you do not have a lawyer, you can call the Legal Assistance Agency. The phone number is 707-255-4933.
For issues involving child support, contact Napa County Child Support Division at 866-901-3212 for further information.
The District Attorney's Office is not permitted to obtain restraining orders, but a private attorney may be able to help you. If you do not have a lawyer, you can call the Legal Assistance Agency. The phone number is 707-255-4933. If the situation requiring a restraining order is an emergency and you are in immediate danger, contact 911 and the police officer may be able to assist you in obtaining a temporary restraining order.
To find out whether charges have been filed against you, call the District Attorney's Office main line at 707-253-4211 for assistance. Please be aware that the District Attorney's Office can not answer any other questions regarding your case nor give you legal advice. Should you desire legal advice, you should contact a private attorney or, if you cannot afford one, you should request a public defender at your first court hearing.
Call the Adult Probation Department at 707-253-4431, or Juvenile Probation at 707-253-4361, and ask for the probation officer assigned to the case. If restitution was ordered as a condition of the defendant's probation, the officer can help you. If the defendant was sentenced to prison, the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) can withhold up to 50% of the defendant's prison earnings. You will need to fill out a Request for Victim Services, which can be obtained from the Office of Victim and Survivor Rights and Services (OVSRS), the Adult Probation Department, or a Victim Services advocate at 707-299-1414.
Questions can be addressed to: CDCR, Office of Victim and Survivor Rights and Services (OVSRS)Sacramento, CA 94283-0001
Or you may call 877-256-6877. If the defendant fails to pay the court-ordered restitution in full prior to termination of probation, the court order is enforceable as a civil judgment and you may pursue collection on your own or with the assistance of an attorney.
The District Attorney's Office hours are 8 a.m. until 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. The main office telephone number is 707-253-4211.
The Grand Jury's website with their contact information, reports and more is located on the Superior Court of California's website.
With regard to compensation for pain and suffering, you will need to contact a private attorney. If you do not have a lawyer, you can call Legal Assistance Agency. The phone number is 707-255-4933.
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