Napa County Criminal Courthouse 1111 3rd St, Napa, CA94559 Passageways and elevators connect the Napa County Criminal Courthouse on Third Street with the adjacent county jail, so…More that defendants in custody can be safely transported between their cells and the courtroom. Both courthouse and jail are located just south of the county's administrative building and across Main Street from the colorful new Riverfront development.
Napa County Juvenile Justice Center 212 Walnut St, Napa, CA94559 A 24-hour secure facility completed in 2004, Napa's juvenile detention center holds up to 50 minors who have fallen…More afoul of the law. The building, which incorporates earth-friendly solar technology, is dedicated to former county Judge William Blankenburg.
Napa County Child Protective Services 2344 Old Sonoma Rd, Napa, CA94559 Napa County's Department of Child Support Services (CSS) enforces child support court orders. Its goal is to enable…More parents to be responsible for their children. It helps establish paternity and child and/or medical support orders and enforces or modifies existing court orders. It's located just minutes south of downtown Napa.
On the site of the old Carithers department store, the county public defender's office provides legal representation…More for adults and juveniles charged with criminal offenses who are unable to hire private counsel.</p>
<p>The public defender is also charged with staffing the county's juvenile and adult drug courts, defending those who are subject to involuntary commitment petitions,and defending patients at Napa State Hospital.</p>
Napa County DUI Program 2020 Jefferson St, Napa, CA94559 The Napa County DUI Program runs programs for drivers who have been convicted of driving under the influence of alcohol.…More These programs are mandated. Programming includes educational courses and counseling. Specific programs are assigned dependent on whether it is a first-time offense by the courts. Multiple offenders must enroll in an 18-month program. Rates and schedules for these programs are available on the DUI program website. For further inquiries, phone the Napa County DUI Program.
Superintendent, Napa County Office of Education 2121 Imola Ave, Napa, CA94559 The Napa County Office of Education provides education planning for Napa County and is spearheaded by the leadership of…More Barbara Nemko, Superintendent of Schools. The office of education offers support in a variety of ways which serve the community of Napa, such as Student Services with Regional Occupational Programs; Juvenile Court and Community Schools; School Services with programs such as the Business Education Leadership Project, ed1stop for Teachers, and ed1stop for Families; Business Services division which provides a wide range of services to Napa County school districts and Napa Valley Community College; school and community partnership projects, offering after-school programs and foster and homeless youth programs; state and national projects, such as CalSERVES and California Services for Technical Assistance and Training. Since the first Superintendent was seated in 1855, the Superintendent's Napa County Office has a long history in the community.
Napa County Juvenile Court 2350 Old Sonoma Rd, Napa, CA94559 For underage offenders, this small courtroom is often the last stop before they check into the juvenile justice center…More next door. But since offenders' families are there as well, so the building's designers placed the judge's bench at floor level to make the proceedings less intimidating while preserving the judicial atmosphere.
Larry Wills, MAI, Real Estate Appraiser 11 Jami Lee Ln, Napa, CA94558 Larry Wills has been in business for over 36 years as a real estate appraiser. He specializes in residential properties…More and is a certified appraiser for estates, divorces and court-ordered appraisals. Although he is based in Napa, he works in four counties: Napa, Sonoma, Contra Costa and Lake counties.
Probate referees are independent officers of the court, appointed by the California State Controller. Their appraisal…More is required for probate, small estate petitions and conservatorship or guardianship cases. Probate referees can also help trustees by relieving them of potential conflicts of interest or liability for errors involving general trust valuations, distribution of trusts, sale of assets and tax filings. From her Napa office, Sue Eaton handles cases in both Napa and Sonoma counties.</p>