Office of the District Attorney

Jill Ravich
Jill Ravitch
District Attorney

As a representative of the People of the State of California, the District Attorney’s Office has the responsibility to prosecute all criminal matters in the County of Sonoma. We have a budget of nearly $22 million and a staff of more than 121 employees.

I am very proud of our dedicated attorneys, investigators, victim advocates, claims specialists and support staff who diligently serve the citizens of Sonoma County. We consistently apply equal justice under the law to protect our community and ensure that victims of crime are treated with compassion and respect.

I hope this information provides you with a better understanding of the criminal justice system.

Sincerely,

Jill Ravitch, District Attorney, Sonoma County

What does the DA do?

  • Published on June 26, 2020
    Sonoma County District Attorney Jill Ravitch announced today that 2,735 Sonoma County marijuana convictions will be dismissed as part of a program initiated by her office with the assistance of the “Clear My Record” application, a state-wide software application that allows District Attorneys to securely and accurately evaluate eligibility for Proposition 64 relief by reading and interpreting criminal history data from the California Department of Justice.
  • Published on June 17, 2020

    District Attorney Jill Ravitch has announced that defendant City Ventures Homebuilding, LLC (“CV”) has resolved a civil environmental enforcement action for water pollution and unlawful business practices during construction of new homes in the Fox Hollow subdivision

  • More Press Releases

Contact Information

Office of the District Attorney
County of Sonoma
Contact us by Phone
Address
600 Administration Drive
Room 212 J
Santa Rosa, CA 95403
38.466524, -122.726273

Family Justice Center

The Family Justice Center Sonoma County (FJCSC)

Family Justice Center logo

Seeks to empower family violence victims to live free from violence and abuse by providing wrap-around services to victims through a single access point.

Sign up for Updates

Local, State & Federal Law Enforcement Agencies

SB 272

Senate Bill 272 requires local agencies publish a list of systems that serve as original sources of data within an agency.

Read more