The jail publishes an in custody list that can be accessed by any member of the public.
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The District Attorney's Office can only receive crime reports from law enforcement agencies. Contact the nearest law enforcement agency. If you are unsure of the contact information for the correct agency, we can provide you with that information.
You can report it to the law enforcement agency that took the original report.
Once law enforcement is called and a report is forwarded to our office, it is up to the Deputy District Attorney assigned to the case to determine whether or not charges are to be filed. You may submit a request in writing to the attorney handling the case. Please refer to the District Attorney Case Assignment page.
Deputy District Attorneys may be contacted by email. Please refer to the District Attorney Case Assignments page for attorney email addresses.
Please contact Nevada County Superior Court, Criminal Division at 201 Church Street, Nevada City, CA 95959 or call (530) 265-1311.
Please contact the California Department of Motor Vehicles.
No. All Deputy District Attorneys are governed by a code of ethics which prevents them from speaking directly to a defendant. They may only speak to your attorney of record. Please refer any questions about your case to your attorney.
When a criminal case has been resolved, our office sends a property release to the law enforcement agency that generated the crime report. You should contact that agency directly for questions about your property.
Contact the law enforcement agency that generated the report for their policy on releasing reports. If the agency refers you to the District Attorney, please make your request in writing. We generally only release law enforcement reports to an attorney of record.