There is always so much going on in Santa Rosa. Concerts, festivals, food trucks, art shows, things to do with kids, Safari West, wine, vineyards, museums, breweries, hiking in the Redwoods, and so much more! In addition, with regards to criminal law, there are always different factors, questions and nuances of each case, not to mention the ever changing laws surrounding crimes. When you have the Law Office of Amy Chapman on your side, you are never on your own. We’re here for you with resources, guides, free stuff and more – all aimed at helping you and yours get by. Explore our guides, browse our resources or come see us at one of the events we sponsor in Santa Rosa!
The Law Office of Amy Chapman specializes in criminal defense cases that often involve DUI’s or drug charges. These charges often involve people struggling with substance abuse issues. People go through tough times, and we want to prevent addictions from turning into criminal offenses. This guide can hopefully help to shed some light on various resources that exist for substance abusers.
The Surgeon General of the United States estimates that there are more than 20 million people in this country with a substance abuse issue. For those who struggle in Santa Rosa and the Sonoma County area, many resources exist to aid in your treatment and healthy recovery. Read more about our Substance abuse resource guide.
Not all of the Bay Area’s cities are created equal. In fact, when it comes to crime rates, Bay Area cities run the gamut. Los Altos has consistently ranked as one of the safest cities in the Bay Area while other cities have suffered from less than stellar crime records. Santa Rosa, which is two hours north of Los Altos, doesn’t share it’s low crime rate, but it’s certainly not the worst city for crime in the Bay Area.
From gang related activity, to frequent DUI incidences, the city of Santa Rosa does have its fair share of crime. Santa Rosa received a crime ranking of 25 on a scale of 100 by Neighborhood Scout. It’s not uncommon for cities to rank in the single digits. If you want a more in depth look at the safety of Santa Rosa, take a look at our Santa Rosa Crime Map.