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Bureau of Investigations
Matthew J. Lydon, Chief Investigator (Interim)
Mason Mineni, Supervising Investigator
Charles Renfro, Supervising Investigator
- Subpoena Services
Subpopena Services is a unit within the District Attorney's Bureau of Investigations.
As instructed on the subpoena, witnesses may call the District Attorney's Office to learn if there has been a disposition of a case or if the case has been continued. Updated recorded messages are available daily after 5:00 p.m.
(707) 784-6848 (for appearances in courts in Fairfield)
(707) 553-5452 (for appearances in courts in Vallejo)
(707) 784-6858 (for appearances in Juvenile Court)
- Crime Victim Assistance
The Crime Victim Assistance Program is a unit within the District Attorney's Bureau of Investigations.
You can also contact Crime Victim Assistance by sending an e-mail to DACVA.
Download an informational brochure: What Every Witness and Victim of Crime Should Know - Your Guide to the Criminal Justice System.
- District Attorney's Bad Check Restitution Program
The Bad Check Restitution Program is a unit within the District Attorney's Bureau of Investigations.
For more information about the Program, please click here or on Bad Check Restitution Program in the menu. You can also contact the Program by mail, phone or email:
The Solano County District Attorney's
Bad Check Restitution Program
PO Box 234
Fairfield, CA 94533
Toll-Free: (866) 668-4690
E-mail to DABadChecks.
Bureau of Forensic Services
Barry A. Miller, Director
The Solano County District Attorney’s Bureau of Forensic Services provides forensic services in chemistry (the analysis of chemical substances for the presence of controlled drugs) and toxicology (the analytical screening of tissues and body fluids for alcohol and/or drugs of abuse followed by confirmatory and qualitative determinations) to all law enforcement agencies in Solano County.