• California Bail License  #1841440
  • California CPA License #101195

From Downtown Los Angeles

  1. 1. Take the US-101/CA-110 ramp to
  2. Pasadena/Harbor/Hollywood Fwy
  3. 2. Keep right at the fork, follow
  4. signs for CA-110 and merge onto
  5. CA-110 N/Pasadena Fwy
  6. 3. Take exit 26A on the left for I-
  7. 5/Golden State Fwy toward
  8. Sacramento
  9. 4. Keep left at the fork to continue
  10. toward I-5 N and merge onto I-5 N
  11. 5. Take the exit toward Olive
  12. Ave/Burbank
  13. 6. Slight left at N Bonnywood Pl
  14. (signs for Olive Ave)
  15. 7. Slight right to stay on N
  16. Bonneywood
  17. 8. Slight right at E Orange Grove
  18. Ave
  19. 9. Arrive at 200 N 3rd St

From the Beach Cities

  1. 1. Take the I-10 E/Santa Monica
  2. Fwy
  3. 2. Take exit 3A to merge onto I-405
  4. N toward Sacramento
  5. 3. Take the exit onto US-101 S
  6. toward Los Angeles
  7. 4. Continue on CA-134 E (signs for
  8. Glendale/Burbank/CA-134)
  9. 5. Take the Bob Hope Dr exit
  10. toward Buena Vista St
  11. 6. Turn left at Bob Hope Dr
  12. 7. Turn right at W Alameda Ave
  13. 8. Turn left at S Buena Vista St
  14. 9. Turn right at W Olive Ave
  15. 10. Turn left at N 3rd St
  16. 11. Arrive at 200 N 3rd St
Burbank Jail: 200 N. Third Street Burbank, CA 91502

Burbank Police

Bail is simply the release of an individual in exchange for security. The bail bond company writes a check to the jail for the total amount of the bond guaranteeing that the individual will appear in court at a given time and place.

There are two important terms to understand when working with a bail company, premium and collateral.

Premium: the fee for our services that is paid in advance, non-refundable and renewable on an annual basis should the case go over a year. The bail premium is normally 10% of the total amount of the bond but exceptions can apply. Other fees may include actual, necessary and reasonable expense incurred in connection with the transaction. The court determines the amount of the bond.

Collateral: normally secured within the approximate value of the bond and returned in full when the case is closed. Collateral is usually one of four things, cash, cars, real estate and in some cases, a signature of an individual that qualifies to be financially responsible to secure the bond. If you anticipate the return of collateral make sure to obtain the proper documentation from the court that proves the case is closed.

Working in this industry for over 10 years we have taken several cases from felony, misdemeanor, dui, domestic violence and even white-collar crime. You will be sure to receive the most professional service that will walk you through every step of the process and courthouse procedures. Contact our office at any time of the day or night. No matter what jail, the information is free.