The Burbank Courthouse has been serving the beautiful city of Burbank for many years and will continue to do so for many more years to come. Residents of this fine city have commended the amount of work and help that this courthouse has brought to the city. Located at 300 E Olive Ave, Burbank, CA 91502.
this courthouse has proudly served any cases that have resided in its jurisdiction. Besides serving the city of Burbank, the Burbank Courthouse also serves some of its neighboring cities such as Glendale, Pasadena, Sherman Oaks, and Van Nuys. When you enter this courthouse you will be immediately be met some of the officers that are stationed there and they will then search you and your belongings. This process is to ensure that everyone inside the building is completely safe and this helps eliminate any threats against those inside the building. There is an administration office located at this courthouse and is mainly used for trials. This means the person/s in this office mainly handle when all of the court trials occur and are responsible for organizing them. So if you would like to know when your next court date is or what time then you could come to this office to find out. There is also a District manager, an operations manager, and a consultant for the volunteer program.
They also offer the option of being involved in an intern or extern program, which could end up turning into a rewarding career in the future. Any civil or criminal cases in the city of Burbank will be handled at this courthouse and you could go to this courthouse to pay your fines at the clerk’s office located on the 1st floor. If you have any family law issues, then you could also come handle your case at this location and there are people here who could advise you on your case.
Along with family law, any traffic violations that occur in the city of Burbank will be handled here. If you have any traffic violations that you need to take care of, it is recommended that you show up a little early to avoid waiting in a long line. If you or your loved one is arrested and tried at this courthouse and you would like to post their bail at the courthouse, then you would need to do so before 3 o’clock. After this time, the bond clerk will not be able to accept any bail bonds and your loved one would have most likely been transferred back to jail at that time.