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Delaware County 32-1-24 Magisterial District Court

If you know that you need to appear in front of a Magisterial District Court in Delaware County, it is time to get prepared. You might be anxious or afraid as the time is drawing near, but now is the time to get with an experienced criminal defense lawyer and come up with a legal strategy that has the best chance of working for you. It is important to contact our office as soon as possible. This is how you will have the best possible opportunity to beat the charges that have been lodged against you and to get back to living your life.

Getting a notice to appear in the Magisterial District Court 32-1-24 in Delaware County means that you have either received a summons because of a traffic citation or you have been charged with a felony or misdemeanor. If being charged with a misdemeanor or felony, you will be attending a preliminary hearing or arraignment. Regardless of the reason, you need a lawyer with you. If you are going before Judge Rober M. D’Agostino, it is because a bench warrant has been issued for you or because you will be attending a non-jury trial. Our office can defend you against any of these matters.

Be aware that the Magisterial District Court 32-1-24 is actually located in Broomall. you will want to know how to get there so that you do not add to your stress level on the date of your appearance. You will find that the election districts covered by this particular court include Ward 9 in the Haverford Township and Wards 1, 3, and 4 in Marble Township. In addition to traffic and non-traffic citations, the Magisterial District Court will handle preliminary arraignments and hearings, settle disputes between a landlord and tenant, and deal with certain types of civil cases.

What is a Magisterial District Court?

This is a common question that we get. To begin, Magisterial District Courts are meant to decide on all summary level offenses. While these are the lowest level of criminal charges that can be filed in Pennsylvania, they are nonetheless quite serious. These offenses can include acts of criminal mischief, alleged acts of harassment, underage drinking, reports of disorderly conduct, and minor shoplifting charges. A conviction on any of these summary offenses can cause you serious problems down the road. You need a capable criminal defense attorney fighting on your behalf.

There are a series of magisterial judges who preside over the Magisterial District Court system in Pennsylvania. Each judge is empowered to settle disputes, administer oaths, and perform marriages. The 32-1-24 Magisterial District Court is one of 33 such courts located in Delaware County. In addition to handling summary offenses, they also conduct preliminary hearings related to most of the misdemeanors and felonies that are filed within its boundaries. Once your hearing is concluded, the case will be remanded to the Court of Common Pleas in Delaware County. Your lawyer will be able to follow the case and help you through to the end.

Keep in mind that even a minor summary offense can land you in jail. You may also be hit with a fine. This can be disastrous for your employment situation and your personal relationships. The conviction will also stay on your record, following you around for years. As you can now tell, this one hearing in the Magisterial District Court is extremely important. Treat it as such by having a professional lawyer there with you from the very outset.

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When you do receive a notice to appear in the 32-1-24 Magisterial District Court of Delaware County, know that our office is here to assist you however we can. You can contact us for a free consultation. This will help to put your mind at ease and we can then begin to work on your defense

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