Magisterial District Court Bucks 07-02-01

A full understanding of what the criminal prosecution process entails, especially when it comes to your involvement with the courts, is important. This is why it's crucial that people who have acquired criminal charges or traffic citations access all the information and available resources they can before stepping foot into a courtroom. When you're adequately prepared for your case, you won't feel the brunt of the stress and anxiety most do throughout the process. And although the cold, clinical court system won't ever feel comfortable, with the right information and the help of an attorney, it doesn't have to be scary.

In this article, we'll discuss the answers to a few questions that defendants commonly ask pertaining to magisterial district court 07-02-01 in Bucks County. For specific details about your case, contact the skilled attorneys at the LLF Law Firm today.

Why Did I Get Summoned To The Bucks County 07-02-01 Magisterial District Court?

Much like the rest of Bucks County's Magisterial District Courts, 07-02-01 is a court of limited jurisdiction. It handles traffic cases and certain criminal matters, including summary offenses, preliminary hearings, and arraignments. Generally, people who receive a court summons to this Magisterial Court likely have a case that involves at least one of these matters.

If you're not sure about why you've received a summons, or have concerns about its contents, you should contact a legal professional. Doing so prior to your court date would be most useful. An attorney is invaluable in this process in many aspects. He or she can take a thorough look at your summons and answer any questions you may have concerning your charges, your court appearances, the process, and other important information. If it turns out that your summons wasn't a complete mistake, you should consider seeking representation. The attorneys at the LLF Law firm have helped numerous people with summary, misdemeanor, and felony charges prevail in difficult legal situations.

Magisterial District Court 07-02-01 and other courts like it in the county generally hold preliminary hearings and arraignments. So, if you've been charged with a crime your case will start out here. But eventually, your case will advance to what's called the “Court of Common Pleas.”

Where Is This Court Located?

Court 07-02-01 is located at 60 Township Road in Richboro, Pennsylvania. Richboro is in Northampton Township. Since there are quite a few courts in Bucks County, it's easy to get confused and go to the wrong court. Make sure you double check your paperwork to ensure you attend the correct location.

Who Presides Over This Court?

Magisterial district court judge William J. Benz presides over court 07-02-01. This means that you'll appear before him on your court date.

Bucks County Criminal Defense Attorney

A huge part of being adequately prepared for your case entails seeking the help of an experienced attorney. Legal professionals who defend Bucks County cases will know the ins and outs of the process and the way this particular court works. The attorneys at the LLF Law Firm bring a wealth of experience to the table as they have successfully handled numerous cases just like yours. Most importantly, their familiarity with the overall process can comfort you during one of the most stressful times of your life. For more information contact the LLF Law Firm online or by phone today at 888-535-8636.

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The LLF Law Firm Team has decades of experience successfully resolving clients' criminal charges in Philadelphia and the Pennsylvania counties. If you are having any uncertainties about what the future may hold for you or a loved one, contact the LLF Law Firm today! Our Criminal Defense Team will go above and beyond the needs of any client, and will fight until the final bell rings.

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