Magisterial District Court Delaware 32-2-53

A complete understanding of what the criminal prosecution process involves, mainly when it comes to your involvement with the courts, is critical. This is why I recommend that people who have acquired criminal charges gain access to all of the information and available resources they can before ever 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 this overwhelming 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 some questions you may have about magisterial district court 32-2-53 in Delaware County.

Why Did I Get Summoned To The Delaware County 32-2-53 Magisterial District Court?

Similar to the rest of Delaware County's magisterial district courts, 32-2-47 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.

But if you still have questions about why you've been summoned, or you aren't sure about some of the contents in this summons, it would be in your interest to contact an attorney. A legal professional can be very helpful in a number of ways. One way they can help is to give you their insight about your criminal charges, your court appearances, the process you're about to go through, and more. An attorney can help you in another way be taking on your role as legal representation. LLF Law Firm has helped people who've acquired summary, misdemeanor, and felony charges overcome their legal battles.

Magisterial district court 32-2-53 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 32-2-53 is located at 525 West Chester Pike, Suites 103 & 105 in Havertown, Pennsylvania. There are many magisterial district courts in Delaware County, so be sure to check your paperwork to ensure you attend the right location.

Who Presides Over This Court?

Magisterial district court judge Elisa C. Lacianca presides over court 32-2-53. This means that you'll appear before her on your court date. Keep in mind that missing a mandatory court date is a crime in the state of Pennsylvania, and has serious repercussions. There are not many excuses the court will accept for missing or being late, so make sure you're there and on time.

Delaware County Criminal Defense Attorney

A significant part of being adequately prepared for your case entails seeking the help of an experienced attorney. A legal professional who defends Delaware County cases will know the ins and outs of the process and the way of this particular court. LLF Law Firm brings a wealth of experience to the table, as they have successfully handled numerous cases just like yours. But most importantly, their familiarity with the overall process can be a source of comfort for you in one of the most stressful times of your life. For more information about representation or how they can help you, contact them online or by phone today at  888-535-3686.

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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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