Magisterial District Court Montgomery 38-1-23

An all-inclusive understanding of what you're getting into, especially when it comes to your potential involvement with the courts, is advantageous. This is why it's important that individuals - especially those who've acquired criminal charges or citations - access all available resources and information that they have at their fingertips before ever stepping foot into a courtroom. Sufficient preparation for a case will ease the anxiety and intimidation you feel throughout the criminal prosecution process. And although the clinical, cold court system won't ever feel comfortable to endure, it doesn't have to be scary.

In this article, we'll answer some questions you may have pertaining to court 38-1-23 in Montgomery County.

Why Did I Get Summoned To The Montgomery County 38-1-23 Magisterial District Court?

Much like the rest of Montgomery County's magisterial district courts, 38-1-23 is a court of limited jurisdiction. It handles landlord-tenant disputes, small civil actions, traffic cases, and certain criminal matters, including 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 still in the dark about why you've received a summons, you should contact a legal professional prior to your court date. An attorney with experience will be able to take a good look at your summons and give you an in-depth explanation to any questions you have regarding your charges, your court appearance, and the possibility of a complete mistake. An attorney can also serve as your representation. Our Criminal Law Team has helped numerous people who've acquired traffic citations and other criminal charges prevail in the courtroom.

Remember, preliminary hearings and arraignments are held at court 38-1-23 and others like it. So, this means that individuals who've acquired misdemeanor or felony criminal charges may be summoned to this court. Eventually, however, the case will likely advance to the Montgomery Court of Common Pleas.

If any of this information doesn't make sense to you, feel free to contact our skilled and experienced Criminal Law Team.

Where Is This Court Located?

Magisterial district court 38-1-23 is located at 4002 Center Avenue in Lafayette Hill, Pennsylvania. Lafayette Hill is a small community in Whitemarsh Township. Montgomery County is home to numerous district courts. Make sure to double check your paperwork to ensure you attend the right court.

Who Presides Over This Court?

Magisterial District Judge Deborah A. Lukens presides over court 38-1-23. This means you'll appear before her on your court date.

Montgomery County Criminal Defense Attorney

A major part of being adequately prepared for your case entails seeking the help of an experienced attorney. A legal professional who defends Montgomery county cases will know the ins and outs of the process and the way of this particular court. Our Criminal Law Team brings a wealth of experience to the table, as we've successfully handled numerous cases just like yours. But most importantly, our 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 our representation or how we can help you, contact us online or by phone today at 888-535-3686.

Contact Us Today!

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.

This website was created only for general information purposes. It is not intended to be construed as legal advice for any situation. Only a direct consultation with a licensed Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and New York attorney can provide you with formal legal counsel based on the unique details surrounding your situation. The pages on this website may contain links and contact information for third party organizations - the Lento Law Firm does not necessarily endorse these organizations nor the materials contained on their website. In Pennsylvania, Attorney Joseph D. Lento represents clients throughout Pennsylvania's 67 counties, including, but not limited to Philadelphia, Allegheny, Berks, Bucks, Carbon, Chester, Dauphin, Delaware, Lancaster, Lehigh, Monroe, Montgomery, Northampton, Schuylkill, and York County. In New Jersey, attorney Joseph D. Lento represents clients throughout New Jersey's 21 counties: Atlantic, Bergen, Burlington, Camden, Cape May, Cumberland, Essex, Gloucester, Hudson, Hunterdon, Mercer, Middlesex, Monmouth, Morris, Ocean, Passaic, Salem, Somerset, Sussex, Union, and Warren County, In New York, Attorney Joseph D. Lento represents clients throughout New York's 62 counties. Outside of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and New York, unless attorney Joseph D. Lento is admitted pro hac vice if needed, his assistance may not constitute legal advice or the practice of law. The decision to hire an attorney in Philadelphia, the Pennsylvania counties, New Jersey, New York, or nationwide should not be made solely on the strength of an advertisement. We invite you to contact the Lento Law Firm directly to inquire about our specific qualifications and experience. Communicating with the Lento Law Firm by email, phone, or fax does not create an attorney-client relationship. The Lento Law Firm will serve as your official legal counsel upon a formal agreement from both parties. Any information sent to the Lento Law Firm before an attorney-client relationship is made is done on a non-confidential basis.