Magisterial District Court Montgomery 38-1-16

There are several reasons you've likely come upon this page. Perhaps you've been summoned to the Montgomery County 38-1-16 District Court, or maybe you are curious about your county's court system. Whether it be the former, the latter, or a different reason, you've come to the right place.

A coherent understanding of what you're getting into, especially when it comes to your involvement with the courts, is beneficial. This is why it's critical that people - especially those who've acquired criminal charges or citations - access all available resources and information they have at their fingertips before ever stepping foot into a courtroom. Adequate preparation for a case can ease the anxiety and intimidation you feel throughout the criminal prosecution. Although the cold, clinical court system won't ever feel comfortable to go through, it doesn't have to be scary.

In this article, we'll address the answers to a couple of questions you have pertaining to court 38-1-16 in Montgomery County.

Why Did I Get Summoned To The Montgomery County 38-1-16 Magisterial District Court?

Much like the rest of Montgomery County's magisterial district courts, 38-1-16 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 uncertain about your summons or think that yours is a complete mistake, you should contact an attorney before your court date. A legal professional can take a look at your summons and give you an in-depth explanation of your circumstances with specifics. Also, keep in mind that since preliminary hearings and arraignments are held at this court and others like it, people who have acquired misdemeanor or felony criminal charges may be summoned to this court for their initial court dates. But eventually, their case will advance to the Montgomery Court of Common Pleas.

If any of this information sounds like gibberish to you, feel free to contact skilled and experienced criminal defense attorney Joseph D. Lento.

Where Is This Court Located?

Magisterial district court 38-1-16 is located at 601 DeKalb Street in Suite 200 in Norristown, Pennsylvania. Norristown is a municipality that is approximately six miles northwest of Philadelphia's city limits. Since 38-1-16 is one of four district courts in Norristown, double check your paperwork to ensure you arrive at the right court.

Who Presides Over This Court?

Magisterial District Judge Margaret Hunsicker presides over court 38-1-16. This means you'll appear before her on your court date.

Montgomery County Criminal Defense Attorney

A big 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. Attorney Joseph D. Lento brings a wealth of experience to the table, as he's successfully handled numerous cases just like yours. But most importantly, his 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 his representation or how he can help you, contact him online or by phone today at 215-535-5353.

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Attorney Joseph D. Lento has more than a decade 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 Lento Law Firm today! Criminal defense attorney Joseph D. Lento will go above and beyond the needs of any client, and will fight until the final bell rings.

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