Oreland is a community located in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. Oreland is home to the District Court for Magisterial District # 38-1-08, encompassing Springfield Township.
If you were arrested or received a traffic ticket in Oreland, the Martin Law Firm can help. We are experienced in defending criminal charges and traffic tickets, including DUI, in Oreland District Court. We encourage you to consult an attorney from our office to discuss a defense strategy. Below is additional information concerning the Oreland District Court.
Oreland District Court
Magisterial District Courts comprise the first level of the Pennsylvania Unified Judicial System. The Oreland District Court has jurisdiction over small claims, landlord-tenant disputes, traffic cases and certain criminal matters. Preliminary hearings are heard in Oreland District Court as well.
The Oreland District Court is located at 1316 Bruce Road, Oreland, PA 19075, and the phone number is (215) 572-7845. The District Court Judge is the Honorable Kate McGill.
Oreland District Court Offenses
The following traffic and criminal matters are frequently heard in Oreland District Court:
- DUI (driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol)
- Drug Possession
- Simple Assault
- Reckless Driving or Careless Driving
- Driving without insurance
- Driving while suspended
When someone is arrested in Oreland, it is because they have been charged with a criminal offense or received a serious motor vehicle ticket. These offenses are typically heard in the Oreland District Court. While District Court charges are often viewed as less serious offenses, they can carry significant consequences for you down the road. In addition to fines and jail, you may have a criminal record, which can limit your employment options in the future. Contact the Martin Law Firm today to speak with an experienced attorney about your Oreland District Court charge.