Bristol PA DWI Defense Attorneys
If you or someone you love has been charged with a motor vehicle violation such as third offense driving under the influence or distracted driving, and you are required to appear at the Bristol Magisterial District Court (07-1-03), hiring a defense attorney who is well-versed in Pennsylvania law can significantly impact the outcome of your case.
The attorneys at Cohen & Riechelson appear regularly in the Bristol Magisterial District Court, as well as in other magisterial district courts throughout Bucks County on behalf of clients dealing with a wide variety of charges and issues, ranging from field sobriety tests in DWI cases to driving without insurance violations. This highly regarded law firm boasts a team of attorneys with over 40 years of experience defending clients in Bucks County, PA.
Lead by an exceptional triumvirate of partners, Jerrold Kamensky, Philip Cohen and Kevin Riechelson, the talented attorneys at Cohen & Riechelson devote their practice to serving the best interests of each of their clients. Contact their Bensalem, Pennsylvania office today at (215) 337-4915 to discuss your case with one of the knowledgeable members of their legal team.
*It is important to note that there are two Magisterial District Courts in Bristol, so be sure to confirm the specific court in which you are scheduled to appear.
Bristol PA Distracted Driving Defense Lawyers
The Bristol Magisterial District Court is a venue in which a variety of court matters are initially heard and/or ultimately decided. The magisterial district courts in Bucks County are tasked with handling proceedings involving parking and traffic violations, bench warrants for arrests, preliminary arraignments and preliminary hearings related to criminal matters, as well as civil and landlord tenant complaints involving amounts up to $12,000.
The cases that are ultimately adjudicated in the Bucks County Magisterial District Courts are relatively low-level offenses, often called “summary offenses,” as well as traffic violations. More serious criminal cases involving misdemeanors and felony offenses are filed in the local Magisterial District Court, at which time the court holds a preliminary arraignment and preliminary hearing before referring the case to the Bucks County Court of Common Pleas.
Bristol Magisterial District Court Information:
The Bristol Magisterial District Court is located at 3030 Bath Road Bristol, PA. The court office can be contacted directly at (215) 788-5561. The court is presided over by Magisterial District Judge Joanne V. Kline. For additional information access the: Bucks County Magisterial District Courts Website.
Helpful Links and Information About Bristol:
- For additional information about Bristol Township, go to the Bristol Township Website.
- The Bristol Township Police Department can be contacted at 215-785-4040. To learn more about the Bristol Township Police Department, visit their official website.
- For news and information pertaining to Bristol Township and Bucks County, visit the Bucks County Local News Website.
Call Cohen & Riechelson Today for a Free Consultation
If you have been charged with a DWI or other traffic offense in Bristol Township, PA, call the qualified legal professionals at Cohen & Riechelson at (215) 337-4915 to discuss your case. You can also email us to schedule a free consultation at our offices in Bensalem, PA.