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Dauphin County Magisterial District Court 12-3-03
5925 Stevenson Ave, Suite B
This court serves Lower Paxton Township Precincts 2, 4, 7, 9, 11, 12, 16, 20, 21, 24, and 25.
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Online Court Resources
Resources for the Dauphin County Magisterial District Court 12-3-03 as well as online resources applicable to courts generally in Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, and resources applicable to all courts in Pennsylvania.
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Magisterial District Court Case Records
Search Magisterial District Court case records online. Search results include basic case information with links to docket sheets and court summaries. Some future docket events will be included.
Dockets, calendars, and other information about court cases
Magisterial District Court Calendars
Search Magisterial District Court calendars by online. Search results include basic case information with links to docket sheets and court summaries.
Published opinions and orders
Attorney General Opinions
View selected Pennsylvania Attorney General official opinions since 1994 by author and requesting agency. Full annual and multi-year volumes of opinions from earlier years may be downloaded.
Forms and related information
Forms and Instructions
View and download various civil, criminal, expungement, landlord-tenant, record request, protection from abuse, Orphans' Court, dependency, delinquency, family law, and other forms for use in Court of Common Pleas and Magisterial District Court. Some form instructions are included.
Consumer Complaint Forms and Information
The Pennsylvania Attorney General offers online and printable consumer complaint forms and downloadable brochures for general consumer issues, seniors, health care, medicare fraud, insurance fraud, and veterans' issues.
Online Self-Help Forms
PALawHelp offers do-it-yourself forms and instructions organized by legal issue. Some forms may be completed online with an interactive interview process. Instructions and additional self-help resources are provided.
Online fine payments
Self help, legal research, general information
Dauphin County Law Library
View information about the Dauphin County Law Library, including location, hours, procedures, services, and answers to frequently asked questions.
Dauphin County Self-Help Center
View information about the the Dauphin County Self-Help Center, with links to a Going to Court guide, forms and instructions for various types of cases, court rules, and community resources.
Dauphin County Veterans' Court
View information about Dauphin County Veterans' Court, which can set up treatment in lieu of incarceration for some veterans with substance abuse problems who are facing criminal charges. Links to the participant manual and forms are provided.
Legal Issues Pamphlets
MidPenn Legal Services offers pamphlets in English and Spanish on a variety of legal issues, including consumer, education, employment, family, housing, benefits, and a guide to going to court.
Search Pennsylvania Rules of Evidence, Rules of Civil Procedure (General and Orphans' Court), Rules of Criminal Procedure, Juvenile Rules, and Minor Court Civil Rules (Magisterial District Courts and Philadelphia Municipal Court) by keyword, or browse by table of contents. Court Rules are part the Pennsylvania Code, a compilation of administrative rules. Court Rules are found in titles 225 through 246, the last titles in the compilation.
Domestic Violence Resources
View information about domestic violence, find links to state and national resources, learn about domestic violence by topic or from a downloadable publication, and find local shelters and other domestic violence services by county.
Foreclosure Prevention Resources
View resources for preventing foreclosure in Pennsylvania, including local housing counseling agencies, emergency mortgage assistance, and a link to legal aid providers.
Guide to Pennsylvania Court System
View a guide to the court system in Pennsylvania, including how the courts are organized and what types of cases they hear. Answers to frequently asked questions and a downloadable brochure are provided.
Legal Information and Legal Resources
View legal information and resources by topic, including consumer, children and families, employment, health, housing, benefits, disability, education, elder law, immigrant and migrant issues, and veterans and military.
View information about mediation, which can help parties resolve disputes without going to court. Click "Find a Mediator" to search for Pennsylvania mediators by specialty and county.
Official Pennsylvania Statutes, Laws, and Constitution
Search the official Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes by keyword or citation, or browse by table of contents. Search the Unconsolidated Statutes by keyword or act number, or browse by act name. Browse the Constitution by table of contents.
Pennsylvania Unofficial Statutes
Search the unofficial version of Purdon's Pennsylvania Statutes and Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes by keyword or statute number, or browse by table of contents. Purdon's Pennsylvania Statutes (P.S.) are an unofficial compilation of laws that have not been consolidated by the legislature into the official Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes.
View information for parties representing themselves in Pennsylvania courts, including an introductory video and forms and instructions for custody, divorce, and protection from abuse cases.
Traffic and Motor Vehicle Information
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation offers information about traffic and motor vehicle laws, licensing, restoration of licenses, and other motor vehicle issues.
Legal aid, free services, lawyer referral
Dauphin County Free Legal Assistance
The Dauphin County Bar Association Pro Bono Program offers free civil legal assistance to charitable community groups, people with disabilities in guardianship proceedings, artists and art groups, and veterans seeking Veterans Administration benefits.
Dauphin County Public Defender
View information about the Dauphin County Public Defender's Office, which provides free legal representation to indigent defendants facing possible incarceration. See links in the left column to more information about services provided, eligibility, the criminal process, and answers to frequently asked questions.
Dauphin County Victim/Witness and Domestic Violence Help
The Victim/Witness Assistance Program provides services to crime victims and witnesses in Dauphin County, including explanations of victims' rights and the justice system, court accompaniment, case status notification, counseling, referrals, and assistance with applications for victims' compensation and restitution. Support for domestic violence victims (including legal representation and help with Protection from Abuse orders) and homicide survivors, and notification of inmate releases, are also provided.
Free Civil Legal Help for Central Pennyslvania
MidPenn Legal Services provides free civil legal advice, counseling, and representation for income-eligible residents of some central Pennsylvania counties. Some offices offer legal advice by telephone as well as in-person assistance. Click "Locations" in the drop-down menu for a directory of local offices
Attorney Information and Status
Search for attorneys admitted to practice in Pennsylvania by name, attorney ID, city, and county. Results include attorney status and whether and attorney has been subject to discipline.
Complaints Against Attorneys
View instructions for filing a complaint against an attorney with the Disciplinary Board of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania. A link to the complaint form is included.
Complaints Against Judges
View information on filing a complaint against a Pennsylvania judge with the Judicial Conduct Board. A link to the complaint form is included.
The Pennsylvania Attorney General's Public Protection Division offers information about its services, including legal action based on complaints, the Bureau of Consumer Protection and its mediated restitution program, a specialized Health Care Section, and the Office of Consumer Advocate. The Bureau of Consumer Protection provides an online complaint form.
Find Criminal Defense Attorneys
The Pennsylvania Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers offers an online directory search and links to criminal justice information.
Find Free Legal Assistance
Search for providers of free legal services by location and legal issue, or view a directory of providers in alphabetical order.
Free Legal Help Locations
View a list of Pennsylvania legal services providers, including contact information and links to their websites. Search for resources by keyword and topic, Search for local agencies with an interactive map.
Lawyer Referral Services
The Pennsylvania Bar Association offers a lawyer referral service by telephone, which includes an initial consultation with a lawyer for a nominal fee. A list of local lawyer referral services by county is also provided..