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Useful Details About Ardmore District Courts You May Need
Ardmore, within both Delaware and Montgomery County, has a district court that encapsulates not only the town of Ardmore, but also the Borough of Narberth and sections of Lower Merion. This district court, a part of the County Court system of Montgomery County, is found at 116 A Cricket Avenue, Ardmore.
The district courts handle a variety of different offenses not handled at the federal level or the county level. In Ardmore, the court holds jurisdiction over criminal preliminary arraignments and preliminary hearings, summary criminal offenses, traffic offenses, municipal code violations, landlord/tenant suits and civil claims where damages do not exceed $8,000.
In Ardmore, the Hon. Kathleen M. Valentine presides over this magisterial court, which is typically open from 8-3:45. It is available via telephone at (620) 896-8601.
This court’s official number is 38-1-07.
Montgomery County, the larger court system which includes the District Court of Ardmore is presided over by the Hon. William T. Nicholas, the senior judge of the Court of Common Pleas. In Montgomery County, a section of the 38th Judicial District of Pennsylvania, this includes 23 full-time county justices and 30 magisterial district judges.
The seat of Montgomery County is found at 2 East Airy Street, Norristown PA 19401 and is available by phone during regular operating hours.
It also holds the Clerks of Court, Ann Thornburg and Alice J. Hendrickson (first deputy.) In addition to this department, it also houses on the second floor the Offices of the Public Defender and the District Attorney. The district attorney is Keir Bradford-Grey, available at (610) 278-3295. The Public Defender’s Office is headed by Risa Vetri Ferman, available by phone at (610) 278-3090.