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How to get information in Pennsylvania

| Aug 11, 2010 | Firm News |

One of the first things a citizen has to do when they have an issue with their government is to gather information.  Unfortunately, this initial step can be a frustrating maze of automated telephone systems.  This unpleasantness can result in putting off simple tasks just because you don’t know where to begin!  Below are several links that are good starting places to gather information. CPCMS provides information about criminal charges, traffic tickets, and summary citations in Pennsylvaniand allows you to search a variety of ways such as by defendant’s name. Superior Court of Pennsylvania – 215-560-5800 or website Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania – 717-255-1600 or website Supreme Court of Pennsylvania – 215-560-6370 or website PennDOT – 800-932-4600 or website Pennsylvania Bar Association – website Pennsylvania Criminal Background Check – website Pennsylvania’s Megan’s Law Database – website Pennsylvania Department of Corrections – website and inmate locator Pennsylvania Legislation – website Bucks County Court information – website Bucks County Council on Alcoholism – website

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