Mount Lebanon was established in 1912 but became “Mt. Lebanon” in 1975. Mount Lebanon is a Pittsburgh suburb that boasts 15 parks, 2 public pools, ice rink, and a recreation building at which many local sports tournaments are held. Mount Lebanon is officially under the jurisdiction of Allegheny County courts for most local cases.
A select population of Mount Lebanon residents are practicing lawyers who can help sort out your case. Lawyers in Mount Lebanon consult clients on lots of different cases, some regular examples include: bankruptcy, child custody, automobile injury, immigration visa, and DUI/DWI cases.
Recently in Mount Lebanon, Victor Nelson was sentenced to 10 years in Pennsylvania State Prison and an additional 5 years of probation under Federal drug charges. Nelson was convicted of conspiracy to distribute and possess with intent to distribute over 5 kilograms of cocaine. Cocaine is a schedule 2 controlled substance under Federal law and carries minimum sentencing requirements.
If you have a divorce motion to file in Mount Lebanon then you’re going to heading to the 5th Judicial District Court of Common Pleas that serves Allegheny County. Common pleas courts are the highest level courts with which you may file in Pennsylvania. The 5th Judicial Circuit Court of Common Pleas takes tort, contract, real property, probate, administrative agency appeals, domestic relations, criminal, and juvenile cases. The U.S. District Court will be the location that you will file any Mount Lebanon bankruptcies.
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