Endorsed by the Plymouth and Conshohocken Democratic Committees and Montgomery County Sheriff Sean Kilkenny.
"The link between mental health, criminal recidivism, and drug abuse is clear. As an attorney, a court-appointed Mental Health Examiner, and a Public Defender who practiced in the Behavioral Health Court, I know early intervention is critical to stopping crime. Justice and our community’s future are my top priority.”
~Jodi Lukens Griffis
District 38-1-13, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania
Born and raised right here in our community, Jodi Lukens Griffis is a mom, former Montgomery County Public Defender, and a local small business owner who will bring her extensive experience as a mental health advocate to her service as our Magisterial District Judge. She is proud to be running for the Magisterial District Judge position in Plymouth Township and the West side of Conshohocken.
Local. Rooted. Experienced.
Responsibilities of the Magisterial District Judge
Magisterial District Judge oversees the following matters within their court:
Small claims for matters up to $12,000
All criminal cases within the court's jurisdiction
All traffic citations issued within the court's jurisdiction
All non-traffic citations such as disorderly conduct, public drunkenness, underage drinking, etc. issued within the court’s jurisdiction
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