Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Online Documents/Forms

Online Documents/Forms


Please review the summary of each document or form before submitting it to our
office. Make sure all required fields have been completed before submission.
Knowingly or intentionally falsifying information submitted to our office may subject
you to penalties prescribed by law under the Pa. Crimes Code Section 4904 relating
to the crime of Unsworn Falsification.

ARD/PWOV Application Accelerated Rehabilitation Disposition/Probation Without Verdict
This form should only be filled out and submitted to the District Attorney's Office
if you have been advised by your attorney or if you do not have an attorney and have
been instructed to apply for this program by the Assistant District Attorney during
your preliminary hearing. 

Private Criminal Complaint 
This form should only be filled out and submitted to the District Attorney's Office after
reporting the incident to your local police department and being instructed by the police to
contact the District Attorney's Office to file a Private Criminal Complaint. Please do not
sign and date this form. You must appear in person at the District Attorney's Office with
legal photo identification where a notary will witness you signing the complaint. If you
have questions about this process or how private criminal complaints are handled you
may call 570-327-2456. You must make an appointment to review/file your complaint in
person with a paralegal.
Click here for an appointment.
What is a Private Criminal Complaint?

Private Criminal Complaints/Bad Checks
    
This form should only be filled out and submitted to the District Attorney's Office after
reporting the incident to your local police department and being instructed by the police
to contact the District Attorney's Office to file a Private Criminal Complaint/Bad Check.
Please do not sign and date this form. You must appear in person at the District
Attorney's Office with legal photo identification where a notary will witness you signing
the complaint. If you have questions about this process or how private criminal
complaints are handled you may call 570-327-2456. You must make an appointment
to review/file your complaint in person with a paralegal. 
Click here for an appointment.
What is a Private Criminal Complaint?


Effective January 1, 2015: The Lycoming County Courthouse will prohibit cell-phones, cameras, and portable electronic data devices inside the courthouse.  Security will not store or secure your phone.  Please plan accordingly.

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