Saucon Valley District Judge Seeks Re-Election

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Former Northampton County Magisterial District Judge David W. Tidd (FILE PHOTO)

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Note: The following news release is from David W. Tidd, Magisterial District Judge for District 03-2-04 in Northampton County.

I am pleased to announce my candidacy for re-election as Magisterial District Judge for District 03-2-04 covering Hellertown and Lower Saucon. For the past five years since my election in 2009, it has been my honor and privilege to faithfully and expertly serve the citizens of our community.

Northampton County Magisterial District Judge David W. Tidd has announced his re-election campaign.

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Northampton County Magisterial District Judge David W. Tidd has announced his re-election campaign.

The choice of Magisterial District Judge is an important one with significant impact on all of us. Not only is the District Court where traffic and landlord-tenant cases are heard, but where bail is set and preliminary hearings held in serious criminal matters such as theft and homicide.

As current Magisterial District Judge and licensed attorney in practice for 15 years, my extensive legal experience in civil and criminal matters, integrity and desire to ensure fair and impartial resolutions make me uniquely qualified to continue as your Magisterial District Judge. These same qualifications make the difference between criminals being punished and being released back into our community.

 

I desire to continue as District Judge to maintain the reputation of my Court for decisions grounded in sound legal reasoning and for providing outstanding service outside the courtroom through knowledgeable, well-trained staff. The Court is also known for bringing a balance to the just aims of law enforcement and the individual rights of defendants as required by our State and Federal Constitutions.

Additionally, I have, with the help of of my staff and officials of Northampton County Court Administration, brought my Court in compliance with standards set by the State of Pennsylvania. In its most recent audit, the State recognized my Court’s fiscal accuracy and adherence to proper procedure. I desire to see this compliance continue long into the future.

These past five years have seen great change for my wife Vera and I, with the birth of our two children, Caroline, now 4, and John William, 23 months. One thing that will not change is my dedication to the people of the Saucon Valley through my service to them as their Magisterial District Judge.​

Sincerely,

David W. Tidd, Esquire

Magisterial District Judge
District 03-2-04

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