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1. How should I dress?
2. How can I get to the courthouse and where should I park?
3. Where do I meet my victim advocate?
4. Where can I get a drink or snack?
5. Where can I make phone calls?
6. Where can I smoke?
7. Should I bring anything with me?
8. How long can I expect to be there?
9. Will anyone stay with me?
10. Who is permitted in the courtroom?
11. Where can I get an excuse for missing work or school?
12. Do I get paid for being a witness?
13. What about security?

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1. What is ARD?
2. How do I know if ARD is the best disposition for me?
3. Who is not eligible for ARD?
4. Are there time limits within which I can apply for ARD?
5. How do I apply for ARD?
6. Do I need an attorney to apply for ARD?
7. What is a CRN evaluation?
8. How do I schedule a CRN evaluation?
9. What will the fines and costs be?
10. Will I lose my driver’s license if I enter into the ARD program?
11. Will my application guarantee my acceptance into the ARD program?
12. Where do I obtain an application for ARD?
13. Where do I obtain a continuance form?
14. What happens after I waive the preliminary hearing, schedule a CRN, and file my ARD application?
15. When am I actually admitted into the ARD program?
16. What happens after I appear in court and I am accepted into the ARD program?
17. What happens if I fail to comply with the ARD conditions?
18. What happens if I do successfully complete the ARD program?
19. What are the penalties if I choose not to apply for ARD?

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1. Is there a time limit within which I must apply for accelerate rehabilitative disposition?
2. How do I apply for accelerated rehabilitative disposition?
3. Do I need an attorney to apply for accelerated rehabilitative disposition?
4. What will the fines and costs be?
5. Will my application guarantee my acceptance into the accelerated rehabilitative disposition program?
6. Where do I obtain an application for accelerated rehabilitative disposition?
7. Where do I obtain a continuance form?
8. What happens if I fail to comply with the accelerated rehabilitative disposition conditions?
9. What are the penalties if I choose not to apply for accelerated rehabilitative disposition?

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1. What is required to open a Campaign Committee?
2. Must a committee always have a chairperson and treasurer?
3. Is there a limit on the amount of money that an individual can contribute?
4. If a candidate runs an advertisement on radio/television, a billboard or printed sign, does a candidate need to disclose who paid for the advertisement?
5. Are there any exceptions to the disclaimer rule?
6. Is a candidate and/or committee required to file an Expense Report or Statement in every reporting period?
7. When can I terminate my candidate or committee accounts?
8. Must Campaign Finance Reports and Statements be notarized?
9. Are Campaign Finance Reports public records upon filing?
10. Are there penalties for filing a late report?

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1. What are the duties of the coroner?
2. Where is the jurisdiction of the coroner?
3. Who notifies the coroner of a death?
4. Are all deaths reported to the coroner?
5. Are all coroner records available to the public?
6. How do I obtain a coroner’s report or toxicology report?
7. What is the cost of those reports?
8. Who performs the autopsy?
9. Why are autopsies performed?
10. If an autopsy is performed, will the decedent still be able to be viewed at the funeral home?
11. Will an autopsy delay the funeral?
12. Does the coroner need approval from the next of kin to order an autopsy?
13. Can the family request an autopsy?
14. Who can retrieve the personal effects recovered from a decedent?
15. When will i know the cause of death?
16. The cause of death listed is pending. What does this mean? When will the final cause of death be determined?
17. How do I obtain a death certificate?
18. Where will my loved one be taken?
19. What do I do now?
20. What funeral home should I choose?

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1. Who is the County Engineer?
2. How do I contact Weights & Measures?

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1. I’m having trouble with my Parcel Viewer.
2. The Parcel Viewer help document will not open.
3. I have a question about flood plain lines.
4. How do I get to the GIS Office?
5. When is the Parcel Viewer released and how much is it? What does it contain?
6. What kind of maps do you sell and what is the cost?
7. Do you sell a countywide map?
8. What kinds of payments do you take for GIS maps and services?
9. Where do I get a ‘plot plan’ of my property (in order to get a permit for an addition or new construction)?
10. I looked at your website and my neighbor’s building is on my property, can I take any action?
11. I don’t want to pay $100 for a map of my house with a photo; do you have anything less expensive?
12. Can you fix errors on my GPS or internet map (Bing, Google, Mapquest, ect.)?

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1. What is the location of the Lancaster County Coroner’s Office?
2. What are the mailing address and phone and fax information?
3. How do I obtain a cremation authorization?
4. What is the fee for cremation authorization?
5. What is the removal process from your facility?

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1. How can I zoom in/out and pan the map?
2. How can I turn layers on and off?
3. How can I search for a property?
4. What is my property’s account number?
5. Why do I get 'no records found' when I search for an address?
6. Why does the address search return more than one result?
7. Why can I not view owner names?
8. Why am I unable to view property dimensions?
9. How can I print a map?
10. How do I measure things on the map?
11. Where is the survey monuments layer?
12. Who can I contact with questions pertaining to the flood plain line?
13. My neighbor’s building is on my property, can I take any action?

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1. How do I contact a city/county department?
2. Where can I find the answers to my frequently asked questions?

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1. What is the goal of the volunteer program?
2. What commitment must I make as a volunteer?
3. What commitment does the Office of Aging make to volunteers?
4. How will I be given an assignment?
5. How do I become an Office of Aging Volunteer?

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1. How can I obtain a copy of my divorce decree?
2. Where can I obtain a copy of the Commissioners’ Meeting Minutes?
3. How can I search for criminal court records?
4. Where can I find a list of surplus tax sales?
5. Where can I find election results?
6. How can I obtain a copy of a birth certificate?

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1. Is this a form of insurance?
2. Who may use the Lancaster Rx Card?
3. Does it cost me anything to use the card?
4. What will I receive a discount on?
5. How much will I save?
6. Will I always receive the lowest price?
7. How do I use the Lancaster Rx Card?
8. Do I need to fill out paperwork to obtain / use the Lancaster Rx Card?
9. What pharmacies will accept the Lancaster Rx Card?
10. How can I get a Lancaster Rx Card?
11. Does the Lancaster Rx Card expire?
12. Can one card be used for the whole family?
13. Can I use the Lancaster Rx card towards my co-payments?
14. Can I use the Lancaster Rx Card if I have a Medicare prescription plan?
15. Can I use the Lancaster Rx card in addition to my Medicare prescription plan and get additional savings?
16. Can I use the Lancaster Rx Card during my deductible or coverage gap periods for covered medications?
17. Can I get a discount on my pet medications?
18. How can the county offer this program free to residents?

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1. Where is the Prothonotary's Office located?
2. Do you have forms for all the filings?
3. Can you help me fill out my forms?
4. How do I appeal a magisterial district judge judgment for money?
5. How do I appeal a magisterial district judge judgment for a landlord / tenant judgment for possession?
6. How do I appeal a license suspension or registration suspension?
7. How do I file for custody / visitation?
8. How do I file for divorce or annulment?
9. How do I get a satisfied lien off of my credit report?
10. How do I get a lien off of my credit report that is not mine?
11. What types of liens and judgments are filed in the Prothonotary's Office?
12. How do I resume my maiden name after a divorce?
13. How do I change my child's last name?
14. How do I change my name?
15. How do I apply for a motor vehicle registration for an abandoned vehicle?
16. How do I apply for U.S. citizenship?
17. How do I get a passport?
18. Where do I send motions and petitions for the business judge?
19. Are motions to compel discovery filed in the Prothonotary's Office?
20. How do I find an attorney for my case?
21. What do I do if I want to represent myself in a case?
22. What is the difference between a notice to resume prior surname after a divorce and an official name change?
23. What are your hours?
24. Where can I get a copy of a transcript from a hearing?
25. Where can I file for guardianship?
26. How do I withdrawal/drop my PFA?
27. How do I file a PFA?
28. Where can I get information about a Children & Youth case?
29. What is the date for my naturalization ceremony?
30. How do I get a duplicate of my naturalization certificate?
31. Why am I receiving a Criminal Judgment?
32. How long until I receive my order from a custody conference/hearing?
33. I did not receive notice or was not served with custody paperwork, but I received an order, what do I do next?
34. How do I know when my divorce has been finalized?
35. What do I need to get a certified copy of my divorce decree?
36. Where do I register my notary?
37. How can I follow the status of my case?
38. How can I e-file?

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1. How do I become a vendor?
2. How do I find the Purchasing Department?
3. How do I find the delivery dock and what are the delivery hours?

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1. How do I become a Co-op member?
2. Co-Op pick-up location and hours?
3. Where does the County post information for bids?

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1. Must all wills be probated? Can money distribution be made to heirs without probate?
2. If someone dies, where will I find the will?
3. What happens if I can’t find the will?
4. What if I know there is no will?
5. What must be legally done with the will?
6. I have been named executor, but I do not want to serve. Can I get out of it?
7. What must I do if I am named executor?
8. Can the Register of Wills guide me through estate administration, or must I seek legal counsel?
9. What is a short certificate?
10. How do I know how much I have to pay in taxes? When do I have to pay them?

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1. What law governs the conduct of small games of chance?
2. Does a local option small games of chance license permit all forms of gambling?
3. Are quarter auctions permitted?
4. Who can apply for and be granted a local option small games of chance license?
5. Are there different types of licenses?
6. What is the fee for the various licenses?
7. How long is a license valid?
8. Can an eligible organization permit its license to be used by another organization to play small games of chance?
9. Can an auxiliary to an eligible organization use the license of the eligible organization to conduct small games of chance?
10. Can an auxiliary to an eligible organization apply for and obtain its own license to conduct small games of chance?
11. How does an organization establish that it is an eligible organization?
12. Where is a criminal history check (background check) obtained?
13. Are school districts eligible for licensing under the act?
14. Are political parties eligible for licensing under the act?
15. What does the eligible organization do once it has completed its application for a license and prepared the necessary accompanying documentation?
16. Can anyone from the organization bring the application and documentation to the District Attorney’s Office?
17. Will documentation that must accompany a license application be returned?
18. Must the association provide the documentation listed on page two of the application each time application is made for a license?
19. Once issued, can the license be revoked?
20. Who investigates violations of the act?
21. Do some municipalities prohibit small games of chance?
22. Where can small games of chance be played?
23. Are there age restrictions on who can play small games of chance?
24. Can an eligible organization sell raffle tickets in another county?
25. Can anyone conduct small games of chance for an eligible organization?
26. Can members of an eligible organization be paid or otherwise compensated for conducting small games of chance on behalf of an eligible organization?
27. Where does an eligible organization obtain small games of chance?
28. Are there restrictions on advertising small games of chance?
29. Must an eligible organization maintain records concerning its conduct of small games of chance?
30. Must the activity of a licensed organization be reported?
31. Are there limitations on what an eligible organization my use the proceeds of small games of chance for?
32. Are there limits on prizes?
33. May animals be awarded as prizes?
34. Are there specific guidelines for what information must be contained on a raffle ticket?
35. Must raffle tickets be accounted for in a certain manner?
36. How many raffles can my organization hold?
37. Can the price of a raffle ticket include more than the price of the ticket?
38. Can the advertised date for a raffle drawing be postponed?
39. What procedure must a licensed organization follow if a raffle prize goes unclaimed?
40. Are raffles and drawings the same?
41. May drawing tickets be sold to the public?
42. May strip tickets and punch board chances be sold to the public?

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1. Where is your office?
2. What is a subpoena?
3. What is the purpose of bail?
4. Do I need to get an attorney?
5. What if I move or change my phone number?
6. What if the defendant’s attorney contacts me?
7. What if the defendant, his/her family, or friends contacts me?
8. Will there be a jury at trial?
9. How long do I have to wait at court?
10. Can my case be continued?
11. Will the defendant be in the courtroom?
12. Can I be in the courtroom when my child testifies?
13. What is a plea agreement?
14. What is a victim impact statement?
15. What is restitution?