234 Pa. Code § 589

Current through Register Vol. 54, No. 7, February 17, 2024
Rule 589 - Pretrial Disposition of Summary Offenses Joined with Misdemeanor, Felony, or Murder Charges
(A) In any case in which a summary offense is joined with a misdemeanor, felony, or murder charge, and therefore is part of the court case, when there is a dismissal of all misdemeanor, felony, and murder charges, unless the Commonwealth appeals the disposition, the trial judge shall dispose of the summary offense.
(B) In any case in which all the misdemeanor, felony, and murder charges are withdrawn pursuant to Rule 561, any remaining summary offenses shall be disposed of in the court of common pleas.

234 Pa. Code § 589

The provisions of this Rule 589 adopted March 9, 2006, effective 9/1/2006, 36 Pa.B. 1385; amended February 12, 2010, effective 4/1/2010, 40 Pa.B. 1068.