Judge Regina ArmitageCommitted to the Job
Serving as District Judge has been one of the most rewarding experiences of my
professional career. I love what I do and truly believe this is where I’m meant to
Regina’s service on the bench began in 2014 when she was unanimously appointed by all 50 members of the Senate to fill the unexpired term of her predecessor. She campaigned and won her first term in 2016, and she is excited to continue the important work she began years ago.
Since that time, Judge Armitage has handled over 25,000 dockets and has objectively and impartially presided over thousands of cases. Running a fair, firm and efficient court, Regina is steadfast in the fact that politics play no part in her judicial proceedings. She focuses on law and fact finding and treats everyone with the respect and dignity they deserve.
While standing strong against criminals who prey on our community, Judge Armitage has worked hard to give kids who make a mistake the chance to get back on the right path. She is fervent with her work on diversionary programs for first-time, nonviolent youth offenders charged with minor crimes. Further, she relies on alternative sentencing, education, and community service to teach young adults a lesson without ruining their future.
Judge Armitage has earned the respect of her peers by serving as Treasurer for the District 12 Judges Association (Bucks/Montco). She is a member of two state committees for the Special Court Judges Association of Pennsylvania, and she has been recognized by the Administrative Offices of the Pennsylvania Courts (“AOPC”) for efficiently complying with all legal and fiduciary court procedures as reflected in the multi-year audit.
Judge Armitage’s district serves New Britain and Hilltown Townships and the Boroughs of New Britain, Chalfont, Hilltown, Silverdale, Perkasie, Sellersville, and Telford.