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Fifth Judicial District of Pennsylvania. County of Allegheny. Administration. Civil. Criminal. District Judges. Family. Jury. Orphans' PMC. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Family Adult Section Court Manual. Procedures: Table of Contents (rev. 117) General Information (rev.
917) Support (rev. 1117) Divorce (rev. 1117) Miscellaneous (rev. 615) The Clerk of Courts manages all paperwork for all criminal cases in the Chester County Court of Common Pleas. The Clerks office also assesses fines, costs and restitution and collects the fees in conjunction with the Chester County Adult Probation and Parole Department.
Government Row Officers Register of Wills. Main Fee Bill Bucks County Orphans Court Records, Book 1A c. 1683) Our cases include all estate proceedings before the Court of Common Pleas, Guardianship and Adoption cases, The revised Orphans Court Manual (Fourth Edition, The Pennsylvania Manual is a comprehensive guide to Pennsylvania's state and local government.
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Civil Procedure, Records, Files and Exhibits, directing that the Clerk of Court maintain custody of all records, files and exhibits in all cases filed in this court until such time as the case is finally resolved, dismissed or abandoned, as set forth in paragraph (e) of Rule 39. 3. Briefs and Reproduced Records must comply with all provisions of Chapter 21 of the Pennsylvania Rules of Appellate Procedure. Certain filings with the Court require a fee that must be paid at the time of filing.
RECORDS MANUAL FOR PENNSYLVANIA COUNTY GOVERNMENTS SECTION 1: PROCEDURES AND STANDARDS General Provisions and Procedures for the Destruction or Transfer of County Records Clerk Of CourtsClerk Of The Criminal Division Office (CC) Coroners Office (CN) District Attorneys Office (DA) Welcome to the website for the Office of the Clerk of Courts. The Clerk of Courts is an independently elected public official responsible for efficiently maintaining accurate criminal records for the Court of Common Pleas of Lancaster County.
Clerk of Courts Don O'Shell York County Clerk of Courts. Welcome to the York County Clerk of Courts web site! I trust that you will find this website helpful in learning more about our office and how we can assist you with a concern.
Please visit the, " About us" tab to view a list of accepted filings. The Pennsylvania State Association of the Prothonotaries and Clerks of Courts has been in existence since 1928 when then President Wilson Wert, of Lehigh County, hosted the first conference in the City of Allentown. Clerk of Courts. Dauphin County. Andrea Naugle. Treasurer, Clerk of Judicial Records. Lehigh County. Suzanne Revak Fedele