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Crawford County Common Pleas
359 E. Center St.
Monday - Friday 8:30AM - 4:30PM
Hon. John F. Spataro
Patricia A. Wetherbee
There is no “reserved” area for juror parking, but with the enclosed juror parking pass you may park free in metered spaces around Diamond Park and on adjacent streets. Do not park in metered city lots, however. Please read and follow instructions on your pass. Note that we cannot have tickets for illegal parking excused. Please do not park in the lots designated for County employees or other private, restricted office or church lots near the Courthouse.
Clothing such as t-shirts with offensive language or pictures, halter tops and shorts arenot permitted. Upon entering the Judicial Center, you will be met by screening personnel who will ask you to remove belts thathave metal buckles, and empty all articles in your pockets and place them in plastic bins.According to PA law, jurors may not use a cell phone, computer, or other electronic device withcommunication capabilities while in attendance at trial or during deliberations.
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Crawford County is located in the northwestern region of Pennsylvania. It was founded in March of 1800 from a portion of Allegheny Countyand and named after William Crawford. The Court of Common Pleas is a general jurisdiction trial court handling both civil and criminal cases. There are three full time judges providing judicial services.