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Philadelphia County Common Pleas
1400 John F. Kennedy Blvd.
Monday - Friday 8:00AM - 5:00PM
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Hon. Idee C. Fox
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Visit the SEPTA website for information on how to arrive at The Juanita Kidd Stout Center for Criminal Justice via public transportation.
All electronic devices are to be turned off in the courtrooms unless otherwise instructed by court staff.
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Any person with a disability needing special help to serve on jury duty should contact the Jury Information Line at 215 683-7170.
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The First Judicial District of Pennsylvania is composed of two courts which make up the Philadelphia County Court System: the Court of Common Pleas and Municipal Court. The Court of Common Pleas is a general trial jurisdiction court with a complement of one hundred and one judges. The Court of Common Pleas is headed by a President Judge elected by their peers and is organized into three divisions based on case types, each led by an Administrative Judge appointed by the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania. The Trial Division is responsible for most felony criminal and major civil cases where the contested amount exceeds $12,000; the Family Division is responsible for Domestic Relations Branch matters (divorce, paternity, custody, child support and domestic violence) and Juvenile Branch cases (delinquency, dependency, and adoptions); and the Orphans' Court Division conducts proceedings involving estates, wills and trusts.