View information about the 17th Judicial District Treatment Court in Snyder and Union Counties, which can set up treatment and community service in lieu of incarceration for some DUI offenders and other offenders with substance abuse problems.Links to eligibility requirements, program phases, community service, a participant handbook, and an application form are provided.The Women's Resource Center of Scranton provides a 24-hour hotline, emergency shelter, transitional housing, counseling, legal support, and information for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, and dating violence in Lackawanna and Susquehanna Counties.North Penn Legal Services offers free online information about legal issues including child support, custody, family law, consumer, housing discrimination, landlord-tenant, employment, and more.
View information about services available to victims of domestic violence in Allegheny County, including shelters and court ordered protection from abuse.
Select the "Domestic Violence" menu item for a drop-down list of links to detailed information.
The Allegheny County Bar Association offers free downloadable brochures including a guide for those turning 18 and a guide to probate and living trusts.
Search the Unconsolidated Statutes by keyword or act number, or browse by act name. Search Pennsylvania Rules of Evidence, Rules of Civil Procedure (General and Orphans' Court), Rules of Criminal Procedure, Juvenile Rules, and Minor Court Civil Rules (Magisterial District Courts and Philadelphia Municipal Court) by keyword, or browse by table of contents.
Court Rules are part the Pennsylvania Code, a compilation of administrative rules.