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ePay Traffic Citations

Pay your Philadelphia Traffic Citation online. For Parking tickets please visit www.philapark.org


The eFiling system allows case documents, such as pleadings, motions, and petitions, to be filed with the court using a computer and Internet connection.


With our online system see if you qualify for jury service, ask for postponements, excuse/disqualification, and proof of service.


Pay fines, costs, and restitution to the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania's Common Pleas and Magisterial District courts.

Court Services and Information

Passport Office

Passports filings are accepted by the Office of Judicial Records.

Calendars & Case Search

Providing quick access to information on cases and court calendars in the Philadelphia Court system.


Please note that not all opinions issued by First Judicial District Judges are posted on this site.


Access all forms, court fees, reports, local rules, orders and regulations, and publications available to the public.

Cases of Public Interest

We provide quick access to information on cases of public interest in Philadelphia County.

Judicial Art and History

The Art in City Hall initiative aims to educate the general public on the history of the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas.

The Center

The Elder Justice & Civil Resource Center ("The Center") is a court-based resource center for seniors located at City Hall.

The Senior Judge Oral History Program

The program's goals include preserving Philadelphia judicial history and making it accessible to the community through the Internet.