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Magisterial District Courts Docket Sheets

On April 1, 2012, AOPC implemented a new protocol in its Magisterial District Judge System to ensure that when the official paper case records of an individual case have been or should have been destroyed in accordance with the Record Retention and Disposition Schedule with Guidelines (“Schedule”) promulgated pursuant to Pa.R.J.A. No. 507 that the public web docket sheet for the case will no longer be accessible. These actions are consistent with the Schedule’s purpose to implement record disposition consistently throughout the UJS. Therefore, destruction of the official record pursuant to the Schedule will also result in the electronic case record information regarding the record no longer being accessible to the public.

Recent entries made in the court filing offices may not be immediately reflected on these docket sheets. Neither the courts of the Unified Judicial System of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania nor the Administrative Office of Pennsylvania Courts assumes any liability for inaccurate or delayed data, errors or omissions on these docket sheets. Docket sheet information should not be used in place of a criminal history background check, which can only be provided by the Pennsylvania State Police. Employers who do not comply with the provisions of the Criminal History Record Information Act (18 Pa.C.S. Section 9101 et seq.) may be subject to civil liability as set forth in 18 Pa.C.S. Section 9183.

MDJ docket sheets are available for specific docket types (see Participant Name search type). If you want to search by docket number, you will first need to fill out the county and court boxes. If you do not have that information, you cannot search by docket number.

The webpage you are viewing is operated and maintained by Pennsylvania's Unified Judicial System as a source of public information. The webpage is not affiliated with any search system for public records provided by private organizations for which fees may be incurred. The ability to search for and review information contained in these web docket sheets is a free public service.

Select a MDJ Docket Search Type from the dropdown (default search type is by Docket Number)

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Enter the desired search criteria and click Search (available search criteria changes based upon the type selected above)

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