ERS will no longer contain up-to-date docket information after June 15, 2023 at 12:00 p.m. Any persons wishing to view court records and documents filed after that date and time must utilize the C-Track Case Management System at a court public terminal until the C-Track Public Portal is made available in the Fall. All questions, please call 724-228-6797.
Court Case Lookup
Visit the Court Case lookup here: Electronic Retrieval System.
If you are a Pro-subscriber, you can access public documents from your location via ERS. Any issues are handled by the County Information Technology Department.
- Electronic Filing (E-File) is not available at this time.
- The $8 Satisfaction fee to close a case will be collected at the initial filing of a new action or other proceeding. (Effective 2/1/2021)
- WRITS & RULES - Must be prepared and complete prior to filing.
- Filings submitted without the fee will be returned to the sender.
Remote Access to the Docket and Documents will not be available beginning June 20, 2023 through September due to the new Case Management Software implementation. 3 Public Computers are available for viewing of public documents inside the office for general public use. Additional computers are available in our Computer Lab for the Lawyers and Title Searchers to utilize. Please look for signs with directions to your proper computer location. Both are on the 2nd floor (Courthouse Square).
Court Administration is also providing computer access in the Law Library inside the Courthouse (basement/entry level).
We ask you to not wait until the last day/deadline to file a document.
*Although we will make every effort to provide accurate and timely information, the Prothonotary’s office accepts no responsibility for the information provided*
Duties of the Prothonotary
The Prothonotary is the elected civil clerk of the Court of Common Pleas and is responsible for recording all civil procedures before the court. These include but are not limited to:
On October 9, 2009 Governor Rendell signed into law House Bill 1607 which became Act 49 of 2009. The Act adds additional recording/filing fees and becomes effective on December 8, 2009. The new fees include a temporary (for 25 months) $11.25 surcharge on all county offices that currently collect the Judicial Computer System/Access to Justice (JCS/ATJ) fees except on traffic violations. Additionally, a new permanent fee of $2.25 has been added, the revenue which is earmarked for the Criminal Justice Enhancement Account (CJEA). This results in a combined increase of $13.50 which will be added to the current $10 fee, bringing the total to $23.50.