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Schedules and Forms

Schedules and Forms

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The Unified Judicial System of Pennsylvania (UJS) complies with Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) which provides that “no qualified individual with a disability shall, by reason of such disability, be excluded from participation in or be denied the benefits of the services, programs, or activities of a public entity, or be subjected to discrimination by any such entity”.
All transcripts of official court proceedings shall be prepared only upon written authorization or order of Court. No transcript of any official court proceeding may be prepared without the written consent of the Common Pleas Court judge assigned to the respective case. In the event that the assigned judge cannot be contacted by all exhaustive means, the authorization must be made by the respective Administrative Judge or the President Judge of the Court of Common Pleas.
The mission of the Berks County Bar Association is to support the legal profession by promoting professional excellence, encouraging collegiality and exercising advocacy on its behalf. The Association also strives to support the community by publishing the Berks County Law Journal, providing educational programs for the public, assuring access to justice and protecting the integrity of the legal system in Berks County.

Court Schedule(s)

The Court Schedule is issued daily and reflects both Criminal and Civil cases that are scheduled for various types of proceedings in the Court of Common Pleas. The schedule includes information as to the presiding Judges, times, and courtroom locations of the proceedings being held each day.

CIVIL ARGUMENT COURT is held every first and third Monday of each month. The cases to be heard are listed by any attorney of record or party involved, and can include matters such as Preliminary Objections, Motions for Summary Judgments, and Motions to Compel. These proceedings are not included on the Daily Court Schedule, but are listed on a separate schedule issued on the Thursday prior to the scheduled argument date. The schedule includes the name of the judge who will be hearing the matter, the parties involved and their counsel, as well as the times and locations of the proceedings.



Civil Forms

Criminal Forms