Public access to the Justice Center is limited to the Ontario Street entrance only. Anyone seeking entrance to the Justice Center may be subject to a forehead temperature screening and series of health questions. Click here for details.
With the rising concerns of the COVID-19 virus, and the expert medical opinions from the Governor’s Office, the Judges of the General Division voted Wednesday, March 18, to limit the number of Judges and staff in the Justice Center on a daily basis beginning on Friday, March 20, through Friday, April 10.
To be clear, the Court remains open, but efforts will focus primarily on incarcerated individuals and all emergency matters.
Jurors should call 216-698-2977after 4:30pm the day before their summons date to determine if they need to report in person to the Justice Center. For more information on the new juror reporting procedures, click here.
The Cuyahoga County legal community is discusings how recent orders to reduce court operations affect attorneys and citizens now, and in the future.
Court Recognizes Student Artists
27 people completed the programs in February.
Will meet through the end of April.
Ceremony held on December 19.
Judge Brendan J. Sheehan was sworn in December 3, 2019, to a two-year term as the fourth vice-chair of Ohio Common Pleas Judges Association.