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"The mission of the Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court is to provide a forum
for the fair, impartial and timely resolution of civil and criminal cases."

 

The Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court is celebrating Black History Month! Please visit our student art show on the first floor of the Justice Center, and take a look at our profiles of prominent African-Americans who contributed so much to the local and state judiciary by clicking here.

Recent News

Court Celebrates Black History Month 2020

Court Celebrates Black History Month 2020

Court Celebrates Black History Month 2020

New Grand Juries Sworn-In

New Grand Juries Sworn-In

Will meet through the end of April.

Criminal Justice Council Meeting 1/7/20

Criminal Justice Council Meeting 1/7/20

The next public meeting of the Cuyahoga County Criminal Justice Council (CJC) is Tuesday, January 7, at 9:30am.

5 Complete Veterans Treatment Court

5 Complete Veterans Treatment Court

Ceremony held on December 19.

Judge Sheehan Sworn-In As OCPJA Chair

Judge Sheehan Sworn-In As OCPJA Chair

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.

Judge Fuerst Enters CM-Law Hall of Fame

Judge Fuerst Enters CM-Law Hall of Fame

Judge Nancy A. Fuerst was inducted into the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law Hall of Fame on Friday, October 25.

Featured Events

Jury Duty Orientation

2/24/2020 - 3/30/2020

If you have been called to serve on Jury Duty, you are required to attend an orientation on either a Monday or Wednesday of that week as outlined in your jury summons for the Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court.

Recovery Court Graduation

2/20/2020

The Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Recovery Court is hosting a ceremony for those completing their treatment program.

Cuyahoga County Criminal Justice Council Quarterly Meeting

4/7/2020 - 10/6/2020

The quarterly meeting of the Cuyahoga County Criminal Justice Council will be held at 9:30AM in the Justice Center's first floor Multi-Purpose Room. The public is invited to speak, but will be limited to three minutes statements with no questions.

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