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Pennsylvania Court Rules

Looking for Pennsylvania Rules of Court online?  Check out our Pennsylvania Court Rules - State research guide for quick access to the rules or use the links below to Pacode.com:

Title 210: Rules of Appellate Procedure
Title 231: Rules of Civil Procedure
Title 234: Rules of Criminal Procedure
Title 225: Rules of Evidence


 

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Next week, on October 1, 2019, an order amending Chapter 1920 (Actions of Divorce or For Annulment of Marriage) of the Pennsylvania Rules of Civil Procedure will go into effect ( 49 Pa.B. 3059 ; June 15, 2019). The Domestic Relations Procedural Rules Committee recommended revisions to Rules 1920.14...
The PA Supreme Court has adopted a new rule , effective May 1, 2019 that allows parties to cite unpublished opinions in the intermediate appellate courts for persuasive authority. The provision to Rule 126 allows parties to rely on unpublished non-precedential memorandum decisions of the Superior...
The PA Supreme Court adopted new rules concerning custody that went into effect 3/1/2019. The new rules relate to parenting coordinators and open the possibility of a judicial district implementing a parenting coordination program. These programs incorporate the concept of mediation to assist in...