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Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Court of Common Pleas, 5th Judicial District

Criminal DivisionCourthouse436 Grant StreetRoom 114Pittsburgh, PA, 15219 -2495
Phones: (412) 350-5322
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Criminal Division
Courthouse
436 Grant Street
Room 114
Pittsburgh, PA 15219-2495
Phone
(412) 350-5322
Other Offices
COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA COURT OF COMMON PLEAS 5TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT (Main Office)
300 Frick Building
437 Grant Street
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15219
(412) 350-5410
COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA COURT OF COMMON PLEAS 5TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT
Wills/Orphans' Court Division
City-County Building
414 Grant Street
First Floor
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15219
(412) 350-4180
COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA COURT OF COMMON PLEAS 5TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT
Civil/Family Division
City-County Building
414 Grant Street
First Floor
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15219-2469
(412) 350-4200
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