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The mission of the
United States District Court
for the
Western District of Pennsylvania


is to preserve and enhance the rule of law while providing an impartial and accessible forum for the just, timely and economical resolution of legal proceedings within the court’s jurisdiction, so as to protect individual rights and liberties, promote public trust and confidence in the judicial system, and to maintain judicial independence.

Chief Judge Joy Flowers Conti, of the Western District of Pennsylvania would like to extend her warmest welcome as you tour the on-line home of the U. S. District Court located in Pittsburgh, Erie, and Johnstown.


NOTICES

Constitution Day September 17th.

On September 17, 1787, the U.S. Constitution was signed
and changed the course of history.

ConSource is a free online library of constitutional history.
We digitize and cross-reference source documents written by individuals who drafted, ratified, and influenced the creation of the U.S. Constitution and its Amendments. We also run programs and host events that make use of constitutional sources.
Click here for details


JURY DUTY E-MAIL SCAM WARNING

An email with the subject line of “EJuror Program” and signed by “National EJuror Program” is circulating in an attempt to gain personal identifiers (SSN, DOB, mother’s maiden name, etc.)
This is a scam, phishing email and NOT associated with the United States District Courts and citizens should not respond.

Federal district courts using eJuror never request information be sent directly in an email response.  Requests to complete a qualification questionnaire or a summons form are ALWAYS initiated by formal written correspondence via U. S. Mail and include instructions for the juror participant to be authenticated over a secure location.  In addition, Social Security numbers are NEVER required when completing your jury forms on-line through our eJuror program.

Contact the jury office at (412) 208-7540 if you have received one of these emails or have any additional questions.


ALL VISITORS TO THE U.S. COURTHOUSE
MUST PRESENT VALID PHOTO I.D.
BY ORDER OF THE U.S. MARSHAL

   

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