Lackawanna County Court

Find Lackawanna County Pennsylvania courts and courthouses, such as federal, state, district, superior, criminal, common, circuit, judicial, judiciary, divorce, appeals, family, traffic, and small claims courts. Courts provide information on legal cases, law documents, case searches, and appeals.

Archbald Magistrate Court 400 Church Street Archbald PA 18403 570-876-0570

Carbondale Magistrate Court 38 North Main Street Carbondale PA 18407 570-282-3181

Chinchilla Magistrate Court 104 Shady Lane Road Clarks Summit PA 18411 570-587-1909

Dickson City Magistrate Court 901 Enterprise Street Dickson City PA 18519 570-383-0421

Dunmore Magistrate Court 2012 West Pine Street Dunmore PA 18512 570-963-6521

Lackawanna Common Pleas Court 200 North Washington Avenue Scranton PA 18503 570-963-6452

Lackawanna County Central Court 200 North Washington Avenue Scranton PA 18503 570-963-6436

Magisterial Scranton Court 509 Cedar Avenue Scranton PA 18505 570-963-6516

Moscow Magistrate Court 119 North Main Street Moscow PA 18444 570-842-2111

Old Forge Magistrate Court 1 Maxson Drive Old Forge PA 18518 570-457-3320

Scranton District Court 1600 Farr Street Scranton PA 18504 570-963-6504

Scranton Magistrate Court I 135 Jefferson Avenue Scranton PA 18503 570-963-6518

Scranton Magistrate Court II 150103 Capouse Ave Scranton PA 18509 570-963-6501

What is a Court?

A court is a means of dispute resolution, judgment, or adjudication. A court's responsibilities include criminal, administrative, and civil matters. Types of courts include federal, state, district, superior, common, circuit, judicial, divorce, probate, appeals, traffic, family, and small claims. When a court hears a case, it tasks each side with providing evidence to support their claims. A judge and jury look at the evidence and supporting law to reach a decision regarding the case.

Courts are found everywhere from small towns to major cities. Each state and federal jurisdiction in the U.S. has its own courts. All of these lower courts are under the final jurisdiction of the Supreme Court. Federal courts are divided into trial courts and administrative courts, and state courts are divided into county courts and appellate courts in accordance with local laws.