Allegheny County Court System Extends Order To Limit In-Person ProceedingsThe Allegheny County Court system has extended its order to limit in-person hearings.
Line For License-To-Carry Permits Wraps Around Allegheny County CourthousePeople looking to get a license to carry waited in a line that wrapped around the Allegheny County Courthouse Friday.
David L. Lawrence Convention Center To Host Allegheny County Jury TrialsJury trials will look a bit different for the rest of 2020.
David L. Lawrence Convention Center To Play Pivotal Role As Jury Trials In Allegheny Co. Set To ResumeSeven months after the Allegheny County Courthouse shut down because of the Coronavirus pandemic, criminal jury trials are set to start up again on Monday morning.
Jury Trials To Resume In October, Allegheny Co. Shuffling Spaces To Avoid Close ProximityDelayed jury trials will be taking place in the meeting room for Allegheny County commissioners.
Protesters Once Again Gather And March Through Downtown PittsburghIt's a movement that began nearly four months ago and has continued every Saturday since then.
Allegheny County Court System To Resume In-Person Proceedings Next MonthThe Allegheny County court system will return to having in-person proceedings next month.
President Judge Rules Against Closing Entire Allegheny County Court System Over Coronavirus FearsThe Allegheny County courts will remain open amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Attorney Tests Positive For Coronavirus, Judge Orders Court Facilities Closed And No In-Person HearingsThree court facilities are temporarily closed after a private attorney who tested positive for coronavirus appeared at the Allegheny County Courthouse, a district court in North Versailles and a PFA office.
President Judge Kim Clark Orders Several County Court Facilities ClosedAs the Allegheny County Courthouse deals with coronavirus cases, President Judge Kim Clark ordered several buildings closed.
Judge Holds Hearing On Whether Allegheny Co. Courthouse Is Safe From CoronavirusCourt employees and attorneys are uneasy after some have come down with COVID-19.