Court Administration


About the Office

The Court Administrator's office is responsible for the day to day operations of the Pike County Judicial system. Included in the duties of the Court Administrator are case assignments, scheduling, docket control, jury selection, statistical reporting and information coordinator. Questions regarding these matters should be addressed to the Court Administrator's office.

Please visit our official website at court.pikepa.org for more information about our courts and Juror Information.

Court of Common Pleas 60th Judicial District

Pike County is one of 60 separate judicial districts that comprise Pennsylvania's unified judicial system. As one of three equal independent branches of state government, Pennsylvania's Unified Judicial System's role is to preserve the rule of law and guarantee the rights and liberties of citizens.

The 60 Judicial District encompasses the geographical boundaries of Pike County.

The Court consists of one President Judge, one Senior Judge, and covers four Magisterial Districts. Common Pleas Judges serve ten year terms and are elected officials employed by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

The County Seat of Pike County is Milford, PA. Pike County is a Sixth Class County with a 2000 census population of 48,000.

Pike County Judicial Offices

The Pike County Judiciary maintains six separate facilities as well as utilizing County facilities for certain functions.

Courthouse: The Pike County Courthouse is a registered National Historic building constructed in 1874. For more than 100 years it has served as the home of the county seat of government and all elected officials of the County. After construction of the County Administration Building and relocation of most county administrative offices, the courthouse continues to be the home of the Court of Common Pleas and court related offices such as the Prothonotary and Clerk of Courts. Court Administration and other related offices are maintained in the courthouse annex located nearby.

 

District Court Info and Locations

60-3-01

  • Deborah Fischer, Magisterial District Judge
  • 103 West High Street
  • Milford, PA 18337

  • Phone: 570-296-8108

    Jurisdiction: Milford Borough, Milford Township, Matamoras and Westfall Township

Hours of Operation
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
1 to 8 PM
9 to 4 PM
9 to 4 PM
9 to 4 PM
9 to 4 PM

 

60-3-02

  • Shannon Muir, ESQ, Magisterial District Judge
  • Palmyra Professional Complex
  • 106 Shook Road, Suite 100
  • Hawley, PA 18428

    Phone: 570-226-9650

    Jurisdiction: Blooming Grove, Greene and Palmyra Townships

Hours of Operation
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
9 to 3 PM
9 to 3 PM
9 to 3 PM
9 to 3 PM
9 to 3 PM

 

60-3-03

  • Alan B. Cooper, Esq., Magisterial District Judge
  • 502 Little Walker Road
  • Shohola, PA 18458

  • Jurisdiction: Dingman, Lackawaxen and Shohola Townships

Hours of Operation
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
9 to 3 PM
9 to 3 PM
9 to 3 PM
9 to 3 PM
9 to 3 PM

 

60-3-04

  • Paul D. Menditto, Sr., Magisterial District Judge
  • 213 Silver Lake Road
  • Dingmans Ferry, PA 18328

  • Jurisdiction: Delaware, Lehman and Porter Townships

Hours of Operation
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
11 AM to 5 PM
9 to 3 PM
9 to 3 PM
9 to 3 PM
9 to 3 PM

 

Office Info

Hours M-F 8:30 - 4:30
Phone 570-296-3556
Fax 570-296-6054
Internal Extension 1230
Address 102 East John St
Milford, PA 18337
Official Website court.pikepa.org