JUROR SCAM ALERT
Some Summit County Residents have received telephone calls from individuals representing themselves as Law Enforcement Officers. Please be aware this has not been authorized by the Summit County Court of Common Pleas and these individuals may be attempting to operate some type of illegal operation.
DO NOT PROVIDE THESE INDIVIDUALS WITH ANY INFORMATION (PERSONAL, FINANCIAL ACCOUNT(S), EMPLOYMENT, OTHER FAMILY MEMBER INFORMATION, ETC.). DO NOT VERIFY WHETHER OR NOT YOU HAVE BEEN SUMMONED FOR JURY DUTY. HANG UP IMMEDIATELY AND CONTACT YOUR LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCY. PLEASE NOTE ANY CALLER IDENTIFICATION INFORMATION YOU CAN GATHER.
The only contact you may receive regarding Jury Duty is from the Summit County Jury Commissioner’s Office which will be prominently displayed on your Called I.D. We will never ask for personal information or threaten you with warrants for your arrest.
Thank you and please be careful!
The Summit County Court of Common Pleas - General Division, is a court of general jurisdiction. Both Civil and Criminal cases are handled by a staff of ten Judges. Each Judge presides over more than 1,000 cases each year.
For the Year 2014:Administrative Judge, Tammy O'Brien Presiding Judge, Mary Margaret Rowlands
The Courthouse is located at 209 South High Street in the Downtown Akron district. Entrances to the Courthouse are located on South High Street and Broadway Street.
PLEASE BE AWARE: All persons entering the Courthouse are subject to search.
NOTICE TO ATTORNEYS ON INDIGENT FEE APPLICATIONSYou are advised to check the Secretary of State’s website to see if your name is listed and spelled correctly as a Notary Public. If your name does not appear or is misspelled, you need to contact the Secretary of State’s office immediately to have it corrected. This will eliminate delay in approval of your indigent fee applications. The website is available by clicking here.
Last Update applied to this website: July 11, 2014
Presiding: Honorable Amy Corrigall Jones
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