Probation and parole are systematic and constructive methods of correctional treatment, which through counseling, guidance, assistance, surveillance, and restraint facilitate the offender's reintegration into society as a law abiding and productive member.
The Community Services (CS) Program is a part of the Probation Services Department of the Washington County Court System. The Community Services Program permits adults to work off fines and court costs.
The Domestic Relations Section of the Court of Common Pleas of Washington County, Pennsylvania is the County IV-D Agency responsible for the establishment, collection, and enforcement of child and spousal support obligations.
Family / Juvenile
Each month prospective jurors are summoned at the direction of the President Judge and the Court Administrator. Jurors are summoned for regular and special trial terms for both civil and criminal cases.
The Juvenile Probation Office is a social service agency governed by The Juvenile Act and The Pennsylvania Rules of Juvenile Court Procedure, which makes decisions in cases involving alleged criminal acts committed by juveniles between the ages of 10 and 17.
The Washington County Law Library serves the legal research needs of the bench, bar, and public of Washington County.