This is a restricted government website for official court business only. All activities of
CM/ECF subscribers or users of this system for any purpose, and all access attempts,
may be recorded and monitored by persons authorized by the federal judiciary for
improper use, protection of system security, performance of maintenance and for
appropriate management by the judiciary of its systems. By subscribing to CM/ECF,
users expressly consent to system monitoring and to official access to data reviewed and
created by them on the system. If evidence of unlawful activity is discovered, including
unauthorized access attempts, it may be reported to law enforcement officials.
Instructions for filing:
Enter your CM/ECF filer login and password if you are electronically filing something with the court.
If you received this login page as a result of a link from a Notice of Electronic Filing email:
Enter your CM/ECF filer login and password. The system prompts customers for a CM/ECF login and password when attempting to view certain types of documents.
If you have trouble viewing a document:
After successful entry of your CM/ECF login, you should be able to view the document. If you receive the message "You do not have permission to view this document," viewing the document is restricted to attorneys of record in the case and the system does not recognize you as such. If the login prompt appears again, after you have entered your CM/ECF login and password, it means that the "free look" link has expired. You will need to enter your PACER login and password to view the document.
Instructions for viewing filed documents and case information:
If you do not need filing capabilities, enter your PACER login and password. If you do not have a PACER login, you may register online at http://www.pacer.gov.
If you have lost or forgotten your CM/ECF password, click here.
If you have lost or forgotten your PACER password, click here.
If you have lost or forgotten your Attorney Services Portal password, click here.
Please check the Court's website regularly for the most current guidance on COURT OPERATIONS UNDER THE EXIGENT CIRCUMSTANCES CREATED BY COVID-19 HERE.