of Fee Increase for Filing a Civil Case - The fee for filing a
civil case will increase from $350 to $400, effective May 1, 2013.
Notice of Amendments to Local Rules - The District
Court hereby gives public notice of the amendments to the Local
Rules for the United States District Court, Southern District of
Indiana, which will take effect January 1, 2013.
Electronic Civil Case Opening
allows ECF-registered attorneys to file new civil cases electronically
via CM/ECF. Training is required and available at the
Indianapolis and Evansville courthouses or via online training
Requirements for Attorney Change of Information:
attorney whose name, mailing address, telephone number, fax number or e-mail
address (primary and/or secondary) has changed must notify the clerk’s office
within 30 days of such change (see L.R. 5-3(c)(1).) Please follow the
to complete and/or file a
Notice of Change of Attorney Information
Retroactive Mileage Rates - Jurors serving between January 1, 2013,
and January 14, 2013.
Public Notice to Customers Presenting Checks
Public Notice - Beverage
Prohibition in Courthouses - Effective March 1, 2012, all
liquids and beverages are prohibited from being brought into any
federal courthouse in the Southern District of Indiana. See
link for the full policy.
- A number of calls have been received from individuals indicating they received an
email that appears to be a
grand jury subpoena issued by the U.S. District Court, Southern
District of California. The email was sent from a USCOURTS.COM
address. This email is NOT a valid communication from a
federal court and may contain harmful links. If you receive
this email, please do not click on any links or download any
information relating to it.
has been reported that individuals are receiving phones calls by
a caller claiming to be an officer of the court and that a warrant has
been issued for failure to report for jury duty. In attempt to
verify information, the caller asks for a Social Security number and
date of birth (and sometimes a credit card number.) If you receive
such a call, please hang up the phone. Court personnel will not
ask you for this type of personal information over the phone.