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Coronavirus and Email Filing Information

  • On July 30, 2021, Chief Judge Corrigan entered a revised administrative order governing access to a United States courthouse within the Middle District of Florida due to COVID-19. Every person age four or over seeking to enter a courthouse, including employees and regardless of vaccination status, must wear a mask that covers the person’s mouth, nose, and chin while: (1) in any public or common area of a courthouse, including elevators, hallways, lobbies, conference rooms, courtrooms, enclosed parking spaces, and bathrooms; and (2) in any secure or employee-designated spaces of a courthouse building, including elevators, hallways, lobbies, conference rooms, courtrooms, enclosed parking spaces, bathrooms, and any other space where two or more employees congregate. However, a judge may provide different guidance within their courtroom or chambers, and a court employee may receive different instructions from their supervisor within a private office.

  • On June 25, 2021, Chief Judge Corrigan entered an administrative order to extend the court's authority under the CARES Act through September 1, 2021.

  • Click here to request access to a court proceeding being held virtually. View the Public Notice here.  Note that in-person proceedings are not streamed.

  • Litigants without access to CM/ECF must use this form to submit a document for electronic filing during the national emergency declared by President Trump on March 13, 2020. Paper documents can be dropped off in the public drop boxes outside each Clerk's Office. View more information here.

    For division-specific or judge-specific orders, see the division’s page or the judge’s page.