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Coronavirus and Email Filing Information

  • June 29, 2020: Chief Judge Merryday has entered an administrative order to extend the court's authority under the CARES Act to conduct some criminal proceedings by video or audio conference for an additional 90 days through September 25, 2020. View the order here.
  • April 10, 2020: The public and the media can access court proceedings remotely during the national emergency. Click here to request remote access to a courtroom proceedings. View the order here.
  • April 9: Coronavirus (COVID-19) jury service postponement request If you or someone near you is ill or if you have concerns related to the coronavirus, you can request a postponement of your jury service in writing or by telephone. View more information here.
  • March 29, 2020: Chief Judge Merryday has entered an administrative order under the CARES Act concerning a court’s authority to conduct some criminal proceedings by video or audio conference. View the order here.
  • March 13, 2020: Chief Judge Merryday has ordered restrictions on visitors to the United States courthouses in the Middle District of Florida. View the order here.

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