There are several ways to review or obtain case information. Expand the menu below for a brief description and hyperlinks of each. For fees relating to electronic public access as directed by the Judicial Conference, please refer to the Electronic Public Access Fee Schedule.
CM/ECF - Case Management/Electronic Case Files is an electronic case management and electronic case filing system for the federal Courts. CM/ECF allows 24-hour electronic access to files and provides for the electronic filing of documents over the internet. To obtain information on registering for CM/ECF click here.
VCIS - VCIS is an automated voice response system that allows the caller to obtain information about a bankruptcy case via telephone and free of charge.
WebPacer - Web based Public Access to Court Electronic Records (PACER) is an electronic public access service that allows users to obtain case information. PACER differs from CM/ECF in that a PACER login ID is provided by the PACER Service Center and provides access to case information and a CM/ECF login is required to electronically file documents.
U.S. Party/Case Index - The U.S. Party Case Index is a national index for most federal courts. It is a part of the PACER system and allows you to conduct a nationwide search for cases filed with participating Courts.
Case Filing Stats - Listing of new cases filed by Division and County for current and previous years.
Archived Cases - Obtain information on cases archived with the national Archives and Administration.