Welcome to the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Louisiana
Middle District of Louisiana - Document Filing System
Link a CM/ECF account to my PACER account
Lost Passwords and Password Changes:
If you have lost your CM/ECF password or the password you recall does not work or you would like to change your password, you can create a new password by clicking here. This process only works for CM/ECF accounts and will not work for PACER accounts. PACER users should contact the PACER Service Center for help with login and password issues.
Rejected ACH transactions are subject to NSF fees. If you choose to use ACH for payments, please verify your account has sufficient funds and is set up to allow ACH debits.
CM/ECF SYSTEM MAINTENANCE: The U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Louisiana will perform maintenance on the CM/ECF system during the maintenance window of 4:00 A.M. - Noon CST on Saturday, July 20, 2019. View access should be available during the maintenance window, however brief interruption in connectivity is to be expected and users should avoid E-Filing during this maintenance window.
NOTICE FOR CM/ECF FILERS:
This site provides federal court case information on the Internet. When you access PACER on the Internet you will be required to use a login and password issued by the PACER Service Center.
If you do not already have a PACER account, you may register online at http://pacer.psc.uscourts.gov or call (800) 676-6856 or (210) 301-6440 to obtain a registration form.
There is a $.10 per page charge for downloading case information and images of filed documents on this system.
The image of documents are in a portable document format (pdf) which must be viewed/printed using the Adobe Acrobat
Reader. If you do not have this plugin installed on your PC, you will need to
download it from the Adobe web site.
The Judiciary is always open for suggestions from our electronic public access users for improvements. If you have comments or questions, contact the PACER Service Center by phone at (800) 676-6856 or (210) 301-6440, or by email at email@example.com. If you send email, please include the name of the specific court you are referring to.
This website is on District Court version: CM/ECF-DC V10.3.2