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Current Mileage: Mileage is currently $0.535 per mile for CJA and Jurors.
December 15, 2016, 16-cv-137-S ORDER DISMISSING MOTION TO VACATE SENTENCE: PAUL ALLEN MILLER, Petitioner, vs. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Respondent.
Attention: some Court filing fees will change effective 12/1/2016!
10/27/2016 There is a new Order Removing Condition Requiring One Time Copay from the Standard Conditions of Release and Probation
10/13/2016 There is a new Order establishing changes to the Standard Conditions of Release and Probation
12/09/2016 Clerks Courterly Newsletter
U.S. Marshals Warn of Nationwide Jury Scam 7/12/2016 The U.S. Marshals Service is warning the public of a nationwide telephone scam involving individuals claiming to be U.S. marshals, court officers/personnel or law enforcement officials seeking to collect a fine in lieu of arrest for failing to report for jury duty. The U.S. Marshals Service does not call anyone to arrange payment of fines over the phone for failure to appear for jury duty or any other infraction. In order to appear more credible, the scammers may even provide information like badge numbers and the names of actual federal judges and courthouse addresses as well as available bail-bondsmen . Victims have been told they can avoid arrest by paying a fine using a reloadable credit card, and were urged to call a number and provide their own credit card number to initiate the process.The Marshals Service urges the public not to divulge personal or financial information to unknown callers, even if they sound legitimate. If anyone contacts you claiming that you must pay a fine over the phone for missing jury service, please report the incident to local law enforcement department, or local U.S. Marshals or FBI office READ MORE!
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PASSPORT APPLICANTS - please read
Effectve December 1st, 2015: Current Rules of Practice & Procedure Amendments. In addition, Bankruptcy forms were substantially revised.
New Address: The National Park has assigned a new physical address to the Yellowstone Justice Center. The new address is 105 Albright Avenue. The mailing address has not changed.
Reminder to counsel: always flatten your PDF documents prior to filing them in CM/ECF. To flatten them, simply Print to PDF and place the file someplace you can find it. Do not "save" your PDFs unless they have been flattened first. This prevents the appearance they can be changed.
CM/ECF Training: Please note that CM/ECF training will now be offered once a month in Cheyenne, typically on the 3rd Wednesday, from 2 - 5:00. We encourage new users to call our office to reserve a seat.
ATTENTION! 2/02/2015 There is a pending criminal matter scam going around Wyoming. If you have been contacted by someone over the phone stating that you have a criminal matter requiring urgent attention, please do not give any information to the caller. If you have questions on this, please feel free to call us.
ATTENTION! 12/29/2014 There is a "new" jury scam going around Wyoming. If you have been contacted by someone over the phone to send money, please DO NOT do so. There have been no warrants issued and you are not in trouble with this Court.
CM/ECF Browsers: Release 6.1 has been tested with Internet Explorer 8 and 9, Firefox and Safari.
US Courts Website: You can learn more about the federal court system, including information about job openings.
CM/ECF and RECAP: Read the notice about the RECAP software on our CM/ECF page.
Wyoming Info!: Learn more about Wyoming and the people that call it home.
Attorney Admission to the Federal Bar: answers to questions about attorney admissions.
Central Violations Bureau: link to the CVB.
CM/ECF: Case Management/Electronic Case Filing System
Contact Us: Information on how to contact the Court.
Court Interpreter Page: Information and voucher forms for court interpreters.
Court Reporter Page: Transcript and Reporter Information.
Criminal Justice Act: Forms and manuals for CJA attorneys.
Electronic Courtrooms: This page explains our Courtroom audio and video technology.
EDR: Wyoming's Employee Dispute Resolution.
FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions, including transcript rates.
Forms: Direct link to all types of forms, including civil, criminal, pro se and others.
JERS: Follow this link to find out about Wyoming Jury Evidence Recording System - coming in December 2014.
General Orders: All Wyoming District Court General Orders in a single bookmarked PDF document (7.52MB).
Jury Duty: Information for potential and current jurors.
Legalities and Disclaimers: Procedural and web usage information.
Local Rules: Find Wyoming's Civil and Criminal Local Rules in PDF format.
Non-Prisoner Pro Se: Links to instructions specifically designed to assist persons planning on self-filing.
Passport Applications: Beginning April 1, 2016, we will no longer be a passport acceptance facility.
Post Judgment Interest Rates: Click on this link to get the most recent rates.
Prisoner Pro Se: This link is for prisoners wishing to represent themselves in civil matters before the Court.
Published Documents: Published opinions and other case-related documents posted by the Court.
Related Links: Links to web sites directly related to ours.
Seminars Disclosure: Click here to find out which seminars our judges have attended.
Sitemap: A bulleted list with links to all pages on this site.
Staff Travel: Find the latest Judiciary Travel Regulations for CJA attorneys, court reporters, and expert witnesses here.
Yellowstone and Jackson Court Forms: Links to forms for defendants with proceedings in Yellowstone or Jackson Courts.
Ceremonies in our Court!
The public is invited to a Naturalization Ceremony in Cheyenne
Upcoming Naturalization Ceremonies...
Casper: May 8, 2017, September 11, 2017
Our Mission: Every employee appointed to the United States District Court for the District of Wyoming will make it their mission to serve the Public, Bar and Court, to represent the District of Wyoming in a manner that will instill trust in the Judiciary, and to strive to provide quality, positive service, and assist in the timely and satisfactory disposition of issues brought before the court.