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CM/ECF SCANNING: Please set your scanner settings to 300dpi if you are scanning documents for CM/ECF. This is a new request from our offices in Washington D.C. Thank you for your assistance.
To e-pay your pro hac vice filing fee by credit card, file your motion and then do the following:
If you are new to CM/ECF or PACER in Wyoming, here are some links and tips to help you get started. Please keep in mind that there are several document links listed below and you might want to revisit this page frequently to make sure you have the latest version.
There are two acronyms to know:
Please note, there are some minimum hardware and software requirements your computer must have in order to file with our Court.
Once you know your system has the minimum requirements, please call to schedule training with our Casper or Cheyenne offices. You can simply: call the Help Desk number at 307/433-2120 or 307/232-2620 to arrange free 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. Casper will continue to train new users as the need dictates. New users should call our office to reserve a seat.)
Once you have been trained by our Court and have obtained your account and are ready to file, you may need a refresher from the Procedures Manual (updated 8/2012) or could use some tips we have found to be helpful to others. All filing attorneys should also keep our checklist handy to assist them in filing in District Court.
If you were trained in electronic filing some time ago but need to review the steps, you can always visit the U.S. Courts' CBT (computer based training) site to get in a little practice.
The PACER Service Center has some Frequently Asked Questions you might want to check out. Always remember, we have those Help Desk numbers listed above to help you out.
RULES and REGULATIONS
Since we are the Federal Court system, we have rules and regulations. Please take a look at them below. You were probably warned about them during training.
Two of the most important notices came down from Congress.