MORE RECENT REPORTS OF JURY SCAMS - Citizens continue to receive calls instructing them to pay money to avoid arrest for failing to respond to jury summonses. THESE CALLS ARE HOAXES. Court officials and law enforcement officials will never demand payment over the phone or via email. Scammers may use the names of real law enforcement officials, court officials, and federal judges to make their calls sound legitimate. Additionally, scammers may mask their phone numbers so that the name or number on your caller ID appears to be coming from a court or law enforcement agency. Contact your local U.S. district clerk's office if you have been contacted by anyone demanding payment for failing to respond to a federal jury summons.
Welcome to the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas. This website is intended to provide support for attorneys, jurors, litigants, the media, and the general public. Public notices are routinely posted under the Notices heading below. Court directories provide information on each location of holding court in the Northern District of Texas. In addition to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure, the court’s Local Rules govern the conduct of all actions filed in this court.
Customer service is a top priority for the U.S. District Clerk’s Office. In addition to the resources available on this website, court users may call or stop in at a court to obtain assistance from court staff. Deputy clerks cannot give legal advice, but they can answer general questions about how the court works, explain procedures, and provide copies of blank forms and documents in court files.
We hope that this website is helpful and welcome your feedback.
Clerk of Court