Welcome

Welcome to the official website for the United States District Court for the Middle District of Georgia. The U.S. District Court is comprised of five divisions encompassing seventy counties in the state of Georgia with offices in Athens, Albany, Columbus, Macon, and Valdosta.

Court Locations

475 Mulberry Street
Macon, GA 31202

(478) 752-3497

201 West Broad Avenue
Albany, Georgia 31701

(229) 430-8432

115 East Hancock Avenue
Athens, Georgia 30601

(706) 227-1094

120 12th Street
Columbus, GA 31902

(706) 649-7816

401 North Patterson Street
Valdosta, GA 31601

(229) 242-3616

News & Announcements

Attention Counsel and Parties:

The US District Court, Middle District of Georgia, will be performing maintenance on the CM/ECF system between Friday, May 29 6:00 PM and Sunday, May 31 6:00 AM. The system will be unavailable between these times.

Thank you for your patience while we work to improve our filing system. Please contact our office if you have any concerns or experience any problems.

The judges of the United States District Court for the Middle District of Georgia are proposing amendments to the court’s local rules. A copy of the proposed amendments is attached to this notice and is also available at each Office of the Clerk in the Middle District of Georgia. The court is soliciting public comment on these proposed changes and asks that all comments be sent to the headquarter’s office of the Clerk of Court at Post Office Box 128, Macon, Georgia 31202 or be emailed to the following email address: rulecomments@gamd.uscourts.gov. All comments must be received no later than close of business on May 22, 2015.

PDF   Proposed Changes to Local Rules

All visitors to the courthouses in the Middle District of Georgia will be screened for security purposes. Brief cases, purses, packages, and the like will be x-rayed; no weapons of any kind, cameras, or recording devices are allowed in the courthouses.

PDF  Complete Policy Regarding Electonic Devices

Be advised that there has been a recent rise in inappropriate attempts to obtain personal identifiers by individuals utilizing emails that appear to be connected to jury service in the federal district court.

PDF Click here for more information