Name Phone Number License Plate VIN
Name Phone Number License Plate VIN


City State Zip Court Name Address Url Phone
Bangor ME 04401-4901 Maine Bankruptcy Court Margaret Chase Smith Federal Building 202 Harlow Street, 3rd Floor Bangor ME 04401-4901 207-945-0348
Portland ME 04101-3306 Maine Bankruptcy Court J.B. Brown Block 537 Congress Street, 2nd Floor Portland ME 04101-3306 207-780-3482
Bangor ME 04401-4901 Maine District Court Margaret Chase Smith Federal Building 202 Harlow Street Bangor ME 04401-4901 207-945-0575
Portland ME 04101-4152 Maine District Court Edward T. Gignoux Federal Courthouse 156 Federal Street Portland ME 04101-4152 207-780-3356
Bangor ME 04401-4901 Maine Prob/Pretrial Office Margaret Chase Smith Federal Building 202 Harlow Street, Room 209 Bangor ME 04401-4901 207-945-0369
Portland ME 04101-3547 Maine Prob/Pretrial Office Post Office Square 400 Congress Street, 5th Floor Portland ME 04101-3547 207-780-3358
Portland ME 4101 Maine Federal Public Defender One City Center, 2nd Floor Portland ME 04101 N/A 207-553-7070
Bangor ME 4401 Maine Federal Public Defender Key Plaza 23 Water Street, Suite 206 Bangor ME 04401 N/A 207-992-4111

Maine Federal Courts – Locations, Phone Numbers, Hours

The Maine Federal Courts are one of the original 13 district courts that were established back in 1789. At the time Maine was not even a separate state, it was a part of Massachusetts. The court’s headquarters are in Portland, with a second courthouse located in Bangor.

In the federal court, it is the United States Attorney for the District of Maine who represents all civil and criminal litigation in front of the court. There are seven courthouses in the federal court system of Maine.

If you are planning on making your way to one of the locations for a task, make sure that you first look up their official site. Many of the tasks are now made accessible online so that the residents of Maine don’t have to trouble themselves with long courthouse queues and the extra effort and resources it takes to get to these locations.

For instance, anyone can file their case through their electronic registration system. If you are confused about what is required for the entire process, they have a page called Help Desk and one dedicated to Frequently Asked Questions. For ongoing cases you can access information on the jury trial, make use of the electronic evidence presenter, and even request old transcripts.

But if you are only looking for basic information on the administrative process and the scheduled proceedings, there is a list of information for this as well. You can acquaint yourself with court ceremonies, court history, and even the easiest route to your nearest courthouse location.

Attorneys will find the site just as useful as well. You can sign up for the bar on Attorney Admissions page, use the wireless access plan, and review the attorney admission fund plan if you like.

Maine Federal Courts
Maine Federal Courts

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