|Fargo||ND||58102||Eighth Circuit Librarian||Quentin N. Burdick United States Courthouse 655 First Avenue North, Room 310 Fargo ND 58102||http://www.ca8.uscourts.gov||701-297-7280|
|Fargo||ND||58102||North Dakota Bankruptcy Court||Quentin N. Burdick United States Courthouse 655 First Avenue North, Suite 210 Fargo ND 58102||http://www.ndb.uscourts.gov||701-297-7100|
|Bismarck||ND||58501||North Dakota District Court||Federal Building and United States Courthouse 220 East Rosser Avenue, Room 476 Bismarck ND 58501||http://www.ndd.uscourts.gov||701-530-2300|
|Fargo||ND||58102||North Dakota District Court||Quentin N. Burdick United States Courthouse 655 First Avenue North, Room 130 Fargo ND 58102||http://www.ndd.uscourts.gov||701-297-7000|
|Belcourt||ND||58316||North Dakota Prob/Pretrial Office||916 Chief Little Shell St. Belcourt ND 58316||N/A||701-477-5247|
|Bismarck||ND||58501||North Dakota Prob/Pretrial Office||Federal Building and United States Courthouse 220 East Rosser Avenue, Room 154 Bismarck ND 58501||N/A||701-530-2400|
|Devils Lake||ND||58301||North Dakota Prob/Pretrial Office||314 Walnut Street West Devils Lake ND 58301||N/A||701-662-2329|
|Fargo||ND||58102||North Dakota Prob/Pretrial Office||Quentin N. Burdick United States Courthouse 655 First Avenue North, Suite 370 Fargo ND 58102||N/A||701-297-7200|
|Grand Forks||ND||58201||North Dakota Prob/Pretrial Office||Ronald N. Davies Federal Building and United States Courthouse 102 North Fourth Street, Suite 308 Grand Forks ND 58201||N/A||701-746-0259|
|Minot||ND||58701||North Dakota Prob/Pretrial Office||Federal Building 100 First Street, S.W., Room 312 Minot ND 58701||N/A||701-839-7960|
|Parshall||ND||58770||North Dakota Prob/Pretrial Office||Municipal Hall 27 North Main Street, level main Parshall ND 58770||N/A||701-862-2470|
|Fargo||ND||58102||North & South Dakota Federal Public Defender||Federal Square Building 112 Roberts Street North, Suite 202 Fargo ND 58102||N/A||701-239-5111|
|Bismarck||ND||58501||North & South Dakota Federal Public Defender||Federal Plaza 324 North Third Street, Suite 1 Bismarck ND 58501||N/A||701-250-4500|
North Dakota Federal Courts – Locations, Hours, Phone Numbers
North Dakota Federal Courts refers to the federal courts present in the state of North Dakota. Currently, there are four federal courts in the state of North Dakota including:
- William L. Guy Federal Building in Bismarck
- Quentin N. Burdick U.S. Courthouse in Fargo
- Ronald N. Davies Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse in Grand Forks
- Bruce M. Van Sickle Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse in Minot
A number of patent and commercial disputes have been heard and tried in these courts. Information related to civil as well as criminal cases can be obtained from the North Dakota Federal Courts. This can either be done online or in person.
If you desire to obtain the information you need in person then you visit the North Dakota Federal Courts. On the other hand, if you want to access the information online then you can use either the North Dakota Federal Court website or the PACER system to view and download filings. An electronic public access service, PACER allows users to obtain information related to case and docket via the internet.
In order to ensure public access to Court information, the federal judiciary provides the PACER system. The information you can obtain includes all the orders, exhibits, pleading and transcripts related to a case. However, generally the public doesn’t have access to transcripts. In case one of the litigants has appealed the case, they’ll request the Courts for a transcript. The transcript may appear in the court docket afterwards. If you want to find out whether a transcript is available, contacting the clerk’s office and asking for help is the best thing to do.
Except for sealed cases, you can get complete access to federal courts through the PACER system. Unless someone forgot to update a schedule or enter something, you can get access to anything and everything you need through this system. Whether you’re looking for criminal or civil case files, you’ll find them on this online system. North Dakota Federal Court information is available to you. How you get it (online or in person) is up to you.