|Bend||OR||97701||Oregon Probation Office||Deschutes Business Center 20370 Empire Avenue, Room C-1 Bend OR 97701-5708||www.orp.uscourts.gov||541-385-4937|
|Eugene||OR||97401||Oregon District Court||Wayne Lyman Morse United States Courthouse 405 East Eighth Avenue, Room 2100 Eugene OR 97401-2705||ord.uscourts.gov||541-431-4100|
|Eugene||OR||97401||Oregon Probation Office||Wayne Lyman Morse United States Courthouse 405 East Eighth Avenue, Room 1000 Eugene OR 97401-2705||www.orp.uscourts.gov||541-431-4060|
|Eugene||OR||97401||Oregon Bankruptcy Court||Wayne Lyman Morse United States Courthouse 405 East Eighth Avenue, Suite 2600 Eugene OR 97401-2705||www.orb.uscourts.gov||541-431-4000|
|Eugene||OR||97401||Oregon Pretrial Services||Wayne Lyman Morse United States Courthouse 405 East Eighth Avenue, Room 1800 Eugene OR 97401-2705||541-431-4080|
|Eugene||OR||97401||Oregon Federal Public Defender||859 Willamette Street, Room 200 Eugene OR 97401||or.fd.org||541-465-6937|
|Medford||OR||97501||Oregon Probation Office||James A. Redden United States Courthouse 310 West Sixth Street, Room 323 Medford OR 97501-2766||www.orp.uscourts.gov||541-608-8780|
|Medford||OR||97501||Oregon District Court||James A. Redden United States Courthouse 310 West Sixth Street, Room 201 Medford OR 97501-2766||ord.uscourts.gov||541-608-8777|
|Medford||OR||97501||Oregon Pretrial Services||James A. Redden United States Courthouse 310 West Sixth Street, Room 106 Medford OR 97501-2766||541-608-8766|
|Medford||OR||97501||Oregon Federal Public Defender||15 Newtown Road Medford OR 97501||or.fd.org||541-776-3630|
|Portland||OR||97204||Oregon Federal Public Defender||One Main Place 101 Southwest Main Street, Room 1700 Portland OR 97204-3228||or.fd.org||503-326-2123|
|Portland||OR||97204||Oregon Pretrial Services||Mark O. Hatfield United States Courthouse 1000 Southwest Third Avenue, Room 440 Portland OR 97204-2802||503-326-8500|
|Portland||OR||97204||Ninth Circuit Bankruptcy Appellate Panel||Congress Center 1001 Southwest Fifth Avenue, 7th Floor Portland OR 97204-1145||www.ca9.uscourts.gov||503-326-1538|
|Portland||OR||97204||Oregon Probation Office||Mark O. Hatfield United States Courthouse 1000 Southwest Third Avenue, Room 340 Portland OR 97204-2802||www.orp.uscourts.gov||503-326-8600|
|Portland||OR||97204||Oregon Bankruptcy Court||Congress Center 1001 Southwest Fifth Avenue, Suite 700 Portland OR 97204-1145||www.orb.uscourts.gov||503-326-1500|
|Portland||OR||97204||Oregon District Court||Mark O. Hatfield United States Courthouse 1000 Southwest Third Avenue, Room 740 Portland OR 97204-2802||ord.uscourts.gov||503-326-8008|
|Portland||OR||97204||Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals Clerk||Pioneer Courthouse 700 S.W. Sixth Avenue, 1st Floor Portland OR 97204||www.ca9.uscourts.gov||503-833-5311|
|Portland||OR||97204||Ninth Circuit Librarian||Mark O. Hatfield United States Courthouse 1000 Southwest Third Avenue, Room 7A40 Portland OR 97204-2802||www.lb9.uscourts.gov||503-326-8140|
|Salem||OR||97301||Oregon Probation Office||The Equitable Center 530 Center Street NE, Suite 406 Salem OR 97301-3772||www.orp.uscourts.gov||503-399-5715|
Oregon Federal Courts – Locations, Phone Numbers, Hours
The federal court systems present in the state of Oregon are what Oregon federal courts refer to i.e. the U.S District Court for the District of Oregon. State federal courts in Oregon are divided into four divisional offices. One divisional court is for Portland, another for Eugene, a third for Medford and the fourth for Pendleton.
You can visit the clerk’s office at either of the aforementioned divisional courts and request the case or docket information you require. Making the request in writing is necessary. Also, you can access paper files, documents, and dockets on the clerk’s computer free of charge. For some people, requesting Oregon federal courts in person is inconvenient. Keeping this in mind, the federal judiciary offers an online PACER system.
What is the PACER system? PACER is an internet based public access service which provides users with case and docket information. Through this system, you can view and download the Oregon federal courts information you need including orders, exhibits, pleadings, and transcripts. Using this system, you can search multiple courts at the same time. Furthermore, you can download a hyperlinked document. Although PACER is a convenient way to obtain court information, there are some limitations to it.
First and foremost, searches are somewhat limited in the online PACER system i.e. you don’t get the full case text. Secondly, the system covers post 1980’s cases. If you require Oregon federal court records related to court cases prior to that time then you’ll need to contact the court’s clerk’s office in person and ask for help.
Obtaining Oregon federal court records isn’t difficult by any stretch of the imagination. In fact, it’s one of the easiest things to do. However, you must know the right ways of obtaining Oregon federal court records and decide which way is better for you: online or in person.