The ALMD plans to allow Attorneys to e-file originating documents starting Monday, May 23.
This ALMD Attorney Toolkit is an online repository providing information, forms and other resources to assist you in practicing before our bar.
Individuals who are representing themselves are appearing pro se. This Latin phrase means "for oneself" or "on one's own behalf."
Welcome to jury service in the Alabama Middle District. We have included in this section some information to assist you during your term of service.
U.S. District Judges are nominated by the President, confirmed by the U.S. Senate, and are appointed for a life term. A U.S. Magistrate Judge is appointed to exercise jurisdiction over matters assigned by statute as well as those delegated by the district judges. Full-time magistrate judges serve for a renewable term of eight years and part-time magistrate judges for a renewable term of four years.
The United States District Court for the Middle District of Alabama is one of Alabama’s three judicial districts. The Alabama Middle District covers 23 counties in the central and southeastern parts of the state, and these 23 counties are further segmented into three divisions.