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The Fergus Falls Office will be closed Friday, May 26th. For immediate assistance, please contact the St. Paul Office at 651-848-1100.

The U.S. District Court for the District of Minnesota is accepting applications for the position of Procurement Services Technician. Information about the job can be found on the Employment web page.

The U.S. District Court for the District of Minnesota is accepting applications for the position of Clerk of Court. Information about the job can be found on the Employment web page.

Judge Donovan Frank and his advocacy for people with disabilities and Karen Loven, a self-advocate with an intellectual disability who serves on CLE panels, were recently featured on WCCO-TV's "Life to the Max" show that highlights stories of perseverance, tenacity and winning attitudes. Judge Frank serves as an advocate for people with disabilities and that everyone deserves to be treated with dignity and respect. Click here to watch the video.

The U.S. District Court for the District of Minnesota is accepting applications for the position of Procurement Specialist. Information about the job can be found on the Employment web page.

The United States District Court for the District of Minnesota has approved several amendments to the Court's Local Rules to take effect April 1, 2017. Please click on the links to read the public notice for a brief summary of the amendments, to see amended LR 7.1, LR 26.1, LR 49.1, LR 67.1, LR 67.2, and LR 83.2, the new Registry Deposit Information Form, the revised Withdrawal Payee Information Form, and the revised Stipulation for Protective Order Form.

On March 31, 2017, the Jury Office will be mailing postcards asking prospective jurors to complete their jury qualification questionnaires online in order for the court to develop its 2017-2019 Jury Wheel.

To access eJuror to complete your qualification questionnaire online, click on the link. For more information on the jury qualification questionnaire process, including a sample postcard and frequently asked questions, click on the links.

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