United States District Court, Northern District of Florida

Gainesville Division

Gainesville Courthouse

United States Courthouse
401 SE First Ave. Rm 243
Gainesville, FL 32601


Monday-Friday, 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM ET, except on holidays.



Senior District Judge S. Mickle
(352) 380-2742
Senior District Judge M. Paul
(352) 380-2415
Magistrate Judge G. Jones
(352) 380-2746

Clerk's Office

Clerk of Court - Jessica J. Lyublanovits (352) 380-2400
Front Desk (352) 380-2400
Fax Number (352) 380-2424

Jury Administration

Juror Information (866) 560-4756
Jury Clerk (850) 521-3705
Fax Number (850) 521-3677


Court Security - Front Desk
(352) 380-0882
Federal Public Defender
(352) 373-5823
U.S. Attorney's Office
(352) 378-0996
U.S. Bankruptcy Clerk's Office (Tallahassee)
(866) 639-4615
U.S. Marshals Service
(352) 378-2082
U.S. Probation Office
(352) 380-2425


Alachua County Circuit Court
(352) 374-3636
Bay County Circuit Court
(850) 763-9061
Escambia County Circuit Court
(850) 595-4310
First District Court of Appeals
(850) 488-6151
Florida Supreme Court
(850) 488-0125
Leon County Circuit Court
(850) 577-4000
The Florida Bar
(850) 561-5600


From I-75 North or South: Leave I-75 at exit 387 (FL State Rd 26). Take SR 26(Newberry Road/W. University Avenue) east approx. 6.5 miles. Traveling East on University Avenue, turn right on SE 3rd Street. Proceed one block. Turn left on SE 1st Avenue. The Federal Building is on the right.


Map to Gainesville Courthouse


Although parking spaces are available directly in front of the courthouse, parking is limited to 30 minutes, and is enforced. Expenses associated with vehicle towing and the issuance of tickets for illegal parking will not be reimbursed by the court.

Parking is available in the Gainesville Downtown Parking garage at 220 SE 2nd Ave. Traveling east on University Ave. turn right on SE 1st St. Proceed two blocks, turn right at SE 2nd Ave. The entrance to the parking garage is on the right.

Note to Jurors: At the entrance to the garage, a sign is posted that says "NO JURORS." IGNORE the sign as it pertains to state court jurors only. You may take your parking ticket to the clerk for validation.

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