PART 3. APPENDIXES


I. FEE SCHEDULE (revisions effective 1/1/98)

II. JURY SELECTION PLAN, CRIMINAL JUSTICE ACT PLAN, AND PLAN FOR PROMPT DISPOSITION OF CRIMINAL CASES

III. RATE FOR COMPENSATION OF COUNSEL APPOINTED UNDER 21 U.S.C. 848(a)

IV. OUT-OF-COURT INTERPRETER RATE OF PAY - CJA Funds

V. TRANSCRIPT FEES

VI. GENERAL INFORMATION


APPENDIX I
DISTRICT COURT FEE SCHEDULE (Abbreviated Version)

*Effective1/1/98

The following filing and service fees shall be collected by the clerk of the court:

Civil $ 150.00
Habeas Corpus $ 5.00
Notice of Appeal (including joint notices) * $ 5.00
Docketing Fee * $ 100.00
Cross-Appeal * $ 5.00
  *( $105.00 total)
Filing and Indexing any paper not a case $ 20.00
Registration of Judgments $ 20.00
Petition to Perpetuate Testimony $ 20.00
Letters Rogatory $ 20.00
Letters of Request $ 20.00
Photocopy, per page. (does not include certification) $ .50
Requests for and certification of results of search $ 15.00
Abstract of judgment $ 15.00
Certification of any document (each certification) $ 5.00
Exemplifications .(3 in one certificate) $ 10.00
Attorney Admission $ 70.00
Duplicate certificate of admission $ 15.00
Certification that attorney is a member of this court $ 5.00
Pro Hac Vice $ 100.00
Retrieving record from Federal Records Center, National Archives,or other storage location removed from place of business of court $ 25.00
Check paid into court which is returned for lack of funds $ 25.00
Appeal to district judge from judgment of conviction by magistrate judge in misdemeanor case $ 25.00

NOTE: Any changes in fees will be printed in The Advocate or other periodicals published by the Idaho State Bar.

 

DISTRICT COURT FILING FEES
28 U.S.C. 1913

2 For docketing a case on appeal or review, or docketing any other proceeding, $100. A separate fee shall be paid by each party filing a notice of appeal in the district court, but parties filing a joint notice of appeal in the district court are required to pay only one fee. A docketing fee shall not be charged for the docketing of an application for the allowance of an interlocutory appeal under 28 U.S.C. 1291(b), unless the appeal is allowed.

28 U.S.C. 1914(a)

Parties instituting any civil action, suit or proceeding in such court, whether by original process, removal or otherwise, to pay a filing of $150 except that on application for a writ of habeas corpus the filing fee shall be $5.

 

28 U.S.C. 1917

3 The filing of any separate or joint notice of appeal or application for appeal or upon the receipt of any order allowing, or notice of the allowance of, an appeal or of a writ of certiorari $5 shall be paid to the clerk of the district court by the appellant or petitioner, pursuant to 28 U.S.C. 1917. (Cross-appeal is handled in the same manner with a $5 fee.)

 

District Court Miscellaneous Fee Schedule
Issued in Accordance with
28 U.S.C. 1914(b)

Following are fees to be charged for services to be performed by clerks of the district courts. No fees are to be charged for services rendered on behalf of the United States, with the exception of those specifically prescribed in items 2, 4, and 14. No fees under this schedule shall be charged to federal agencies or programs which are funded from judiciary appropriations, including, but not limited to, agencies, organizations, and individuals providing services authorized by the Criminal Justice Act, 18 U.S.C. 3006A, and Bankruptcy Administrator programs.

(1) For filing or indexing any paper not in a case or proceeding for which a case filing fee has not been paid, $20. This fee is applicable to the filing of a petition to perpetuate testimony, Rule 27(a), Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, the filing of papers by trustees under 28 U.S.C. 754, the filing of letters rogatory or letters of request, and registering of a judgment from another district pursuant to 28 U.S.C. 1963.

(2) For every search of the records of the district court conducted by the clerk of the district court or a deputy clerk, $15 per name or item searched. This fee shall apply to services rendered on behalf of the United States if the information requested is available through electronic access.

4 (3) For certification of any document or paper, whether the certification is made directly on the document or by separate instrument, $5. For exemplification of any document or paper, twice the amount of the fee for certification.

(4) For reproducing any record or paper, 50 cents per page. This fee shall apply to paper copies made from either: (1) original documents; or (2) microfiche or microfilm reproductions of the original records. This fee shall apply to services rendered on behalf of the United States if the record or paper requested is available through electronic access.

(5) For reproduction of magnetic tape records, either cassette or reel-to-reel, $15 including the cost of materials.

(6) REPEALED.

(7) For each microfiche sheet of film or microfilm jacket copy of any court record, where available $3.

(8) For retrieval of a record from a Federal Records Center, National Archives, or other storage location removed from the place of business of the court, $25.

(9) For a check paid into the court which is returned for lack of funds, $25.

(10) For an appeal to a district judge from a judgment of conviction by a magistrate in a misdemeanor case, $25.

5 (11) For original admission of attorneys to practice, $70 each, including a certificate of admission. For a duplicate certificate of admission or certificate of good standing, $15.

6 (12) The court may charge and collect fees, commensurate with the cost of printing, for copies of the local rules of court. The court may also distribute copies of the local rules without charge.

(13) The clerk shall assess a charge for the handling of registry funds, deposited with the court, to be assessed from interest earnings and in accordance with the detailed fee schedule issued by the Director of the Administrative Office of the United States Courts.

7 (14) For usage of electronic access to court data, 60 cents per minute of usage (provided the court may, for good cause, exempt persons or classes of persons from the fees in order to avoid unreasonable burdens and to promote public access to such information). All such fees collected shall be deposited to the Judiciary Automation Fund. This fee shall apply to the United States..

(15) For filing an action brought under Title III of the Cuban Liberty and Democratic Solidarity (LIBERTAD) Act of 1996, P.L. 104-114, 110 Stat. 785 (1996) $4180. (This fee is in addition to the filing fee prescribed in 28 U.S.C. 1914(a) for instituting any civil action other than a writ of habeas corpus.)

Footnotes:

2. $5 appeal fee plus $100 docketing fee (total $105) to be paid at time of the filing of the appeal.
3.
Plus $100.00 docketing fee (total $105) as in footnote # 2.
4. Exemplication Fee $10
5.
Original attorney admission fee is $70 and pro hac vice fee is $100, Pursuant to District of Idaho General Order No. 132 - effective 12/18/96. The $70 fee is administered as follows: $20 to Treasury of the United States; $30 into special Treasury Fund established under 28 U.S.C. 1931; $20 District of Idaho Non-Appropriated Fund. With a certification ($5) of the certificate of admission; and a duplicate certificate of admission or certificate of good standing ($15), plus attorney admission fee ($70) the total would be $90.
6. The District of Idaho does not charge for copies of Local Rules.
7. General Order # 85 signed 12/3/92 and updated on 9/17/97 by General Order #140.. The District of Idaho exempts all classes of persons from this fee to avoid unreasonable burdens and to promote public access to such information.


APPENDIX II

JURY SELECTION PLAN, CRIMINAL JUSTICE ACT PLAN, AND PLAN FOR PROMPT DISPOSITION OF CRIMINAL CASES

The District of Idaho has published and adopts as part of the Local Rules by reference, the Jury Selection Plan, Criminal Justice Act Plan, and the Plan for Prompt Disposition of Criminal Cases (Speedy Trial Act.)


APPENDIX III

RATE FOR COMPENSATION OF COUNSEL APPOINTED UNDER 21 U.S.C. 848(q)

The rate for compensation of counsel appointed pursuant to 21 U.S.C. 848(q) and 18 U.S.C. 3006A(a)(2)(B) shall be $100.00 per hour for time expended in-court and out-of-court. This rate shall apply only to the portion of the services claimed in the attorney compensation claim which were performed on or after April 1, 1990.


APPENDIX IV

OUT-OF-COURT INTERPRETER RATE OF PAY

The rate of pay for interpreters used for out-of-court time in connection with CJA appointments will be $14.00 per hour for certified interpreters and $12.50 per hour for non-certified interpreters. Interpreters will be allowed to include travel time to and from appointment in their hourly computation.

CJA Form 21, Authorization and Voucher for Expert and Other Services will be used to bill for interpreter services. All CJA Form 21's are to be approved by CJA attorney before submission to the Clerk's Office for approval and forwarding to Administrative Office for payment.


APPENDIX V

TRANSCRIPT FEES  

Document Type

Original

First Copy To Each Party

Additional Copies To Same Parties

Ordinary Transcripts - A transcript to be delivered within thirty calendar days after receipt of an order.

$ 3.00

$ .75

$ .50

Expedited Transcript - A transcript to be delivered within seven calendar days after receipt of an order.

$ 4.00

$ .75

$ .50

Daily Transcript - A transcript to be delivered following adjournment and prior to the normal opening hour of the court on the following morning whether or not it actually be a court day.

$ 5.00

$ 1.00

$ .75

Hourly Transcript - A transcript of proceedings ordered under unusual circumstances to be delivered within two hours.

$ 6.00

$1.00

$ .75

*Realtime Unedited Transcript
(including diskette) Effective June 1, 1996

$2.50

$1.00

$0.75

*Litigants who have ordered a realtime unedited transcript and subsequently order an original certified transcript of the same proceeding will receive a credit toward the purchase of the certified transcript equal to the purchase price of the realtime unedited transcript.
Per page rates for copies of a certified transcript subsequently ordered by a litigant who previously ordered a realtime unedited transcript of the same proceeding:
  First Copy
Each Party
Add"l Copy to
Same Party
 
Ordinary Transcript $0.75 $0.50  
Expedited Transcript $0.75 $0.50  
Daily Transcript $1.00 $0.75  
Hourly Transcript $1.00 $0.75  

NOTE: Any changes in fees will be printed in the annual desk book published by the Idaho State Bar.


APPENDIX VI

GENERAL INFORMATION
&
U. S. DISTRICT COURT DIRECTORY

CHIEF DISTRICT JUDGE B Lynn Winmill 334-9145
    FAX 334-9209
Secretary Terry Jarolimek 334-9145
Law Clerk David Metcalf 334-1891
Law Clerk Carol Mills 334-1891
Law Clerk Mark Echohawk  (Pocatello) 478-4111
Court Reporter Joe Roden 345-9611
In-Court Deputy LaDonna Garcia 334-9021

 

DISTRICT JUDGE Edward J Lodge 334-9270
    FAX 334-9229
Secretary Diane McCoy 334-9270
Law Clerk Nancy Baskin 334-9256
Law Clerk Tad Blank 334-9256
Law Clerk Vicky Elkin 334-9239
Death Penalty Law Clerk Victoria Loegering 334-9156
Court Reporter Margaret Satterfield 334-9271
In-Court Deputy Carol Vaughn 334-9022

 

CHIEF MAGISTRATE JUDGE Mikel H Williams 334-9330
    FAX 334-9215
Administrative Law Clerk Lisa Mesler 334-9330
Law Clerk Lori Flemming 334-9331
Pro Se Law Clerk Janis Dotson 334-1172
In-Court Deputy Anne L Lawron 334-9387

 

MAGISTRATE JUDGE Larry M Boyle 334-9010
    FAX 334-9215
Secretary Marianne Bowman 334-9010
Law Clerk Christine Salmi 334-9013
In-Court Deputy Lynette Case 334-9023

 

CUSTOMER SERVICE District Court 334-1361
  FAX - Clerk’s Office 334-9362
  VCIS Bankruptcy Court 334-9386
  Internet http://www.id.uscourts.gov

 

OFF-SITE VENDOR SERVICES Copies of Court Documents
Fax Filing
Kinko's 331-5100

 

ADMINISTRATIVE    
COURT EXECUTIVE/
CLERK OF COURT
Cameron S Burke
Customer Service
334-1361
  FAX 334-9362
CHIEF DEPUTY Sue Beitia 334-9464
ADMINISTRATIVE ANALYST Tom Murawski 334-9205
ADMINISTRATIVE ANALYST Ladora L Butler 334-9337
HUMAN RESOURCES Sharla Worthen 334-9423
BUDGET ANALYST Cecelia M Ashinhurst 334-1284
FINANCIAL - BANKRUPTCY Chris Tennant 334-9397
FINANCIAL - DISTRICT Clyde Anderson 334-9207
PROCUREMENT Kandie Clark 334-9398
ADR COORDINATOR/
ADMINISTRATIVE ANALYST
Le Parker 334-9208

 

INTAKE    
SUPERVISOR Jeanie Loera 334-1361
  Dana McWhood 334-1074
  Ron Haberman 334-1361
Amy Hickox 334-1074
Jill Ajir 334-1074

 

COURT SERVICES FAX 334-9033
SUPERVISOR Rod G Briggs 334-9327

 

DISTRICT COURT DOCKET DEPUTIES FAX 334-9033
Southern/Eastern Criminal / CJA/
Death Penalty Coordinator
Suzi Butler 334-1992
Northern Criminal/
Northern & Eastern Civil
Darlene Hand 334-1976
Southern Civil Wendy Messuri 334-1976
Appeals Bob Raeder 334-1178

 

SYSTEMS FAX 334-9033
SUPERVISOR Doug Ward 334-9097
  Maria Richardson 334-9342
  Matt Groover 334-9716
  Kathy Stutzman 334-9716
  Clay Hansen 334-9427
  Gary Stallones 334-9427

 

ELECTRONIC SOUND RECORDER (ESR) Vickie Jones 334-1595
  Barbara Keck 334-1595
Velene Nelson 334-1595

JURY ADMINISTRATOR

Joanne Cook

334-1493

 

DIVISIONAL OFFICES

COEUR d’ALENE, ID 83814 205 N 4th St - Rm 202 664-4925
Deputy-In-Charge Jerry Parker FAX 765-0270
  Sherri O’Larey  

 

MOSCOW, ID 83843 220 E 5th St - Rm 304 882-7612     FAX 883-1576
  Nancy Persinger  

 

POCATELLO, ID 83201 801 E. Sherman - Rm 119     FAX 478-4106
Deputy-In-Charge Diane Hutchinson 478-4144
  Tammy Johnson  478-4120
  Ronda Buck  478-4114
Cathy Somsen  478-4131
  Dana Storrier  478-4141
  Tami Williams  478-4121
Pam Fulwyler  478-4123

 


APPENDIX VII

U.S. District & Bankruptcy Court
District of Idaho

Electronic Information Services

There are several methods for gaining access to the court's electronic information. All of these access methods are fairly simple and completely free. The first service is Voice Case Information System (VCIS) which allows any caller with a touch-tone telephone to access basic bankruptcy information. The second service is called PACER, an acronym that means Public Access to Court's Electronic Records. This system allows the caller access to case information, docket reports and claims registers. The third method of accessing the court's electronic information is the court’s Internet web site at http://www.id.uscourts.gov. This is a public system where any interested party can obtain certain decisions, opinions, fee changes, local rules and any other court notices. Many court documents such as local rules, general orders and federal rules are located here. Bankruptcy cases and many of their documents are also on this site, with District court cases and their documents expected by fall of 1997. All of these systems are available virtually around the clock, 365 days a year.

 

Voice Case Information System

The telephone number for VCIS is (208) 334-9386. A caller can search through five cases per call, entering case number or the name of the participant using the letters above the keypad on the telephone. The system will read from the court's live database and include case number, filing date, chapter, names of attorney, trustee and judge, closing and discharge dates, status of the case, date and time of 341 meeting, and a phone number to call for more information. Finally, at the end of the call the caller can transfer to an operator during business hours for more information.

 

Public Access to Electronic Records

The PACER, an acronym that stands for "Public Access to Courts Electronic Records". All information previously found on PACER is now available through our website at htttp://www.id.uscourts.gov. As a result, PACER has been disconnected so new accounts are not being accepted

 

Idaho Federal Court’s World Wide Web Site on the Internet

The District of Idaho has an Internet site on the World Wide Web at http://www.id.uscourts.gov. This site serves as a repository of court documents, legal links and even case query capabilities. You can currently query a Bankruptcy case and retrieve all the basic case information, including the docket, aliases, related adversaries and even the claims register. Many cases are even imaged and those document images are available at this site. District Court query and related images are currently under development and will be available by early fall of 1997, as well as select opinions and decisions. There is no special registration required and this service is completely free.

The court documents included on this site include local rules (complete with links to the federal rules), general orders and a wealth of pro se information. This site also has court calendars and a considerable library of forms, including all the Bankruptcy forms with instructions. Various legal links are available here, including links to Circuit Appellate Courts and Supreme Court decisions.

 

Public Terminals in Clerk’s Offices

Terminals are located in the Boise, Coeur d’Alene and Moscow Intake Offices. Terminals connected to the court's live database can provide up to the minute information in the Boise intake offices. Simple instructions accompany each terminal. These terminals will also access the document images for those cases that have been imaged.

Local Rules in Electronic Format

All local rules are available. Access to the District of Idaho Homepage is (http://www.id.uscourts.gov ) Local Rules can be copied from WordPerfect 6.1 onto a diskette, free of charge, if you do not have access to the Internet. Please bring a 3.5" high density double-sided floppy diskette (formatted for IBM compatible systems) to the U.S. Courthouse at 550 West Fort St., Room 400. You can also send a 3.5" floppy diskette with a return addressed, postage paid floppy mailer to the U.S. Courts, Attn: Ladora Butler, U.S. Courthouse, MSC 042, Boise, ID 83724. By receiving the rules in this manner you can print them in any manner you wish, leave them on-line on your own computer system or even make notes on them. They will be provided in an IBM WordPerfect format. Macintosh users can retrieve this file directly into WordPerfect 2.0 for the Mac. ASCII text versions of the local rules will not be available due to reported problems converting footnotes to ASCII.