Criminal Case No. 1:24-cr-00014
USA vs Julian Paul Assange

 

UPDATED: 06/28/2024 | 8:13 AM ChST

Case information for journalists and interested members of the public about USA vs. Julian Paul Assange, Criminal Case No. 1:24-cr-00014.

  • Case records are available to the public online through the PACER (Public Access to Court Electronic Records) system.

    • The audio recording, as the official record of the hearing on June 26, 2024, is now available on PACER.

    • The audio recordings of the hearing available on the court’s docket are part of the public record and are not copyrighted. Permission to redistribute or republish is not required.

  • Judges and court employees will not comment on individual cases. Inquiries should be directed to the attorneys in the case whose names may be obtained from the case record.

  • The matter has been set for public hearing on June 26, 2024, at 9:00 a.m. ChST.  Subject to courtroom capacity, members of the media and public may attend.

  • Overflow room:  A live video feed of the hearing on June 26, 2024, at 9:00 a.m. ChST will be offered in the Jury Assembly Room on the first floor of the courthouse.  This room will be primarily reserved for members of the media with credentials.

  • Broadcasting of judicial proceedings from the courtroom is prohibited by Fed. R. Crim. P. 53. There will be no public audio or video streaming of any court proceedings in this case.

  • Cameras, video equipment, photographs, and recordings (audio and video) are prohibited within the courthouse unless authorized by a judicial officer. LR 83.2

  • Electronic devices, such as lap top computers and mobile phones, are allowed in the courthouse but may not be used to take photographs, videos, or audio recordings unless authorized by a judicial officer. LR 83.2

  • Violation of LR 83.2 may constitute contempt of court punishable by incarceration and the imposition of fines, costs, and attorney fees.

  • FOR THE MEDIA

    In accordance with the Court’s order (ECF No. 7):

“After the conclusion of all proceedings in the courtroom, the Jury Assembly Room on the first floor will be made available as a “press room” for logistical support services to all news organizations and to allow for any press conference by either party. . . members of the media may enter the courthouse with cameras and or audio-and video equipment for use only at any post-hearing press conference by the parties in the Jury Assembly Room on the first floor. Photographs and recordings (audio and video) are prohibited in all other public areas in the courthouse at any other time. Any violation of these rules and this order may subject the violator to contempt proceedings and the imposition of a fine.”

The court is committed to facilitating access to court dockets, documents, and proceedings in this case and expects that this web page will provide all necessary information. Other questions may be emailed to media@nmid.uscourts.gov.



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