Information Technology Services

Courtroom Technology: e-Exhibits  All courtrooms in Austin and San Antonio, support the ability to display exhibits electronically.  Using a notebook computer it is possible to present multimedia presentations, images, or documents on the display monitors in the courtroom. Parties with cases being heard in the equipped courtrooms are encouraged to bring in their laptops to utilize this feature. Prior to court, contact the appropriate courtroom deputy, to ensure that your laptop or tablet is compatible with the system in the courtroom.  Click here to find out more about scheduling a test time and for further information.


Wireless Internet Access (Wi-Fi): The United States Bankruptcy Court for the Western District of Texas has updated the wireless internet access (Wi-Fi) in the courtrooms and now requires a password, which is located on the counsel tables in all of the courtrooms.

Based on your location, check for one of the following:

    San Antonio
    Judge Gargotta - SAGargottaBankruptcyWireless
    Judge King - SAKingBankruptcyWireless



    El Paso


Electronic Bankruptcy Noticing:  The U.S. Bankruptcy Courts offer the bankruptcy community Electronic Bankruptcy Noticing (EBN). EBN is a FREE service that allows court notices to be transmitted electronically, delivering them faster and more conveniently. Please click here for more information.


PACER (Public Access to Case Electronic Records): Public Access to Court Electronic Records (PACER) is an electronic public access service that allows users to obtain case and docket information from federal appellate, district and bankruptcy courts, and the PACER Case Locator via the Internet. PACER is provided by the Federal Judiciary in keeping with its commitment to providing public access to court information via a centralized service. Please click here for more information.


Multi-Court Voice Case Information System (McVCIS): McVCIS allows you to call the U. S. Bankruptcy Court's computer from any touch tone telephone and hear the following case information read to you by a computer-synthesized voice. Please click here for more information.


Digital Audio Files: As of May 5, 2014, we’ll be providing digital audio recordings of court proceedings via the PACER system.  In March 2010, the Judicial Conference approved the plan to make digital audio recordings available on PACER after a two year pilot project showed significant public interest in accessing these files.  Prior to the pilot, access was only possible by obtaining a CD recording from a court clerks office for $30. The new digital files will cost $2.40 to download. The presiding judge will determine which audio recordings will be posted on PACER.  Please click here for more information.