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  • February 19, 2014: FDP Announces Release of Annual Report. On February 13, 2014, the Foreclosure Diversion Program submitted its annual report to the Joint Standing Committee on Insurance and Financial Affairs and the Joint Standing Committee on Judiciary of the 126th Maine Legislature. The report provides information about the performance of the Foreclosure Diversion Program, including statistical data, covering calendar year 2013 (January 1, 2013 to December 31, 2013). No legislative changes were requested. The Foreclosure Diversion Program Manager can be reached by email at to answer any questions.
  • January 11, 2014: MEDIA ADVISORY. An email scam alleging "illegal software use"has been reported in other states that says recipients are expected or ordered to appear in an unspecified state court. Anyone receiving such an email in Maine should not open any attachments or click on links in the emails. A notice about upcoming court appearances in Maine would not be given to state residents in this manner. In other states, these emails have impersonated the domain names of well known national law firms and may contain an attachment, supposedly a court notice or summons, or may contain a link to a website. Some reports say that the attachment or link may download a virus onto the user's computer or device. Maine people should know that they are never summonsed to court via an email.
  • The Media and Courts Committee will meet on Thursday, December 12, 2013 at 10:00 a.m. at the Cumberland County Courthouse in the Feeney Conference Room. FMI:

Cameras and Audio Recording in Courtrooms

Information about cameras and audio recording equipment is available in Administrative Order JB-05-15 ( A. 9-11).

Media Notification -- Requested Coverage of Court Proceedings (Fillable PDF)

This is a new form to be used by members of the media who are requesting media coverage in District or Superior court proceedings. All forms should be submitted to the Clerk of Court office that is handling the case. In order to open the form, you will need the a current version Adobe Reader. You may download the free version of Adobe Reader at

Media Contacts

Members of the media who require further assistance can contact Mary Ann Lynch, Director of Court Information. Ms. Lynch may be reached at (207) 592-5940 or via email