Albert V. Bryan U.S. Courthouse
Hours of Operation
Courthouse is open:
Clerk's Office is open:
For those that wish to minimize interactions, a public drop box is available during hours when the courthouse is open. Federal employees with building access may use the drop box during the evening or weekend hours as well. Clerk’s Office staff retrieve documents from the drop boxes at 9:00 AM each day that the Court is open.
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Visitors enter the courthouse through the building's main entrance on Courthouse Square. You will be required to walk through a magnetometer and your bags will be screened by an x-ray machine. You will be required to show a photo ID issued by a government agency, such as a driver's license.
Members of the public are prohibited from bringing cell phones, Apple watches, ear buds, pagers, PDAs, laptop computers, cameras, tape recorders, and all other personal electronic devices into the courthouse. On September 15, 2005, the U.S. Marshals Service ended its practice of storing cell phones and other electronic devices that visitors bring to the U.S. District Courthouse in Alexandria. You will be unable to enter the building if you bring these devices.
Attorneys who require laptops for their courtroom presentations must receive prior approval from the judge.
Court Access Coordinator
This Public Notice lists the designated Court Access Coordinators in each divisional office. Access Coordinators are responsible for coordinating appropriate auxiliary aids and services to participants (not spectators) in court proceedings with communication disabilities.
401 Courthouse Square
Alexandria, VA 22314