Judge Carol A. Doyle

Courtroom 742
Chambers: (312) 435-6010

Courtroom Deputy: (312) 435-5676

Everett McKinley Dirksen United States Courthouse
219 South Dearborn Street
Chambers 738
Chicago, IL 60604

Beginning October 13, 2020 , all of Judge Doyle’s court calls will be held via Zoom for Government in accordance with the Third Amended General Order 20-03. The meeting ID and passcode below will be used for all motion calls. This notice of motion must be used.
 
Meeting ID: 161 155 8289
Passcode: Doyle742
 
To join the ZoomGov Meeting:
-Join by website: https://www.zoomgov.com/join
-Join by phone: (669) 254-5252 or (646) 828-7666
 
RULES FOR JUDGE DOYLE’S ZOOM MOTION CALLS:
 
1. To join a hearing:
Through the Internet: You can participate by opening Zoom for Government https://www.zoomgov.com/join and entering Meeting ID 161 155 8289 and Passcode “Doyle742".

By Telephone: You can also participate by telephone only by calling: (669) 254-5252 or
(646) 828-7666
 
2. Log in with full first and last name:
-You don’t need a Zoom account to participate on line but you must type in your full first and last name before joining the meeting. Do not use initials for your first name, your firm name, your client’s name, or anyone else’s name.
-If your full first and last name does not appear, court staff will need to move you to a breakout room to adjust the way your name appears in Zoom. If you are invited to a breakout room by court staff when you enter the meeting, you must accept this invitation so that your name can be fixed. If you don’t accept the invitation to go to a breakout room, you will not be admitted to the hearing.
 
3. Waiting Room before entering hearing:
When you join the Zoom meeting, you will be placed in a waiting room. Court staff will admit you to the hearing if you have properly identified yourself with your full first and last name. You should join the meeting at least a few minutes before the hearing starts to give court staff enough time to admit you to the hearing.
 
4. Mute your Audio:
Place your audio on mute as soon as you enter the hearing and leave it on mute until your case is called to eliminate background noise. If you do not mute yourself and you interfere with the hearing, court staff may mute you or remove you from the hearing if you continue to disrupt the hearing.
 
5. Speaker Phones Prohibited:
You may NOT use a speaker phone when actively participating in a hearing. It causes feedback that disrupts the proceedings. If you are participating through the internet on a cell phone, you must use headphones, ear buds, or the equivalent, with a microphone.
 
6. Courtroom Rules apply:
Follow the rules that apply when appearing in person in a courtroom, including: -always state your name before speaking -do not interrupt others.
 

 

Staff Information

Eileen Mulrenin
Judicial Assistant
Carlos Patterson
Courtroom Deputy

Erica Wax
Law Clerk

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