The sentencing memorandum is not a sealed document; however, the document and the docket entry will only be accessible by the parties within the case and at the Clerk’s Office public terminal.
To file a sentencing memorandum, click Criminal on the top menu bar, then click Other Documents and select Sentencing Memorandum.
If the sentencing memorandum and/or attachments contain sensitive material such as cooperation, psychological evaluation, or a presentence investigation report, the filer should request that the sentencing memorandum and/or the attachments be filed under seal.
If you would like the Sentencing Memorandum to be sealed, refer to Sealed Criminal Documents.
After filing the Sentencing Memorandum in CM/ECF, counsel must send a paper copy of the Sentencing Memorandum to the Clerk’s Office, who will forward it to Chambers. Counsel must send the Sentencing Memorandum regardless of the number of pages.