HOW ELECTRONIC FILING AND SERVICE WILL WORK DURING THE CRIMINAL ROLLOUT SCHEDULE
In October 2014, Judicial began rolling out criminal e-filing in the 10th Judicial District. Criminal e-filing will support District Court Criminal (Felony), Juvenile Delinquency, Misdemeanors and Traffic cases (CR, JD, M and T). Click here to view the criminal e-filing planned rollout schedule.
During the pilot of criminal e-filing, registered users will only be able to access and file into cases for locations that have been made available based on the rollout schedule. For those court locations that do not yet have e-filing, access and filing into cases will continue to work as they have in the past.
The decision to make criminal e-filing mandatory will be made by the chief judge in each Judicial District. Each jurisdiction will also decide how many documents from cases started prior to criminal e-filing will be scanned, uploaded, and made available within the E-Filing system.
Training: We encourage all organizations to take advantage of training if they are new to e-filing. Click here to register for training.