The file stamped copies serve as what would have been conformed copies when filing in paper. After you have uploaded your documents, and submitted your filing. The court will process your submission.
Category: Electronic Filing
For orders (or any other document that requires a Judge or Clerk’s signature), the court processes these documents in the following manner:
For filers using fillable PDFs, you must lock or flatten the PDF document after completing the form fields.
A common reason filing clerks reject filings is due to filers not adding the Court Reporter Fee in the Optional Services section of the filing.
If you qualify for a waiver of fees for your case, you will need to create a Waiver Payment Account to use as your payment method. Once you do that, anytime you file on that case, you can select it to indicate to the court the filing fees should be waived.
When e-Filing a document, you may indicate that it is signed by the attorney using an electronic signature in place of a scan. This can help save you time as it avoids the need to print out a document, sign it, and then scan it again to e-File.
Users may bookmark PDF documents with Adobe Acrobat for any document that contains an index; including appendices and exhibits in support of writ petitions.
Whether users convert a document to a PDF from another file or create it as a PDF, the content may not be automatically text-searchable.
On rare occasions, a user may select service contacts that no longer exist in the Court’s electronic filing manager (EFM).
When Filing on an Existing case, if the user experiences data oddities in the displayed case information, often times, refreshing the court case information resolves the issues.