Electronic filing is the filing of an electronic document in lieu of a paper original and any required paper copies with the reviewing court.
Pursuant to California Rules of Court, Rule 8.70 and Misc. Order 13-1, the First District Court of Appeal requires the following documents be filed electronically in lieu of submission of any paper copies:
The information contained in the table below is provided FOR REFERENCE ONLY. For the purposes of an Electronic Document, the term "document" applies only to:
|Civil Case Information Statement||APP-004|
|Certificate of Interested Entities or Persons||APP-008|
|First Application for Extension of Time (Civil Case)||APP-006|
|Stipulation for Extension of Time (Civil Case) under CRC, rules 8.212 and 8.77||N/A|
|First Application for Extension of Time (Criminal Case)||N/A|
|First Application for Extension of Time (Juvenile Case)||N/A|
|Notice of Change of Address||MC-040|
|Substitution / Association of Attorney (Civil Case)||MC-050|
|Request for Oral Argument|
|Service Copy of Omissions Letter to Superior Court under CRC, rules 8.155(b) (Civil) or 8.340 (Criminal)||N/A|
|Conservatorship of Ben C. Brief||N/A|
|In re Phoenix Brief||N/A|
Not included are writ petitions, appendices, exhibits, or other documents.
Electronic submission is the submission of an electronic copy of a document to the reviewing court. Briefs submitted electronically are not a substitute for, but an addition to, the required paper filings which constitute the official court record.
Pursuant to California Rules of Court, Rule 8.70 and Misc. Order 13-1, the First District Court of Appeal requires the filing of an original and 3 paper copies and the submission of an electronic copy of the following documents. (Eff. 5/1/13)
|The term "brief" includes:||The term "Writ or Opposition" includes:|
For CIVIL cases, submitting an electronic copy of the brief will satisfy the requirements for service on the Supreme Court under rule 8.212(c)(2). (See Rule 8.212(c)(2))