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Electronic filing is the filing of an electronic document in lieu of a paper original and any required paper copies with the reviewing court.
In order to be timely filed on the day they are due, all electronic transmissions of documents or briefs must be completed (i.e., received completely by the Clerk of the Court) prior to midnight.
A party filing an electronic copy of a "brief" is required to send only three paper copies. The “filed” date will be the date the electronic document is received.
Electronically filing a Civil brief will satisfy the requirements for service on the Supreme Court under
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See also Cal. Rules of Court, rules 8.70 to 8.79
Not for use with writ petitions or exhibits. If you wish to submit these, please use the E-Submission form