- Public Use of Electronic Devices in Court of Appeal Court Rooms
- Appellate Compensation Claim Form
July 29, 2016
Division One of the Fourth District Court of Appeal has updated The California Court of Appeal Step by Step, Civil Appellate Practices and Procedures for the Self-Represented in the Fourth Appellate District Division One and the Basic Appellate Procedures brochure to reflect mandatory electronic filing.
July 27, 2016
Effective April 4, 2016, a new Local Rule 5 has been adopted in conjunction with the implementation of E-Filing in the Fourth District; the new Local Rule replaced the existing Local Rule 5 on April 4, 2016. Pursuant to Division Three's Miscellaneous Order #2016-1, mandatory E-Filing under the new rule will take effect September 26, 2016, although parties may utilize E-Filing on a voluntary basis beginning September 19, 2016. Local Rule 5 had previously been adopted in Divisions One and Two on April 11, 2016 and June 13, respectively.
April 7, 2016
Pursuant to Local Rule 5(2)(e)(3) - Any party who orders a reporter’s transcript of the proceeding pursuant to California Rules of Court, rule 8.130, must also request a copy of the transcript in electronic format, as provided in California Rules of Court, rule 8.130(f)(4), and must submit an electronic copy to the court. For assistance preparing electronic transcripts, see the Guidelines for E-Reporter Transcripts.
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The 4th District is unique in that it is divided into three geographical divisions.