Court expands e-Submission
The Fourth District has expanded the capabilities of the e-Submission program to improve security and ease of access. Parties may now submit documents as large as 25 MB and submit up to 5 documents at one time.
Suspension of Oral Argument Video Conference Appearances (For Division Three only)
Due to budget constraints, Division Three’s oral argument video conference program is suspended indefinitely effective May 15, 2013.
Effective 1/1/2013, CRC, rule 8.212(c)(2) was revised.
The Supreme Court now requires an electronic service copy of briefs filed. SUBMISSION OF AN ELECTRONIC COPY TO THE COURT OF APPEAL, WILL SATISFY THIS REQUIREMENT. When a copy of a civil brief is submitted electronically to the Court of Appeal, a copy is automatically sent to the Supreme Court. There is no need to submit a separate e-copy to the Supreme Court if you first submit one to us.
All divisions are now accepting e-Filings. Click to e-File now.
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The 4th District is unique in that it is divided into three geographical divisions.