e-Submissions (6th District)

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 original paper filings which constitute the official court record.

Misc. Order 13-1 requires the electronic submission of a copy of a motion to augment/request for judicial notice with documents attached that are to be made part of the record with the original motion filed in paper form.  If documents are not attached, the motion must be e-filed.

The court will accept electronic service copies of Supreme Court or trial court documents in lieu of paper copies.

Briefs


Pursuant to California Rule of Court, Rule 8.70, Misc. Order 12-2, and Misc. Order 12-3, in lieu of an original and 4 paper copies, the Sixth 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.

  • Appellant's Opening Brief
  • Respondent's Brief
  • Appellant's Reply Brief
  • Amicus Curiae Brief
  • Petition for Rehearing
  • Answer to Petition for Rehearing
  • Answer to Amicus Curiae Brief
  • Letter Brief
  • Supplemental Brief
  • Petitions filed under W&I § 366.26 and 366.28

(See Misc. Order 12-1 for the filing of Appellant’s brief filed pursuant to People v. Wende or Conservatorship of Ben C.)

Writs


Pursuant to California Rule of Court, Rule 8.70 and Misc. Order 12-4, in lieu of an original and 4 paper copies, the Sixth District Court of Appeal requires the filing of an original and 2 paper copies and the submission of an electronic copy of the following documents:

  • Petition for Writ of Mandate, Prohibition or Certiorari
  • Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus
  • Petition for Writ of Supersedeas
  • Petition for Writ of Review (WCAB, PUC, ALRB, PERB)
  • Response, Opposition, Reply, Answer, Return or Traverse
  • Briefs or Declarations filed in support or opposition of requested relief

In addition to lodging an original with the court, parties are required to submit an electronic copy of the record supporting a writ petition. Should the record exceed the size limitations of this website, a party may elect to submit the record in multiple parts or provide the court with the record in digital format.

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