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:|
Not included are motions, applications, appendices under rule 8.124, or other documents
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))