Both of them wanted to stay together for the sake of the kids did I mention they adopted some kids? Adam made the following proposal:
The court uses the TrueFiling systemwhich I have found to be rather user-friendly. Rule 4 a 1. But attorneys may also seek an exemption. I am hard-pressed, though, to imagine how an attorney would meet one of the stated grounds for exemption: Perhaps the unavailability of a broadband internet connection would render e-filing infeasible?
In a death penalty case, the filer only has to send in one paper copy, has more time to send it, and does not have to bind it. Though the rules do not appear to require it, it is probably a good idea to format each heading in your table of contents with a hyperlink to the corresponding page in the document, as the Fifth District Court of Appeal requires.
I find the rules ambiguous in one respect. Even though rules 8. In other words, e-filing is either mandatory or prohibited for a given document.
Perhaps there is a standing order that covers this under Rule 3 a 3but it seems odd not to make it explicit in the e-filing rules themselves.
See the update below. But e-filing sure makes filing easier, and also makes it easier to keep my office organized. Still, electronic filing could be improved by some uniformity. Some is on the way, such as the anticipation that all districts of the Court of Appeal will have e-filing through TrueFiling implemented by November of this year.
E-filing in the Court of Appeal has long satisfied the requirement of service on the Supreme Court, and the uniform use of TrueFiling this November should make it possible to e-serve any Court of Appeal with documents e-filed in the Supreme Court. Electronic service on superior courts statewide would be nice.
It says in part: The court will adopt detailed eFiling Rules in June and remain open to opportunities to enhance the program in the coming year. The court will employ a phased approach to the launch of its eFiling program.
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