Refer to Problems with E-Filing for guidance on how to proceed if the filer is unable to file electronically. If that section does not apply, an attorney seeking to file a case non-electronically should contact and receive permission from the Clerk. An attorney seeking to file a document in a case non-electronically should file a Motion for Authority and receive permission from the Judge before doing so. This situation may arise as to documents that cannot be reduced to an electronic format. Documents not filed electronically must contain wet signatures.
History of Changes
04/11/2014 - Clarified when to file a case non-electronically vs. a document non-electronically.