Fourth DCA now requires e-filings

first_imgFourth DCA now requires e-filings According to an administrative order issued by Fourth District Court of Appeal Chief Judge Gary M. Farmer, effective July 1, in addition to the paper original of the document, all lawyers shall also transmit to the court an electronic copy of any of the following documents:• All briefs in appeals under Rules 9.110, 9.130, 9.140, 9.141, 9.145, 9.146, and 9.160;• All petitions and responses under Rule 9.100;• All responses to orders of the court; and• All motions for rehearing or relief under Rules 9.330 and 9.331.In addition, any transcript shall be filed electronically with the initial brief, as well as any appendix. The electronic filing shall be made on the earlier of the day of filing the paper original or the day of service. The official filing date shall remain as the day of filing the paper original.Electronic filing shall be made by transmitting a document as an attachment to an e-mail to the following address: [email protected] The e-mail attached documents shall be in Microsoft Word, Corel WordPerfect, or pdf (Adobe) format. A transcript may be in the format used by the reporter who prepared the transcript. The subject or reference line of the e-mail shall contain the Fourth District case name and a case number if available. No other use or mailings shall be made with that address.An attorney filing any paper document with the court must also include an e-mail address to receive notices, advisories, or orders from the Fourth District Courty of Appeal. July 1, 2005 Regular Newscenter_img Fourth DCA now requires e-filingslast_img