eFiling Frequently Asked Questions - FAQ's
All motions filed will be reviewed by the clerk to determine if a re-open fee is applicable. If the clerk determines the motion requires a re-open fee, the attorney will be notified by email that a fee is required and the motion will not be processed until the fee is received. A $50.00 fee is required for all case types with the exception of SP cases which require a re-opening fee of $25.00.
To file a subsequent pleading on a misdemeanor case, the portal requires a court type to be selected. Since misdemeanor case types can be COUNTY ORDINANCE (CO); MISDEMEANOR (MM); MUNICIPAL ORDINANCE (MO); or NON CRIMINAL INFRACTION (IN), the filer may select either of the available choices if the actual case type is unknown. The portal knows the correct court type and will return it onscreen as a part of the validation process.
At this time, a filer may eFile a petition to seal or expunge via the portal only for felony and misdemeanor cases. Attorneys must contact the judicial assistant for a court date for Felony cases.
Yes, you may file an appeal, but you need to file the appropriate fee with the Notice of Appeal.