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CM/ECF Outage Log

Local Rules Forms
E-mail Addresses for Proposed Orders CM/ECF User's Manual
TRO Checklist Transcripts and Redaction

Effective January 3, 2005, the Eastern District of California will become an electronic filing and service district. With limited, specified exceptions, electronic filing must be utilized by attorneys in all cases. All attorneys who wish to file documents in the Eastern District of California must be admitted to practice or admitted to appear pro hac vice. Admission to practice in the Eastern District of California includes the requirement that the attorney complete an e-filing registration form and receive a username and password. (See Local Rules.)

Any person appearing pro se may not utilize electronic filing except with the permission of the assigned judge. Pro se litigants, whether or not their litigation is assigned as a pro se case ("PS"), shall file and serve paper documents as required by applicable rules of civil or criminal procedure, or the local rules of this district. (See Local Rules.)

CM/ECF HelpDesk Call: Sacramento 1-866-884-5525 Fresno 1-866-884-5444

or E-mail: caed_cmecf_helpdesk@caed.uscourts.gov
Submit After Hours Outage Notification
Online ECF Registration (Attorneys already Admitted in the Eastern District)
Petition by Attorney for Admission ECF Registration (New Attorneys)
ECF 101 - Electronic Case Filing, A Tutorial for Attorneys and Law Firm Staff
Hands-on Training Calendar and Registration  
CM/ECF Civil Menu for Attorneys
CM/ECF Criminal Menu for Attorneys
CM/ECF Final Procedures
System Requirements

Links to The Federal Judiciary CM/ECF website:
CM/ECF Home About CM/ECF
Video: The Attorneys' Perspective
User Information

Public Access to Court Electronic Records - Required for CM/ECF
The PACER Service Center
PACER CM/ECF Information

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