INSTRUCTIONS FOR FILING ADI CLAIMS THROUGH THE PANEL PORTAL
ADI is starting a new case management system. Temporary delays in claims processing can be expected.
October 15 criminal and dependency brownbag on Elimination of Bias, featuring panel attorney Johanna Schiavoni.
Fax-filing replaced by e-filing in Fourth District. ADI's news alert provides some details.
Important new address information Effective June 2, 2014: Appeals and Appellate Division of the San Bernardino County Superior Court.
Important rule changes effective January 1, 2014: habeas and other writs, sealed and confidential records, recycled paper, multiple signature, signatures on electronically filed documents, electronic reporter's transcript.
Cruel and unusual punishment for crimes committed by juveniles: Mandatory LWOP and sentence exceeding natural life expectancy.
E-submission of documents to court does not provide documents to ADI or AG. Choosing the option of "cc: E-mail Address" sends a receipt for the filing to recipients, but does not attach the document itself. Counsel must serve that separately.
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