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For pleadings and documents currently served by email, please use the following addresses:

Please do not send electronic service of court documents directly to individual Assistant State Attorneys.

Effective Oct. 1, 2013, to meet the requirements of rule 2.5.16 where documents are required or permitted to be served by email, please use the addresses provided above using the following proper email format.

  1. The email subject line must contain "SERVICE OF COURT DOCUMENT" in all capital letters followed by the case number in the Uniform Case Number format.
  2. The body of the email must include:
    1. The court in which the proceeding is pending.
    2. The case number.
    3. The name of the initial party on each side.
    4. The title of each document served.
    5. The sender’s name and telephone number.
  3. Pleadings must be attached to the email and must be in PDF format.
  4. The email and attachments together may not exceed five megabytes in size; emails exceeding the size requirement must be divided into separate emails and labeled sequentially in the subject line.

Complete opinion from the Florida Supreme Court

Mandatory E-filing for Criminal, Traffic and Juvenile Law Divisions Extended

Tuesday, Oct. 1, 2013 - The mandatory e-filing deadline for all criminal divisions has been extended to Feb. 3, 2014.

Please see: AOSC13-48 Electronic Filing of Criminal Cases in the Trial Courts of Florida via the Florida Courts E-filing Portal.