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1 Were-Filing! The following is a step by step overview showcasing e- Filing in the Franklin County Court of Common Pleas. This slideshow relates mainly to Criminal Division e- Filing. Refer to File.cfm for updates on e-Filing in the other divisions of the Franklin County Clerk of Courts Office.http://www.franklincountyohio.gov/clerk/e- File.cfm

2 Were-Filing! You are encouraged to refer to the e-Filing link or contact the e-Filing Help Line at the end of this presentation, as the entire legal community – including attorneys, paralegals, the court and its staff, and Franklin County Deputy Clerks – transition to this revolutionary and efficient process. Thank you, Franklin County Clerk of Courts Staff

3 Introduction Criminal e-Filing

4 What to Expect From This Session Criminal Division Schedule of Events What technology you need to e-File in the Criminal Division Online resources and helpful links from our IT Staff Detailed Instruction on: – How to file in the Criminal Court Filing to Existing Case with Hearing Requests Filing to Existing Case – Reviewing Notifications – Dealing with Clerk Rejection & Judicial Decline

5 Criminal e-Filing Schedule of Events EventDate Criminal e-Filing TrainingCOMPLETED Criminal e-Filing Pilot Opens (Indictments) April 3 rd, 2013 Criminal e-Filing Pilot (Selected Judges) April 11 th, 2013 Appeals Court Accepts Criminal Cases April 17 th, 2013 Criminal e-Filing Pilot (Additional Judges) April-May, 2013 Criminal e-Filing Cases GO LIVEMay 30, 2013

6 What do you need to e-File? Computer with Internet browsing capabilities Scanner Ability to create.PDF files – Recommended setting: 300 DPI Word Processer capable of exporting to MS Word format or later – The system will only accept.DOC or.DOCX – Other documents types (e.g. Corel Word Perfect or Apple Pages) must be re-formatted to.DOC or.DOCX

7 Online Resources & Helpful Links Adobe Acrobat: Adobe Acrobat is the recommended software for creating.PDF files. PDF Conversion Plug-In for Microsoft Office 2007: This plug-in will give you the ability to save your files in.PDF format if you are running Office Corel WordPerfect: Corel WordPerfect will allow you to convert your files to.DOC or.PDF. Newer versions will also allow you to convert your files to.DOCX.

8 Introduction to Criminal e-Filing: The Home Page

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19 Introduction to Criminal e-Filing: Filing a Bond Hearing Request

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31 Introduction to Criminal e-Filing: Filing a Motion to an Existing Case

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39 Introduction to Criminal e-Filing: Viewing Your Queues* *Internal Filers Only

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43 Introduction to Criminal e-Filing: Checking Notifications

44 When YOU e-File…YOU are Notified! Via … …And the system

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48 For More Information… Online Help Through the System https://efiling.franklincountyohio.gov/onlineHelp/fiDefault.htm Clerk of Courts YouTube Channel Youtube.com/clerkfranklincounty For Procedural & Technical Issues Criminal Division Number: (614) *Available Monday-Friday, 8am-5pm*

49 For Legal Inquiries… Consult the Criminal e-Filing Administrative Order Note: Administrative Order is currently being drafted. Please check the Clerk of Courts website for updates. Common Pleas Court Administration Website Stacy Worthington Director of Court Support Services (614) Elizabeta Saken Staff Attorney, Hon. Judge Reece (614) Or Contact…

50 This Presentation Was Produced by: Franklin County Clerk of Courts Staff * Christopher Kopech, Business Operations Specialist Franklin County Clerk of Courts Staff * Christopher Kopech, Business Operations Specialist


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