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Policy Guidelines

Policy Guidelines Superior Court Clerks’ policies on filing papers during the COVID-19 pandemic

Date: 06/10/2021
Organization: Superior Court
Referenced Sources: Court system response to COVID-19

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Policies

Clerks’ Offices are open to the public for in-person business. They accept pleadings and other documents by regular mail, by electronic filing or eFiling (in civil cases, in all counties), or, if specifically allowed by a Clerk’s Office, by leaving material in a dropbox in the courthouse. To learn whether a Clerk’s Office uses a dropbox, or to ask any other question about how to submit materials to a Clerk’s Office, contact the specific Clerk’s Office — contact information is found on the Superior Court location contact pages; click on the county you are looking for to access contact information.

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