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Thursday, December 11, 2014

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MN Judicial Branch eFile/eServe
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1-855-291-8246 (outside the metro area)

In a message dated 12/11/2014 5:40:14 A.M. Central Standard Time, Sharon4Anderson@aol.com writes:
To Whom it may Concern ie Referee Joel Olson
Please Take Legal Notice Affiant has Registered for E Filings so any/all
Documents must be sent to Affiant Electronically
In the Matter of Mrs. Darlene Winter 62-pr-14-696 as Affiant is now a Defendant . Most of the File is at www.sharons-courtrecords.blogspot.com
Further Affiant has complained to Lawyers Board Chair Martin Cole of Bruce Beck's Malpractice.
Further please e mail The Bond of the Guardian/Conservator
Any all Affidavits of Service.
In the Interest of Justice, We must Guide ourselves Accordingly
Thanking you in Advance.
  
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キ File a complaint over the phone or ask general questions about the FCC: (888) 225-5322

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Sincerely,

Mignon Clyburn
Commissioner | Federal Communications

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http://www.mncourts.gov/district/2/?page=4143 News and Announcements

Affiant Mrs. Sharon Anderson Denied MNCIS Access

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Resources 

Document/LinkFormatTopics Covered
2nd District eFiling GuidePDFRejection criteria, fees, fields for: case information, party information, filing information, documents, summary, confirmation, sending eservice
eService guidePDFAdding e-service contacts
Attachments documentPDFLead document and attachments, example codes, document upload screen
Waiver Account GuidePDFWaiver accounts overview, payment accounts screen
Administrator DutiesPDFResponsibilities, tasks, getting started, decisions
e-mail addressComputer support for the Odyssey File & Serve site.  You may also call Tyler Technologies at1-800-297-5377.
Chambers eMail AddressesPDFJudicial staff e-mail address to specify when directing files to a specific judge
2nd District eFiling FactsPDFDistrict-specific information about the date file stamp, filing codes, court case edits, subsequent documents, electronic signatures, service, receiving, updating the case service list, case search, access to case information, electronic case documents, format, filing fees, submitting multiple law library fees 
4th District eFile web pagelinkFourth District (Hennepin County District Court) eFile and eService web page
eCourt MNweb pageJudicial Branch site encompassing all aspects of the eCourt paperless court project
4th District eFileweb pageHennepin County District Court eFile web site


Signing Up / eFile Basics

What is eFiling?
E-filing is the submission of case documents in electronic format using the eFile and Serve (EFS) website.
What is eService?
E-Service is electronic notification and service of documents on other parties in a case.  It's an alternative to personal service.
Is eFile/eServe available in all jurisdictions?
Not yet.  Certain counties in Minnesota are piloting the effort.  Check the Implementation page of the MN Judicial Branch site to find out which jurisdictions offer EFS.
Who has to register?
Attorneys and Court business partners must register.  You must register for each case in which you participate.
How do I register?
Designate someone in your office Administrator.  This person will be responsible for managing your office account.  Before registering, the Administrator must attend a training session and receive complete instructions on registration.
For more information on the registration process, visit the Steps to Start eFiling and eServing page of the MN Judicial Branch site or theRegister for Odyssey File & Serve section on this page.
If I sign up for eService, am I notified about all my cases?
No.  You must sign up to receive eService on each case individually, eFiling into a case or being the attorney of record does not mean that you have signed up for eService.  For more information on signing up for eService please see the eService guide and for more information on sending eService please see the last page of the eFiling Guide.


District 2 Standards

What are the consequences of not registering?
Registration gives you access the court files in the case.  If you don't register, you will have to request and pay for all court documents.  When implementation is complete, mandatory registration will be enforced.
Do I have to register if I'm representing myself?
Not at this time.


Application Help

Do you offer training?
How do I sign up for training?
Yes.  There are training links on the logon page of the eFile/eServe web application logon page.  Don't schedule training until an Administrator is designated.
Do you have instructions for attaching a document once I've logged in?
Yes. The Attachments document gives more details about the attachments feature. Page 3, of the eFiling Guide shows where the Add Another Filing button is. Please enter every document with a seperate Filing Code.
How do I submit a proposed document without a signature?
All documents that require a judge's signature should be submitted with the Filing Code of Proposed Document and the Filing Description stating the title of the document being filed.  Documents that have not been signed by a judge should never be filed as Orders.
Are there printable instructions?
Printable instructions and resources are available on this page in theResources section.  Additionally, reference materials specific to each court (Civil, Family, Criminal, etc.) are available in the FAQ tableabove.  These documents provide the codes you might need and procedures specific to that office/court.


Fees

What are the Fees?  How do I calculate the filing fee when I eFile?
The fees are the same whether you file electronically, in person or by mail.  In other words, there is no additional fee for eFile or eServe.  Check the Fees page for the filing fees that apply. 
How is the filing fee paid?
Fees are billed to an account you set up when you sign up for eFiling.
How do I tell the system that my filing fees have been waived?
Set up a Waiver Account.  See the Waiver Account Guide for more information on how to set up a Waiver Account. 


Division Questions

Domestic Abuse/Harassment

What should the document secruity setting be for an initial filing?
For both orders, any documents in an initial filing should be entered as Confidential.


Register for Odyssey File & Serve 

The Second Judicial District welcomes all law firms/attorneys and agencies to begin eFiling.  To start the process:
1) Please choose a firm adminstrator after reviewing the Administrator Duties document
2) The Firm Administrator should attend a training.  See the StateTraining Schedule here.  Self-paced tutorials may also be used, however if they are used it is recommended that the eFiling Guide be used for Minnesota specific information.  
3) After training, the firm administrator needs the following to register:
  • Odyssey File & Serve site
  • Internet Explorer version 7 or higher OR Firefox and a high speed internet connection
  • Firm/Attorney contact information
  • Valid eMail address
  • For remaining account setup: User eMail addresses, attorney bar numbers, and a valid credit card.
     

                               

 News and Announcments

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September 16th, 2013

Submission Format to Change

Effective September 16, 2013, all e-filed documents, whether in mandatory or voluntary case types, must be submitted in searchable PDF format. Visit the eFile Support Center for more details and other important notices.


July 8th, 2013

$3.00 eService Fee Eliminated

The Minnesota Judicial Branch is pleased to announce that, effective Monday, July 8, 2013, the $3.00 fee for eService has been eliminated. eService, which allows litigants who eFile their cases to serve other parties via email, is a service of the Minnesota Judicial Branch’s eCourtMN Initiative.


June 3rd, 2013

eFiling and eService Expands to Commitment Court

On Monday, June 3, 2013, the Second Judicial District will implement electronic filing in the Commitment Court of the Civil Division. All filers will be able to use the electronic file and serve system as of June 3rd for both new and subsequent filings in Commitment Court. Attorneys and agencies with pending matters before the court should sign up for eService in each case as soon as possible. Training is encouraged. See the links below on this page for training opportunities. EFiling guides and other helpful information are also available below on this web page, including civil commitment case and document type lists as found under “Civil Division Documents.”

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