A step-by-step look at the Oklahoma Court’s new e-filing system

A little over a year ago I wrote about how Oklahoma was moving toward implementing a state-wide case management system for all of its courts. The system would usher in e-filing for Oklahoma state courts, something that has been in use in the federal courts for over 10 years. In that post, I included the rules that the Oklahoma Supreme Court put out to control the process.  Purportedly, there is a pilot program going on now in some counties testing out the new system.

Now, there is additional detail provided by the Supreme Court of Oklahoma’s Administrative Office of Courts about how the process will actually work.  Take a look at the slide presentation below:

 

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On this blog, I write about and try to answer practical Oklahoma legal questions. My focus and most experience is in estate planning and business issues including Oklahoma non-compete law. I make a living as an attorney in the law firm I founded, Cazes Roberts, PLLC in Oklahoma City. I live in Edmond with wife Amy and my two children, Sam (17) and David (9). We live precisely in the path of where the "wind comes sweeping down the plains."