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Rules & Standards

All electronically filed documents must comply with Texas Rules of Civil Procedure, including Rule 21(f) and the current version of the TECHNOLOGY STANDARDS. This version was adopted on October 20, 2017 and contains:

  • Added Civil and Criminal eFiling codes for JPs
  • Additional Criminal Codes for District/County Courts
  • Added Filer Standards

The Technology Standards are set by the Judicial Committee on Information Technology and adopted by the Supreme Court of Texas.  The Standards Committee has adopted a schedule that allows the standard to be updated up to two times each calendar year.  These updates are expected to complete in March and September.  CLICK HERE for more information.  

 

FAQ
To view more information please visit our webpage for E-Filing Documents Frequently Asked Questions

 

Civil E-File Mandate
Effective January 1, 2015, Electronic Filing is required in Ector County District Courts for all Civil Cases, including Family Cases, by Order and Mandate of the Supreme Court of Texas.  

 

Criminal E-File Mandate
Effective July 1, 2018, Electronic Filing will be required in Ector County for all felony Criminal Cases, by Order and Mandate of the Court of Criminal Appeals of Texas. Ector County began permissive Criminal e-Filing on September 1, 2017, and is subject to mandatory Criminal e-Filing effective July 1, 2018.

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