SDAP Seminar May 6, 2016 in San Francisco
The SDAP Spring Appellate Seminar will be May 6, 2016 in San Francisco. Topics will include issues in sex cases, orders after judgment, digital privacy, mental health cases, handling good and bad precedent effectively, and writing rehearing and review petitions.
SDAP is a law firm that does criminal and juvenile appeals for indigent clients in the San Jose area. We are not the court of appeal.
Concerning Use of Associate Counsel
AIDOAC has promulgated a statewide policy concerning the use of accociate counsel and law clerks.
Questions about eClaims?
eClaims are processed by the CAP-LA computer system. If you have questions about eClaims, you should contact George Vergara or Jay Kohorn at CAP-LA at 213-243-0300. SDAP can only unsubmit a claim or explain which tasks must be placed on which line items.
TrueFiling Comes to the Sixth District Court of Appeal
TrueFiling is required in the Sixth District. When you register SDAP’s address in TrueFiling, you must use our new address: email@example.com. The AG's address is: SFAGDocketing@doj.ca.gov. Our prior address has been discontinued. If you registered the prior address in your TrueFiling account, you will need to make the necessary correction to the new address. Although the California Supreme Court has not yet adopted TrueFiling, petitions for review may now be served on SDAP at firstname.lastname@example.org. However, copies of client correspondence should be sent to the personal e-mail address of the SDAP staff attorney assigned to the case. Attorneys might receive notices from the clerks by email that certain documents have been filed. But all inquiries to the court should be sent to Sixth.District@jud.ca.gov.
Electronically Serving Santa Cruz DA
The Santa Cruz District Attorney's Office is accepting electronic service of appellate briefs. They shall be sent to: email@example.com
More About TrueFiling in the Sixth District
The Sixth District has enacted a local rule that sets forth certain requirements. Since at least a few of these requirements differ from the other districts, please carefully review the local rule. In particular: (1) documents that require a signature under the statewide Rules of Court must bear a physical signature when your document is transmitted to the court; and (2) a single unbound paper copy of briefs, writ petitions and documentation submitted in support of a writ petition must be sent to the court when the document is electronically filed. If you have technical questions about how to use TrueFiling, you should start by contacting TrueFiling by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org, or by phone at (855) 959-8868. SDAP is available for consultations regarding filing requirements.
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