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Electronic Evidence Portal

The Court has implemented a portal for the submission of electronic evidence in selected courtrooms. The participating courtrooms are listed below.

Small Claims

Small Claims matters set in CM02/VCC5 require that all evidence be submitted electronically through the “portal” rather than presented in a paper format. Click on the link for Departments CM02/VCC5 below for instructions.

The court recommends parties download their electronic evidence as the court will not retain after the case has concluded.

Probate

Probate matters set in CM03, CM05, CM06 or CM08 may require that evidence be submitted electronically through the “portal”. Click on the link for Departments CM05 and CM08 below for instructions.

Civil Harassment, Unlawful Detainers, and Administrative Appeal

Civil Harassment, Unlawful Detainers, and Administrative Appeal matters set in C65, C61, C64, and C66 may require that evidence be submitted electronically through the “portal”. Consult the courtroom schedule and requirements document for details courtroom schedule and requirements document and click on the link for specific courtroom instructions below.

Family Law

Family Law matters set in L68 (eff. 6/24/24), L53 & L65 (eff. 07/01/24), L60, L64, L66 may require that evidence be submitted electronically through the “portal”. 
Click on the link for specific courtroom instructions below.

Access the Portal

For information regarding current protocols for remote trials and hearings, please check the COVID-19 webpage

To access your case through the portal, you will need the case type, case number, and hearing date.

For the best experience, utilize a desktop computer and the Chrome or Microsoft Edge browser.

If you have difficulties with the electronic evidence process, please see the instructions below for your scheduled courtroom for contact information. Please also view the instructions and video posted below.

Access the Electronic Evidence Portal

Instructions

Creating Accounts and Uploading Exhibits:

Navigating the Site

Preparing For Your Hearing & Presenting Exhibits

Department Rules:

Court Policies:

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