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Upcoming Proposed Order Changes
In the upcoming months, the 13th Judicial Circuit will be transitioning all attorneys to upload proposed orders through the state ePortal (www.myflcourtaccess.com). If you do not have an ePortal account, you may want to sign on the link and create an account. Please pay close attention to these notifications as updates and dates of the transition will be posted here. If you have any questions please contact our Help Desk.
Submission of Proposed Orders
The Judicial Automated Workflow System (JAWS) now accepts submissions of proposed orders in Microsoft Word (.doc and .docx) and Adobe PDF formats. The PDF documents must be created/saved through Word and not scanned images. Prior to submitting a proposed order through JAWS, users must review the presiding judge’s webpage to determine that judge’s format preference. Generally, if the proposed order is anticipated to be revised in any way by the presiding judge, Microsoft Word is the preferred format. Conversely, if the proposed order is on a routine matter and is expected to be adopted without revision by the court, searchable PDF is the preferred format. Notwithstanding these generalities, users must comply with the presiding judge’s formatting preference (Word v. PDF) when submitting a proposed order through JAWS. If you have any questions or require assistance, please contact the Thirteenth Judicial Circuit’s Helpdesk at (813) 272-6513.
The unauthorized use of the Judicial Automated Workflow System ("JAWS"), including but not limited to providing false or misleading information for the purpose of obtaining access to JAWS or utilizing the user name and password of a registered JAWS user without the user's permission is strictly prohibited and a criminal violation of The Florida Computer Crime Act and section 815.06, Florida Statutes. A violation of section 815.06, Florida Statutes, is punishable as a felony and any computer, computer system, computer network, computer software, or computer data owned by a violator which is used during the commission of any violation of section 815.06, Florida Statutes, is subject to forfeiture.
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