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eCourts is a web based application that is designed to allow attorneys, in good standing, to electronically file documents with the courts. The Judiciary's plans for full implementation of eCourts in all trial court divisions are underway. The plan to modernize our systems is built on the following four essential functionalities:

  • Electronic filing and information exchange between the court and attorneys;
  • The creation of an electronic filing system;
  • The establishment of an electronic case jacket;
  • The maintenance of an electronic records management system that provides both attorneys and the public with access to case information.

View the eCourts Training Page for videos, documentation and help systems.

Attorney Login

System Filing Hours: 24 hours a day - 7 days a week.

Case Jacket Access hours: 24 hours a day - 7 days a week.

NOTE: Availability is with the exception of scheduled system maintenance periods.

Who can file?

Prosecutors, Public Defenders and Private Attorneys

What can be filed?

Motions, motion-related filings, and other Criminal documents that do not require a filing fee.*

  • *Note: The below documents cannot be filed via eCourts:
  • - Sealed
  • - Megan’s Law
  • - Expungements
  • - Gun Permits
  • - Municipal Appeals

Judiciary Help Desk 1-800-343-7002 or 609-633-2275


Attorney Login

System Filing Hours: 24 hours a day - 7 days a week.

NOTE: Foreclosure, DC, and Law complaints and motions filed Monday through Friday by 11:59 p.m. will receive a filed date for the same day. Filings which occur Saturday, Sunday or on a legal holiday/court recess will receive a filed date for the next business day.

Case Jacket Access Hours: 24 hours a day - 7 days a week.

All attorneys are mandated to electronically file via eCourts in Special Civil Part (DC) and Foreclosure (F) matters effective May 1, 2017, and in Civil Part (L) matters effective January 15, 2018.

All counties are in production in eCourts for Special Civil Part (DC) and Foreclosure (F) cases as of October 2016 and for Civil Part (L) cases as of December 2017.

Mandatory Electronic Filing Dates for eCourts Civil (Law Division, Civil Part)
eCourts Law Division, Civil Part Overview

Who can file?

Attorneys

What can be filed?

All documents can be filed except the following:

  • Order to show cause (DC Cases)
  • Sealed documents
  • Name Change
  • False Claims Act
  • Structured settlement

Judiciary Help Desk 1-800-343-7002 or 609-633-2275


Attorney Login

Login for County Boards, Municipal Clerks and Tax Assessors

Login for Self-represented Litigants

System Filing Hours: Monday to Saturday 2 a.m. to 11:59 p.m. Sunday 2 a.m. to 5:59 a.m. 11 a.m. to 11:59 p.m.

Case Jacket Access Hours:24 hours a day - 7 days a week

Case Jacket Access is available to the County Board of Taxation, Municipal Clerk, and Municipal Assessor. You can find the Tax Court case jacket access request form here.

NOTE: Availability is with the exception of scheduled system maintenance periods.

Who can file?

Attorneys

*Clerks of County boards of taxation, municipal assessors, and municipal clerks, can access case information through the non-attorney login.

*Self represented litigants can access their own case information by registering here.

What can be filed?

Complaints except for State Tax matters. Supplemental documents for local and State tax cases except sealed.

  • Motion Related Filings
  • Post Judgment Documents
  • Responsive Pleadings (Answers)
  • Miscellaneous Correspondences

Judiciary Help Desk 1-800-343-7002 or 609-633-2275


eCourts Notices to the Bar