Yes, move your mouse slightly to the left of the PDF symbol until you see the box surrounding the title of the document you want to view turn blue. Click inside the blue box and it will open.
Complete the training by reviewing both the Electronic Filing Administrative Policies and Procedures Manual and the Appellate eFilers Manual. You will then submit an electronic registration form and pass the eFiling test with a score of 100%. Once you pass the test, the clerk’s office will approve the registration and you will receive email notification that your request for access to the eFiling system has been approved.
The training takes approximately an hour to complete and you will be eligible for one hour of CLE credit upon completion of the training and registration process.
All pleadings must be submitted before 11:59:59 p.m., Mountain Standard Time (MST). Anything submitted after 11:59:59 p.m. will be filed on the next business day. Documents submitted on weekends or holidays will also be filed on the next business day.
Yes, you may have your notices sent to multiple e-mail addresses. After you have logged into the eFiling system, select the user Account tab, and click the “Add another email address” hyperlink. These addresses will be the responsibility of the attorney, we can neither add nor remove them from your account.
Scroll down the page past the Party Information and the Pending Ticklers and look for the green “eFile a document on this case” link.
Attachments are added after uploading by selecting “Attach Another Document” and entering the name of each attachment in the free form text box, then submitting together as one document. DO NOT SCAN PLEADINGS & ATTACHMENTS TOGETHER! Please view the examples of how to attach appendices at the end of these FAQ’s.
If you forgot only your username, call the Clerk’s office and we can look it up for you. The Clerk’s office does not have access to passwords, so if you forget your password, you will need to click on the green “forgot password” on the eFiling log on screen, enter your email address and you will be sent a temporary password.
Call the Clerk’s office and we will have our IT personnel change your email account address, so you will be able to reset your password. This may take a while, so don’t call at 4:50 p.m. the day your pleading is due.
No, petitions for review pursuant to W.R.A.P. 13 or any other original proceeding are filed by conventional means only. Any responses or briefing, if granted, will need to be electronically filed.
Our eFiling system is integrated with the Wyoming State Bar’s attorney database. You must be an active Wyoming State Bar member to register and become an eFiling user. All eFilings will need to be made by local counsel. Attorneys who are admitted pro hac vice will still receive hard copies of all orders entered in a case by mail and can always access the public docket.
If it is during regular business hours, call the Clerk’s office immediately at (307) 777-7316 and ask us to reject your filing. You will then be able to correct your mistake and resubmit your pleading.
It will depend on the mistake. Minor errors such as typographical or citation can be corrected by eFiling an “Errata”. The pleading needs to be titled as such and state what corrections are being made and include a certificate of service. Use the docket entry “Notice Incoming – Errata” to eFile the errata. You will need to send a signed original and six copies of the errata also. If the mistake is substantive, you will have to file a motion to file an amended or corrected brief.
Please do not place any pleadings in the mail until you receive the system generated filing notice stating that your documents have been accepted. We may have to reject your pleading for some reason, such as unredacted material. You will have to make the corrections and resend the hard copies.
Every email address on your account will receive a Filing Approval Notice that informs you that the pleading you filed has been accepted and may be viewed on the docket page.
You may have inadvertently clicked on “Save as Draft” instead of “Submit to Court”. If you don’t get a message with a confirmation number, submission date and time, check your draft filings.
Most cases are available on the public docket and all information is viewable on the World Wide Web. The Rules Governing Redactions from Court Records are to protect the following personal data identifiers: Social Security Numbers, Names of Minor Children, Dates of Birth and Financial Account Numbers. Home Addresses should also be redacted per Rule 11 of the Electronic Filing Administrative Policies and Procedures Manual.
There are several reasons you might not be able to find your case on the public docket. It might be a confidential case, an old case docketed before January 1, 2006, or it may not be docketed yet.
The notice of appeal is filed in the District Court. Once the record is complete, the Clerk of the District Court will notify us that the case is ready to be docketed. At that time, we will enter the case in our system and you will be able to locate it on our public docket.
No, you will need to file an errata stating that the appendices were inadvertently omitted and attach them to the errata.
Yes, but only if you are counsel of record in the confidential case. If you are not counsel on the case when it is originally docketed, you will need to submit an entry of appearance by conventional means before you will be added to the case and are able to eFile.
The electronic docket provides public access to cases before the Court. The hard copies are still used in the same manner as they always have, the justices and law clerks read them for decision making and crafting an opinion, the judicial assistants use them to verify information. The original copy of each pleading is part of the permanent record of the case which eventually goes to the Wyoming State Archives.
No, counsel of record will receive electronic notification of all orders entered in their cases. This notice will constitute service of the orders. Orders are also posted on the docket page for viewing.
No, a filing notice is automatically generated by the electronic filing system and constitutes service of the filed document on users. Every email address listed by the attorney will receive the system generated notices. Parties and/or attorneys who are not users must be served with hard copies of any document filed electronically.