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The Supreme Court of Texas has mandated electronic filing for all criminal cases. 

Although the date for mandatory filing for Jasper County is July 1, 2019, Jasper County District Clerk will begin accepting e-filings April 4, 2018. Electronic filing allows you to file your criminal documents anytime, anywhere. All you need is a computer and internet access. Filers have a choice of Electronic Filing Service

Providers (EFSP) which link to a portal for efiling. Go to efiletexas.gov for a list of the

 Electronic Filing Service Providers. Your choice of EFSP will submit the filing through 

efiletexas.govto the participating District Court of your choice. Clerks are then able to 

process your filings electronically and you will be notified via email that your filing has

been accepted. Electronic filing enables you to successfully submit your filings with no 

lines, no rush, no paper, no problems.

The Supreme Court of Texas mandated electronic filing for all civil cases. Although the date for mandatory filing for Jasper County is January 1, 2016, Jasper County District Clerk started accepting efilings October 22, 2014. Electronic filing allows you to file your civil documents anytime, anywhere. All you need is a computer and internet access. Filers have a choice of Electronic Filing Service Providers (EFSP) which link to a portal for efiling. Go to efiletexas.gov for a list of the Electronic Filing Service Providers. Your choice of EFSP will submit the filing through efiletexas.gov to the participating District Court of your choice. Clerks are then able to process your filings electronically and you will be notified via email that your filing has been accepted. Electronic filing enables you to successfully submit your filings with no lines, no rush, no paper, no problems.


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