Complaints Beginning to Emerge as Courts Switch to E-Filing Systems

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Coral Gables attorney J.B. Harris accused a Miami defense attorney of harassment for e-filing documents in the middle of the night.

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  • A. Cab

    I have a problem with a case that won't e-file for a Broward Circuit Case; I keep getting this message: "Case # Provided can’t be verified. Type Code ‘OTHER – DISCRIMINATION EMPLOYMENT OR OTH’ is not configured for ‘Trial Court for Broward County, Florida Circuit Civil Division". I've double checked the case #, and sent a letter to the Clerk, but they bounce it back to me as if they never received my letter regarding the issue. I also sent an e-mail to support@myflcourtaccess.com but the issue is not resolved. I can't be the only one having this issue?

  • Bartlaw

    We are having serious problems with tenant eviction cases in the West Satellite in Broward. Over two weeks the clerk has not accepted our filings and on those they manually enter they do not accept later pleadings.

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