GA - GAC
Rules and Regulations of the State of Georgia
Terms and Conditions of Agreement for Access to Rules and Regulations of the State of Georgia Website

(Note: certain features of this site have been disabled for the general public to prevent digital piracy. If you are an entitled government entity pursuant the Georgia Administrative Procedures Act, O.C.G.A.§ 50-13-7(d) contact the State of Georgia's Administrative Procedures Division at 678-364-3785 to enable these features for your location.)

To access this website, you must agree to the following:

These terms of use are a contract between you and/or your employer (if any), and Lawriter, LLC.

You agree not to use any web crawler, scraper, or other robot or automated program or device to obtain data from the website.

You agree that you will not sell or license anything that you download, print, or copy from this website.

THIS WEBSITE AND ITS CONTENT ARE PROVIDED "AS IS." THE STATE OF GEORGIA AND LAWRITER EXPRESSLY DISCLAIM ALL WARRANTIES, INCLUDING THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, AND NON-INFRINGEMENT AND ARE NOT LIABLE TO ANY PERSON FOR ANY ERRORS IN INACCURACIES CONTAINED IN THIS WEBSITE.

By accessing and/or using this website, you agree to the terms and conditions above. If you do not agree to the terms and conditions above, you must cease accessing and/or using this website and destroy all material obtained from this website without your agreement.

If you accept these terms enter the information below and click “I AGREE”.

Chapter 145-2 CRIMINAL JUSTICE E-FILING RULE

Rule 145-2-.01 Criminal Justice e-Filing Rule

(1) The Criminal Case Data Exchange Board is charged with promulgating rules for facilitating the exchange of information and documents between criminal justice systems, linking litigants, prosecuting attorneys, public defenders, private attorneys, sheriffs, superior court clerks, court administrators, judges, and related entities in courts of this state.
(2) The Criminal Case Data Exchange Board has the authority to promulgate rules in order to ensure that the rollout and operation of the Criminal Justice e-Filing Project complies with the directives charged in O.C.G.A. §§ 15-6-11(a), 15-6-61(a)(4)(B), 15-7-5(a) and 35-6A-14.
(3) The Criminal Case Data Exchange Board recognizes the following superior courts as being in compliance with O.C.G.A. § 15-6-11(a):
(a) Superior courts which have entered into a Memorandum of Understanding with the Board, county-level partners, and state-level partners; and are engaged in the Criminal Justice e-Filing Project by utilizing an approved vendor.
(b) Superior courts that have yet to be selected by the Board. Once selected, a superior court shall enter into a Memorandum of Understanding with the Board and become engaged in the Criminal Justice e-Filing Project with an approved vendor within 1 year of signing the MOU.
(4) The Criminal Case Data Exchange Board recognizes the following state courts as being in compliance with O.C.G.A. § 15-7-5(a):
(a) State courts which have entered into a Memorandum of Understanding with the Board, county-level partners, and state-level partners; and are engaged in the Criminal Justice e-Filing Project by utilizing an approved vendor.
(b) State courts that have yet to be selected by the Board. Once selected, a superior court shall enter into a Memorandum of Understanding with the Board and become engaged in the Criminal Justice e-Filing Project with an approved vendor within 1 year of signing the MOU.
(5) To ensure the exchange of data amongst agencies and entities with respect to a criminal case from its inception to its conclusion can occur, once a county is selected for participation by the Board, county-level partners shall make reasonable efforts to ensure that the county-level partners' vendors are approved vendors.
(6) A list of approved vendors for the Criminal Justice e-Filing Project shall be included by reference in a separate addendum in order to comply with this rule.