Tips on Interacting with the Court Remotely During the Stay at Home Order

The Court of Appeals, Division One remains open for regular business hours (but with limited staff in the office) during the Governor’s Stay at Home Order. Here are a few tips about how to work with the court without coming to the courthouse:

 

  • The requirement that attorneys to file electronically through TurboCourt (www.turbocourt.com) remains in effect.  

  • Self-represented litigants may file electronically through TurboCourt (fees apply) or may file by sending filings through the US Mail.  

  • Fee Waiver/Deferral Applications generally are filed at the front counter or through the mail, but during this time may be filed electronically using TurboCourt.  Note that the form that can be used for this purpose may be found here. 

  • Questions can be addressed to the court by phone 602.452.6700 or email inform@appeals.az.gov (note that filings cannot be accepted through email).  

  • Electronic copies of non-sensitive documents may be requested through the inform@appeals.az.gov email account.  

  • Due dates may be extended for good cause due to circumstances surrounding the pandemic. A motion must be filed in each case requesting an extension and explaining the cause for consideration. 

Information regarding case status can be found on the court’s website