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Electronic Exhibit Stickers

Attorneys must premark all exhibits before submitting them to the Court for a trial or evidentiary hearing.  Exhibit stickers can be obtained from the Clerk's Office or the electronic versions linked below can be used.

Plaintiff's Exhibit (Small)

Plaintiff's Exhibit (Large)

Defendant's Exhibit (Small)

Defendant's Exhibit (Large)

Submitting Exhibits to the Court

All exhibits should be provided to the Court in the manner directed by the presiding judicial officer.  If you are directed to submit exhibits in an electronically, you should provide them to the Clerk's Office on a single storage device such as a CD, DVD, or USB drive or through another method sharing files with the Court. 

For electronically submitted exhibits, files must follow this naming convention:

(exhibit number)-(exhibit part)_(exhibit description).(file extension)

Example listing of valid exhibit file names: 

"1-a_photograph.jpg", "12_2009 Tax Statement.pdf", "35d.pdf",

"12(a)_camera footage.wmv"

Sample exhibit list with proper name format

Requirements for Electronic Exhibit File Types

All electronic evidence should be provided using the following formats:

  • Documents: .pdf 
  • Photographs: .jpg, .bmp, .tif, .gif
  • Video and Audio Recordings: .avi, .wmv, .mpg, .mp3, .mp4, .wma, .wav