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Green County Courts to begin e-filing
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MONROE - Green County Clerk of Circuit Court Barbara Miller announced that beginning Oct. 1, Green County Courts will begin mandatory e-filing in civil, family and small claims cases.

In preparation to the mandatory e-filing, Green County courts went paperless and started voluntary e-filing in January. This means that hard files no longer are available for review. Persons needing to review a file or a specific document will need to use the public access terminals at the Justice Center. Copies of documents may be purchased at the terminals also.

Documents of older cases that have not been scanned still will be available to view and purchase.

The e-filing option is encouraged to be accessed by all court users including attorneys and individuals not represented by an attorney. According to the news release, four advantages to e-filing are:

• Access to court system and documents 24 hours a day;

• Time and cost savings - no time away from work and postage savings;

• Low cost to participate - a minimal fee per case; and

• Filers simply access, register online and then begin to file cases. No special software is needed.

For more information and to view an online demonstration, go to, click on eFile/eCourts and then click on circuit court eFiling to get started.

Miller has created a website to help the public and attorneys navigate through the court system. The website is