Information about criminal e-filing

Integrated Colorado Courts E-filing System

Criminal e-filing will begin in the 18th Judicial District (Arapahoe, Douglas, Elbert and Lincoln counties) on Monday, August 22nd, 2016.




The Douglas County clerk’s office is offering a training to any interested members of DEBA on the new criminal e-filing requirements that go into effect on August 22, 2016 on July 29, 2016 at noon, over the lunch hour. All DEBA members are welcome and the training is free.  Lunch is not provided.


Commonly Asked Questions

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Q: How do I register for an account?

A: If you are part of the district attorney’s office or the public defender’s office, your account will be created by a local administrator in your office with the help of the ICCES support team. If you register for an account on your own, it will not be connected to your office.

Private attorneys who do not already have an account should go to and click the Create Account link to register for an ICCES account.

Q: When will training be available?

A: If you are part of the district attorney’s office or the public defender’s office, training sessions will be communicated through your office administration.

Private attorneys may register for available training at: Click on the register for training button to find the available training sessions.

Q: Will e-filing be mandatory in criminal cases?

A: Each court location will determine if/when criminal e-filing will be mandatory. The 18th Judicial District will make it mandatory as of August 22, 2016.

Q: Where can I learn more about criminal e-filing?

A: The Colorado Judicial Branch’s website contains more information, including e-filing and e-service fees, e-filing rules, directives and the rollout schedule for the rest of the state. You can view this information at: Alternatively, you may also navigate to the Judicial Branch homepage and click on Information for Attorneys and then the blue ICCES logo.

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