Tenth Court of Appeals

Forms 

Read New Uniform Docketing Statement Press Release

Filing Docketing Statements
After completing the form, in order to create a PDF suitable for electronic filing you must use the Print to PDF feature as follows:

Adobe Acrobat Users:

 •  When printing, select “Adobe PDF” as your printer destination; you will be prompted to save the file.

If you don't have Adobe Acrobat, free software is available to Print to PDF, examples include:

•  CutePDF for PC, when printing select "CutePDF Writer"

http://www.cutepdf.com/Products/CutePDF/writer.as

(install both the writer and the converter)

•  PDF Writer for MAC, when printing select "PDFWriter"

 http://sourceforge.net/projects/pdfwriterformac/

Docketing Statements

Civil | Criminal

Chrome users: right click and select "save link as" to download and view file or adjust your browser plug-in settings.

UPDATE: The Civil Docketing Statement can now be e-signed using the free Adobe Acrobat Reader DC. Once e-signed, the Civil document is ready to be saved and e-filed without the process of printing to PDF.

Adobe Acrobat Reader DC links
    Windows: https://helpx.adobe.com/acrobat/kb/install-reader-dc-windows.html
    Mac:        https://helpx.adobe.com/acrobat/kb/install-reader-dc-mac-os.html
    Esigning:  https://helpx.adobe.com/reader/using/sign-pdfs.html

Criminal Docketing Statement must still be prepared for filing using the instructions below.

Filing Docketing Statements

After completing the form, in order to create a PDF suitable for electronic filing you must use the Print to PDF feature. To save the file as a pdf, click on File then Print. Under printer, select Adobe PDF and then click Print. A screen will appear "Save PDF File As" and you can then save the file. The docketing statement is now ready to be electronically submitted.

Adobe Acrobat Users:

 •  When printing, select “Adobe PDF” as your printer destination; you will be prompted to save the file.