Fourth Court of Appeals



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• Use Microsoft Internet Explorer to access the forms. There are no compatibility issues when using that browser.
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• Disable the Chrome PDF Viewer in Google Chrome. To accomplish this you would type about:plugins in Chrome's address bar. This will bring up a listing of Chrome plugins. Look down the list and disable the Chrome PDF Viewer.

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"

(install both the writer and the converter)

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

Docketing Statement - Civil

Civil PDF

Docketing Statement - Criminal

Criminal PDF

Notification of Late Record

Doc | PDF

Challenge to Constitutionality of a State Statute

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