Delivery of Court Documents by Email -- Bennington, Caledonia, Essex, Orange, Orleans, and Windsor Units
The Bennington, Caledonia, Essex, Orange, Orleans, and Windsor Units of the Superior Court will begin sending court documents (in addition to hearing notices) by email pursuant to Administrative Order No. 45 and the attached Court Administrator’s Directive. The applicable court divisions and documents types are listed in the attached Directive. The start date is February 1, 2013.
You have already registered your email addresses in eCabinet and do not need to take further action. However, you may update your email addresses at any time by editing your eCabinet profile at https://efiling.eservices.crt.state.vt.us/Default.aspx. If you need assistance/training with editing your profile, you may contact the Judiciary Helpdesk at 1-802-828-4357 or JUD-Helpdesk@state.vt.us.
USE OF COURT EMAIL ADDRESSES
When the Judiciary delivers a hearing notice or other document by email, please do not “reply” or otherwise use the court email addresses to contact the court or to forward any pleadings or other documents to the courts at this time. Protocols are being developed as to the appropriate use of court e-mail addresses, and you will be notified when the protocols and any necessary rule changes are finalized. We want to ensure that processes are in place for a prompt response to any e-mails sent to the courts.
Thank you again for your help as we work to increase efficiencies to better serve you and the public.
SPAM FILTERS AND SAFE SENDER LISTS
Please take any steps necessary to ensure that you receive your notices and documents via email. You may find it help to adjust your spam filters or add court addresses to your “safe sender” lists. Court notices and documents may be sent from any of the following court email addresses:
Deb Laferriere, Program Administrator
Vermont Supreme Court/Court Administrator's Office
109 State Street
Montpelier, VT 05609-0703