On Thursday the New Jersey judiciary launched an expanded electronic filing system to ease the filing of cases and slow backlogs while the state remains under an extended health emergency.

The Judiciary Electronic Document Submission (JEDS) system—in development before the COVID-19 outbreak that as of Thursday had claimed more than 1,700 New Jerseyans’ lives, and upended businesses and shuttered schools since March 9—will allow attorneys and self-represented litigants to submit their filings electronically in most areas of the Family and Special Civil parts, as well as in General Equity.

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