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January 2013
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A Notice from the Courts: ICCES Rollout for Denver District Court Moved to Jan. 7

The Colorado Judicial Branch has reached an agreement with File & ServeXpress (formerly LexisNexis File & Serve) to provide e-filing services through June 30, as the branch continues to implement the Integrated Colorado Courts E-Filing System (ICCES) throughout Colorado’s judicial districts, according to a press release. Denver District Court is set to rollout ICCES on Jan. 7 with Judicial Districts 11 and 12. ICCES was originally set to launch statewide on Jan. 1.

"By partnering with File & ServeXpress, we can ensure that each judicial district brings ICCES online in the most effective manner possible for everyone involved," said State Court Administrator Gerald Marroney. "With the rollouts of ICCES that began this past October, we learned how important it is for us to provide customized training and implementation for each judicial district. In order to accomplish this, we felt it necessary to continue to provide e-file services with some outside support."

ICCES is fully operational and is currently being used in the 14th Judicial District (Grand, Moffat, and Routt counties), 17th Judicial District (Adams and Broomfield counties), and 20th Judicial District (Boulder County).

Pricing for e-filing with File & ServeXpress will remain the same as it was under LexisNexis and to e-file with ICCES. For additional information on ICCES and the rollout schedule for other judicial districts please visit or contact

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