Alaska Appellate Courts
Case Management System

User Help: Opening Pleading Statuses

 

The following opening pleading statuses are used in the appellate case management system:

Due The status is "due" as long as the due date has not been passed or the pleading was not received early.
Past The status should be set to "past" if it is not received by the due date.
Lodged The status is "lodged" when the pleading is received but a motion to allow a late filing is still pending.
Filed The status becomes "filed" when the pleading is timely filed or a motion to accept a late pleading is granted.
Rejected The status should be set to "rejected" if the pleading is so deficient that it is rejected or if it is so late that it is not allowed.
919 Lodged The status is 919 lodged when a prisoner filing a civil appeal has not yet met the filing requirements of AS 9.19.010.
919 Rejected The status should be set to rejected when a prisoner filing a civil appeal did not meet the filing requirements of AS 9.19.010 and the file was closed, never having been docketed.