Honorable Norm R. Hill, Presiding Judge
Judicial Assistant: Kim Holland
Honorable Monte S. Campbell, Circuit Judge
Judicial Assistant: Michael Reed
Honorable Rafael A. Caso, Circuit Judge
Judicial Assistant: Tracey Eastlund
NOTE: No document can be "filed" officially with the court by emailing or faxing it to a judge or member of a judge's staff.
Avoid Ex Parte Contact
Judges cannot receive communication from lawyers and self-represented litigants unless that communication is simultaneously provided to all other litigants or their lawyers.
Emailing Judges Directly
Please do not send emails to Judges directly. Emails to a judge should be sent to their corresponding judicial assistant as noted above. Any email sent must clearly show that copies were simultaneously sent to all other litigants or their lawyers or it cannot be read by a Judge.
Faxes Sent to Judges
You must first contact the Judges’ judicial assistant before sending a fax transmission. Judges and their judicial assistants do not have a stand-alone fax machine in their office so faxes sent without first contacting the judicial assistant may not be delivered to a Judge. There is a 10 page limit to the length of documents that can be sent by fax.