- Tell the attorneys and other self-represented parties in the case by telephone, fax or, if the other attorneys or self-represented parties have agreed in writing, by email how you are marking your motion or pleading.
- Log in to E-Services from the Branch website at: www.jud.ct.gov.
- Select Civil/Family/Housing Menu from the E-Services menu.
- Select Short Calendar Markings Entry from the Civil/Family/Housing Menu page.
- Select the Location and Court Type for the calendars.
- Select Sort Results to display cases by case name, docket number, location, entry number, calendar sequence number or motion.
- Choose Search.
Note: Motions or objections display separately.
If a case has more than one motion or objection, the name or the case and the docket number will appear once for each motion or objection.
- Each motion/objection must be marked separately. For civil matters, select �R� (Ready), �TP� (Take Papers) or
�O� (Off); for family matters, select �R� (Ready) or �O� (Off).
More information about the
markings options can be found in the Procedures and Technical Standards for E-Services and the
Short Calendar and the Marking Process quick card.
Note: Do not use a �Take Papers� marking to
mark a matter that appears on a calendar if a request for argument has been granted on a non-arguable motion, or if the Court has granted or required
argument on any other matter.
- Check the box next to the certification.
- Enter the name and telephone number of the individual submitting the markings
- Click Enter Markings and print the Short Calendar Markings Confirmation and Receipt.
- Be sure you have given notice of the markings to all other attorneys and self-represented parties of record.
Note: To change a marking you have entered,
you can log in to E-Services at any time during the marking period, go to the Civil/Family/Housing Menu, choose Markings
Entry, and change the marking. Each time you go to Markings Entry, you will see the markings next to all motions or objections
defaults to �No Change.�