Attorneys must be current on their registration and have a JACS account to use eCourts. How do I ... Change my password in the attorney system? Decide whether to use JEDS or eCourts? Prepare for a remote hearing? eCourts Civil Attorneys can file documents and view civil cases. Self-represented litigants can register to view their civil case jacket after their case has been filed. eCourts Criminal Attorneys can file documents and view criminal case information. Submit Court Documents Online (JEDS) Available for self-represented litigants, except for Appellate and Supreme Court cases. Attorneys should use eCourts to submit filings wherever possible. JACS Attorney Charge System Attorneys can use funds deposited in their JACS account to pay filing fees for cases filed electronically. NJMCDirect Municipal eCourts Our statewide municipal court system allows self-represented litigants and their attorneys to pay fines, plead not guilty, request a new court date, and more. eCDR/Probable Cause The eCDR system allows for the entry of court charges in certain case types. eCourts Expungements Use the expungement system to request the removal of court records related to your arrest, court proceeding, and outcome for your municipal or criminal court case. eCourts Appellate eCourts Appellate is available for attorneys only. eCourts Tax Court eCourts Tax is available for both attorneys and self-represented litigants. County boards of taxation, municipal clerks, and tax assessors can use eCourts Tax as well. Evidence Submission Attorneys and self-represented litigants can submit evidence once their case has been created in eCourts. Statewide Attorney Index Search for attorneys, find office locations, and confirm eligibility status. Update Password Attorneys must update their Judiciary password every 90 days.