LINKS:
Intoxilyzer Reports

FAQ’s
HOW DO I DOWNLOAD FILES?
  • Locate the case you are looking for via the Search bar.
  • Once you have opened your case, click on the ‘Downloads’ link. This will give you a drop down of any downloads available in your case.
  • Click on “Download” document you wish to download. This will begin the download process and you should see a zip file appear on the lower left hand corner of your screen.
  • Once the download is complete, click on the zip file. This will bring up the file on your machine where the download has been created.
  • Double click on the document to open it and save to your machine. Discovery Packets are typically only available for 60 days before they expire so it is important you save your downloads.

HOW DO I SUBMIT AN E-FILING?
  • Locate the case you are looking for via the Search bar.
  • Once you have opened your case, click on the ‘Work with this case’ link. This will give you an EFile option.
  • Click on ‘EFile’ and the window will appear for attaching a file. Click on ‘Attach a File’.
  • Click on the document on your machine you wish to EFile and then click ‘Open’.
  • This will begin the upload process. Once the upload is complete, you may add a Case Note or simply click ‘Submit Request’.
  • Once you click on ‘Submit Request’, you should receive an email notification advising you your document has been filed.
  • Click OK to exit.
IF YOU DO NOT RECEIVE A CONFIRMATION EMAIL, WE DID NOT GET YOUR EFILE!

I RECEIVED A NOTIFICATION MY DOWNLOAD IS READY, BUT I CAN'T VIEW IT?
  • Please allow up to 24-hours files to be available. If your download is still not available, please contact our office at 928-453-4144 or via email at criminal@lhcaz.gov.

WHY IS MY CLIENT'S CASE NOT APPEARING ON JUSTICEWEB?
  • Closed cases and cases that are in Warrant status will NOT appear in JusticeWeb. Please send an email to criminal@lhcaz.gov if you have specific questions regarding these cases.
  • The case may not have been opened by LHCAO yet. Cases are not opened based on receipt of court paperwork – they are opened according to the upcoming dates. Please be patient and remember you can always inquire about a case using the “Request Case Involvement” option above.
HOW DO I VIEW OFFICER'S BODY CAMERA FOOTAGE (AXON Video)?
  • All requests for AXON must be made in writing to criminal@lhcaz.gov. Once available, AXON footage will be disclosed to you via a weblink from Evidence.com.

MY QUESTION ISN'T HERE...?
If you have any additional questions or are having trouble with your account, please contact LHCAO’s system admin here


Welcome to eDiscovery


Welcome to the Lake Havasu City Attorney’s Office (LHCAO) online Discovery portal.

This portal gives you a secure and convenient way to download electronic Discovery Material from the LHCAO for court cases in which you are the Attorney of Record. At this time, Discovery Material downloads can be performed with desktop or laptop computers using the following Internet Browsers:


  • Microsoft Internet Explorer®.
  • Mozilla Firefox®.
  • Google Chrome™.
  • Apple Safari®.

Create an Account


In order to access discovery, you need to create an account. Use the steps below to create an account:

  • Click New Account Request link at top right..
  • Complete the fields in the form.
  • Click the Submit Request button.
  • An email will be sent to you once your account has been approved.
  • Once Your Account has been Approved


    You can Sign In to eDiscovery with your Username and Password. You will see the “Active Cases” page listing only the cases with Discovery Material in which you are the Defense Attorney of Record.

    Your Internet browser’s Forward and Back buttons take you back and forth between pages.

    DISCLAIMER

    Information retrieved electronically from this office is confidential and may not be disclosed to the public. See Rule 15.4(d) of the Arizona Rules of Criminal Procedure, Comment to Rule 15.4(d).
    Information retrieved electronically from this office may not be disseminated by the defendant, defense counsel or a member of the defense team to anyone other than a member of the defense team, either orally, electronically, in writing or otherwise. See Rule 15.4(d). Comment to Rule 15.4(d), Rule 4.4(a) of the Arizona Rules of Professional Conduct.
    Information retrieved electronically from this office may only be used as necessary to defend the particular case listed. See Rule 15.4(d).
    Information retrieved electronically from this office may not be used solely to embarrass or harass any person or for any other improper purpose. See ER 4.4(a).