The Minnesota Digital Exhibit System (MNDES) pilot is testing a digital exhibit management system designed to be a single, common statewide solution for all digital exhibits. MNDES is a simpler, more secure way of managing digital exhibits than by email, network drives, or digital storage devices.
The pilot is scheduled to start early November 2021 in Ramsey, Sherburne, Washington, and Pine Counties. If you are an attorney, self-represented litigant (SRL), legal paraprofessional, or government-partner agency in any of these pilot counties, visit the Training and FAQ tabs for additional information.
Submitting exhibits via MNDES is how exhibits are submitted to the court. You must also follow Court Rules concerning exhibits, including sending the exhibits to other parties involved in your case, unless there is a court order that directs you to not contact another party such as an Order for Protection (OFP), Harassment Restraining Order (HRO), or Domestic Abuse No Contact Order (DANCO). If this applies to you, contact the court for assistance.
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